Didactic (Online) Component: Nitrous Oxide Analgesia and Local Infiltration Anesthesia: March 11th, 2019 - May 24th, 2019.
Clinical Component: Administration of Local Infiltration Analgesia and Nitrous Oxide Analgesia: June 7th - June 9th, 2019, at MCC's main campus, 1000 East Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623.
You must have and provide a copy of current CPR certification and NYS dental hygiene license to participate in this class.
You must complete all scheduled assignments of the didactic (online) component as posted by your instructor. (Failure to meet deadlines will result in an incomplete didactic portion of the program and will prevent the participant from attending the clinical sessions, forfeiting any fees paid.)
You must attend all 15 hours of clinical instruction. You will be required to administer and receive nitrous oxide analgesia and local infiltration anesthesia. (If you have a medical condition that might prevent this, please contact your doctor for clearance before registering for this course.)
After registration is complete, the Office of Workforce Development will send you a confirmation e-mail with textbook requirements and logistical information. You will also receive a separate e-mail 3 weeks prior to course start date with information on how to access your MCC network account and online course. (If you do not receive this by February 25, 2019, please call our office.)
If you are at least 17 years of age, a NYS registered dental hygienist, underemployed, or unemployed you may qualify for a tuition scholarship for this program. Eligibility requirements: 1) you must live or work in the nine-county Finger Lakes Region. 2) If you are employed as a dental hygienist, your current annual base salary cannot exceed $52,000. 3) You must provide a written statement from your employer guaranteeing there will be a salary increase upon successful completion of this course. To apply, please CLICK HERE to fill out a NY INSPIRE application. This application takes the place of the normal registration process therefore DO NOT attempt to register electronically from this site. We will follow-up with you regarding your status within two business days.
If this course is sold out, please contact our office at 585.685.6004 where we will maintain a cancellation list. If any cancellations occur, we will contact you.
Click here to download our Spring 2019 continuing professional dental education brochure.: http://workforceforward.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/sites/5/2018/11/Spring-2019-Skills-Enhancement-Workshops-FINAL-Cr.-11.1.2018_LINKED.pdf For cancellation policy, please refer to brochure.
This course will start by discussing and demonstrating RF Fundamentals for wireless communications, including radio signals and modulation, proper antenna selection and how to handle interference. Hands-on labs on live Cisco routers will be available for the student form their home. In addition, a practice certification tests will be available as well. Then implementing a wireless network for Cisco will be demonstrated including how to adjust access points to provide service to an area, integrating access points and controllers into a network, wireless equipment and maintenance tasks. The course will continue to configuration of client connectivity. Troubleshooting a wireless client and preparing a wireless site survey will finish the course.
Credits: 4.0 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s)
Online training and Classroom Hours: 40
Itemized breakdown of tuition and fees: Tuition: $1,995
The tuition only covers administrative costs and nothing else of value is provided.
Other fees: None
Prerequisites: Networking Essentials course or equivalent experience is recommended and previous experience with Cisco routers, or CCNET training or certification is preferred.
• Wireless Network Associate/Administrator • Wireless Technician • Wireless Test Engineer • Wireless Network Planning Engineer • Wireless Implementation Support Engineer • Wireless Network Analyst
Download Registration Form.: https://workforceforward.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/sites/5/2018/11/Cisco-WirelessTechnician_MCCRegistrationForm.pdf
The Conscious Leader, Conscious Culture eight-session certificate series combines straightforward tools under the umbrella of a practical leadership model to enable successful business execution of leadership theory and concepts.
Participants who embark on this series will drive higher employee engagement, successful implementation of innovative solutions to vexing problems and develop a continuous cycle of success.
That cycle includes team learning, goal setting, proactively driving change, working effectively with differences, overcoming fears and more.
The eight sessions include:
• Leadership in the Internet Age
• DISC Behavioral Profile
• Building a Dynamic Culture & Fearless Leadership
• working with Emotional Intelligence
• Everyday Practical Leadership
• Organizational Change, Executive Etiquette, Effective Meetings and Presentations
• Trust, Generational Differences, and Presentation Skills
• Dealing with Difficult People
Click here to read about Developing the Conscious Leader and Conscious Culture Certificate in the news.: http://workforceforward.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/sites/5/2017/12/RBJ-12-1-17-MCC-Conscious-Leader.pdf
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