About Short-Term Classes

 

Central Tech Short-Term, or Adult Career Development (ACD), classes are offered to individuals seeking to enhance career skills, earn industry recognized certifications, continue professional education or explore personal interests. Some classes may be taken in sequence to build a career path. Classes are offered during the weekdays, evenings and on weekends.

Each of the following classes can be completed in less than a month:

Certified Nurse Aide- Long Term Care

Certified Medication Aide

General Education Paraprofessional

Home Health Aid

Phlebotomy

Medication Administration Technician

Special Education Paraprofessional

Truck Driver Training

Unarmed Security Guard

Home Health Aid

 

"This experience is the best thing that has happened in my life so far.  I am not only meeting my goals, but able to provide for my family."

Tina S.

CNA/HHA

30 Days to a New Career

Central Tech trains students for careers in high demand.  In less than a month, you can obtain a license or certification for a new career.  Earn a competitive salary and the ability to secure a better future for you and your family by calling us today.

Short-Term/Adult Education Brochure

Enrollment Information

 

Full payment of fees is due at the time of enrollment. Class space is not reserved without fee payment, a PO number, or sponsor authorization. Special testing fees for certifications are not included in the course fee. Book/supply costs are not included in the tuition cost. Course fees may be paid by cash, credit card or check. Payment plans are an option on a case-by-case basis.

 

Anyone age 16 or older may enroll in a Short-term class on a first-come, first-served basis. Certain regulations may apply. Enrollment is taken by the Adult Education/ACD staff Monday through Thursday from 8:00a-9:30p and Friday from 8:00a-4:30p. To enroll, call Drumright: 918.352.2551 x 222 or Sapulpa 918.227.0331.

 

REFUND POLICY

The class is refundable in full if the class is canceled by Central Tech. Student-requested tuition refunds for short-term classes:

 

• Before class begins or prior to 2nd class meeting  Full refund less $10 processing fee

 

• After 2nd class meeting    NO REFUND

 

• Textbooks     NO REFUND

Class Schedule

Business, Management & Administration

Education

Health Sciences

Certfied Medication Aide (CMA)

The CMA program is a 48 hour training course designed for CNAs involved with the administration or distribution of medications to residents or clients in a long term care facility, a facility for developmentally disabled, residential care home or adult day care facility.

 

Daytime Classes

Sap     09/22 - 09/29     48     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $170

Sap     10/27 - 11/03     48     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $170

Sap     12/01 - 12/08     48     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $170

Drum   12/01 - 12/11     48     M-Th   8:30a-3:30p     $170

 

Evening Classes

Sap     09/08 - 09/25     48     M-Th    5:30p-9:30p    $170

Drum   09/16 - 10/15     48     T-Th     5:30p-8:30p    $170

 

CMA CEUs

This course reviews medications, setting up, administering, & charting vital signs.  Students learn changes in policies & procedures for CMA's.  Must have current CMA certification in good standing with OSDH.

 

Drum     08/21 - 08/21     8     Th     8:00a-5:00p     $40

Drum     09/08 - 09/09     8     MT   5:00p-9:00p     $40

Drum     09/18 - 09/18     8     Th    8:00a-5:00p     $40

Drum     10/16 - 10/16     8     Th     8:00a-5:00p     $40

Drum     11/20 - 11/20     8     Th     8:00a-5:00p     $40

Drum     12/18 - 12/18     8     Th     8:00a-5:00p     $40

 

Sap       08/28 - 08/28     8     Th     8:00a-5:00p     $40

Sap       10/03 - 10/03     8      F     8:00a-5:00p     $40

Sap       12/17 - 12/17     8     W     8:00a-5:00p     $40

 

CMA-NG (Nasogastric/Inhaler)

Learn about medication and nutrition via nasogastric and gastronomy tubes. Also, learn administration of oxygen, metered dose inhalers, and nebulizers. Must have a current valid OSDH Certified Medication Aide certification to enroll in this class.

 

Sap     08/29 - 08/29     9     F     8:00a-6:00p $60

Sap     10/02 - 10/02     9     Th     8:00a-6:00p $60

Sap     11/17 - 11/18     9     MT     5:00p-9:30p $60

Sap     12/18 - 12/18     9    Th     8:00a-6:00p $60

 

Certfied Nurse Aide - Long Term Care with Home Health Aide

CNA-LTC | HHAs provide health-related services for ill, injured, disabled, elderly, or infirm individuals either in institutions or in their homes.  By providing routine personal care services, CNA –LTC | HHA helps those in need live in their own homes instead of an institution.

