9301 South Wights Fort Road
West Jordan, UT 84088
Advanced Health Science
OTA 1020 - Introduction to Occupational Therapy
MA 1100 - Medical Terminology
HLTH 1200 - CPR and First Aid
Intro to OTA Course Focus:
Students learn the history, principles, philosophies and terminology of the profession in addition to the investigating scope of practice, practice areas and emerging niches of practice. Diagnoses commonly treated in occupational therapy, models of practice, and occupational therapy domain and process are discussed. Evidence-based practice, ethics, legal issues and professional behaviors are discussed while career options in occupational therapy are explored. Visits for job shadowing of local clinicians are required and the student is responsible to arrange for these meetings on their own.
Course will be delivered through Canvas via Internet access. Students are expected to inform/orientate themselves of the requirements of the course and its delivery methods by reviewing the syllabus and course outline, access assignments online, link to applicable websites, download pertinent information, participate and post to a course discussion board as required, demonstrate critical thinking in written, other assignments, exams and by attending an orientation to online learning if needed. Students are also expected to demonstrate professional behaviors in the online classroom, through correspondence and when visiting clinics.
Advanced Health Science Course Focus:
The National Health Science Standards are designed to provide essential knowledge common across health professions to prepare and increase the number of students that are college and career ready. These standards include human anatomy and physiology, communications, healthcare delivery systems, employability skills, legal responsibilities, ethics, team work, safety practices, health maintenance practices, technical skills and information technology applications.
Medical Terminology Course Focus:
The Medical Terminology course will help students understand the Greek- and Latin-based language of medicine and healthcare. Emphasis is placed upon word roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, symbols, anatomical terms, and terms associated with movement of the human body. This course also stresses the proper pronunciation, spelling, and usage of medical terminology. This class is helpful to anyone considering going into the healthcare field.
Fall 2017 Medical Terminology Test and Assignment dates: CLICK HERE
First Aid & CPR Course Focus:
The First Aid and CPR course will follow the American Heart Association BLS and Heartsaver First Aid. Certification is required to work in a healthcare setting, and for acceptance in many college programs focusing on health care.
Students should recognize that this is a college level program. Students will be expected to work independently on out-of-class projects, complete assignments online and be involved in a clinical practicum (possibly outside of regular school hours).
Immunizations, including current flu shot and 2 step TB test
SLCC Concurrent Enrollment fee: $40 + $5 per college credit hour (optional)
Textbooks: Concurrent Enrollment textbook purchase required $90 (approximate)
First Aid/CPR Certification $25
Business Casual Dress Code required by clinics
Attendance - every day
Optional Fee: HOSA membership $25
Random drug test(s) - performed at the JATC during class