CERTIFIED NURSE’S ASSISTANT
The CNA program consists of classroom, laboratory, and clinical experiences. The student will be trained in providing basic care to patients who are in extended care facilities, hospitals, and home health agencies. Students completing the Classroom and Clinical portion of the program will be eligible to take the Indiana State Department of Health Exam to become a Certified Nursing Assistant.
PATIENT ACCESS & REGISTRATION PROFESSIONAL
This compressive program will prepare students to handle patient encounters, patient customer service and other areas related to intake and the coordination of a patient’s healthcare experience. This program covers important background information on the healthcare profession including interpersonal skills, patient confidentiality, medical ethics and law, medical terminology, basics of insurance billing and coding, telephone techniques, scheduling appointments, and medical record management.
CERTIFIED CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT
This program is designed to prepare students to function as professionals in multiple healthcare settings. Medical assistants with a clinical background perform various clinical tasks including assisting with administration of medications and minor procedures, performing an EKG electrocardiogram, obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, patient education and other related tasks. Job opportunities are prevalent with physician’s offices, clinics, chiropractic offices, hospitals and outpatient facilities.
Pharmacy technicians work under the direction of a pharmacist. They measure, count out, label, and record amounts and dosages of medications according to the prescription orders. Technicians may also maintain patient records and use the computer to retrieve, manage, and store data.
CUSTOMER SERVICE / SUPPORT RETAIL
Customer service representatives interact with customers, they provide information about products and services, and may respond to customer complaints. Many take orders and process returns. Representatives work in contact centers, insurance companies, banks, stores, or other places that have contact with customers. (10 weeks)
WELDING & AWS CERTIFICATION
An advanced continuation of the basic welding process with an emphasis on the following welding techniques and terminology: ARC and MIG pre-heating for welding, Gas and TIG “mild steel fusion welding, Braze Welding-cold iron and mild steel “aluminum, and Skill Development for multi-pass plate, flat horizontal, tie plate, flat to horizontal to vertical, overhead, lap-weld, certification plate prep and weld.
CNC MACHINING (NIMS)
The CNC Program consists of both classroom and “hands on” CNC Training. The successful student can acquire a NIMS certification. The course is designed to provide the student with a basic understanding of nomenclature terminology, set-up, and operations as related to CNC Machining Centers. Additional related topics also covered will include tooling, cutter terminology, speeds, feeds, coolants, preset lengths, work holding methods and miscellaneous procedures. An emphasis will be placed on planning and safety.
PTDI (Professional Truck Driving Institute) standards using curriculum supplied by J.J. Keller. Topics covered will include Control Systems, Vehicle Systems, Vehicle Inspection, Shifting, Backing, Coupling and Uncoupling, Visual Search, Communication, Speed Management, Space management, Night Driving, Extreme Driving Conditions, Hazard Perception, Railroad Crossings, Emergency Maneuver's, Skid Control & Recovery, Special Rigs, Preventive Maintenance, Handling Cargo, Cargo Documentation Hours of Service, International Driving, Trip Planning, Accident Procedures , Personal health and Safety and Basic Business Practices for Truck Drivers.
BOOKKEEPER - QUICKBOOKS
Students will become Quickbooks Certified. After this Certification, students will be able to Maintain Quickbooks Online data by checking figures, postings, and documents for accuracy; compile statistical, financial, accounting or auditing reports; compile federal, state, and company policies procedures and recommendations; invoice costumers via email or mail; reconcile and note records; and receive, record, and bank cash, checks, and vouchers.
HEATING AND COOLING TECHNICIAN (HVAC)
An HVAC technician installs, maintains and repairs heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Once certified, students will have the skills to adjust system controls; assemble, position and mount cooling equipment; install auxiliary components; repair or replace defective equipment.
The ESC (Electronics System Associate) Course will prepare students with a solid background in electronic components. The course is designed to ready the student for an entry-level position to build or service equipment such as microwaves, refrigerators, washers and dryers, stereos, televisions, radio, security systems, satellite systems, and other such devices. The program covers DC, AC, Semi and Digital in Four District classes.
- Discuss the program with your Adult Education Instructor
- Complete the enrollment forms
- Contact the WorkOne® office nearest you today. Contact numbers are listed below.
- Complete drug screening
- Commit, commit, commit!
524 Fairview Blvd
Steuben County – Angola
317 S. Wayne St, Suite 1D
936 W. 15th St, Suite 100
LaGrange County- LaGrange
848 N. Detroit St.
Whitley County-Columbia City
480 W. Plaza Drive
Allen County-Fort Wayne
201 E. Rudisill Blvd.
1314 Flaxmill Rd.