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We will continue to offer Allied Health courses including CNA, CMA, and EMT; and courses in Manufacturing Technology that include OSHA 10 training, Precision Measurement, Blueprint Reading and Technical Math. Additionally, individual technical classes will be listed in the evening.
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Numerous Allied Health and general education courses leading to certificates and degrees are being offered.
Face-to-Face class at the Western Center - none scheduled at this time EMT Advanced - 13 credit hours - 8/18/17 to 12/19/17 on Tuesdays and Fridays from to p.m. Basic Life Support CPR Training - date TBD, Inquire by calling 785-336-2326.
Please contact the Western Center or Allied Health Coordinator, (913) 367-6204 or [email protected] any additional information regarding the area Allied Health programs. Beyond that, HCC has chosen to waive fees and book rental for high school juniors and seniors enrolled in the technical programs offered at the Western Center, the Technical Center, the Highland campus, or any regional site.
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