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Northeast to hold more classes at Norfolk Campus this month | KRVN Radio

Northeast to hold more classes at Norfolk Campus this month

Northeast to hold more classes at Norfolk Campus this month

NORFOLK, NE – The Applied Technology Division at Northeast Community College in Norfolk will offer another two-credit hour course in Small Engine, Motorcycle, All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Maintenance and Repair beginning in August.

The course (DESL 1990/19F & CRN #15857) will be held Mondays, August 19-October 11, from 5:30 – 8:45 p.m., in the Diesel Technology building, Room 103.

In this course, students will develop the skills necessary to inspect, test, repair, and maintain nearly anything with a small engine. Whether a beginner or advanced student, they learn how to save money by making their own repairs. Class includes lab time to work on hands-on projects.

Cost of the course, with James Jones the instructor, is $244.

To register, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7265.

NORFOLK, NE – The Allied Health Division at Northeast Community College in Norfolk will offer another session of a Medication Aide course beginning soon.

The course (HLTH 1120/19F & CRN #15924) will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 20-December 12, from 2-3:30 p.m. Jill Junck is the instructor. The course (HLTH 1120/19F & CRN #16025) will also be held Wednesday, August 21-October 16, from 4:30-10 p.m. Lacey Moeller is the instructor. Both classes will be held in the Arlo Wirth building, Room 103.

This course is designed to prepare the student to assume the role and responsibilities of a Medication Aide working in a nursing facility. It will include information regarding medication administration, pharmacology rules and regulations, classification of drugs, orders, storage, abbreviations, and an overview of commonly used drugs and documentation.

Cost for the course is $366. Cost does not include a book which is available in the Northeast College Store, (402) 844-7140.

To register, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7265.

NORFOLK, NE – The Allied Health Division at Northeast Community College will hold a course beginning this month that is dedicated to the study and application of the knowledge and skills necessary for an individual to become and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

EMT Part 1, (EMTL 1840/19F & CRN #12631) will be held Wednesdays, August 21-December 13, in the Arlo Wirth building, Room 105, on the Norfolk campus. The class, with instructor Jerry Brungardt, will meet from 5-9:45 p.m. The course (EMTL 1840/19F & CRN #15917), with C.J. Prewitt as the instructor, will also be held online.

This course is dedicated to the study and application of the knowledge and skills necessary for an individual to become an Emergency Medical Technician and provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an ambulance service or other specialized service.

The course will include the first half of the applications/skills needed to apply for licensure as an EMT in the State of Nebraska. After successful completion of this course and EMT Part 2 (EMTL-1845), the student will be eligible to apply to test for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) cognitive examination. Once the student has passed both the cognitive and practical skills examinations of the NREMT they may apply to obtain an EMT license in the State of Nebraska.

This class contains the current information found in the National EMS Education Standards as outlined by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Students must have current CPR certification, American Heart Association-Healthcare Provider Level or equivalent.

Cost of the class is $598.

To register, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7000.

NORFOLK, NE – Welding courses offered through Northeast Community College enhance the skill level for the fundamental welder or give a solid background and overview of welding for the non-welder. As a result, the College’s Applied Technology Division will offer a two-credit welding course beginning in late August.

Introduction to Welding (WELD 1990/19F & CRN #15732) will be held Wednesdays, August 21-October 9, from 6-9 p.m. in the Weller building, Room 101, on the Norfolk campus.

In this course, John Knapp, Northeast welding instructor, will present theory and safety of the welding field and assist students with hands-on experience with the major welding and cutting processes. The course designed for those thinking about a welding career or if they deal with welding in their jobs, but don’t actually have to weld. Purchasing agents, plant managers, distributor sales personnel, quality assurance people, administrators and counselors at schools and others will gain an understanding of welding that will make them more proficient at their job that involves welding related activities.

Supplies that will be needed include: a helmet, welding cap, clear safety glasses, pliers, needle nose pliers, carbon steel wire brush, welding coat or leathers, cutting goggles, and welding gloves.

Cost of the course is $244.

To register, call Northeast Community College at (402) 844-7265.

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