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Clinical Massage Therapy

ID: CECMT-501

Clinical Massage Therapy can take you into the world of healthcare and beyond. Sports medicine, chiropractic, neonatal, geriatrics and health spas have demand for these skills. Offered day and night, this ten-month classroom and clinical program prepares you to sit for the national certification exam and licensure in South Carolina. Major curriculum: anatomy and physiology; clinical massage theory and practice; allied modalities; statutes and history of massage; business practice, ethics, pathology, and CPR. Admission requirements: WorkKeys Scores = Reading for Information: 4; Locating Information: 4; and Applied Math: 4; a high school diploma/GED, or a college degree; complete student health form and current SLED background check required. You must be able to perform physical tasks. Program qualifies for veteran benefits. Acceptance into this program is contingent on an interview with the Program Director, Marion Davis. Call 803.732.5218 to set up an appointment.

  • Total Hours: 600.00
  • CEUs: 60.00
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Anatomy and Physiology for Sonography Students

ID: CEMPR-527

This 48 hour, all lecture course is a general overview and review of the Anatomy and Physiology of the human body. This course is for Sonography students that have previously taken A&P, but need a review.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Anatomy and Physiology for Sonography Students Online

ID: CEMPR-528

This 48 hour online course is a general overview and review of the Anatomy and Physiology of the human body. This course is for Sonography students that have previously taken A&P, but need a review. Must have computer access. Mandatory in person attendance for orientation, midterm and final exam.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Basic IV Therapy

ID: CEMED-601

This four-hour course teaches health care professionals the knowledge and skills necessary to insert and maintain peripherally inserted catheters. The student will gain hands-on experience and will earn 0.4 CEUs upon successful completion.

  • Total Hours: 4.00
  • CEUs: 0.40
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Cardiac Care Technician

ID: CEMED-500

The ability to read and recognize heart rhythms is the main function of the cardiac care technician. Students will receive hands-on experience in interpreting heart rhythms and arrhythmias. White scrubs and white closed-toe shoes must be worn to all classes/clinicals. Clinical hours will vary. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology with a grade of C or better.

  • Total Hours: 46.00
  • CEUs: 4.60
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Certified Nurse Assistant CNA

ID: CEMED-617

This DHHS approved course prepares students to sit for the Nurse Aide Competency Exam. Students recieve training in basic nursing care through classroom lecture, simulated lab care, and hands on clinical experience in a long term care facility.

  • Total Hours: 112.00
  • CEUs: 11.20
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Certified Nursing Assistant Test Review Online

ID: CEMED-629

This self paced independent, online offering is designed for the student that has completed a formal Certified Nursing Assistant program and wishes to review prior to sitting for the Nurse Aide Competency Exam.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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CPR

ID: CEMED-522

BLS Healthcare Provider CPR/AED for adult, child and infant is taught using the most current guidelines for healthcare providers and emergency response personnel. Qualification is good for two years.

  • Total Hours: 8.00
  • CEUs: 0.80
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CPR Instructor Course

ID: CEMED-523

Instructor course for AHA CPR HealthCare Providers. Must be AHA BLS CPR certified to register. Students will receive instruction on how to teach the class in week one and then demonstrate proficiency in teaching a class during week two.

  • Total Hours: 16.00
  • CEUs: 1.60
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EKG Specialist

ID: CEMED-605

Topics include anatomy and physiology of the heart, mechanics of the EKG machine, stress testing and Holter monitoring. The course consists of 32 hours of classroom training and 24 hours of clinical training. Clinical hours will vary. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology and Cardiac Care with a grade of C or better.

  • Total Hours: 56.00
  • CEUs: 5.60
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EKG Specialist Hybrid

ID: CEMED-646

This Course requires students to complete online course work every week and attend one night of classroom work per week. For the total of 32 hours of didactic training as well as 24 hours of clinical training. Clinical hours will vary. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology and Cardiac Care with a grade of C or better.

  • Total Hours: 56.00
  • CEUs: 5.60
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EMT Basic

ID: CEMED-635

Students who successfully complete this course will be eligible to take the National Registry exam sponsored by SC DHEC. Prerequisite: High school diploma, GED, and WorkKeys assessment tests (reading for information, applied math, locating information - First attempt is free - Retakes are $18.90 per test) all with a minimum score of 3 or above. WorkKeys must be submitted PRIOR to registration (CCE Registration, Continuing Education, PO Box 2408, Columbia, SC 29202). Mandatory uniform policy: black khaki pants, black polo shirt, black shoes, and black belt.

