Belmond-Klemme High School
|HSC-120 Medical Terminology I||Dennett Showalter||3|
|HSC-174 Nurse Aid Clinical||Staff||1|
|HSC-171 Nurse Aid Theory||Staff||2|
|HSC-121 Medical Terminology II||Dennett Showalter||3|
|EMS-201 Emergency Medical Technician||NIACC Instructor||7|
|AGB-133 Intro to Ag Business||Barkela||3|
|BCA-215 Computer Business Applications||Diena Mannenga||3|
AGB-133 Introduction to Ag Business
This course is designed for students seeking an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Agriculture. Basic economic concepts, principles, and practice reflected in agriculture will be outlined. Students will also reflect on the major components of an agricultural business organization, and the economic fundamentals involved in organizing, operating, and managing an agricultural business.
BCA-215 Computer Business Applications
Emphasis on business applications of computer software. Students complete business problems using word processing, electronic spreadsheet, and database management software. Students are also exposed to Windows operating systems, presentation software, and the internet.
EMS-201 Emergency Medical Technician
Prerequisites: Be at least 17 years of age at the time of enrollment, be able to speak, write, and read English proficiently; be physically and emotionally capable of performing all functions and skills of an AEMT, possess maturity of judgement and sound moral character; provide documentation of current certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers and State of Iowa EMT certification. A physical examination, immunization record, and background check are required prior to beginning the hospital or field clinical portion of the course. This course provides the student with the necessary knowledge and skills to perform advanced-level emergency care and transport. Course modules include preparatory, vascular access and medicine administration, function and development of the human body, pharmacology, airway management, patient assessment, medical emergencies, shock, trauma, special patient populations, and EMS operations. An addition 52 hours of hospital clinical and 48 hours of ambulance ride time is required.
HSC-120 Medical Terminology I (3 s.h.)
Introduction of basic medical terminology utilizing a programmed, word-building system to learn word parts to construct and analyze new terms. Emphasis is placed on spelling, definition, usage, and pronunciation. (45-0) Equivalent to 15-251, HEAL-110.
HSC-121 Medical Terminology II (3 s.h.)
Medical Terminology I is highly desirable. A brief review of basic medical terminology followed by a systems approach to learning terms associated with the anatomical, physiological, and pathological aspects of the body.
HSC-171 Nurse Aide Theory (2 s.h.)
Corequisite: HSC-174, Nurse Aide Clinical. This 75-hour nurse aide course has been designed to meet the training requirements of The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987 (OBRA) for aides working in nursing facilities (NF) and skilled nursing facilities (SNF). Emphasis in the course is on students achieving a basic level of knowledge and demonstrating skills to provide safe, effective resident care. The course has been developed in six units of study. The theory portion includes 30 hours of classroom time and 15 hours of laboratory practice. (30-0) Equivalent to CNAS-101, 89-164
HSC-174 Nurse Aide Clinical (1 s.h.)
Corequisite: HSC-171, Nurse Aide Theory. The clinical experience includes 30 hours in a nursing facility. (0-45) Equivalent to CNAS-102, 89-165.