ed2go online Veterinary Medical Terminology


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COMPLETE YOUR COURSES ANYTIME ANYWHEREOnline courses are a great way to add a certificate to your resume.New course sessions begin monthly.THESE CLASSES ARE ALSO SUPPORTED BY OUR SCHOLARSHIP FUND To learn more about the classes and how to enroll, register for our webinar below: Here’s the link for the recorded On-Demand Ed2Go Webinar: Webinar Recording: Register… Read more »

Welding: Basics & Beyond


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Have you ever wanted to learn how to weld? You are not alone! Welding is used in thousands of ways from creating art to building spaceships. Whether you are an artist, a weekend warrior, or curious about welding as a career, learn about various welding methods and techniques, such as GMAW (MIG), GTAW (TIG), And… Read more »

Nursing Assistant II

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This course provides Basic Nursing Assistant II skills taught in accordance with the North Carolina Board of Nursing. Classroom, laboratory and clinical learning experiences are included. Tasks include oxygen therapy, suctioning, sterile dressing changes, IV fluid assistive activities, ostomy care, gastrostomy feeding/nasogastric feedings, and catheterizations. Upon successful completion of the course and skill/competency evaluation, the… Read more »

HVAC Service Technician Level 1 & 2

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Complete your HVAC service training with this two-level course. Learn the dynamics of refrigeration and work with heat pumps, oil, gas, and electric furnaces. Receive CFC certification upon satisfactory completion of this course, which includes Level I and Level II. This training will get you ready for entry level employment with local HVAC contractors. Note:… Read more »

Welding: TIG


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This is a one semester 48 hour course designed to train the student in the basic principles of TIG welding. Students will operate AC-DC transformer type welding machines. Studies will include heat ranges, polarities, and the use of wire electrodes and shielding gases. Welding will be performed on mild steel and aluminum l in flat,… Read more »

Unarmed Security Officer Training


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Would you like to work as an Unarmed Security Officer? In order to become a Security Officer in North Carolina, each applicant must meet minimum standards as set forth under North Carolina General Statute 74-C the Private Protective Services Act Title 12 of North Carolina Administrative Code. Unarmed security guards are required to be licensed/registered…. Read more »

Basic Construction Skills


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This 148-hour introductory program will instruct the student in the principles of residential and light commercial construction from the planning and beginning stages all the way to a completed structure. The course will cover HRD, NC State Building Codes, OSHA Construction Safety, and blue print reading. Classroom and hands-on training will include electrical and plumbing… Read more »

Electrical Lineworker


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The Electrical Lineworker Program is designed to train you to become entry-level electrical line worker for private and public utility companies and related employers. You will learn academic and field skills necessary for entry-level workers. Safety is stressed in every aspect of the job. This program is approved for national certification by the National Center… Read more »

Veterinary Assistant Training: Advanced

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We will expand upon some of the small animal topics discussed in the Beginning Veterinary Assistant Course. Additional topics will include small animal chronic and frustrating diseases, prescription diets, evaluating laboratory tests, behavior, pharmacology and dentistry. Restraint, handling, basic husbandry and diseases of pocket pets, reptiles and birds will be discussed along with large animal… Read more »

Veterinary Assistant Training: Beginning

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Learn the basics of working in a veterinary hospital. Course topics include canine and feline anatomy and physiology, reproduction, nutrition, restraint and handling, infectious and metabolic diseases, prevention health, first aid, diagnostics, and surgical room procedures, as well as equine medicine. Note: This course offers non-paid, supervised internship programs with the Humane Society of the… Read more »