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Currently certified AHA Instructors can utilize this site for easy access to the most current forms, guidelines and course information.

Please contact Cherri Lynch clynch@iwcc.edu with questions!

How do I Complete this Course?

  1. Create an account (found on the log-in page: use the "log in" link at the upper right corner of this screen)
  2. Verify your account registration through an email that was generated to the address you provided
  3. Enroll yourself into the course using the password preceptor

Is an online Course Right for Me?

This online course offers 2 CEU credits (optional) and will give you some good information regarding head injuries and the recognition of those injuries based on the anatomy of the brain. 

 

This course is designed to meet the Iowa requirements for a Nebraska EMT-Basic to transition to Iowa as and EMT-Basic.

EMT Transition Topics to equip the EMT-Basic with the components to transition to the new EMT level as outlined by the Iowa Bureau of EMS transition guidelines.

This course will include using and writing objectives and lesson planning for the flipped classroom.

Our welding technology programs combine classroom instruction and hands on practical experience utilizing state-of-the-art

equipment. Obtain skills in welding with each process in all positions, and in different metals and alloys, such as aluminum

and stainless steel. Learn the necessary skills to weld beyond the manufacturing field into the world of customized welding.

Readies you for advanced welding techniques, stick welding or TIG welding. Students completing the program will test SMAW or

GMAW process in A36 (mild steel) 3/8" plate 1G position. If you prequalify, you will test for qualification. Completion of the

course does not guarantee qualification. Successful completion of this program will earn you 3 hours of college credit for ARC

Welding! 


This course is designed to provide giudelines and resources to adjunct instructors to assist in successful outcomes in the classroom.

Our welding technology programs combine classroom instruction and hands on practical experience utilizing state-of-the-art

equipment. Obtain skills in welding with each process in all positions, and in different metals and alloys, such as aluminum

and stainless steel. Learn the necessary skills to weld beyond the manufacturing field into the world of customized welding.

Readies you for advanced welding techniques, stick welding or TIG welding. Students completing the program will test SMAW or

GMAW process in A36 (mild steel) 3/8" plate 1G position. If you prequalify, you will test for qualification. Completion of the

course does not guarantee qualification. Successful completion of this program will earn you 3 hours of college credit for ARC

Welding! 

Join Curtis Olson, BSN, BA, RN, EMT-P, CEN as he discusses evaluation and diagnosis of non cardiac chest pain in the emergency department.  Upon completion of this 1 hour program, the participant will be able:

  • Discuss current protocols for triaging patients with chest pain
  • Discuss common non cardiac chest pain acute diagnosis
  • Identify atypical and typical presentations of cardiac and non cardiac chest pain

This program has been approved for 1.2 contact hours. Iowa Western is an Iowa Board of Nursing approved provider #6.

Anatomy & Medical Terminology for Medical Billing Specialist program.

Welcome to Coaching Authorization
October 2012

This is our home page for this hybrid class.  Hybrid means you will meet some of the time plus you will do online assignments.  You do not have to be a computer wizard to be successful in this class.  But you will need an email address and a willingness to learn how to do some simple online assignments.  If you ever start to feel lost, you can always contact me  -  Mike Wulbecker   -  402.639.6833.  Below you will see a rough schedule and directions on how to get started.  My wish is that this class can be a great start to a successful coaching career.
Please start by going to lessons at the top of the page and find pre-course assignments.  These assignments need to be completed before we meet the first time.

 

 

Saturday, October 9           First Meeting              9-5pm           Sports Medicine Seminar       Kanseville Building

Tuesday, October 12         Sports Psychology   6:30-9pm        ICN Rooms to be announced

Tuesday, October 19         Sports Physiology    6:30-9pm        ICN Rooms to be announced

Tuesday, October 26         Sports Pedagogy      6:30-9pm        ICN Rooms to be announced

I will list the Ethic link here so anyone can start early.  Please turn in your ethics registration to put your ethis stamp on the certificate.

http://instructor.iwcc.cc.ia.us/mwulbecker/ethics/ethics3/ethics3start.htm

 

Welcome to Coaching Authorization February 2013

This is our home page for this hybrid class.  Hybrid means you will meet some of the time plus you will do online assignments.  You do not have to be a computer wizard to be successful in this class.  But you will need an email address and a willingness to learn how to do some simple online assignments.  If you ever start to feel lost, you can always contact me  -  Mike Wulbecker   -  402.639.6833.  Below you will see a rough schedule and directions on how to get started.  My wish is that this class can be a great start to a successful coaching career. Please start by going to early start homework.  These assignments need to be completed before we meet the first time.

Professional Medical Coding Spring 2014

Microprocessors I Lab consists of experiments in microprocessors designed to support A+ certification. Students build, configure, upgrade, and repair microcomputer systems while using diagnostic programs. Co-requisite: Microprocessors I.

Microprocessors I is a study of microprocessor systems theory and service in support of A+ certification. Basic computer operation, troubleshooting, construction, operating systems, input/output, disk drives, peripherals, and advanced architectures are examined. Co-requisite: Microprocessors I Lab.

Circuit Analysis I Lab includes basic experiments in electric circuits. It includes series and parallel circuits, and basic instrumentation. Students conduct experiments involving Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws and Thevenin's Theorem. Troubleshooting technique for basic electric circuits is also covered. Co-requisite: Circuit Analysis I.


Digital Circuits I Lab consists of laboratory experiments involving all digital circuits analyzed in the associated lecture courses. Students build and test experimental circuits and use troubleshooting techniques with digital instrumentation. Co-requisite: Digital Circuits I.




Digital Circuits I covers numbering systems to include binary, octal, and hexadecimal that lead into an analysis of logic circuitry. Students explore gating circuits, combinational logic, counters, and registers. Co-requisite: Digital Circuits I Lab.

Circuit Analysis I introduces the principles of electric circuits. It includes the study of voltage, current, resistance, power, energy, magnetism, electromagnetism, capacitors, inductors, and transformers. Students analyze these devices in series, parallel, seriesparallel circuits as well as motors and generators, using AC and DC voltage. Co-requisite: Circuit Analysis I Lab.

Technical Mathematics includes operations with real numbers, use of fractions, ratios, measurement conversion, algebraic equations, functions, geometry, and right angle trigonometry. Applications are designed to the program specific needs that students encounter in industrial settings.

Mechanical Power Transmission is designed to give students an overview of the terminology, theory of operation, and specific devices involved in the movement of energy. Belts, chains, gears, shafts, hydraulics, and pneumatics will be examined. Emphasis will be on systems used in wind energy.

Electricity I introduces the basics of AC and DC electricity, motors, generators, the use of test equipment, and circuit diagrams. Students will develop an understanding of the characteristics of voltage, current, resistance, power, and the laws governing the relationships between them. Students will use this understanding to develop troubleshooting skills. 


Renewable Energy Workplace Safety provides a framework for students to develop a thorough understanding of safety requirements in the renewable energy workplace, the reason for these requirements, and how to determine if individuals and facilities are meeting those requirements. Emphasis is placed on requirements unique to renewable energy worksites.


Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers gives students experience with programmable devices commonly used in the wind energy industry. Students will study the theory of PLC operation and use their understanding to create and troubleshoot programs.

Introduction to Renewable Energy provides students with a survey of the wind, solar and alternative fuel industries. Students study the development, construction, and operation of wind farms, solar farms and alternative fuels systems.