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Monitoring Nitrous Oxide Use - (Hybrid)

$320

with Shannon Farrell & Katrina Magee

Calendar Next available session starts Aug 27, 2022 at 8:30 am
1 additional session on Nov 5, 2022

This course prepares dental assistants and dental hygienists to monitor nitrous oxide use during dental procedures.  Upon successful completion of the course, the participant will meet the qualifications stipulated by the NH Board of Dental Examiners.

Online portion: Must be completed prior to attending clinical portion

Clinical portion times: 8:30am - 1:30pm

Session 1 - Online portion from 8/27 - 9/10/22

                  In person at NHTI - 9/10/22

Session 2 - Online portion from 11/5/22 - 11/19/22

                  In person at NHTI - 11/19/22

 

CEUs: 6 Hours

Prerequisites:  RDH, ADA Graduate Dental Assistant or proof of completion of POI and ICP courses. (Must submit certificates.)

Please email your certificates/diploma to nhtibtc@ccsnh.edu as an attachment. Thank you.

Personal Protective Equipment Requirements: Students must provide their own PPE. This class requires a face mask.

PLEASE NOTE: You will NOT be officially registered and a seat will not be reserved for you until ALL necessary paperwork as well as payment is submitted.

Digital Photography (13680)

$720

with Kiera Reese

Calendar Next available session starts Aug 29, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 16 weeks

VRTS 140C - Digital Photography
Thursdays, 1:00-3:00 pm; Little Hall, Room 205;   3 credits

This course addresses digital camera operation, a variety of file types, digital photo editing and printing procedures. Digital camera capabilities will be learned through a series of project-based assignments, lectures, demonstrations, and critiques. Formal emphasis is placed on the creative use of camera controls, composition, exposure, digital imaging software (including Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop®) and an awareness of critical issues in contemporary photography. Scanning and printing techniques will also be included. Students are required to provide their own digital camera and media cards for storing image files. The camera must be capable of full manual control and capturing RAW files. Although all work can be accomplished on campus computers, a laptop computer suitable for viewing/editing images and Adobe Photoshop software will facilitate additional work outside of the scheduled lab time (but is not required).

Introduction to Photoshop (13681)

$720

with Mark Bolton

Calendar Next available session starts Aug 29, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 16 weeks

VRTS 193C - Introduction to Photoshop
Mondays, 1:00-3:50 pm; Little Hall, Room 205;    3 credits

This course is structured to introduce students to the powerful tools of Photoshop for manipulating digital images, photomontage and page layout applications. The course topics cover Photoshop tools, photo corrections, working with selections, and layer basics. The use of masks and channels, typographic design, and vector drawing techniques are also covered. In addition, assignments will include advanced compositing, basic video editing, digital painting and working with 3D images/text. Textbook and portable media storage device required. (Prerequisite: working knowledge of Microsoft Windows environment)

Introduction to Illustrator CC (13682)

$720

with Lori Anne Discoe

Calendar Next available session starts Aug 29, 2022 at 4 pm, runs for 16 weeks

VRTS 195C - Intro to Illustrator CC
Mondays, 4:00-6:50 pm; Little Hall, Room 205;  3 credits

This course is structured to introduce students to the powerful tools of Adobe Illustrator (Ai) for manipulating images, building multimedia online graphics, and creating page layout applications. Students learn skills and techniques for editing images and creating effective digital graphics for a variety of online and print applications. The course topics cover Illustrator tools, layers, typography, digital painting, symbols/shapes, brushes, and graphic styles/effects. (Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows environment)

 

Infection Control Practice (ICP) (Hybrid)

$249

with Connie George, Kristen Saczawa, Elizabeth Brown

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 3, 2022 at 8:30 am
2 additional sessions through Oct 22, 2022

With online and hands-on components, course topics include barrier techniques, limiting contamination, hand washing, handling of sharps, sterilization, disinfection, and disposal of waste materials. Participants must complete assignments online prior to clinical portion. 

