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North Central Kansas Technical College's Tools & Tech 2016

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TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY The Agricultural Equipment Technology program provides a quality learning atmosphere and hands-on training designed to prepare students for this rapidly changing industry. Classroom time focuses on the engine, A/C, electrical, power trains, hydraulics, integrated systems, fuel systems, electronics, and hay and harvesting systems components and diagnostics of agricultural equipment. Students apply classroom knowledge through hands-on experience in the equipment laboratory. Upon successful completion of the 18-month program, students earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Career Opportunities: • Service Technician • Field Technician • Sprayer Technician • GPS Technician • Parts Specialist • Shop Foreperson • Service Manager AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION TECHNOLOGY The Automotive Collision Technology program utilizes the I-Car curriculum and equips students with the knowledge and basic skills for all phases of the auto body industry. Using the latest equipment and training materials, students learn estimating, metal and body work, painting, glass replacement, structural/ non-structural repair and molded compound repair. Upon successful completion of the 18- month program, students earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree and may become ASE and I-CAR welding certified. Career Opportunities: • Shop Manager • Auto Body Technician • Independent Shop Owner/Operator • Auto Frame Person • Paintless Dent Repair Technician • Auto Glass Installer • Insurance Adjuster Accreditation: The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY​ The Automotive Technology program provides the fundamental knowledge, skills, and training needed for entry-level employment or career advancement. Students are trained in advanced brake, electrical and fuel systems, electronic automatic transmission drive trains and alternative fuel vehicles. The program’s emphasis in electronics and computerization prepares students for the changing demands of the automotive industry. Internships with employers are available and, upon successful completion of the 18-month program, students earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Career Opportunities: • Independent Shop Owner/Operator • Service Technician • Service Advisor/Writer • Parts Specialist • Small Engine Repair Technician Accreditation: The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation DIESEL TECHNOLOGY The Diesel Technology program provides specialized training in engine overhaul, electrical systems, torque converters, power trains and diesel equipment testing. First year students learn the basics of large equipment diesel engines and gain practical application of classroom training. During the second year of study, students develop skills in electronic engine control and diagnostic evaluations. Internships with employers are available and, upon successful completion of the 18-month program, students earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree. Career Opportunities: • Shop/Line/Field Mechanic • Product Support Technician • Service Technician • Service Dispatch Manager • Locomotive/Marine Technician Business Sponsors 30 | North Central Kansas Technical College

SHORT-TERM PROGRAMS BIODIESEL This course will consist of lecture and lab time and is designed to inform local technicians, farmers and diesel fuel consumers of the benefits of using biodiesel. In addition, the course will address the myths and misconceptions about biodiesel and participants will receive hands-on training in small batch biodiesel production. COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE (CDL) NCK Tech’s Commercial Driver License (CDL) program utilizes state of the art simulation training, classroom instruction and on-theroad driving time to prepare students for the Department of Motor Vehicles Commercial Driver’s License Examination. Coursework prepares students for all three license classes (A, B and C), as well as endorsement for tanks, doubles and triples, hazardous materials and passenger and school buses. A State of Kansas Examiner administers the license examination on the college campus. CERTIFIED MEDICATION AIDE (CMA) CMA courses provide students with basic training in medications and medication administration. The course prepares students for employment as a CMA and to dispense medications, under the supervision of a LPN or RN, in a long-term care facility. The course is developed using curriculum from the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Service. Coursework includes lecture, skills lab and clinical components. Upon successful completion of the course and the required clinical hours, students are eligible to sit for the State CMA Certification Test. INTRODUCTION TO THE OILFIELD This eight week course, designed for entry level employment, provides insight into the oilfield industry. Coursework includes an industrydesigned curriculum, field trips and an introduction to oilfield skills and knowledge. After an initial face-to-face meeting, the majority of the course is delivered online. Field trip participation is strongly encouraged. CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE (CNA) CNA courses provide students with training in basic nursing skills such as bathing, grooming, mobility, infection control, feeding and vital signs. While the course is focused on the care of older adult patients, the skills learned may be applied in a variety of health care settings. The course is developed using curriculum from the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Service. Coursework includes lecture, skills lab and clinical components. Upon successful completion of the course and the required clinical hours, students are eligible to sit for the State CNA Certification Test. IV THERAPY This course will enable the participant to perform safely and competently the intravenous fluid therapy activities as defined in the Kansas Nurse Practice Act. The course is based on the nursing process and current intravenous nursing standards of practice. The student must be prepared to complete all the pre-clinical requirements for the Department of Nursing. Prerequisite: All of the following must remain valid through the last clinical date: proof of current LPN/RN licensure in Kansas, CPR for Health Care Professional or BLS card, proof of negative TB test within the past year, proof of current individual professional liability (malpractice) insurance. Mandatory pretesting required for Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmacology and Asepsis. www.ncktc.edu | 31

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