This class will go over the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system and the electrical pathways associated with it. The course will then dive into the general interpretation of cardiac rhythms, but will not go into 12-lead Interpretation. This will meet the prerequisite requirements for most paramedic programs, and will also be a great entry-level course for anyone in the medical field who is wanting to get an introduction to rhythm interpretation. This course will be a 40-hour class, with reading assignments and homework.

This course meets the requirements American Heart Association Basic Life Support for those who work in Emergency Services, Health Care, and other professional areas.

One way to start a career as an electrician is to enroll in an apprenticeship program, which will provide the classroom and hands-on requirements for licensing as a journeyman electrician upon completion.

Focuses on cognitive and skill practice for the Colorado scope of practice for the IV /IO endorsement as outlined in the Intravenous / Intraosseous Therapy and Medication Administration course curriculum. Students will learn to describe the roles, responsibilities, and legal considerations of the IV/IO endorsement for the EMT while also learning to identify features of cellular and vascular anatomy and physiology. This course is built to teach students how to assemble intravenous therapy and phlebotomy equipment. The course will demonstrate intravenous therapy, venipuncture, IM technique,intraosseous technique, intramuscular (IM) site selection and preparation, blood glucose testing, methods of parenteral medication administration, and phlebotomy technique, how to compute drip rate and dosage calculations, explain the need for patient assessment in the maintenance of IV therapy, demonstrate intraosseous site selection and preparation.
By the end of the course, a student should be able to explain vascular therapy in the management of adult care and vascular therapy in the management of pediatric care along with discussing the accurate documentation for IV administration, IO placement, and vascular access.
This course will also evaluate pharmacology considerations.

ARC and MIG welding classes start frequently during the semester, enabling students to join regardless of skill level! This is a long-term career field with exceptional earning possibilities. Class sizes are limited to 6 students. All classes include 36 hours of training with dedicated welding equipment with use of all supplies, materials and protective gear included in class costs.

ARC welding uses a consumable rod clamped into an electrode holder. A ground is clamped to the metal being welded and an arc is made when the rod comes in contact with the metal. Generally used for ferrous materials, it is popular for repair work and construction.

MIG Welding (GMAW РGas Metal Arc Welding) MIG welding uses a continuous wire fed from a spool. the wire is held against the metal and heated using a gun that expels an inert gas such as helium or argon. This method offers high welding speeds and is often used for aluminum  and in the automobile industry

Phlebotomy UPCOMING DATE SEPTEMBER 26th!

This course teaches the duties associated with the practice of venipuncture, capillary puncture, and special collection procedures. Students will have experience with quality control, infection control, and safety procedures as well as laboratory computer systems. Students successfully completing this course may take an examination with the ASCP Board of Certification (BOC) ASCP is the gold standard in global certification for medical laboratory professionals.
Prerequisites:
High school diploma or GED,
or be scheduled to graduate
within 12 months. Background
check within 1 year; and proof of
personal healthcare insurance
coverage.

The purpose of this course is to provide an expediated opportunity for licensed Cosmetologists to become eligible for licensure in Barbering. Upon completion of this two week course, students will be prepared to take the Colorado DORA Barbering License test. Having a dual licensure greatly increases job opportunities in both fields.

Basic Construction walks students through the facets of construction with hands-on experience by working with Habitat for Humanity in our local community, as well as utilizing their skills on the TCR campus. Students will learn skills in project layout, excavating, concrete work, framing, trim work, and drywall. Students will take the NCEER (The National Center for Construction Education and Research) certification exam.

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Learn the basics of the drafting and engineering program AutoCad in this 6 evenings, 24 hour class!
Learn the basics of the drafting and engineering program SolidWorks in this 8 evenings, 32 hour class!