 

Daytime  Classes

Sap     08/04 - 08/21     120     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $275

Sap     09/02 - 09/19     120     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $275

Sap     10/06 - 10/24     120     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $275

Sap     11/06 - 11/25     120     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $275

Sap     01/06 - 01/23     120     M-F     8:00a-4:00p     $275

 

Drum     08/04 - 08/27     120     M-F     8:30a-3:30p     $275

Drum     09/08 - 10/01     120     M-F     8:30a-3:30p     $275

Drum     10/06 - 10/29     120     M-F     8:30a-3:30p     $275

Drum     01/07 - 01/30     120     M-W     8:30a-3:30p     $275

 

Evening Classes

Sap     10/01 - 11/12     120     M-Th     5:30p-9:30p     $275

 

Drum     09/15 - 11/18     120     M-W     6:00p-9:30p     $275

Drum     11/03 - 12/01     120     T-Th     5:30p-9:30p     $275

 

Home Health Aide Deeming

This 16-hour course is for individuals that have already obtained their CNA-LTC certification. These hours are offered to cover the required skills that are necessary for a Home Health Aide to perform.

 

Sap     08/20 - 08/21     16     WTh          8:00a-4:00p     $75

Sap     09/18 - 09/19     16     ThF           8:00a-4:00p     $75

Sap     10/23 - 10/24     16     ThF           8:00a-4:00p     $75

Sap     11/06 - 11/12     16     ThMTW     5:30p-9:30p     $75

 

CPR BLS Healthcare Provider

Designed for personnel who staff health care facilities or any other professional that may respond to a cardiovascular emergency.

 

Sap     3rd Mon.     Monthly     4     M     5:30p-9:30p     $35

 

CPR Heartsaver

Heartsaver CPR is intended for members of the general public who would like to learn basic CPR including: families with children or elderly relatives, college-dorm resident assistants, athletes or wilderness explorers, members of volunteer organizations, residents of rural areas, or locations prone to natural disasters.

 

Drum     3rd Fri.     Monthly     3     F     1:00p-4:00p     $20

 

First Aid

First Aid is the provision of initial limited care for an illness or injury. Learn to perform necessary techniques to a sick or injured patient until definitive medial treatment can be accessed.

 

Drum     3rd Fri.     Monthly     3     F     8:30a-11:30p     $20

 

EMT

Prepare yourself for the National Registry Test to become a certified EMT-by enrolling in this course. Classroom and clinical experience are combined to provide a balanced approach to basic emergency medical care and transportation.

 

Sap     08/18 - 12/16     240     MTTh     5:30p-9:30p     $630

 

EMT Advanced

This program prepares students to provide basic and advanced life support to patients in the pre-hospital emergency care setting. Students will learn advanced physiology, patient assessment, techniques of IV therapy and advanced respiratory care management.

 

Sap     08/25 - 12/18     340     MTh     5:30p-9:30p     $625

 

Insurance (ICD-9) Coding

This course is designed to introduce you to a system which lists diagnostic codes from the World Health Organization used by medical insurance carriers, the U.S. Government and others.

 

Sap     08/18 - 10/13     48     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $165

 

CPT Intermedicate Coding Skills

Expand your understanding of diagnostic coding and how important accurate coding is to the payment process in hospitals and physician's offices. The course includes how to analyze primary and principle diagnoses, define disability compensation, confidentiality, and utilize the technology which speeds the claims process.

 

Sap     10/15 - 12/10     48     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $165

 

Medical Insurance Procedures & Collections

This course will cover the "life cycle of a claim" to gain a full understanding, from start to finish, to the submission of an insurance claim and patient billing to collection.

 

Sap     12/15 - 02/04     36     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $125

 

 

Bloodborne Pathogens

Drum Open Enrollment     2 TTh Open Enrollment     $10

 

First Aid

Drum Open Enrollment     3 TTh Open Enrollment     $20

 

Home Health Aide

Drum Open Enrollment     16 TTh Open Enrollment     $75

 

Keyboarding

Drum Open Enrollment     24 TTh Open Enrollment     $45

 

MAT Update

Drum Open Enrollment     8 TTh Open Enrollment     $30

 

Medical Math

Drum Open Enrollment     24 TTh Open Enrollment     $45

 

Medical Terminology I

Drum Open Enrollment     24 TTh Open Enrollment     $45

 

Restorative Aide Care

Drum Open Enrollment     12 TTh Open Enrollment     $75

 

 

 

Introduction to Laboratory Technician

This course provides the basic knowledge necessary to perform routine medical lab tests, such as UAs, throat cultures, nasal swabs, and blood typing.  Pre-requisite: either completion of Phlebotomy course or Medical Assisting program.

