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ECC-Warrenton: Fall 2014
ECC-Warrenton : Fall 2014

Enrollment number were last updated at 00:04 on Nov. 27, 2014.
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NOTE: Fees, Times, Days and Instructors are subject to change without notice.
COURSE TITLE CR ENRL ROOM LOCATION TIME DAY INSTR FEES

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CE0200  CNAA1
Hybrid Cert Nursing Asst 0.00 4/20 WARR_WARR 08:00AM-04:30PM T Warmack,T $1525.00
WARR_WARR 09:00AM-03:30PM F
09/19/14-12/16/14
This program is designed to prepare individuals to care for
clients in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and home health
agencies. The course will consist of approximately 50 hours of
classroom training, approximately 25 hours of on-line
coursework, and 100 hours of supervised clinical training. Upon
completion of both components, the student will be eligible to
take the final exam to become a Certified Nurse Assistant
through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Students must be 18 years of age at the start of the program.
Student must complete program information packet before
registering. Entry into the program must be approved by Program
Coordinator.
Instructor: Terri Warmack
 
CE0200  TTA1
B&I=Intro to MIG Welding 0.00 5/20 WARR_WARR 08:00AM-04:30PM S Bellis,R $790.00
09/27/14-11/15/14
Welding Description:
This course provides an introduction to Gas Metal Arc welding
process, also known as MIG welding. Through hands-on
applications, students will reinforce lessons and learn to apply
practical knowledge. This is not a code welding course, however,
students will learn to identify and correct welding problems. As
part of the program curriculum, students will also complete
WorkKeys testing and an OSHA10 certification focusing on welding
safety.

Course Objectives:
. Identify and apply safe welding practices.
. Learn basic welding terminology.
. Demonstrate MIG welding techniques.
. Operate MIG welding equipment to produce sound welds.
. Identify welding defects.
. Demonstrate MIG power sources.
. Discuss types of joints and types of metal transfer.
. Discuss MIG filler materials and shielding gases.
. Demonstrate minor equipment maintenance.

This course meets at Warrenton High School in the Welding
Lab/Classroom and Computer Lab.
 
 
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