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Triage Simulation

 

Triage Simulation

 

Triage Simulation

 
Adult Education Highlights

Adult Education

Mission & Vision

Mission Statement:  The Adult Workforce Education Division of Four County Career Center is committed to providing classes, services and programs for NW Ohio’s youth and adult population.  Equipped with technical skills and career development knowledge, our students will be better prepared for the challenges of today’s workforce.

Vision Statement: The Adult Workforce Education Division of Four County Career Center will be a premier facility offering outstanding programming in high demand occupations to students of all income and ability levels. These programs will incorporate the latest in technology, will be delivered by highly qualified instructors, and will offer career pathways, including college credit, to students who wish to pursue further training.


Welcome

Welcome to Four County Career Center Adult Workforce Education. We are here to help adults of all ages reach their personal and career goals. Whether you are trying to improve your skills for your current job, learn skills to enter a new career, or just want to learn something for your personal enrichment, please consider us as a resource.

  • Get the attention you deserve. Industry-experienced instructors deliver the personalized service and coaching that adult students need to be successful.
  • Get connected with other adults who share similar goals, interests, and talents that can link you to career opportunities.
  • Stay ahead of the competition. Earn critical business and industry certification and credentials and work toward a college degree.

    Our friendly staff and wide variety of offerings can help you take the next step toward your goals.

 

Four County Career Center and Northwest State Community College have partnered to offer a triage simulation for student training.  Unlike previous simulations that took place in the evening with advanced preparation by students, this simulation happened during class time, when students received a surprise call to action.  Students responded to a simulated explosion in the college's plastics lab.  Those who participated included senior registered nursing students at Northwest State, EMT students at Four County, as well as students and staff volunteers from both facilities.

There were approximately 15 victims, both student volunteers and mannequins, with varying levels of injuries and some who were deceased.  The entire simulation was also videotaped and reviewed with the students.  This simulation was designed to provide students with realistic training, which will help prepare them for careers in various health care and public service fields.

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