 

Drum 11/04 - 12/03 24 TTh 6:00p-9:00p $165

 

Pharmacy Technician

Learn the theory and basic knowledge of pharmacy information

systems, regulatory, legal and ethical considerations, drug calculations, terminology and other skills. A national certification is available upon successful completion of this program and the national CPhT exam.

 

Drum     09/02 - 12/31     200     TTh     8:30a-2:30p     $470

 

Phlebotomy

Phlebotomists are healthcare workers who obtain and prepare blood samples so that physicians can analyze a number of medical problems. Students will learn proper techniques of blood sample collection; use knowledge of the circulatory system, awareness of medical/legal ethics and skills and communication as a member of a healthcare team.

 

Sap     08/25 - 10/20     88     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $225

Sap     10/22 - 12/17     88     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $225

 

Drum     09/09 - 10/30     88    TTh        6:00p-9:00p     $225

Drum     11/03 - 11/13     88     M-Th     8:30a-3:30p     $225

 

Anatomy & Physiology

In Anatomy & Physiology, study the structural complexity of the human body and its intricate functional mechanisms. Become familiar with body structure and body system functions.

 

Drum     08/26 - 12/16     120     TTh     5:30p-9:30p     $360

Sap       09/02 - 12/18     120     TTh     5:30p-9:30p     $360

 

Concepts of Nursing

This course focuses on the use of nursing related theories by practical nurses as providers of care in partnership with health team members.

 

Drum     09/29 - 11/12     42     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $205

Sap       10/29 - 12/17     42     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $205

 

TEAS Test Prep

Help boost your scores on the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills), as many nursing schools are requiring higher and higher scores. The class will cover these four sections: Reading, Mathematics, Science,

and English & Language.

 

Sap     11/04 - 11/18     15     TTh     6:00p-9:00p     $145

 

Medical Terminology I & II

Learning the language and terminology of the medical field will help to prepare the student for a career in the health care profession. This course will begin with the fundamental elements of the medical language and progress into more advanced terminology and rudimentary anatomy.

 

Drum     09/02 - 12/04     75     TTh     6:00p-9:00p     $205

 

Sap     09/04 - 12/04     75     TTh     6:00p-9:00p     $205

 

Medical Terminology II

Already know the fundamental elements of the medical language?

In this class learn advanced terminology about rudimentary anatomy.

 

Sap     10/02 -12/04     51     TTh     6:00p-9:00p     $105

 

Medication Administration Technician (MAT) & MAT Update

Medication Administration Technician training is designed to provide certified training for direct care staff in licensed residential care facilities and licensed group homes which have the responsibility for administering medication to residents.

 

Drum 08/28 - 08/29     16     ThF     8:30a-4:30p     $60

Drum 09/25 - 09/26     16     ThF     8:30a-4:30p     $60

Drum 10/30 - 10/31     16     ThF     8:30a-4:30p     $60

Drum 11/20 - 11/21     16     ThF     8:30a-4:30p     $60

Drum 12/18 - 12/19     16     ThF     8:30a-4:30p    $60

 

Sap 10/13 - 10/16       16     MTWTh     5:30p-9:30p     $60

 

MAT Update

Learn information to assist you at work while meeting the annual requirements for completing 8 hours of updated training for those who have been certified as MATs and are employed.

 

Drum     08/29 - 08/29     8     F     8:30a-4:30p     $30

Drum     09/26 - 09/26     8     F     8:30a-4:30p     $30

Drum     10/31 - 10/31     8     F     8:30a-4:30p     $30

Drum     11/21 - 11/21     8     F     8:30a-4:30p     $30

Drum     12/19 - 12/19     8     F     8:30a-4:30p     $30

 

Sap     10/15 - 10/16     8     WTh     5:30p-9:30p     $30

Information Technology

Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching

Central Tech has partnered with Cisco to deliver a comprehensive learning experience. CCNA Routing and Switching is an online course offered through the Sapulpa Campus with open entry between 01/06/14 and 7/31/14. The course covers a variety of networking topics, from fundamentals to advanced applications and services, with opportunities for hands-on practical experience and career skill development. A Cisco certification is obtainable after completing the course.

