Background[ edit ] The focus of a public health intervention is to prevent and manage diseases, injuries and other health conditions through surveillance of cases and the promotion of healthy behaviorscommunities and environments. Many diseases are preventable through simple, nonmedical methods.
Course Descriptions Jason Harle T The course emphasizes recording, analysis, and interpretation of daily business transactions and other economic events that affect the business.
This course serves as the basis for subsequent accounting courses. This course has an additional laboratory of two hours per week. ACC Financial Accounting 4 4, 2 This course introduces financial accounting concepts to measure business activity and teaches how to prepare financial reports in order to gain an understanding of the financial condition and profitability of a business.
The course content emphasizes the accounting of current and long-term assets and liabilities, characteristics of corporations, stock transactions and dividends, statement of cash flow and financial statement analysis.
ACC and CIS or departmental approval for Business majors ACC Managerial Accounting 4 4, 1 This course introduces managerial accounting concepts to produce accounting information for management planning, control and decision making.
Managers need to make numerous decisions during the day-to-day operations of a business and managerial accounting is designed to provide data to help make those decisions and plan for the future. This course has an additional laboratory of one hour per week.
ACC ACC Intermediate Accounting I 4 4, 2 This course presents the development, usefulness and limitations of general financial accounting theory, with major emphasis on financial statement presentation and analysis, and valuation of asset and liability accounts.
It includes a study of monetary assets and liabilities, inventories, plant assets, and present value techniques. ACC ACC Intermediate Accounting 4 4, 2 This course integrates a deeper knowledge of accounting with the logic required to make business decisions. Students will be able to prepare statements of cash flow and understand the primary activities of a business, as well as, accounting disclosures.
Students will integrate technical and practical knowledge as part of an accounting career. ACC ACC Tax Accounting 4 4, 0 This course introduces the principles and procedures of federal tax laws as related to the single proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. Students will be introduced to tax forms and will master skills in tax laws, tax preparation, and planning.
ACC ACC Hospitality Accounting 4, 0 This course introduces specialized hospitality accounting areas of hotel revenue and expenses, inventory accounting, property and hospitality equipment; payroll accounting and hospitality special financial statements; the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flow; analysis of financial statements; short-term and annual financial reports; budgeting expenses reports; forecasting reports; and an analysis of financial reports for decision making.
The specific focus is the impact addiction has on children, families, and communities. Students will learn about the history of addictions treatment. They are introduced to common models used to understand addiction, prevention, and treatment in a social and family context disease model, ecological model, recovery model, etc.
A basic orientation to DSM diagnostic categories of addictions is provided to understand how diagnosis impacts access to treatment. Regulatory and ethical codes that impact practice are reviewed.
Policies and systems that influence resources for Substance Use Disorders and addictions are presented with a focus on how to advocate on behalf of children and families at risk due to addiction.
Students will learn about alcohol and drug counseling ADS a specialty within other professions such as social work, addictions, and behavioral sciences. Students will be required to interview a family impacted by addiction for this course.
Formerly ADC Prerequisite: ADS Basics of Prevention of Addictive Disorders 4 4, 0 This course provides students with an overview of evidence based research on the incidence and prevalence of addictions. Students will review case studies to understand research on the risk and protective factors for addiction.
Students will understand change ADS a process of engagement, intervention, and evaluation. They will learn basic empowerment and motivational interviewing techniques to engage families, children, and parents impacted by addictions. The DSM-V diagnostic system for Addictive Disorders and co — occurring mental health disorders, on which medical treatment is based, is used to study its impact on services.
Students will identify community resources for addiction, including the levels of care used in addiction treatment. Students will learn to identify addiction problems using engagement, addiction assessment and intake questions, bio-psycho-social history taking, and determination of levels of care needed.
Discharge and aftercare planning and relapse management concepts are presented in two models: Students will interview a policy maker or influential provider to discuss the impact of state, local, or national policies on addiction prevention.
Evidence based counseling techniques and empowerment strategies to assist families and communities are taught.
Cultural factors and family dynamics that influence addiction treatment, recovery, and relapse are explored. The significance and potential influence of a strong recovery community is understood.
Students are encouraged to volunteer in organizations serving families with addiction such as shelters, etc. Students in this course will select an area of independent interest related to addiction and will conduct a short literature review to learn in greater depth.
Students will learn basic and intermediate concepts of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, introduction to Windows Operating System, shortcut keys, and basic Internet skills and E-mail systems.
Proofreading, editing, and language usage are also covered.
Students receive instruction embedding data and linking and combining documents as they gain hands-on training including the completion of real world office projects. ADM Course fee:Unit Principles of Communication in Adult Social Care Settings Words | 5 Pages. Unit Principles of communication in adult social care settings Outcome 1 Understand why effective communication is important in adult social care settings People communicate for a variety of different reasons.
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Essay Principles of Communication in Adult Social Care Setting. Principles of Communication in adult Social Care Setting R// Identify the different reasons people communicate. Communication is needed to be able to express feelings, wishes, and needs. It helps makes and develops relationships with another person.
To view all courses (opens new window) AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY G – 3 Units Course Outline (opens new window) Introduction to Automotive Technology This course is designed to teach the student about the operation and maintenance of modern automobiles.
Published: Mon, 5 Dec Introduction: We are living in an ageing society where majority of population live longer and the age of the people over 60 is more than the children under the age of .