Continuing Education Programs

Interested in working in the health care field?

Electrocardiogram (EKG-12 Leads) Technician Course

This course will prepare you to work as an EKG technician in hospitals, clinics, doctor's offices and other health care facilities.  After completing this course you will be able to analyze cardiac rhythms and 12 lead EKGs. 

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Basic Clinical Skills for Pre-Health

This continuing education course will provide pre-health students the opportunity to obtain meaningful basic clinical skills such as patient care prior to entering a health-related graduate program.

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Certified Nursing Assistant Test Prep Course (CNA)

This continuing education course is a test preparation course intended for students to “challenge” the CNA exam.  This exam preparation course is not affiliated with any certifying boards. 

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Application Preparation for Pre-med Students (APPS)

APPS is a 3-day intense application preparation program for pre-medical students. This opportunity will help highly motivated students learn how to showcase their abilities, skills and motivation throughout the application process to medical school.

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Assisted Reproductive Technology Certificate Course

This 5-week certificate course in Assisted Reproductive Technology, is intended for current professionals and non-professional students contemplating a career in human  reproductive medicine, veterinary medicine, nursing,  biomedical sciences and other allied life science programs.

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DNA Forensics Certificate Course

This certificate course in DNA Forensics is intended for current professionals and non-professional students contemplating a career in biotech, forensic science, criminal justice and other allied life science programs. 

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Unlocking Organic Chemistry (UNLOC)©

This comprehensive 40-hour course (over 10 sessions) is intended to provide students with the skills they will need to succeed in their studies of Organic Chemistry 1. The course would be most beneficial to students who completed General Chemistry 2 with the letter grade of a C or for students who did not pass Organic Chemistry 1. 

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Hands-Only CPR Classes

Hands-Only CPR training teaches valuable lifesaving skills that can prepare you to properly respond in the event of a cardiac event. This knowledge could save the life of someone close to you.

Hands-Only CPR is a fast and easy way to learn important CPR skills while being accessible to everyone. Hands-Only CPR streamlines the normal steps of CPR to chest compressions only, no rescue breaths (mouth to mouth) are used in Hands-Only CPR. The steps may be fewer, but the results are amazing, Hands-Only CPR saves lives every day. Sign up for a class today!

* Hands-Only CPR Courses do not offer Certifications.

Hands-Only CPR Class Dates & Times

  • June
  • 6/7 – 9am-12pm
  • 6/10 – 6pm-9pm
  • 6/14 - 9am-12pm
  • July
  • 7/19 - 9am-12pm
  • 7/22 - 6pm-9pm
  • 7/26 - 9am-12pm
  • 7/29 - 6pm-9pm


Why Would We Offer Hands Only CPR Classes?

We believe that everyone should have access to learn lifesaving CPR skills. Some people do not have the time or money to take a full CPR Certification course. For those people, this Hands-Only CPR Class can be a great way to prepare for a Cardiac Emergency situation. To make sure these classes are available to everyone in our community we are providing monthly training to anyone who would like to participate. We are committed to working with our community to make it a safer place to live, work, and play.

Why Hands-Only CPR?

Hands-Only CPR is all about accessibility. The Hands-Only Class has been designed so that time and money are not barriers to getting trained to save lives. In fact, it only has 2 steps: 1) Check and Call: Check the person for responsiveness/breathing and Call 9-1-1immediately if they are not responsive or breathing. 2) Perform Hands-Only Chest compressions

Why is Hands-Only CPR so Important?

According to the AHA, about 70% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in the home, which means if you need to perform Hands-Only CPR you very likely could be using it to save the life of a friend or family member. Even if you are trained in full CPR (chest compressions + rescue breaths) you may find yourself in a situation where you are unable to perform full CPR. Hands-only CPR is a technique that can be used to perform CPR on a person who otherwise might not get care.