Continuing Education offers a selection of stand-alone courses each term that do not lead to a credential.
NOTE: Every course is not offered in every term. Click the Check Availability button to view course details and to register.
Arrhythmia Interpretation – HLTH10229
Review cardiac mechanical anatomy and electrical structures. Using a systematic approach, learn to recognize and interpret cardiac arrhythmias, understand their causes, clinical manifestations and management. Prerequisite: Must be a Health Care Professional (RN, RPN, Paramedic, Pharmacy Tech, nursing student, etc.). Equivalent to: NRSG10060.
Gentle Persuasive Approaches – HSCI10232
An innovative, 4-module dementia-care curriculum based on a person-centred approach to care. The curriculum is evidence-based, interactive, and practical. Understand responsive behaviours so you can effectively and appropriately respond in a workplace setting. GPA includes respectful, self-protective, and gentle redirection techniques for use when catastrophic behaviours do occur. Visit ce.mohawkcollege.ca/gpa for more details.
Health Assessment – HSCI10151
Develop skill in conducting a complete physical examination and health assessment for adults facing health challenges and life transitions. Focus on history taking, examination skills, health promotion techniques and clinical decision making.
Human Anatomy and Physiology – HSCI10027
Diploma level anatomy and physiology course designed for students in Health Sciences or Health Care programs. Study the human body and apply the knowledge gained through assignments, projects and class discussions. Suitable for admission to Health Care programs and may be considered for advanced standing. Prerequisite: Grade 11 U or C biology or equivalent.
Icentia CardioSTAT ECG Analysis and Reporting – HSCI10239
Develop advanced ambulatory ECG analysis and reporting skills using Icentia’s CardioSTAT ECG analysis reporting tool (EART) software. EART software is an adjunct to the CardioSTAT ambulatory long-term ECG monitor. Visit ce.mohawkcollege.ca/icentia for more information.
Intravenous Therapy - RN/RPN – NRSGNSC90
Intended for RNs/RPNs who work with individuals who are receiving IV therapy. Covers anatomy and physiology, types of IV solutions, variety of equipment used, initiating IV therapy (venipuncture) and appropriate nursing care. Understand generally accepted practices for IV therapy. Certification for the skill remains the responsibility of the employing agency. Proof of current RN/RPN registration with the CNO required.
Pharmacology Theory Review for Nurses – NRSG10096
Review and update the skills and knowledge of the RN/RPN in the area of pharmacology and medication administration. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge of drug groups, both traditional and non-traditional such as natural herbs, in terms of actions, uses, adverse reactions, special considerations, and application of the nursing process.
Phlebotomy Training – MLSC10040
Introduces the theory and techniques required for safe practice in Phlebotomy, when collecting both venous and capillary blood samples.
Preparatory Biology – BIOL10006
Examine the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Examine the structure of the cell and human body systems.