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Indian Capital Technology Center

Sallisaw Campus

AAPC Medical Coding


with Julie Hyatt, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Jul 31, 2018 at 6 pm

Step-by-step medical coding with professional reference books involves the accurate assignment of numerical codes to medical treatments. This course is taught using curriculum from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and includes the AAPC national exam and membership to AAPC.  Prerequisite: AAPC Medical Terminology

AAPC Medical Terminology/Anatomy for Coding


with Melinda Mefford, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Oct 16, 2018 at 5 pm

Learn the basics of medical terminology. Content includes the study of prefixes, suffixes, and root words. This course also covers proper usage of anatomical, diagnostic, surgical, and procedural terms.

Advanced CMA: Insulin Admin/Glucose Monitoring


with Joyce Gilbreath, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Oct 8, 2018 at 8 am

This advanced training provides instruction in the care of diabetic residents, including blood glucose testing, diabetic medications, insulin preparation and insulin administration. This class consists of class time, laboratory skills, and practical experience. This course requires a state skill and written examination. Students who enroll must have a current CMA license.

Advanced CMA: Nasogastric/Gastrostomy/Respiratory


with Joyce Gilbreath, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Dec 3, 2018 at 8 am

This course provides advanced training in the administration of medications via nasogastric and gastrostomy tubes, along with administration of oral inhalers and nebulizers. This class will include class time, skills lab and practical experience. Students must have a current CMA license before enrolling.

Armed Security Guard - Ph IV


with Ron Davis, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Oct 3, 2018 at 5 pm

This course is divided into two different programs, handgun and shotgun. Participants must have firearm and ammunition approved by the instructor the first day of class. DO NOT bring firearms into the school building, keep them secured in your vehicle. Before enrolling in this course, the student must pass the MMPI questionnaire and interview required by CLEET and have passed the Phase I & II state certification exam.

Arrowhead Making/Flint Knapping


with Adam Lageveen, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Aug 21, 2018 at 5 pm

A beginner's guide to the art of flint knapping (making stone tools). In this hands-on class students will be guided through the process of making spear points, arrow points, and a variety of other stone tools. Students will learn to use percussion and pressure flaking techniques. The instructor will also discuss both modern and ancient flint knapping technologies and how they related to each other.

CDA Pathway (Child Development Association)


with Tracey Barger, Sallisaw Campus

“Pathway to CDA” transitions to “Pathway to your National Credential”. This is a 150 hour curriculum endorsed by the Oklahoma Early Care Organizations and aligned with state and national guidelines. Units 5 & 6 are coverded in this course of the total of 10 units in this curriculum. The cost listed is for all 10 units.

Please contact Misty Linthicum at (918) 775 -9119, ext. 4069 for more information.

Certified Medication Aide (CMA)


with Joyce Gilbreath, Sallisaw Campus

Calendar Aug 21, 2018 at 5 pm

This course is designed for the CNA who wishes to take the state CMA exam. The course covers body systems, medications, administration and documentation requirements. The student must be proficient in reading, speaking, and understanding English and must provide a government-issued picture ID and Social Security card for certification. Prerequisites: Student must be able to pass a backgrouned check, have a high school diploma or GED, and a current CNA card with six months work experience as a CNA, and have a current TB skin test.

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