Course Schedules


( CED 135 ) Medication Aide Update

The purpose of this course is to update CMAs on new medications, review of scope or practice, role and response of CMAs, review select group of commonly used medications, side effects and implications for care . A review of nursing home regulations and new regulations for assisted living will also be covered. Prerequisite: CMA, CNA.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: A

Seats Available: 20 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T121 12/10/2019 - 12/11/2019 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM T W Sondra VanSickle
 

( CED 139 ) Phlebotomy

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of drawing blood and will demonstrate entry-level competency in a controlled environment. Students must be at least 18.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: A

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M108C 09/24/2019 - 09/25/2019 03:00 PM - 08:00 PM T W Kristi Mendoza

  Section: B

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M108C 12/05/2019 - 12/06/2019 03:00 PM - 08:00 PM R F Kristi Mendoza
 

( CED 140 ) CPR Healthcare Provider

Students will be provided with knowledge and skills to administer basic life support according to American Heart Association standards.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: OZA

Seats Available: 11 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/19/2019 - 09/11/2019 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 09/14/2019 - 09/14/2019 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM S Barb Evans

  Section: OZB

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
09/16/2019 - 10/02/2019 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 10/05/2019 - 10/05/2019 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM S Barb Evans

  Section: OZC

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
10/07/2019 - 11/02/2019 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 11/02/2019 - 11/02/2019 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM S Barb Evans
 

( CED 231 ) First Aid/CPR

This course is for individuals with limited or no medical training. This course teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until EMS arrives. The class covers first aid basics, medical and injury emergencies, Adult and Child CPR and AED use, and infant CPR.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: OZB

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
09/16/2019 - 10/02/2019 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 10/05/2019 - 10/05/2019 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM S Barb Evans

  Section: OZC

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
10/07/2019 - 10/30/2019 NA Barb Evans
  FHTC M112C 11/02/2019 - 11/02/2019 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM S Barb Evans
 

( CED 989 ) CNA Refresher Course

This course is a refresher course for those who have been previously certified as a CNA in the state of Kansas, but who have had their certification lapse. It will consist of a review of communication techniques, resident rights, safety and infection control and the basic nursing skills required for the 40 hours checklist.

0.00 Credit Hour


  Section: A

Seats Available: 5 of 5  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  TECH T121 12/12/2019 - 12/13/2019 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM W R Sondra VanSickle
 

( CH 125 ) Chemistry I

Systematic treatment of fundamental chemical and physical principles and their applications to the properties and transformations of materials, including the concept of energy and its uses, gas laws, kinetic molecular theory, laws of chemical combination, atomic and molecular structure, periodic classification of the elements, and chemical bonding. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment CHM 1010

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M125A 08/20/2019 - 12/19/2019 08:30 AM - 10:00 AM T R Brad Karr

  Section: HEA

Seats Available: 1 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  EHS EHS 08/16/2019 - 05/19/2020 NA Martha MacKay
 

( CH 126 ) Chemistry I Lab

Introduction to basic quantitative chemical laboratory techniques. Principles of chemical reactions and physical measurements are illustrated. ~KCOG System wide Transfer Alignment CHM 1010

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M125A 08/20/2019 - 12/19/2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM T R Brad Karr

  Section: HEA

Seats Available: 1 of 16  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  EHS EHS 08/16/2019 - 12/18/2019 NA Martha MacKay
 

( CPD 119 ) Fundamental Visual Basic

Within the CPD 119 course, students will establish a foundation for programming with Visual Basic by deriving the physical design, establishing development environments, and creating user services for Visual Basic applications. Students will use real-world examples to solve programming problems using foundational structures, controls, and code. The course will build upon the structures and design principals developed in CPD 122. Prerequisite: CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D. This course is a prerequisite for the course CPD 228 Advanced Visual Basic

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: O

Seats Available: 19 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/19/2019 - 10/11/2019 NA Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 121 ) Game Design & Development Research

Within the CPD 121 course, students will establish a foundation for understanding what is involved in writing programs for the gaming industry and its history. This course will focus on brainstorming ideas, interactive story-telling, level design, licensing, development team dynamics, game ethics, game economics, game esthetics, contracts and legal issues, power violence addiction, psychology of playing, intellectual property laws, artificial intelligence and the history of games. In this course students will also discover how games are marketed, going from when the idea is born from the designer to testers and producers, to programmers, artists, marketers, distributor agents, and executives, to the day a consumer can purchase it in the stores. Students will also evaluate different types of game development software.

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 10/15/2019 - 12/19/2019 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 124 ) Leading Edge Web Design Fundamentals

Students will assess, develop and utilize computer programming to construct World Wide Web pages using the HTML5 and XHTML language which are stricter versions of HTML. These forms of HTML are created and designed to address many of the problems associated with the different and competing versions of HTML and to integrate much better with XHTML and XML. Students will advance their skills in developing Internet communications using a Windows-based text editor. Topics that will be analyzed and developed include Web Browsers, Uniform Resource Locators, HTTP protocol, FTP, CSS3 and mobile development. Students will also advance their skills in the use of apps for mobile devices. This is a prerequisite course for CPD 125 Leading Edge Web Design Advanced

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 08/19/2019 - 10/11/2019 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill

  Section: O

Seats Available: 23 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/19/2019 - 10/11/2019 NA Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 125 ) Leading Edge Web Design Advanced

Students will assess, develop and utilize computer programming to construct web sites using a variety of contemporary technologies and languages. Students will continue to advance their skills in the developing websites for a variety of devices, especially mobile, by emphasizing responsive design. A more in-depth web design approach will be utilized using both client-side and server-side technologies. Students will be able to create a website and use a database to back it up. PREREQUISITE: CPD 124 Leading Edge Web Design Fundamentals

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 9 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 10/16/2019 - 12/20/2019 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 126 ) Program Logic & Design

Students will utilize introductory structured programming logic to begin building structures, functions, methods, and classes. This course will stress flowcharting and pseudocoding as the means of problem solving basic programming problems and as a means of designing basic structured programs. This course is the foundation for all the language courses and students build a beginning knowledge of programming structures, processes, and tools.