  • Total Hours: 200.00
  • CEUs: 20.00
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EMT Hybrid

ID: CEMED-638

This course requires students to complete online course work every week and attend one night of practical work per week. Students who successfully complete this course will be eligible to take the National Registry exam sponsored by SC DHEC. Prerequisite: High school diploma, GED, and WorkKeys assessment tests (reading for information, applied math, locating information - $52.50 total) all with a minimum score of 3 or above. WorkKeys must be submitted PRIOR to registration (EMT Program Manager, Continuing Education, PO Box 2408, Columbia, SC 29202).

  • Total Hours: 200.00
  • CEUs: 20.00
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EMT Instructor Methodology

ID: CEMED-637

This course will prepare the EMS Instructor Candidate to deliver quality EMS related training. Topics will include instructional methods, theories of adult learning, time management skills, lesson plan development, and principles of student evaluation. In addition to didactic portion of class, students will have the opportunity for discussions and practical applications.

  • Total Hours: 40.00
  • CEUs: 4.00
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EMT Refresher

ID: CEMED-652

The EMT refresher course is a 40 hour in length that satisfies the National Core criteria, local core criteria, and individual core criteria. There is not a clinical component in this course. Students may use books from their initial EMT course or loners will be provided in class based on availability of resources.

  • Total Hours: 40.00
  • CEUs: 4.00
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First Aid

ID: CEMED-521

General principles of first aid covering medical emergencies, injury emergencies and environmental emergencies according to American Heart Association and National Safety Council guidelines.

  • Total Hours: 4.00
  • CEUs: 0.40
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Handling Medical Emergencies - Online

ID: CEETG-687

Medical emergencies occur suddenly and with little warning. Would you know how to confidently react if someone needed your help? This course will identify common medical emergencies affecting children and adults, help you recognize signs and symptoms, and show you how to render appropriate care.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Infiltration Anesthesia for Dental Hygiene Procedures

ID: CEDEN-520

This participatory clinical course is designed to meet the requirements necessary to sit for the SC Board of Dentistry Exam for infiltration anesthesia. (Dental hygienists licensed in any state may take the course, only those with SC license may take the board exam). Fee includes all materials and equipment, but does NOT include fee for board of dentistry exam. Students must have computer access for online component. On the first day of class, MUST present copies of current CPR and a Hepatitis B TITER. Students without documentation will not be allowed in the course. All students will administer and receive local anesthetic injections. Pregnant students may not participate in this course. Students must submit all online assignments and pass an online pretest with 77% or > prior to first day of class. Students must pass an in class final with 80% or > to pass the course.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Injections for Medical Assistants

ID: CEMED-603

This course provides medical assistants with training for performing successful injections. Students must have completed or be enrolled in a medical assisting curriculum.

  • Total Hours: 2.00
  • CEUs: 0.20
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Marriage and Relationships- Keys to Success

ID: CEEDG-755

Meeting the right person is important, but knowing how to stay in love matters even more. In this course, you'll learn how to build a solid foundation for your relationship that will last far beyond I do. We'll start by reviewing the basic stages every relationship goes through, and you'll learn the importance of balancing your needs as an individual with your needs as a couple. You'll gain key strategies for maintaining your relationship and great tips for tune-ups that help keep love alive, including a frank discussion of the role of sex in marriage.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Medical Terminology

ID: CEMPR-524

Students will learn medical terminology by analyzing the prefix, suffix, word roots, and combinations used in medical terms. This course is a prerequisite for other courses and medical certificate programs. This course may be used for exemption of AHS 102.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Medical Terminology - Online

ID: CEMPR-525

Students will learn medical terminology by analyzing the prefix, suffix, word roots, and combinations used in medical terms. This course is a prerequisite for other courses and medical certificate programs. This course may be used for exemption of AHS 102. Mandatory attendance for orientation, mid-term, and final exam. Must have PC availability.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Phlebotomy

ID: CEMED-550

Students will learn to follow universal precautions, tie tourniquets, identify veins, and demonstrate knowledge and use of equipment necessary for drawing blood. Students will be able to identify appropriate tubes and labels for tests, prep the site, perform venipunctures and finger sticks, and administer bedside glucose. No clinicals included.

