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AAPC CPC National Coding Certification Preparation Review Course (Optional) (AHP-329E)

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AAPC CPC National Coding Certification Prep Review Course, Course 28481, Tues & Thurs, Feb 14-28, 6-9 PM, Remote-Live, Exam: Sat, March 4, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.  On Campus: CH-153, 23 hours, 6 sessions     Instructor: JoAnn Baker, CCS, COC, CPC

This course is a review to prepare students to sit for the AAPC CPC exam. Instruction will review requirements for exam, overview of examination details, techniques to improve speed, test taking tips, in-class practice exam and individual assessment of coding skills to determine exam readiness. Student must have extensive coding experience in the classroom or through employment. Certification will increase chances of employment opportunities. Exam may be taken online or at a local testing center. CCM Students with a voucher will have 2 attempts to pass the exam. For more information, please contact Justin White at 801-800-8797 or Justin.White@AAPC.com for special CCM student pricing

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Start date

02/14/2023

End date

03/04/2023

Location

Remote Live

$ 299.00

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Accounting Basics for Non-Accountants (BDT-161E)

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Accounting Basics for Non-Accountants, Course 88231, Wed, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
On Campus: CH 156, 9 hours, 3 sessions     Instructor: Robert Murray, CPA, CMA

PREREQUISITE:  This is an introductory course on the basics of accounting.  A personal computer with Windows 10 is helpful, but not required for this course.  A computer and computer skills are required for the next classes in this program series.

If you have never had a bookkeeping or accounting course and the words t-account, debit and credit entries, sound like a foreign language, you need to start here to advance in this series.  Understanding the theories and practices behind accounting, which is the process of recording financial transactions and then summarizing, analyzing, and reporting these transactions, is the basis of this class. 

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Start date

09/21/2022

End date

10/05/2022

Location

Main Campus of CCM

$ 229.00

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Accounting Fundamentals (BDT-124E)

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Accounting Fundamentals & More, Course 88232, Wed, 6:30-9:30 PM (Mandatory Orientation 10/12, 6:30-7:30 PM)

On Campus: CH 156, 15 hours, 6 sessions     Instructor: Robert Murray, CPA, CMA

PREREQUISITE: Accounting Basics for Non-Accountants, or accounting/bookkeeping knowledge or prior work experience REQUIRED. Students should have a personal computer with Windows 10 AND have strong computer skills.

Apply double entry bookkeeping and then dig deeper into the analysis and recording of financial transactions and financial statements. Get hands-on experience in accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes and common banking activities. Understand the role of the three main accounting statements:  balance sheet, income statement and cash flow. This course is a prerequisite for QuickBooks.

 

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Start date

10/12/2022

End date

11/16/2022

Location

Main Campus of CCM

$ 379.00

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Advanced R Programming for Data Science (CPC-603E)

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Advanced R Programming for Data Science, Course 88882, Tues & Thurs, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Remote-Live, 10 hours, 5 sessions     Instructor: Kelly Fitzpatrick, MA, CFA, Tableau Desktop Specialist

PREREQUISITE: Proficient knowledge of MS Excel and the Introduction to R Programming course or some programming knowledge.
The course will expand on the topics covered in the Introduction to R Programming course. Advanced topics include the use of the Tidyverse and learning the ggplot2, dplyr and tidyr packages. In addition, advanced data science methods such as k-means, clustering and dendrograms will be covered. Students will need to save their work to their local computer or a flash drive.

 

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Start date

08/25/2022

End date

09/08/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 499.00

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Anatomy for Healthcare Professionals (AHP-301E)

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Anatomy for Healthcare Professionals, Course 88473, Mon and Thurs, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

CH 210, 24 hours, 8 sessions     Instructor: Michelle Sykes, MD

This class introduces the medical coder to the gross anatomy of the 11 functional organ systems of the human body. The medical coder develops skills to apply anatomy fundamentals to a medical record. The medical coder will gain an understanding of the anatomy organs referenced in medical procedures and diagnosing coding. *Textbook required. Visit https://ccm.edu/workforce/textbook-information

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Start date

10/24/2022

End date

11/17/2022

Location

Main Campus of CCM

$ 399.00

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AutoCAD 2D Level 1 (CAD-122E)

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AutoCAD Level 1: Fundamentals, Course 88341, Sat, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

AME 134, 32 Hours, 8 Sessions     Instructor: Anthony Gaffney, BA

This course is a comprehensive introduction for new AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT software users.  It incorporates the features, commands and techniques for creating, editing, annotating and printing 2D drawings with AutoCAD.  Focused applications for this level include the majority of Draw and Modify tools, Annotation tools for creating text, dimensions and leaders; Creating and Editing Block definitions; Hatching; Page setups with Layouts and titleblocks for plotting, printing and creating PDFs. This course will give the new AutoCAD user a comprehensive foundation to build upon, or update existing AutoCAD users’ skills with the latest release.

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Start date

10/01/2022

End date

12/03/2022

Location

Main Campus of CCM

$ 629.00

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Blueprint Reading and Measurements (WDT-145E)

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Blueprint Reading and Measurements, Course 88151, Wed, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
AME 103, 6 hours, 1 session     Instructor: Anthony Horbert, AAS, CSWA, CSWPA-WD, CSWPA-SM

Learn how to read shop and engineering blueprints and how to fabricate parts and perform assembly operations. Learn current drafting standards and blueprint reading techniques, review standard lines and symbols, sketching techniques, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, drawings, dimensions, tolerances, sectional views, title block information, machining specifications and specialized forms of engineering drawings. Learn how to draw principal and isometric views and understand how blueprints and tolerances relate to the manufacturing process.