 

Sap     09/02 - 12/18     80     Open     Open     $400

 

Cisco Intro to Networks

Sap     09/02 - 12/18     80     Open     Open     $400

 

Cisco Scalling Networks

Sap     09/02 - 12/18     80     Open     Open     $400

 

Cisco Network Fundamentals

Sap     09/02 - 12/18     80     Open     Open     $400

 

Personal Interests

Cake Decorating

Want to learn the secrets of professional cake decorators then this is the class for you.  In this class you will learn how to prepare icings, mold flowers, create borders, make cookie bouquets and specialty toppings on single layered cakes.

 

Sap     09/02 - 11/04     30     T     6:00p-9:00p     $95

 

Cake Decorating Advanced

This course teaches advanced cake decorating techniques such as basket weave, string work, garlands and more modern patterns.

 

Sap     11/11 - 12/16     18     T     6:00p-9:00p     $75

 

Photography

Designed for beginner photography and for those with the desire to create better photographs. In photography students will spend time discussing, viewing and taking photographs.

 

Sap     09/11 - 11/13     30     Th     6:00p-9:00p     $95

 

Photography - Tots, Props & Backdrops

Photography – Tots, Props and Backdrops will focus on children, groups and family portraits. Learn how to setup backdrops and use props and unique items to make your pictures more distinctive and exciting.

 

Drum     09/09 - 11/11     30     T     6:00p-9:00p     $95

Public Safety, Law Enforcement,

Security & Corrections

Manufacturing

Welding

Central Tech's Evening Welding program is designed around the “Learn to Earn” training concept. We are committed to providing quality education and training based on industry.

 

Sap       08/11      320     M-Th     5:00p-8:30p        $750

Sap       09/08      320     M-Th     5:00p-8:30p        $750

Sap       10/13      320     M-Th     5:00p-8:30p        $750

Sap       11/20      320     M-Th     5:00p-8:30p        $750

Sap       01/12      320     M-Th     5:00p-8:30p        $750

 

 

Drum     08/14      320     M-Th     4:00p-10:00p     $750

Drum     09/11       320     M-Th     4:00p-10:00p     $750

Drum     10/09      320     M-Th     4:00p-10:00p     $750

Drum     11/13      320     M-Th     4:00p-10:00p     $750

Drum     01/08      320     M-Th     4:00p-10:00p     $750

Office Technology Essentials (for Administrative Professionals)

In this 48-hour course, learn about the workplace, ethics, communication skills, time management and much more. Students will also develop soft skills such as critical thinking, self-management and other interpersonal skills.

 

Drum     09/02 - 10/23     48     TTh     1:00p-4:00p     $155

 

Computer - Basics

If you have limited or no computer experience, then this class is for you. Learn basic computer terminology, explore the windows operating system, and learn about files and folders.

 

Drum     9/23 - 10/02     12     TTh     5:30p-8:30p     $45

 

Computer - Beginner

This is the place to begin if you are new to computers. This hands-on course introduces you to basic computer tasks, working with Windows, using email, and basic word processing.

 

Sap     09/03 - 10/06     30     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $95

Sap     10/29 - 12/03     30     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $95

 

Computer to Cloud Back Up

Having your important data backed up off-site, is important  because it’s safe from theft, fire, and other local disasters. In this class, learn different back up services offered and how to use them to protect important data.

 

Sap     10/07      3     T     6:00p-9:00p     $20

 

Excel - Basic

Learn the introductory concepts of Microsoft Excel. Learn to work with tabs, enter data, edit entries, format cells and ranges, work with formulas and more.

 

Drum     11/04 - 11/13     12     TTh     5:30p-8:30p     $45

 

Excel - Beginner

This class is ideal for the computer user who wants to become well versed in Excel. Topics include: Ribbon interface; entering and editing data, selecting cells and ranges, printing, formulas and functions, formatting cell, inserting and deleting columns, rows, and cells, charts, and more.

 

Sap     10/08 - 10/27     18     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $75

 

How to use- Windows 8 Devices

Learn how to operate buttons, applications, customization,

security and more for your Windows 8 phones and tablets.