Sesson 1 - Online: 9/3 - 17, 2022

                Clinical - NHTI campus - 9/17/22 - 8:30am - 12:30pm

Session 2 - Online: 9/24 - 10/8/22

                Clinical - NHTI campus - 10/8/22 - 8:30am - 12:30pm

Session 3 - Online: 10/22 - 11/5/22

                Clinical - NHTI campus - 11/5/22 - 8:30am - 12:30pm

Please note: 

  • Course not designed to meet annual OSHA training requirement. 
  • Course not required for dental assistant graduates from ADA accredited programs.

CEUs: 6

Required documents: None

Personal Protective Equipment Requirements: Students must provide their own PPE.  Required PPE includes 2 surgical masks, N95, safety shield, gloves, scrubs, and a lab jacket.

 

Living Language: Spanish (12905)

$175

with Agustin Diaz

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 3, 2022 at 10 am

This program is for future, developing, and advanced Spanish-speakers who wish to practice or hone their Spanish speaking skills.  Other topics, such as writing and cultures in predominantly Spanish-speaking countries will be discussed.  The course will take place on Saturdays from 10:00 am to Noon starting September 3 and ending on October 8, 2022.

Audience:  All levels of Spanish as a second language speakers who are out of practice; all levels of Spanish as a first language speakers who are out of practice; Duolingo, Rosetta Stone, Babel app language learners who desire an opportunity to practice their new knowledge plus future business/pleasure travelers to Spanish-speaking countries.

Preliminary Oral Inspection (POI)/Intro to Dental Assisting (Hybrid)

$249

with Danielle D'Alessandro

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 3, 2022 at 1 pm
2 additional sessions through Oct 22, 2022

Description: This covers the Introduction to Dental Assisting in 302.06. With online and hands-on components, this course prepares dental assistants to perform a preliminary oral inspection on patients and includes taking medical/dental histories, obtaining/reading vital signs, basic oral anatomy and terminology, and dental charting. Participants must complete assignments online prior to clinical portion.

Session 1 - online: 9/3 - 17/22

                Clinical: NHTI campus - 9/17/22 - 1pm - 5pm

Session 2 - online: 9/24 - 10/8/22

                Clinial:  NHTI campus - 10/8/22 - 1pm - 5pm

Session 3 - online: 10/22/22 - 11/5/22

                 Clinical: NHTI campus - 11/5/22 - 1pm - 5pm

Please note: Course not required for dental assistant graduates from ADA accredited programs; course not appropriate for RDH.

Clinical portion (NHTI CAMPUS):  in Macrury Hall, Room 140

CEUs: 6 Hours

Prerequisites & required documents: Completed Employment Verification Form confirming a minimum 400 hours of chairside experience.

Please complete the Employment Verification Form

Thank you.

Required materials provided by student: Manual blood pressure cuff and stethoscope.

PPE Requirements: Students must provide their own PPE.  Required PPE includes surgical masks, safety glasses, scrubs, lab coat, gloves, in addition to required blood pressure cuff and stethoscope.

PLEASE NOTE: You will not be registered and a seat will NOT be reserved for you until ALL paperwork as well as payment is submitted.

Coronal Polishing for the Dental Assistant (Hybrid) (12828)

$379

with Kristen Saczawa

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 10, 2022 , runs for 6 weeks

This course will be held in Keene at Montshire Dental.

Online: September 10 - October 15, 2022

In Person:

September 24 from 8am - 5pm AND October 15 from 8am - 12pm

Hours: 12

Prerequisites and required documents:

Required by student if COVID protocols allow:

  • Treat 5 paitents under the supervision of a NH dentist between clinical sessions.

Required PPE:  Lab coat, safety glasses, 2 face masks, N95 mask

*Email required documents within 10 days of registration to secure** your seat:  nhtibtc@ccsnh.edu 

**You will NOT be officially registered and a seat will not be reserved until ALL necessary paperwork as well as payment has been submitted.





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