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 08/19/2019 - 10/11/2019 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill

  Section: O

Seats Available: 23 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
08/19/2019 - 10/11/2019 NA Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 222 ) Java Programming

Students will develop and apply object-oriented, platform-independent design and programming to create Java applications. Students will code class objects, if…else statements, switches, for and while statements, and learn how to process data using arrays, loops, collections, variables, data types and simple I/O and Inheritance. Students will use Java to create a basic Android mobile application. PREREQUISITE: CPD 122 Program Logic & Design with Alice 3D; CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design, & Application; CPD 226 SQL Database Concepts, Design, & Application

3.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 08/19/2019 - 10/11/2019 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 228 ) Advanced Visual Basic

Students will establish a foundation for programming with Visual Basic 2013 by deriving the physical design, establishing development environments, and creating user services for Visual Basic applications. Students use real-world examples to solve programming problems using foundational classes, methods, inheritance, structures, controls, & code. Visual Basic 2013 will be the current software used. The course will build upon the structures and design principles developed in CPD 122. In CPD 228, students will build on the foundation established by the prerequisite course Fundamental Visual Basic, CPD 119 and create and manage components, create data services, test solutions, deploy applications, and provide maintenance and support of Visual Basic applications. The focus will be on error-trapping, arrays, random and sequential file manipulation, sub and function procedures, classes and inheritance and database access using SQL and Microsoft Access. Prerequisite: CPD 119 Fundamental Visual Basic and CPD 122 Program Logic & Design w/Alice 3D

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: O

Seats Available: 19 of 20  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
10/15/2019 - 12/20/2019 NA Russell Thrailkill
 

( CPD 229 ) C# Programming

C# Programming is designed as an introduction programming course. Students will develop and apply programming concepts and how to plan and create well-structured programs. They will be able to write programs using the sequence, selection, and repetition structures, as well as how to create and manipulate sequential access files, classes, strings, conditional execution, data types, functions, arrays, generic collections, and Linq. C# teaches programming concepts using a framework class oriented approach, rather than a task or command-driven approach. The .NET Framework uses a wealth of libraries for developing applications for the Windows family of operating systems. With C#, students can build small, reusable components that fit with todays Web-based / Database driven programming applications. Students will manipulate programming components using Visual Studio’s refined and superior Integrated Development Environment. Students will use realistic cases in creating the programs that will require them to demonstrate program design, problem solving, debugging, and use of effective programming techniques that they will likely encounter in the programming job market. PREREQUISITE: CPD 122 Program Logic & Design with Alice 3D; CPD 210 Access Database Concepts, Design, & Application; CPD 226 SQL Database Concepts, Design, & Application

4.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 17 of 24  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  DWN DC305 10/15/2019 - 12/20/2019 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM M T W R F Russell Thrailkill
 

( DIS 101 ) Emergency Medical Dispatcher

Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in the following areas: EMD roles and responsibilities, legal and liability issues, emergency medical concepts, obtaining information from callers, resource allocation, EMD protocol reference system, and “chief complaints.”

5.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M112A 09/09/2019 - 12/12/2019 NA M T W R Barb Evans
 

( DIS 103 ) First Responder

Students will utilize knowledge of anatomy and physiology. They will also recognize the response needed in acute medical emergencies and trauma related injuries. The students will demonstrate skills in performing CPR, bandaging and splinting, childbirth and other emergency care procedures. ~Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services Approved

6.00 Credit Hours


  Section: A

Seats Available: 5 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC M112A 08/20/2019 - 12/19/2019 06:00 PM - 10:00 PM T R Jennifer Kimberlin
 

( DIS 110 ) Fire Services Clinicals

Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in the following areas: EMD roles and responsibilities, legal and liability issues, emergency medical concepts, obtaining information from callers, resource allocation, EMD protocol reference system, and “chief complaints.” PREREQUISITE: DIS 101 Emergency Medical Dispatcher

2.00 Credit Hours


  Section: CLI

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC 10/14/2019 - 12/20/2019 NA Barb Evans
 

( DIS 111 ) City Law Enforcement Clinicals

Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in the following areas: EMD roles and responsibilities, legal and liability issues, emergency medical concepts, obtaining information from callers, resource allocation, EMD protocol reference system, and “chief complaints.” PREREQUISITE: DIS 101 Emergency Medical Dispatcher

1.00 Credit Hour


  Section: CLI

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC 10/14/2019 - 12/20/2019 NA Barb Evans
 

( DIS 112 ) County Law Enforcement Clinicals

Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in the following areas: EMD roles and responsibilities, legal and liability issues, emergency medical concepts, obtaining information from callers, resource allocation, EMD protocol reference system, and “chief complaints.” PREREQUISITE: DIS 101 Emergency Medical Dispatcher

1.00 Credit Hour


  Section: CLI

Seats Available: 12 of 12  

Online Location Dates Time Meeting Days Instructor
  FHTC 10/14/2019 - 12/20/2019 NA Barb Evans
 

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