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ASU Three Rivers Medical Coding Academy

$1,930

with Tina Williams

Calendar Oct 15, 2022 , runs for 8 weeks

Workforce Certified Professional Coding Program is a non-credit course consisting of 96 contact hours of instructor-led training in a classroom setting. The AAPC Medical Coding Training (MCT) curriculum consists of medical coding fundamentals, dissecting real-world medical cases and charts to extract the most relevant information. The certified professional coding program (CPC) teaches ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS medical coding skills for professional services (physicians, mid-level providers, etc.) and prepares the learner to take AAPC's CPC exam.

Call 501-332-0236 or email lhawthorne@asutr.edu 

Generational Leadership

$150

with Mason Robinson

Calendar Dec 1, 2022 at 1 pm

Discover the differences and qualities of each generation and strategies for how we can lead a multi-generational team towards success.  The goals for this session are to:  Define the generations in today's workforce, Discuss their differences and similarities, Discover strategies to lead a multi-generational team, and Develop a plan of action.

Generational Leadership

$150

with Mason Robinson

Calendar Dec 9, 2022 at 8 am

Discover the differences and qualities of each generation and strategies for how we can lead a multi-generational team towards success.  The goals for this session are to:  Define the generations in today's workforce, Discuss their differences and similarities, Discover strategies to lead a multi-generational team, and Develop a plan of action.

Certified Nursing Assistant

$750

with Toni Dyer

Calendar Jan 23, 2023 at 4:30 pm, runs for 13 weeks

The Nursing Assistant course consists of 90 contact hours. Seventy four hours are spent in the classroom/lab and sixteen hours are spent in a long-term care clinical setting. This course includes information necessary to improve the quality of life of clients in long-term care facilities and other health care facilities. The course consists of information important in providing a solid foundation of skills and critical procedures necessary for becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant.

Payment plan available: $50 deposit plus 8 payments of $77.77, paid every two weeks. Final payment of $77.84.
ASU Three Rivers Workforce PLC Academy
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ASU Three Rivers Workforce PLC Academy

$1,565

with Glenn Franklin

This is a basic to intermediate course in programmable logic controllers.  The focus of the training is on Allen Bradley Micrologix PLCs along with RSLogix500 software.

The concepts covered in the basic portion (Days 1-2) of the course include:

Inputs and Outputs – Field Devices and Operators

AddressingLadder Logic/PLC Programming

Momentary Inputs/Outputs

Latching and Unlatching Inputs/Outputs

Reading and Writing Programs in LogixProSimulationSoftware

Counters

Timers

The systems utilizing these newly learned concepts are designed and tested using the LogixPro simulation software.  This program very closely simulates real-world PLC programming, and interactive animations give student feedback for troubleshooting problems with programs.

The intermediate (applications) portion (Days 3-5) of the course is a very hands-on setting, concentrating almost exclusively on real world applications.  During this time, students move up from the LogixPro simulator to the fully functional Rockwell RSLogix500 software. 

Students are given various control applications for which they write a PLC program using digital inputs and outputs.  These applications include tank level control, part sensing on a conveyor, and temperature sensing and control to name just a few.  These programs are then downloaded to actual control stations on site to test and view their programs in action. 

On the final day, students complete a capstone project involving a three level lift system.  This involves programming and testing a control system designed for what is in effect an elevator for a three story building.





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