Venipuncture for Healthcare Providers
This course will review the basics of insertion, maintenance, and removal of an IV line.
CPR Assessment (Hybrid)
Preparatory class for students to be ready to take the test for certification. Prior to registering for this class the student must first complete the online program offered through AHA at www.onlineaha.org
LPN Refresher (Online)
This course is for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) who have been out of practice longer than 4 years or those who have let their license expire. Students should contact LSBPNE prior to enrolling. The course is self-paced, online and covers all topics of the LPN in Louisiana including law, nursing process, documentation, infection control, pharmacology, basic and advanced skills, geriatrics, medical surgical, obstetrics, and pediatric nursing. The course consists of eleven modules with an exam for each. Successful completion of the course must occur with an 80% or better before a temporary permit can be obtained.
IV Therapy (Hybrid – Online and Lab Component)
This course is designed for Licensed Practical Nurses desiring certification in IV Therapy. The implications for intravenous therapy (IV Therapy) including equipment/devices used, anatomy/ physiology, methods and techniques, infection control measures, safety, complications, and related issues are discussed. The role of the practical nurse related to legal and ethical considerations of intravenous therapy and supervised lab performance are integral parts of this course. The course is a 30 hour online course followed by on–site hand-on skills testing. On-hands can be conducted at your facility or at Fletcher.
Phlebotomy Refresher Course and Examination (Online)
This course is for students who are already familiar with phlebotomy techniques and principles and require recertification and national examination. The course will review both didactic and laboratory skills of phlebotomy principles with the intention for taking the certification examination. Further review materials are located at http://nhanow.com
Investigating Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
This class is designed for law enforcement, social workers and coroner investigators but everyone should definitely register. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of deaths in infants 1 to 12 months old. Come experience the aspects of a real investigation and then take part in a 1 hour fact-finding reenactment with the instructor who has 30 years of experience in investigations.
So You want to Learn about Forensics?
Forensics is an interesting field and highly sought after career path. Hear from a Senior Forensics Investigator who has been in the field for 30 years take you through actual cases worked as the case is explained. From crime scenes to investigation you will see case photos and discuss what happens behind the scenes that you never see as a citizen. Be ready to ask all those forensics questions you don’t know who to ask? Is one of them “How do you become a forensics investigator?” Enroll and find out!