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ECEC 1624 - ECE Search Engine Optimization - Beginner


Search Engine Optimization - Beginner explores what makes Google and many other search engines tick. Discover ways to optimize a website, so search engines can find you online. Recognize the do’s and don’ts in creating content online in the goal of ranking highly with search engines. During this course, you will develop a basic understanding of HTML structure and how to use that structure to benefit the rankings of a website. You will use free online tools like Google Search Console to give direction on website changes that will benefit in search rankings. You will identify which website factors play key roles in ranking highly with search engines and what steps you should take to improve on those factors. Finally, you will discuss how to track your website traffic and set realistic goals for traffic growth.

ECEC 1612 - ECE Management Boot Camp


Management Boot Camp is a 2-day interactive course is for all levels of management and is designed to be a quick, intensive, yet thorough, foundation for those students looking to increase their management skills. Upon completion, you will be more equipped with both philosophical and practical skills to better accomplish tasks with less stress and less guesswork. The following topics will be addressed:
• Self and Employee Engagement
• Managing or Leading
• The role of a Manager
• Battling Daily Challenges
• Establishing Priorities
• Managing Employee Performance
• Time Management
• Customer Service and Retention
• Managing Generation X, Y and Z
• Mobile Phones and Social Media
• Embracing Change
• Personal and Organizational Ethics

ECEC 1628 - ECE Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 3


Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 3 develops more complex features such as using a worksheet as a database and importing data. Students will create PivotTables and macros, use financial functions and data analysis, use advanced formatting and analysis tools, collaborate in Excel, and integrate Excel with other programs.

ECEC 1654 - ECE Shortcuts to Small Business Success


Shortcuts to Small Business Success offers insights on how to get your business started, including registering your business and identifying your target customers. Throughout this course, you will identify how to create a successful business model, marketing strategies to get noticed, and marketing strategies to get sales. This course is a must for anyone wanting to start their own business!
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ECEC 1378 - ECE American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers


Students in this course will learn critical concepts of high-quality CPR, with an advanced airway as well as the American Heart Association Chain of Survival both inside and outside hospital settings. Instruction will include 1 and 2-rescuer CPR and use of an Automated External Defibrillation (AED), bag-mask techniques, rescue breathing, relief of choking for adults, children and infants. Students will also learn differences between adult, child and infant rescue with emphasis on team resuscitation. This course is ideal for learners who prefer group interaction and feedback from an instructor while practicing skills. Books for this course are available in the DATC Bookstore or online at http://ebooks.heart.org/. Classroom copies will be provided for student use during the course.
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ECEC 1372 - ECE American Heart Association Heartsaver (CPR/AED)


Students will learn adult CPR and how to use an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) device as well as response to adult who is choking. Students may learn how to do CPR and use an AED on a child as well as infant CPR, and response to a child or infant who is choking. This course is taught using the American Heart Association "Practice-While-Watching" technique allowing the instructor to observe students, provide feedback and guide skill acquisition. Delivery is in a modular format for flexibility. Course materials are included in the cost for the course. Books for this course are available in the DATC Bookstore or online at http://ebooks.heart.org/. Classroom copies will be provided for student use during the course.
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ECEC 1371 - ECE American Heart Association Heartsaver (First Aid)


Students in this course will learn first aid basics, including scene safety, finding the problem and calling for help. Students will also learn appropriate response to medical emergencies such as choking, breathing problems, and shock; injury emergencies such as bleeding, broken bones, and burns; and environmental emergencies including bites and stings and temperature related and exposure or ingestion of poison. This course is taught using the American Heart Association "Practice-While-Watching" technique allowing the instructor to observe students, provide feedback and guide skill acquisition. Delivery is in a modular format for flexibility. Course materials are included in the cost for the course. Books for this course are available in the DATC Bookstore or online at http://ebooks.heart.org/. Classroom copies will be provided for student use during the course.
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ECEC 1373 - ECE American Heart Association Heartsaver (First Aid/CPR/AED)


Students will learn first aid basics, including scene safety, finding the problem and calling for help. Students will also learn appropriate response to medical emergencies such as choking, breathing problems, and shock; injury emergencies such as bleeding, broken bones, and burns; and environmental emergencies including bites and stings and temperature related and exposure or ingestion of poison. Students will also learn adult CPR and how to use an Automated External Defibrillation (AED) device as well as response to adult who is choking. Students may learn how to do CPR and use an AED on a child as well as infant CPR, and response to a child or infant who is choking. This course is taught using the American Heart Association "Practice-While-Watching" technique allowing the instructor to observe students, provide feedback and guide skill acquisition. Delivery is in a modular format for flexibility. Course materials are included in the cost for the course. Books for this course are available in the DATC Bookstore or online at http://ebooks.heart.org/. Classroom copies will be provided for student use during the course.