This course Acquaints the student with electrical and mechanical equipment and systems in buildings. Lectures cover the basic principles of electrical distribution, artificial lighting, fire protection, plumbing systems and heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
International Building Codes contains material to study the restrictions, standards, and requirements that in the interest of public safety and welfare have been established by law to govern the construction of buildings and their materials. Specifications are developed to describe building materials to be furnished and how they are to be installed.
EMS123 Ambulance Operations PowerPoint Presentation
EMS123 Hazardous Materials Emergencies PowerPoint Presentation
EMS123 Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction PowerPoint Presentation
EMS233 PowerPoint Slides for Toxicology Lecture
Content Description: Expands on the paramedic student’s knowledge of trauma emergencies with the integration of assessment findings in formulating a field impression and implementing a treatment plan for an acutely injured patient. The course will provide an in depth evaluation of trauma to include: categorization of trauma patients, incidence of trauma, trauma systems, types of injury, trauma assessment, documentation in trauma, trauma scoring scales, trauma center designations, and transfer of patients. Content Attribution: This content was originally contributed to Skills Commons by Pueblo Community College in conjunction with the Colorado Community College System. This content was funded by a Consortium for Health Care Education Online (CHEO) grant administered under U.S. Department of Labor and Education Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Initiative. Original content can be found here: https://www.skillscommons.org/handle/taaccct/2362
Provides a directed clinical experience which focuses on the practice of skills related to the application of legal principles, record analysis and abstraction and record retention and retrieval.
Prepares students to write basic computer numerical control (CNC) lathe part programs. G and M codes, math related to CNC, setups, speeds and feeds, straight turning, spherical turning, threading, chamfering, tapering, drilling, tapping, boring, and grooving will be covered. Cutter compensations, sub-programming techniques, repetitive cycles, and both absolute and incremental will be incorporated into programs. Students will also proof and edit the programs to make them valid.
Hybrid/blended course that provides students with the conceptual knowledge and tools to make better use of their time in the management function.