• Fort Hayes Career Center

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    Fort Hayes Career Center offers half-day career-technical education courses in health, construction, media arts, performing arts, visual arts, and transportation related programs. All classes are available on campus to prepare students for jobs in the community and the world.

  • ATTENTION: Fort Hayes Nursing Students for the 2018-2019 School Year

    Click HERE to download the complete packet for the Pathway to Nursing Program. Click HERE to download the Competency Evaluation Review.

    Review each document to see what must be accomplished prior to the start of the school year. The following information must be followed to ensure starting the new school year completely prepared for success:

    Pathway to Nursing, Fort Hayes Career Center
    Instructors: Julie Clark, BSN, RN and Carla Toles-Anthony, MSN, RN

    1. Forms to be completed - The letter is reference to what the student will be learning and the uniform color and shoes required. It also gave the same concepts found in the redbook which they can access online, if they are interested.

    Links to documents to download:
    https://www.ccsoh.us/cms/lib/OH01913306/Centricity/Domain/412/Forms to complete for Nursing Program.pdf

    https://www.ccsoh.us/cms/lib/OH01913306/Centricity/Domain/412/Competency Evaluation Review.pdf

    2. Finger-Print Request form
    Students who are 18 or older should check the box marked (Student Vocational Fee Waived $0). Fill out the form and bring their student ID to Columbus Education Center, 270 E. State Street, Room 103, Columbus, OH 43215, Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
    • Any High School Student under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
    • All High School Students must provide School Issued Picture ID
    The board of Education will send a spread sheet of who completed the FBI BCI check

    3. Policies and Procedures sheet that parents should read with their student. Parents and students should sign and return the form on the first day of school.

    4. History and Physical Sheet - Columbus State Community College (Do not return to Columbus State) Return to Class Instructor.
    • Have your physician fill out the form
    • Have your physician give you two 2-step TB test
    • One should be completed one week and then go back the next week to get another one completed.
    • If you have a chest x-ray that is less than three years old, this may substitute for the TB test. Also provide an immunization list with up-to-date immunizations

    5. Safety Letter - Parents, please read the safety letter with your student. Both parent and student must sign and bring back the first day of school.

    The Competency Evaluation Packet is an overview of what you will learn in class. Read each chapter and answer the questions with each chapter.

    Read, understand, and be prepared to work on the skills listed in the packet. This packet has been proven to help students take and pass the STNA exam. It goes over the content in detail and gives the student an opportunity to comprehend the NATCEP curriculum.

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  • Fort Hayes Career Center


    Construction


    Bricklaying & Concrete SystemsBricklayingandConcreteSystems

    • Learn bricklaying, concrete work, block laying, tuck pointing and stone work.
    • Gain the opportunity to work on projects such as building foundations and walls.
    • Earn an industry certification.
    • College credit available.


    Carpentry
    Carpentry

    • Learn the basic and advanced skills through actual work on-site at building and remodeling projects.
    • This class covers tool use, material selection, building design, cabinetry and more.
    • Earn an industry certification.
    • College credit available.


    Construction Electricity
    ConstructElec

    • Gain the skills necessary to install and maintain electrical systems in residential and commercial buildings.
    • Study circuitry, national and local codes and the fundamentals of electricity.
    • Prepare to enter a four-year apprenticeship program.
    • Earn an industry certification.
    • College credit available.


    Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
    HVAC

    • Participate in a hands-on environment focusing on heating and cooling unit installation, maintenance, and repair.
    • Learn to troubleshoot and solve heating and cooling problems.
    • Industry certification opportunities.
    • College credit available.


    Welding
    Welding

    • Develop skills in several types of welding and cutting, brazing, blueprint reading, fabrication and manufacturing.
    • Training may lead to job placement in senior year.
    • Earn an industry certification.
    • College credit available. 

     

    Health

    Bioscience TechnologyBioscienceTech

    • Discover how living organisms like cells, plants and animals can be used to solve real life problems related to crime, hunger, the environment, nutrition, and health.
    • Use scientific inquiry in areas of microbiology, DNA, proteins, immunology, and bioethics.
    • Sharpen lab skills such as micropipetting, aseptic technique, pouring, inoculating, and streaking agar plates.


    Dental Assisting
    DentalAssisting

    • Develop the skills necessary to assist dentists and hygienists with patient care, office tasks, and lab duties.
    • Successful students may transition to a post-secondary institution in a time-shortened related program.
    • Industry certification opportunities.
    • College credit available.

