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This course is a comprehensive review for students wanting to receive their High School Equivalency Diploma. Students will prepare to take the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC). This test replaced the GED test for New York State in 2014. The focus of the classes will be on reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. TASC testing is determined by pre-test scores and
instructor recommendation. Students may require more than one session of preparation prior to testing. This class will include homework. Students should bring notebook and pen/pencil. The recommended book for this course is Kaplanâ€™s New TASC with two Practice Tests.
TASC is a claimed trademark
GED is a trademarked term.
This course is for students who have progressed though TASC I but need additional review in order to sit for the TASC exam. This course will include review of reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. This class will include homework. Students should bring notebook and pen/pencil. The required book for this course is Kaplanâ€™s New TASC with two Practice Tests. (2016). Instructor: J. Dayton â€“ Wolf
This camp is designed for the serious player as well as the beginner. Instruction concentrates on the basic fundamentals of baseball, including hitting, fielding, pitching, throwing, and base running. In addition, the camp includes intense work on learning and improving skills, effective drills, and developing proper work habits. Campers are placed into an appropriate group based on age and ability. Campers have the opportunity to learn about more than one position during the specialty groups. The goal is to make sure campers leave with a greater knowledge of baseball and love of the game. The camper-to-coach ratio is 12:1.
Dress and Gear: Please bring glove, bat, baseball hat, long athletic pants, athletic footwear (rubber spikes/sneakers), and a reusable/refillable water bottle as well as topical insect repellent and topical sun block (spray form not permitted). Catchers should bring a chest protector, helmet, shin guards, and facemask, if they have them. Note: Every camper who registers by July 11 receives a camp T-shirt.
Lunch: Please bring a lunch that requires no refrigeration.
Educational Leader: Steve Freer, SUNY Ulsters Head Mens Baseball Coach, has coached at every level from Little League to college baseball. A top athlete and graduate of Saugerties High School, Mr. Freer played college baseball at St. Johns University and was member of the 1988 Big East Champions. Mr. Freer has also taught at many camps and clinics.
Learn to look at strategies for modifying substance abuse services for criminal justice clients by helping the clinician to learn how to intervene with criminal thinking. This course will look to describe and provide examples of common criminal thinking errors in the offender population, helping mental health practitioners become more aware of thinking errors and thinking distortions and assisting change agents in facilitating the criminal thinking process.
In this half-day workshop, students are presented with the critical relationship between energy efficiency and the need for ventilation within homes for both new construction and existing homes. The workshop focus includes the NYS Code requirements for energy efficiency as well as the national standards for ventilation. Real-world examples of condensation issues and other impacts are provided. The course also provides attendees with the necessary information to make proper design and HVAC product selections to enhance indoor environmental quality. The course has been designed specifically for building professionals, contractors and tradesmen, code officials and home inspectors. Approved for 2 BPI CEUs.
Instructor: P. Strocchia
This course contains an overview of Allen Bradley controller architecture, hardware, programming, ladder logic and troubleshooting. The course includes a hands-on lab component. Course is appropriate for engineering students who are looking to gain knowledge in this area as well as for engineers looking for professional development hours. This course includes a lab component. Suggested Prerequisite: Electrical Theory Approved for 24 PDHs
Equipment: Laptop (suggested but not required)
Written exam for Building Analyst
This is the written exam for BPI Envelope Professional
Approved by the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), the Medical Transcription Editor program focuses on teaching the skills needed to work as a medical transcriptionist and medical transcription editor. Students study medical terminology, anatomy, healthcare documentation, and editing theory and technique, among other topics, as well as, developing and practicing their typing and listening skills on hundreds of authentic, employer-provided dictations from a variety of specialties. In addition to one-on-one instructor support and personalized support, students receive 10 textbooks, a transcription foot pedal, a 15-month membership to AHDI, and a 15-month subscription to an online reference library.
Learn how to optimize the performance of heating equipment to help save energy and ensure occupant comfort, health, and safety. Prerequisite: BPI Building Analyst training.
Section I: Knowledge of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse 85 Course Hours
Basic Knowledge: Physical and Pharmacological Effects
Overview of the Addiction Field
Diversity of Intervention and Treatment Approaches
Introduction to Diagnostic Criteria
Twelve Step and Mutual Aid Groups
Toxicology Testing and Screening
Section II: Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Counseling 150 Course Hours
Counseling Special Populations/Cultural Competence
Effects on the Family/Counseling Families and Significant Others
Theories on Human Development and the Relationship to Substance Abuse
Health, Wellness and Communicable Diseases
Section III: Assessment; Clinical Evaluation; Treatment Planning; Case Management; Patient, Family & Community Educationâ€”70 Course Hours
Assessment and Evaluation
Treatment Planning, Record Keeping and Discharge Planning
Case Management, Referral and Service Coordination
Patient, Family, and Community Education and Prevention
Section IV: Professional and Ethical Responsibilities 45 Course Hours
Ethical Decision Making and Conduct
Confidentiality and Legal Issues
Child Abuse and Maltreatment: Mandated Reporter Training
The BPI Field Test will be given by appointment. Testing will be done in our Kelder Test House located in Stone Ridge, NY. Field tests are subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.
The BPI Envelope Professional Field Test will be given by appointment. Field tests are subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.
The BPI Heating Professional Field Test will be given by appointment. Testing will be done in our Kelder Test house located in Stone Ridge, NY. Field tests are subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.
Approved by the National Healthcareer Association, this 6 month, 200 hour program is designed to prepare students to earn the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) credential. Students learn Microsoft Word and Excel, healthcare documentation and reimbursement, medical terminology, basic anatomy, and medical office management skills. Students receive e-books and a voucher to take the CCBMA exam after course completion.
This course teaches medical terminology from an anatomical approach. This course serves as a foundation for all other medical courses in this series.
The course covers the proper recording of business transactions, the principles of double-entry bookkeeping, bank reconciliations, journals and ledgers, the preparation of trial balances, financial reports, and other basic accounting principles.