  • Total Hours: 51.00
  • CEUs: 5.10
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Teaching Students With ADHD - Online

ID: CEEDG-579

Learn practical strategies for helping children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) succeed in school.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Teaching Students With Autism: Strategies for Success - Online

ID: CEEDG-580

Help your students with high-functioning autism and Asperger's Syndrome unlock their potential in the classroom.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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Working Successfully With Learning Disabled Students - Online

ID: CEEDG-585

Learn how to successfully meet the diverse needs of students with learning disabilities in your classroom.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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CPT and HCPCS Coding

ID: CEMIM-563

CPT is a coding method used to bill for procedures and services performed by physicians. HCPCS is a coding system that represents procedures (other than those described in CPT) that might be provided in a medical setting. This course uses case studies to provide a basic understanding of the principles and guidelines used in CPT and HCPCS coding. Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED. Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology with minimum grade of C.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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CPT and HCPCS Coding - Online

ID: CEMIM-564

CPT is a coding method used to bill for procedures and services performed by physicians. HCPCS is a coding system that represents procedures (other than those described in CPT) that might be provided in a medical setting. This course uses case studies to provide a basic understanding of the principles and guidelines used in CPT and HCPCS coding. Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED. Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology with minimum grade of C. Must have computer access. Mandatory attendance for orientation, mid-term and final exam.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Electronic Health Records

ID: CEMIM-513

Learn the concepts of recording a patient's record in digital format that can be shared across different health care settings. The EHR is a complete record of a clinical patient encounter as well as supporting other care-related activities.

  • Total Hours: 24.00
  • CEUs: 2.40
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ICD-10 CM, CPT and HCPCS Coding

ID: CEMIM-503

This course combines ICD-10 CM, CPT and HCPCS coding which are essential coding methods used by those working in Medical Records, Patient Billing, Insurance and Admissions. Using case studies, instruction is provided in ECD-10 CM, which is the principles and guideline for assigning codes to diagnostic conditions which correlates with disease and diagnosis. CPT is a method that is used to bill for procedures and services performed by physicians. HCPCS which represents other procedures that might be provided in a medical setting.

  • Total Hours: 54.00
  • CEUs: 5.40
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ICD-10 CM, CPT HCPCS Coding - Online

ID: CEMIM-504

This course combines ICD-10 CM, CPT and HCPCS coding which are essential coding methods used by those working in Medical Records, Patient Billing, Insurance and Admissions. Using case studies, instruction is provided in ICD-10 CM, which is the principles and guideline for assigning codes to diagnostic conditions which correlates with disease and diagnosis. CPT is a method that is used to bill for procedures and services performed by physicians. HCPCS which represents other procedures that might be provided in a medical setting.

  • Total Hours: 54.00
  • CEUs: 5.40
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ICD-10 Coding

ID: CEMIM-514

The international classification of diseases (ICD) is a standardized coding system that correlates diseases and diagnosis. Understanding ICD codes is essential for anyone working in medical records, patient billing and insurance forms, and admitting. This course teaches the principles and guidelines for assigning the appropriate codes to diagnostic conditions. Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED, Anatomy & Physiology, and Medical Terminology with a minimum grade of C. Mandatory attendance for orientation, mid-term and final exam.

  • Total Hours: 36.00
  • CEUs: 3.60
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ICD-10 Coding - Online

ID: CEMIM-515

The international classification of diseases (ICD) is a standardized coding system that correlates diseases and diagnosis. Understanding ICD codes is essential for anyone working in medical records, patient billing and insurance forms, and admitting. This course teaches the principles and guidelines for assigning the appropriate codes to diagnostic conditions. Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED, Anatomy & Physiology, and Medical Terminology with a minimum grade of C. Mandatory attendance for orientation, mid-term and final exam. Must have computer access.

  • Total Hours: 36.00
  • CEUs: 3.60
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Medical Billing

ID: CEMIM-510

This class teaches the student how to be proficient in billing in a healthcare setting and how to enhance reimbursement. Clinical and legal issues are included. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology, Anatomy & Physiology, ICD-10 Coding, and CPT/HCPCS Coding with a grade of C or better.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Medical Billing - Online

ID: CEMIM-511

This class teaches the student how to be proficient in billing in a healthcare setting and how to enhance reimbursement. Clinical and legal issues are included. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology, Anatomy & Physiology, CPT/HCPCS Coding, and ICD-10 Coding with a grade of C or better. Mandatory attendance for orientation, mid-term and final exam. Must have computer access.

  • Total Hours: 30.00
  • CEUs: 3.00
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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

In this continuing education program, students receive 112 hours of training in basic nursing care through a combination of classroom lecture, simulated laboratory care, and hands-on clinical experience in a local long term care facility. This DHHS-approved course prepares students to sit for the Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Services Exam.

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