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As specified on page 19 of the 2012-16 Institutional Participation Agreement, under California Education Code Section 69432.7(l)(2)(A), institutions must provide an access point for prospective and current students to view the institution's license examination passage rates. Passage rates provided must be for the most recent available year and be for graduates of its undergraduate programs leading to employment for which passage of a California licensing examination is required, if that data is electronically available through the internet Web site of the licensing agency.
- Emergency Medical Technician
Certificate: Emergency Medical Technician Certificate
- Registered Nursing
License: Registered Nurse License
Prerequisite: Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) for Healthcare Providers must be presented at first class session to maintain enrollment. Must be eighteen (18) years of age or older for certification (Title 22, Division 9, Chapter 2, California Code of Regulations). Course Advisories: SCC minimum English and Math standards.
Based on state EMSA regulations, the goal of the EMT (Basic) course is to acquire essential assessment & treatment skills for the delivery of prompt, efficient & safe pre-hospital emergency patient care. Application of these emergency care skills can minimize the risk of permanent disability to an individual. The course has lecture, discussion sessions and skills practice time. Course content includes, use of airway and ventilation devices during CPR, use of automated external defibrillator (AED), patient assessment (medical & trauma), management of shock and bleeding, use of bandages, splints and spinal immobilization, use of backboards and guerneys, management of emergency childbirth, monitoring IV solutions, assisting patients with home medications, safe removal of patients from vehicles, trauma and triage. Students completing the course for 4.5 units participate in lecture and lab practice activities throughout, students completing the course for 5.0 units additionally attend pre-assigned observation times with an emergency department and with an ambulance. Students successfully completing the course for 5.0 units are eligible to take the state EMSA exam for certification. Certification enables students to qualify for employment with ambulance services, fire or rescue services, search and rescue crews, ski patrol or other related pre-hospital emergency care positions. NOTE: By law, applicants for certification must be at least 18 years of age. Students must present current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers course completion card at the first class meeting in order to remain enrolled in the course. Repeatable every 2 years. Three and three-quarters hours lecture, three and three-quarters hours activity.
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- Registered Nursing Major and General Education Requirements
- Registered Nursing Application Steps
- Registered Nursing Information Workshops Fall 2013
- Other Community College Registered Nursing Programs
The Registered Nursing Program at Solano Community College is a 2-year Associate Degree Program fully accredited by the State Board of Registered Nursing and is subject to its regulations regarding the education and training of nurses. Successful completion of the program qualifies the student to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) to become a Registered Nurse. The practice of nursing requires knowledge of the biological, behavioral, and physical sciences, as well as knowledge of, and the ability to speak, to read, and to write the English language proficiently. This program follows the policy of non-discrimination set forth by the Governing Board of Solano Community College.
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The Career Mobility Program at Solano Community College provides an opportunity for qualified licensed vocational nurses to be admitted with advanced placement into the Registered Nursing program. This program is designed to prepare technically competent nurses for service in the community. The curriculum includes study in general education, biophysical and social science courses. Principles derived from academic study are applied to the practice of nursing. The nursing major is comprised of lecture-discussion classes on campus and client care laboratory experience in agencies within the community. Nursing preparation includes the care of adults and children in medical, surgical, psychiatric and community settings. This program is accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
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|• Health Occupations - Career Mobility||• Certified Nursing Assistant|