ID# 136131 RNSG-2002-3902 07:00AM-05:00PM WR 05/20 - 05/21
John Sappington,RN,CEN WC Building A 105/107/108 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)
Trauma Nurse Core Course ***
Designed to provide the learner with cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills. The
trauma nursing process is reflected throughout the course and skills stations. Participantsreceive 16 hours of continuing education from the ANA. The sixth edition of the TNCC
provider manual is required. Participants must have the textbook 3 weeks prior to class.
For more information or to register contact John Sappington at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ID# 136126 RNSG-2002-2902 08:00AM-07:00PM T 02/10
WC Building A 108/109/110
08:00AM-05:00PM W 02/11
WC Building A 108,109,110
ID# 136138 RNSG-2002-3910 08:00AM-07:00PM T 04/14
WC Building A 108,109,110
08:00AM-05:00PM W 04/15
John Sappington,RN,CEN WC Building A 108,109,110 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)
Senior Ambassadors Coalition ***
Provides an overview of management of the process of aging and changes in lifestyle as
ID# 136140 RNSG-2002-3913 08:00AM-05:00PM R 04/09
Marge Dean,RN,MSN, WC Lecture Hall 111A/B 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU)
Jurisprudence and Ethics Workshop ***
Meets the stipulations set forth by the Texas Board of Nurses. Concepts covered include:
nursing practice, delegation, ethics, the Nurse Practice Act, documentation, medication
administration, peer review, and unprofessional conduct. Contact Stephanie Loya, PAHEC,
806-651-3482 or email email@example.com.
ID# 136133 RNSG-2002-3904 08:00AM-05:00PM F 04/10
Dinah Lewis,RN.MSN WC Lecture Hall 111A/B 7.00 Hrs. (0.70 CEU)
Ethical and Compassionate Response to Suicide ***
Participants will learn about the following topics: Suicide & Ethics; Warning Signs & Interventions;Society's Response to Children & Teens; Spiritual Dilemmas of Depression & Suicide; Medical Response to Depression, Suicide & End-of-Life Care; and Bereavement after Suicide. The last session of the day will be The Necessity of Self-Care.
During the day, attendees will also be exposed to stress release techniques by the Laughter Yoga team of Hospice of the Southwest.
To download the flyer for this workshop, please click here.
For additional information or to register, please contact
Stephanie Loya at 806-651-3482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ID# 136145 SCWK-2000-3901 08:00AM-04:00PM F 04/17
Danny Mize DTWN Business & Industry Center 111/134 3.00 Hrs. (0.30 CEU)
ID# 136104 PSYT-1024-3901 08:00AM-04:00PM F 04/17
Danny Mize DTWN Business & Industry Center 111/134 7.00 Hrs. (0.70 CEU)
Nursing Home Activity Director April 24, 8 am - 5:15 pm, Downtown Campus
This seminar will provide current information on regulations to the long term care activity directors of the Panhandle region and will provide 8 hours of continuing education credits needed to remain certified as an activity director required by state regulations.
It will also provide continuing education credit for social workers and nurses.
For more information, you can download the flyer here.
To register, please contact:
Stephanie Loya, Panhandle Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
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Welcome to the world of Continuing Education at Amarillo College!
Continuing Education and lifelong learning play a vital role in the health of our college and community. I am extremely proud of our program as a Texas state leader serving over 26,000 CE students annually here in the Texas Panhandle.
From Medical Certifications to Welding to Floral Design, Amarillo College coordinates thousands of occupational and workforce training classes every year and more than 1,500 personal enrichment classes for ages 2 to 100. From Aerobics to Writing, Ballet to Motorcycles, we have a class you are bound to enjoy at a price you can afford.
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