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with Beth Brodie, Tahlequah Campus
Learn the theory and basics of pharmacy info systems, regulatory, legal and ethical considerations, drug conversions and calculations, pharmacology and medications, terminology and more. Prerequisites: Career-Ready 101 score (Math 4, Reading 5, Workplace Observation 3), high school diploma or GED
Certified Medication Aide (CMA)
with Brenda Smith, Tahlequah Campus
Prep for the CMA exam. Covers body systems, medications, and administration/documentation requirements. Prerequisites: proficient in reading, speaking and understanding English, high school diploma or GED, current CNA card with 6 months CNA work experience, TB skin test, social security card, and government photo ID.
Woodturning Basics-Bowl Turning
with Alan Hefner, Tahlequah Campus
Woodturning Basics - Bowl Turning gives you the opportunity to explore the basic aspects and understanding of preparing wood from a raw source to creating a functional bowl. Safety, as well as learning the parts of a lathe is essential to begin your own projects. This course will cover the correct methods of using different woodturning tools to create bowls and will also cover aspects of spindle turning. You will have the opportunity to turn two projects in this short course that will give you the skills to needed begin woodturning on your own.