CCA offers many resources to support students every step of the way during their academic journey.
Electrocardiograms (ECG or EKG) are tests that monitor a patient’s heart activity and measures the electrical impulse looking for patterns and rhythms to diagnose potential heart conditions. An EKG technician is trained to perform EKGs and stress tests on patients. Careers in the health field are growing fast, and EKG Technicians are needed in many healthcare facilities. Take the classes below to learn about performing EKGs, or couple with a few other courses to obtain the PCT Certificate.
Nurse aide or nursing assistants are an expanding role in the health care field. Working directly with a nurse, the nurse aid is essential in the care and lives of patients. Nurse aides are needed in every medical field and perform a variety of duties daily. These can include: bathing, feeding, making beds, taking vital signs, turning and positioning, observing, reporting and many other tasks that help patients and nurses. Nurse aides are always in demand in the rapid growing healthcare field.
Phlebotomy is the process of drawing blood from a patient and then taking the specimen to a lab for testing. Phlebotomists are specially trained to draw blood efficiently while also managing the specimen from start to finish, and ensuring the patient is confortable and informed. Phlebotomy is an ever-growing field, and trained professionals are high demand in a variety of healthcare locales. In order to become a phlebotomist, a certification must be attained. CCA’s will help prepare students for the exam, and provide the opportunity to go beyond phlebotomy to obtain a Patient Care Technician certificate.
Through CCA’s commitment to student success, policies are put in place to foster a safe learning environment.
Sexual Misconduct Procedure SP 4-120a
COLORADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
SYSTEM PRESIDENT'S PROCEDURE
SEXUAL MISCONDUCT PROCEDURE
EFFECTIVE: May 9, 2012
REVISED: July 11, 2013
REVISED: October 1, 2014
REVISED: January 20, 2015
REFERENCE: Board Policy (BP) 3-120 Affirmative Action/Anti-Discrimination; BP 4-120 Prohibition of Discrimination or Harassment; System President’s Procedure (SP) 3-120a and SP 4-120a Sexual Misconduct Procedure; SP 3-50b and SP 4-31a Civil Rights Grievance and Investigation Process for Employees and Students
Nancy J. McCallin, Ph.D.
Understanding the Procedure, Reporting Violations, and Accessing Services
The CCA community has the right to be free from sexual violence. All members of the CCA community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others. CCA is committed to a zero tolerance policy for sex/gender-based misconduct.
Confidential Reporting and Support call: 303-360-4790
Student's safety and well-being is a top priority at CCA.