    Fitness & WellnessFitness & Wellness

    • Pursue your interest in sport, recreation, health, and/or fitness.
    • Trainers, instructors, managers and programmers are needed to address the wellness needs of the general public or specific clients/populations.
    • Successful students will be certified in First Aid and CPR, along with industry certification opportunities.
    • College credit available.


    Medical Assisting
    Medical Assisting

    • Learn to help care for patients primarily in medical offices and clinics.
    • Medical Assistants are multi-skilled professionals who assist in patient care management, clinical and administrative duties.
    • Successful students may transition to partnering post-secondary institutions to complete the requirements for the Medical Assisting Associate's or Bachelor's Degree in a time-shortened program.
    • College credit available.


    Medical Laboratory Technician
    Medical Lab Tech

    • Gain the skills necessary to perform diagnostic procedures in the health care setting, such as chemical analysis of body fluids, classification of blood cells, identification of disease producing microorganisms, and the selection of compatible donor blood for transfusion.
    • Successful students may complete the requirements for the Medical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree at the Columbus State Community College in a time-shortened program.
    • College credit available.


    Nursing
    Nursing

    • Develop skills to care for patients who are ill, injured, or disabled.
    • Prepare for a career working in hospitals or nursing homes under the direction of nurses and doctors.
    • Successful students will be qualified to take the State Test for Nurse Assisting and may transition to partnering post-secondary institutions to complete the requirements to become a Registered Nurse in a time-shortened program.
    • College credit available.


    Surgical Technology/CCP SterilizationSurgical Tech

    • Receive training in the field of surgical technology.
    • The surgical technologist is a vital member of the allied health field of professionals who works under the supervision of surgeons and nurses delivering patient care.
    • Successful students may complete the requirements for the Surgical Technology Certificate at the Columbus State Community College in a time-shortened program.
    • College credit available.

     

    Media Arts

    Audio ProductionAudio

    • Learn how to become an audio engineer in a recording studio.
    • Discover the principles of sound, microphone techniques mixing and mastering.
    • Gain experience using Pro Tools, the industry-standard in digital audio editing.
    • College credit available.


    Filmmaking & Television ProductionFilm & TV Prod

    • Acquire the main aspects of live, multiple-camera, television studio, and radio productions.
    • Operate high-definition studio cameras, video productions switchers, character generators, professional videotape recorders, and audio mixing consoles.
    • Produce a regularly scheduled campus newscast and develop hands-on skills necessary to produce, direct and engineer live television studio productions from script to credits.
    • College credit available.

     

    Performing Arts

    Dance PerformanceDance

    • Study and perform the different genres of dance including jazz, ballet, tap, music video, and modern styles.
    • Focus on anatomy and physiology, choreography and physical training.
    • Practical application of skills is reinforced through production labs and actual performance.
    • College credit available.


    Music Performance
    Music Performance

    • Explore music-related career opportunities, including career identification, required skill sets, organized labor within the industry, and personal portfolio development.
    • Learn the main aspects of multi-track audio recording and apply newly acquired skills through production labs and actual performances.
    • College credit available.


    Theater Performance
    Theater

    • Foster your talents in the areas of acting, directing, basic lighting, stagecraft, sound, set construction, and other aspects of the theater.
    • Practice and develop basic skills in an authentic theater environment.
    • College credit available.

     

    Transportation

    Automotive Collision RepairAutoCollision

    • Launch your career in the collision repair industry.
    • Receive instruction in vehicle design and manufacture, basic collision repair and refinishing technologies, proper usage of tools, equipment, and materials.
    • Industry certification opportunities.
    • College credit available.


    Automotive Technology
    AutoTech

    • Obtain the skills needed for an entry-level position in auto mechanics including alignment, steering, braking systems, and electronics.
    • Industry certification opportunities.
    • College credit available.

     

    Visual Arts

    Art Portfolio

     

    Art Portfolio

    • Receive an intensive introduction to the discipline of free-hand drawing and illustration.
    • Emphasis is on media, concepts, drawing from observation, two and three dimensional studies and individual technique development.
    • College credit available.


    Graphic Arts & Design

    Graphic Arts & Design

    • Explore all aspects of the graphics communications industry.
    • Develop skills in computer design, photography, imaging, and printing in digital and large-format operations.
    • Earn an Adobe Certified Associate Certification.
    • College credit available.


    Photography

    • Learn the principles of continuous-tone photography and digital photography.

      Photography

    • Composition, lighting, manipulative functions, operative settings, and focus control of cameras and enlargers is emphasized.
    • Computer hardware and software for electronic manipulation of images is taught to allow students to print their work in a variety of sizes.
    • College credit available.

     

     

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