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New Student Orientation (NSO) (NSO 100)
General Education
New Student Orientation (NSO) (NSO 100)
The New Student Orientation (NSO) will Introduce students to the college services that will support their educational and career goals (ex: Student Services, Academic Department, eLibrary) and provide a welcoming atmosphere for new students to...
Content and TalentLMS (SAMP3)
Samples
Content and TalentLMS (SAMP3)
What type of content can you use with TalentLMS? Let's find out on this quick course.
CompTIA Network+ Part 1 (TCH 110)
IT
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CompTIA Certificate
CompTIA Network+ Part 1 (TCH 110)
The CompTIA Network+ certification is an internationally recognized IT standard and is the logical next step after the associated A+ certification. This course introduces network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies,...
CompTIA Network+ Part 2 (TCH 210)
IT
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CompTIA Certificate
CompTIA Network+ Part 2 (TCH 210)
This course further expands the student’s knowledge of network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security related to the associated standard. Prerequisite: TCH110.
CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+)
IT
CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+)
The IT Fundamentals (FCO-U61) course will focus on essential IT skills and foundational knowledge for an entry-level IT professional. Specific topics covered include concepts and terminology, infrastructure, applications and software, software...
introduction to accounting
Business
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Accounting Clerk Certificate
introduction to accounting
Quality Customer Training for Pharmacy Technicians
Allied Health
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Pharmacy Technician
Quality Customer Training for Pharmacy Technicians
The course provides instruction for entry-level as a pharmacy technician in training within the healthcare industry. Critical thinking skills, soft skills, and math skills are required. The goal of this course is to provide a combination of...
Syllabus Course 2022
General Education
Syllabus Course 2022

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