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Health/Medical

This class is open to all currently certified CPC or CPC-A coders. AAPC is requiring all members to be recertified in ICD-10 between October 2013 and December 2015. This course is an 18 hour class to prepare for the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC) Assessment Exam and is taught by an AAPC Certified I-10 trainer. The class will include ICD-10 guidelines and methodologies needed to use the new code set. Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6 - 9 p.m. and includes the ICD-10-CM coding book, text materials, and a practice exam.
This class is open to all currently certified CPC or CPC-A coders. AAPC is requiring all members to be recertified in ICD-10 between October 2013 and December 2015. This course is an 18 hour class to prepare for the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC) Assessment Exam and is taught by an AAPC Certified I-10 trainer. The class will include ICD-10 guidelines and methodologies needed to use the new code set. Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6 - 9 p.m. and includes the ICD-10-CM coding book, text materials, and a practice exam.

Human Services

The intended objective of the 24 hour hair braiding class is to provide the students with hair braiding requirements and also the Florida Statues- Chapter 477.0132 requirements for cosmetologists.

There is no examination required for licensure. The license is issued upon completion of class and submission of $30.00 application fee payable to the Department of Business and Professional Regulations.

Florida Statues Requirements:
5 hours of HIV/AIDS; 5 hours of sanitation and sterilization; 4 hours of disorders and diseases of the scalp; 2 hours of studies regarding laws affecting hair braiding; 8 hours of hands-on hair braiding practice. August 19 - September 11, 2014.

Information Technology

This course offers an introduction to the technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and cyber security-related careers in information technology. The content includes foundational knowledge and skills in computer and network security, web security, software security, security vulnerabilities, attack mechanisms and techniques, intrusion detection and prevention, risk identification, incidence response, penetration testing, key management, access control, and recovery.

Trades Related

Course content includes: 1. Understanding Refrigeration Circuit Basics; 2. Basic Electrical-Electrical Troubleshooting; 3. Basic Air Conditioning Principles; 4. Basic Air Conditioning Controls; 5. Basic Heat Pumps Operation; 6. Electric Heat; 7. Proving Air Conditioning Performance; 8. Basic Soldering and Brazing; 9. Basic Motor Information Related to Air Conditioning; 10. System Installation, Evacuation Startup and Charging; 11. Basic Troubleshooting of A/C Systems.
This review class for the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) HVACR certification exam will include Overall Core Review and Air Conditioning Service. Topics include: Heat-Matter, Electric Fundamentals, Transformers and Motors, Safety Formulas, Capacitors, and Controls. Students will have the opportunity to take practice exams.
The outline of this course is designed to enable the student to be knowledgeable in all basic areas required to properly diagnose, repair, and document services performed on household major appliances. This includes basic electricity circuitry and wiring diagrams, plus laundry, cooking, dishwasher, compactor, and refrigerator principles. Upon completion of this course, the student will be a very strong candidate to any appliance repair company.
Students taking this course will be able to complete basic automotive repair and service procedures. They will be able to go from the diagnosis to the routine maintenance.

Procedures that will be learned: Automotive brake system-disc and drum; Suspension steering; Engine repair; • Electrical; How to properly use a scan tool.
This course includes information on general boat and motor maintenance, boating terms, basic boat handling and local navigation. The participants will be given information specific to their boat, motor, or trailer so that they can perform preventative maintenance adding years to trouble-free boating. The participants can expect to have basic understanding of how to maintain, operate, and navigate their boats with confidence.
Course content includes (but not limited to):
Introduction to CAD, Understanding the CAD Interface, Entity Creation, Entity Manipulation and Modification,
Saving and Storing CAD Files, Geometric Layouts, Basic Dimensioning,
Multi-view Layouts, Sectional Layouts, Plotting and Printing, Isometric Drawing, 3-D CAD Basics, Boolean Operations, 3-D Operations, Architectural Drafting, Floor Plan Layout, Blocks and Symbols, Roof Plans, Elevations, Electrical Plans.
As time permits:
Introduction to Revit Architecture.
The intended objective of this course is to provide you with a solid background of electrical principles and practices, as well as a thorough understanding of the National Electrical Code requirements. Once having mastered that information, you will be equipped to design and install wiring systems that are efficient and safe. The course will be divided into four sections:
Fundamentals: This section will cover safety, electrical theory, and tools of the trade; Installation: In this section you will compare the different types of wiring systems and the materials that make them unique. Lab exercises will include building an electrical service, providing overcurrent protection, and installing a grounding electrode system; Planning: This section will explore blueprint reading; branch circuit and feeder design; and wiring appliance, special duty outlets;
Specialized Installation: This section will provide training in swimming pool/spa and fountains; telephone, TV, and computer networks; motor and controls; emergency and standby systems.
Training will include the following: Oxygen/Acetylene Gas Weld; SMAW/Stick; MIG Weld/Wire Feed; TIG Welding/GTAW

 

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