 

Sap     10/09      3     Th     6:00p-9:00p     $20

 

Virus Free Computer

Learn how to prevent viruses and malware from infesting computer. In this class, learn how to keep your Windows computer safe, by learning

what to look out for on-line and how to clean-up your computer.

 

Sap     10/14 - 10/14     3     T     6:00p-9:00p     $20

 

Word -Basic

Topics in this class include text alignment, symbols and

characters, headers, footers, bullets and numbered lists.

 

Sap     12/08 - 12/17     12     MW     6:00p-9:00p     $45

 

Word-Beginning

Become proficient in Microsoft word by learning lists, tables, charts, performing mail merges and creating customized graphic elements. Students will also receiver a refresher of basic skills.

 

Drum     10/07 - 10/28     24     TTh     5:30p-8:30p     $85

 

 

General Education Paraprofessional

Paraprofessionals provide the extra support students need to be successful in the classroom. This class provides the definitions and parameters used to meet the necessary quality standards.

 

Drum      08/11 - 09/02     48     M-Th     1:00p-4:30p     $195

Drum      09/02 - 10/16     48     TTh       5:00p-9:00p     $195

 

Special Education Paraprofessional

Paraprofessionals provide the extra support students with disabilities need to be successful in the classroom. This class provides the definitions and parameters used to meet the necessary quality standards.

 

Drum     08/11 - 08/20     24     M-Th     1:00p-4:30p     $120

Drum     09/02 - 09/25     24     TTh       5:00p-9:00p     $120

Drum     09/06 - 09/27     24     S           9:00a-3:30p     $120

 

CDA Unit 7: Involving Families and the Community

Sap     09/02 - 09/11     10     TTh           6:00p-8:30p     $35

 

CDA Unit 8: Program Plans & Record Keeping

Sap     09/16 - 09/25     10     TTh           6:00p-8:30p     $35

 

CDA Unit 9: Developing As an Early Education Professional

Sap     09/30 - 10/09     10     TTh           6:00p-8:30p     $35

 

CDA Unit 10: Putting it All Together: CDA or CCP

Sap     10/14 - 10/30   15     TTh           6:00p-8:30p     $50

 

CDA Unit 1: Providing for Children's Safety

Sap     11/04 - 11/13    10     TTh           6:00p-8:30p     $35

 

CDA Unit 2: Providing for Children's Health

Sap     11/18 - 12/02     10     TTh           6:00p-8:30p     $35

 

Unarmed Security - Phase I & II

In Phase I you will receive instruction in interpreting the Oklahoma Security Act, first aid, operating fire extinguishers, writing field notes and reports and interpreting legal powers. In Phase II you will learn public relations, communications, performing fixed post duties, patrolling, investigating security incidents and terrorism awareness.

 

Drum     09/23 - 10/28     40     TTh     6:00p-10:00p     $100

Drum     10/06 - 10/16     40     M-Th     8:30a-3:30p     $100

 

Sap     09/10 - 9/25     40     M-Th     5:30p-9:30p     $100

Sap     10/08 - 10/23     40     M-Th     5:30p-9:30p     $100

 

Private Investigator - Phase III

This course includes client responsibilities, private investigator laws, complying with the Fair Credit Act, conducting investigations and surveillance, and locating and communicating information.

 

Sap     10/30 - 11/13     36     M-Th     5:30p-9:30p     $100

 

Firearms Training - Phase IV

Students will receive instruction in handgun safety, nomenclature and maintenance, fundamentals of marksmanship, handgun handling skills, handgun shooting positions, range procedures and legal issues. Students must have taken and passed the MMPI-2 on file before enrolling.

 

Drum     09/06 - 09/27    32     Sat     8:00a-5:00p     $200

 

Sap 09/02 - 09/07     32     TWThSS     5:30p-9:30p     $200

Sap 09/30 - 10/05     32     TWThSS     5:30p-9:30p     $200

Sap 11/18 - 11/23     32     TWThSS     5:30p-9:30p     $200

 

Bail Enforcer Training - Phase V

 

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Jail School

The program is designed to update personnel to comply with minimum jail standards and improve the facilities. Program staff implement and interpret rules, issues licenses, provide jailer-training classes to jail employees, conduct routine jail inspections, and provide technical assistance as necessary.

 

Sap     10/13 - 10/15     24     M-W     8:00a-5:00p     $65

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