A career pathway is a cluster of occupations or careers grouped together based on commonalities that share similar interests and strengths.
Ethical & Legal Responsibilities
Any individual in a profession that deals directly with other people has various legal and ethical responsibilities that he or she must abide by.
A working knowledge of chemistry is extremely important for anyone with a career in a field that deals with chemicals and chemical changes.
The healthcare work environment does have workplace hazards such as physical, chemical, and biological threats. This module introduces dangers and methods of making the workplace safer for healthcare workers.
Math skills are important in all areas of life, and are especially important in health care as they can often mean the difference between life or death. This course will cover many basic math skills, with an emphasis on math as it relates to health care.
The "language" or terminology used in the medical field evolves faster than a normal language. The healthcare field changes rapidly as new technologies and techniques are developed. This means that medical terminology must constantly change to add words related to these breakthroughs.
This course covers healthy behaviors, disease prevention and complementary health practices.
This course will cover qualities of a health professional, career pathways, professional topics, and employability skills.
Vital Signs & Basic Emergency
Vital signs are an important indicator of overall human health. This unit introduces how to recognize and measure vital signs and how to aid individuals in emergency situations or providing "First Aid." Many first aid procedures require certification. This course does not certify the user to perform first aid procedures; rather, it identifies common practices and concerns in first aid situations.