SER Grant Awarded to CCE

SER Grant Awarded for Office Training.  

The Corporate and Community Education Division’s Office Education, Business and Finance Department was awarded the Request for Proposal (RFP) in partnership with SER Jobs for Progress, Inc. and Workforce Solutions Alamo.   

This RFP pays tuition and fees, enabling individuals receiving unemployment benefits the opportunity to receive training in General Office and Customer Service disciplines. 

This training contract, totaling $165,944, will be ongoing until September 2013 with the option of continuing 4 more years. 

EMT - Field Exercise Training

Palo Alto College
Corporate and Community Education Division
EMT Course - Field Exercise Training

Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013, the students of the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course geared up for their field exercise training at 9 a.m. Course coordinator, Jennifer Nottingham, arranged for several different scenarios to be set-up, requiring the students to use their knowledge gained from the class in a hands-on approach.

(EMT students pictured above, from left to right: Hannah Walik, Dylan Bukowski, Kevin Kozowyk, Sergio Guerra, Roy Hernandez, Garrett Mercer, Shelly Ryan, Rene Flores)

Actors and moulage artists were on scene to imitate real-life injuries these students would have to treat daily while working as a certified EMT. From broken arms to burns and blood loss, these students were put to the test on dealing with everyday stresses EMT's face.

(Students medically assisting actors during scene pictured right)

(moulage created by artists to imitate real-life injuries pictured left)

To learn more about our EMT program or find out how to register, call 210-486-3400 or log onto our website.

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