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Start date

10/05/2022

End date

10/05/2022

Location

Main Campus of CCM

$ 199.00

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Business Analytics with Excel (CPC-635E)

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Business Analytics with Excel, Course 88874, Tues and Thurs, 6:30-8:30 PM

Remote-Live, 8 hours, 4 sessions     Instructor: Rreze Zejnullahi-Berisha, MA

PREREQUISITE: Proficient/intermediate knowledge of MS Excel.
Learn how data science is applied in business. Explore concepts in correlation, regression analysis, hypothesis testing and multivariate analysis. Learn how correlation helps to understand portfolio diversification and design. ‘What If’ analysis will be covered utilizing the Solver and Goal Seek features of Excel. Students will need to save their work to their local computer or a flash drive.

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Start date

09/13/2022

End date

09/22/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 299.00

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C101 - Initial Interviewing Process (ADC-557E)

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C101 - Initial Interviewing Process, Course 88271, Tues and Thurs, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Remote-Live, 6 hours, 2 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Learn to create a therapeutic alliance with the client by incorporating skills in listening, processing, and providing feedback and demonstrate through role- playing the following eight skills: attending, paraphrasing, reflection of feeling, summarizing, probing, interpreting, providing information and feedback, and appropriate use of self-disclosure.

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Start date

09/20/2022

End date

09/22/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 99.00

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C102 - Biopsychosocial Assessment (ADC-917E)

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C102 - Biopsychosocial Assessment, Course 88272, Tues and Thurs, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Remote-Live, 12 hours, 4 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Gather data systematically from the client and other available collateral sources using screening instruments and other methods that are sensitive to age, developmental level, culture, and gender; describe the behavioral, psychological, physical health, and social effects of psychoactive substances on the person using, and on significant others; determine the client's readiness for treatment and change as well as the needs of others involved in the current situation and based on the initial action plan, take specific steps to initiate an admission or referral and ensure follow through.

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Start date

09/27/2022

End date

10/06/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 198.00

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C103 - Diagnostic Summaries (ADC-918E)

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C103 - Diagnostic Summaries, Course 88273, Mon and Wed, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Remote-Live, 12 hours, 4 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Develop a written diagnostic summary; document ongoing treatment needs; formulate mutually agreed upon goals, objectives, and treatment methods based upon assessment finding; define the terms reliability, validity, and sample population; develop a familiarity with the recognized assessment instruments; select, administer, score, and interpret to clients the results of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug assessment; assess client's immediate needs by evaluating observed behavior and other relevant information; administer appropriate evidence-based screening and assessment instruments and analyze and interpret the data to determine treatment recommendations.

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Start date

10/11/2022

End date

10/20/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 198.00

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C104 - Differential Diagnosis (ADC-919E)

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C104 - Diagnostic Differential, Course 88274, Tues and Thurs, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Remote-Live, 12 hours, 4 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Describe the logic, purpose and function of the DSM diagnostic system and the organizational scheme of its categories; list criteria for substance abuse and Use Disorder; list frequently encountered differential diagnoses; describe clinical presentations of co-occurring diagnoses; describe ways in which substance use disorder and mental health diagnoses can interact and recognize the potential for them to mimic a variety of medical and mental health conditions and screen for psychoactive substance toxicity, intoxication, and withdrawal symptoms.

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Start date

10/25/2022

End date

11/03/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 198.00

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C105 - Pharmacology (ADC-543E)

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C105 - Pharmacology, Course 88275, Tues and Thurs, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Remote-Live, 6 hours, 2 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Define the meaning of psychopharmacology; identify the major structural and functional units of the brain; identify the major neurotransmitters within the nervous system; explain the mechanism of action of neurotransmitters within the CNS; define the meaning of half-life, therapeutic dose, effective and lethal dose; distinguish between tolerance and withdrawal; distinguish between fat and water solubility; and describe effects of various drugs of abuse on the major physiological body systems.

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Start date

11/08/2022

End date

11/10/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 99.00

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C107 - Compulsive Gambling (ADC-545E)

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C107 - Compulsive Gambling, Course 88277, Tues and Thurs, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Remote-Live, 6 hours, 2 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, CADC, ACS, CCS

Understand the nature of Gambling Disorder; identify and assess disordered gamblers; recognize types of gamblers and stages of a gambling problem; identify vulnerable population and at-risk personality characteristics and design gambling treatment plans and course of recovery, including aftercare.

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Start date

11/15/2022

End date

11/17/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 99.00

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C405 - Addiction Recovery & Family Psychological Education (ADC-552E)

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C405 - Addiction Recovery & Family Psychological Education (ADC-552E), Course 58275, Tues & Thurs, 6 - 9 PM
Remote-Live, 6 hours, 2 sessions     Instructor: Ronald Faines, LCADC, ACS, CCS

Understand the characteristics and dynamics of families, couples, and significant others affected by substance use; be familiar with and appropriately use models of diagnosis and intervention for families, couples, and significant others, including extended, kinship, or tribal family structures; facilitate the engagement of selected members of the family or significant others in the treatment and recovery process; assist families, couples, and significant others in understanding the interaction between the family system and substance use behaviors and assist families, couples, and significant others in adopting strategies and behaviors that sustain recovery and maintain healthy relationships
 

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Start date

08/16/2022

End date

08/18/2022

Location

Remote Live

$ 99.00

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C402 - Psychological Client Education

12-JUL-22 - 14-JUL-22

$  99.00
$ 99.00

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