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defined body system. Each of the units of instruction includes
a brief history, procedures, special considerations, and the
drugs used. Operative procedures, types of incisions, special
equipment, instruments, and supplies for each specialty are also
integrated as part of the course. FA
SRT 103 Preparation of the Surgical Patient
3 Credits
This course is designed to enable the student to become skilled
in assisting with the preparation, transportation, positioning, and
anesthesia of the surgical patient. FA
SRT 104 Clinical Practicum
5 Credits
Upon completion of the program requirements, the student
will participate in a clinical practicum as an integral part of the
course. Clinical experience in surgery, scrubbing, and orientation
to circulating is included. FA
SRT 105 Pharmacology for Surgical Technologists
2 Credits
This course is designed to provide skills and information about
how drugs are measured, what kinds of drugs there are, what
laws pertain to them, and how they’re administered. Surgical
pharmacology and anesthesia are stressed with emphasis on side
effects and drug reactions as well as emergency measures used
to counteract these reactions. FA
SRT 201 Operating Room Techniques II
4 Credits
This course is a continuation of SRT 101; Operating Room T
echniques I where the study of safety in the operating room,
duties or scrubbing or circulating, surgical asepsis, gown and
gloving procedures, draping techniques, are learned. This course
will also include different types of incisions, specialized
equipment, instruments, and supplies for each specialty. SP
SRT 202 Surgical Procedures II
4 Credits
This course is a continuation of SRT 102; Surgical Procedures I.
Included in this course is information for more advanced
operative procedures such as neurosurgery, microsurgery
procedures, cardiovascular and thoracic surgeries. SP
SRT 204 Advanced Clinical Practicum
8 Credits
This course is a cooperative education work experience in a
clinical health facility under direct supervision of faculty
personnel. Students complete specific and predetermined
learning objectives and surgical procedures. SP
WFM 101 Basic Fire School
2.25 Credits
The purpose of this entry-level course is to train new
firefighters in basic firefighting skills in order to have a
successful first assignment on a wildland fire. Students will learn
the basics of fire behavior, fire line safety, the ability to
recognize hazardous situations and the incident command
structure. Students who complete this course will be qualified to
suppress wildfires while under close supervision.
WFM 104 Portable Pumps & Water Use
.50 Credit
This 12-16 hour course is designed to give students practical
knowledge and application skills of portable pump operations.
WFM 105 Wildland Fire Power Saws
.75 Credit
This course will train students in the use of power saws and
techniques in order to prepare for their functional role as a power
saw operator on an incident.
WFM 108 Supervisory Concepts & Techniques
1 Credit
Through classroom instruction, exercises, and discussion, the
student will apply the principles of communication and
supervision required of a single resource boss to perform on
a wildland fire incident. Students will learn the supervisor’s
responsibilities, ethics, and concepts such as workforce diversity,
mutual respect, leadership, and team building.
WFM 109 Dozer Boss - Single Resource
1 Credit
This course is designed to meet the training recommended for
the dozer boss (single resource) on a wildland fire incident.
WFM 110 Interagency Incident Business Management
1 Credit
This course is targeted for entry-level logistics and finance/
administration positions, helicopter managers, and single
resource positions in the Incident Command System. Instruction
will include rules of conduct for incident assignments,
recruitment of casuals, pay provisions, property management,
cooperative agreements, and other incident business
management practices.
WFM 111 Basic Air Operations
1 Credit
This course affords the training a survey of uses of air craft and
fire suppression and provides the student on how to conduct
themselves in and around air craft.
WFM 112 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
2 Credits
This is a skill course that is designed to instruct prospective
fireline supervisors in a wildland fire behavior or effective and
safe fire management operations. Upon completion of this course
students will be able to determine basic import data of terrain,
fuels, and weather require for understanding wildland fire
behavior for various times of the day and night. Students will
be able to describe the causes of extreme fire behavior, assess
fireline data, describe fire conditions, and environmental factors.
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