Judge Gavel

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PCP 101 | Foundations

In Foundations, you will be introduced to the Paramedic's most fundamental roles and responsibilities to patient and to self, as well as, their ethical and legal obligations. 

Inside an Ambulance

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PCP 105 | Operations

In Operations, you will be introduced to industry standard operational procedures. You will receive a generic representation of industry-accepted practices in areas such as safe operation of an ambulance, managing mass casualty incidents, and participating in rescue operations.

Flu Shot

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PCP 107 | Therapeutics

In Therapeutics, you will be introduced to patient treatment modalities. Specifically, you will learn about protocols and safe effective procedures for medication administration, intravenous initiation, and fluid therapy.  

Anatomical Model

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PCP 112 | Human Essentials I

In Human Essentials I, you will be introduced to the anatomy & physiology of the human body. This curriculum is designed to be supportive of the core Paramedic courses, in that, it will provide foundational knowledge of normal structure and function, facilitating the recognition of abnormal structure and function. 

Medical Professional

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PCP 113 | Lab Theory I 

In Lab Theory I, you will be introduced to the concepts practiced in the practical lab setting. This curriculum is designed to be supportive of your lab sessions, in that, it will be during this class that the week's lab plan will be introduced, expectations will be outlined, and foundational knowledge regarding the week's lab focus, will be discussed. 

Vasculature of the Heart

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PCP 114 | Medical I

In Medical I, you will be provided with specific information regarding the recognition and management of chronic and acute medical conditions which you may be faced, when responding to emergencies. 

Paramedic

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PCP 116 | Lab Skills I

In Lab Skills I, you will be introduced to the essential paramedic skills, that will be practiced and honed during lab time. 

Emergency Vehicles

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PCP | 117 | Lab I

In Lab I, you will have the opportunity to put into practice the knowledge and skills that you were introduced to during the classroom lectures and lab support classes. (Lab Skills I, Lab Theory I)

Paramedics

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PCP 119 | Trauma I

In Trauma I, you will be presented with specific information regarding the assessment and management of traumatic injuries with which you may be faced, when responding to emergencies. 

Job Interview

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PCP 100 | Professional Prep. 

Professional Prep. is a mandatory yet non-evaluative course. This course will provide students with the necessary tools and coaching, to help them become more employable by industry. 

Newborn Baby with Mom

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PCP 108 | Special Considerations

Special Considerations will present you with specific information regarding the recognition and management of conditions related to or effected by particular patient circumstances such as age, body composition, neglect, etc.

Gym Workout

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PCP 122 | Human Essentials II

Most of the PCP courses are geared toward teaching students to assess a patient's state of health, create a treatment plan, and subsequently render care. Human Essentials II will introduce you to tools that can be utilized to help you do a self-assessment, create a plan, and put into motion strategies to improve your own physical and mental well-being. 

Mobile Testing Site

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PCP 124 | Medical II

As a continuation of the curriculum covered in Medical I, Medical II will present you with specific information regarding the recognition and management of chronic and acute medical conditions which you may be faced when responding to emergencies. 

Drug and Syringe

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PCP 126 | Lab Skills II

Lab Skills II is a continuation of Lab Skills I and as such, will continue to introduce you to the essential paramedic skills that will be practiced and honed during lab time. 

Doctor's Appointment

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PCP 127 | Lab II

Lab II is a continuation of Lab I and therefore, in Lab II, you will have continued opportunity to put into practice the knowledge and skills to which you were introduced during the classroom lectures and lab support classes. (Lab Skills II and Lab Theory II) 

Security Team Member

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Lab 129 | Trauma II

As a continuation of the curriculum covered in Trauma I, Trauma II will present you with specific information regarding the assessment and management of traumatic injuries with which you may be faced when responding to emergencies. 

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