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Current Concepts in Allied Health
Current Concepts in Allied Health—The program features nationally-acclaimed speaker Barb Bancroft who will discuss two very important topics: The Big C-The Pathophysiology of Cancer and Shampoos, Tattoos and Barbeques: What’s New in the World of infectious Diseases. Lunch will be included. Nurses attending will receive six (6) nurse contact hours for attending the seminar full day workshop.
AH4-095-170 Wednesday, May 9 8:00a-4:00p MVCC Building M Moraine Room 1 $99
Morning: The Big C—The Pathophysiology of Cancer. Nurses attending will receive three (3) nurse contact hours for attending. (Lunch is not included)
AH4-096-170 Wednesday, May 9 8:00a-11:45a MVCC Building M Moraine Room 1 $55
Afternoon: Shampoos, Tattoos and Barbeques: What’s New in the World of infectious Diseases.
Nurses attending will receive three (3) nurse contact hours for attending. (Lunch is not included)
AH4-096-171 Wednesday, May 9 12:30p-4:00p MVCC Building M Moraine Room 1 $55
- By phone—Call (708) 974-2110. (TTY for speech or hearing impaired (708) 974-9556.)
- In person—Visit the Registration Office in Building S, Room S103.
- Online—Register for classes online. Click "Click Here" then "Search, Register and Pay for Non-Credit classes." In the section called "Topic Code", click the drop-down menu and select from any one of the non-credit courses currently being offered.
It is the student's responsibility to drop a course at least three business days (9 a.m.-5 p.m.) prior to the start of the class for a full refund. Classes dropped less than three days before the start of the class will receive no refund. No-shows do not constitute a cancellation. No credit may be used toward another section for missed classes.
|Where||Moraine Valley Community College 9000 W. College Parkway, Palos Hills, IL 60465 (Building M, Moraine Business & Conference Center)|
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|Time||7:30 am–4:00 pm|
More About Moraine Valley Community College
As the second largest community college in Illinois, Moraine Valley provides area students with a multitude of course offerings and areas of study. In addition to traditional college course offerings, Moraine Valley offers a variety of certification programs and classes designed to update professional skill sets.
The campus, on just less than 200 acres of space, has rapidly expanded and renovated in recent years. With 748 credit courses offered each year, Moraine Valley is an increasingly popular option for students looking to save money during their first two years of college.
The campus features a walking track popular with Palos area residents, as well as a nature study area. Its fine arts performing center and frequent children's programs make the college a hub of community activity.
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