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Program Description. The employer agrees to provide a vision benefit to eligible employees and dependents. The vision benefit provided by the State shall have an employee co-payment of $10 for the comprehensive annual eye examination and $25 for materials.
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Program Description. 1. The State agrees to provide a flexible benefits program (FlexElect) under Internal Revenue Code Section 125 and related Sections 105(b), 129, and 213(d). All participants in the FlexElect Program shall be subjected to all applicable Federal statutes and related administrative provisions adopted by CalHR. The administrative fee paid by the participants will be determined each year by the Director of the Department of Human Resources.
Program Description a. The State agrees to provide a flexible benefits program (FlexElect) under Internal Revenue Code Section 125 and related Sections 105(b), 129, and 213(d). All participants in the FlexElect Program shall be subject to all applicable Federal statues and related administrative provisions adopted by DPA. The administrative fee paid by the participants will be determined each year by the Director of the Department of Personnel Administration.
Program Description. To provide General Motors dealers certain purchase information on selected 2006 model year passenger cars and light duty trucks sold and delivered by GM dealers to qualified daily rental operators and eligible for purchase by General Motors in accordance with the guidelines herein.
Program Description. The employer agrees to provide a vision benefit to eligible employees and dependents. The employer contribution rates for the vision benefit shall be included in the Consolidated Benefits Allowance as specified in subsection
Program Description. The Associate of Science Degree in Nursing Program (ASN Program) is designed to provide educational and clinical experiences leading to employment in entry-level positions as registered nurses in hospitals or comparable facilities. The ASN Program focuses on technical nursing skills across patients’ life span in short and long-term care facilities and in the community environment. The program covers critical care concepts, professional development and wellness of self and others. Upon satisfactorily completion of the requirements for graduation and NCLEX preparation assessments (including VATI), the student is awarded an ASN Degree and must pass the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN) to become a registered nurse. All shadowed areas need to be filled inor circled. Approximate Length of Program including Gen Eds: 96 Weeks (24 months) Start Date: / / Anticipated End Date: / / Schedule for the Nursing Core Courses are listed below. Please check the days you could attend: Lecture/Lab Day: Monday _ Tuesday _ Wednesday Thursday _ Friday Saturday ( _AM or _ _PM) Class Time To (Specify) PROGRAM SCHEDULE: Clinical Rotations: Includes a combination of medical facility, simulation lab and other field experience. The Student will receive further details of this schedule at the mandatory orientation which occurs approximately one week before classes begin. Most Clinical Sites are within 50 miles of the College; however, site(s) can be located up to 100 miles from the College. The Nursing Program will continually strive to provide students with clinical experiences that meet their academic and scheduling needs, but students must be flexible and take these experiences as they become available.
Program Description. In accordance with Section 1007.271 (21), F.S., SBE Rule 6A-14.064, the Dual Enrollment program is the enrollment of an eligible secondary student in a postsecondary course creditable toward both high school completion and a career certificate, or high school completion and an associate degree. Dual Enrollment, an articulated accelerated mechanism offered jointly by the TRUSTEES and THE PRIVATE SCHOOL, shall broaden the scope of curricular options available to students and increase the depth of study available for a particular subject by offering college credit and post-secondary vocational courses to eligible high school students as provided in the Dual Enrollment Agreement. Stipulations regarding course content, program requirements, student evaluation, faculty credentials, college environment, and strategic planning for Dual Enrollment courses are covered in SBE Rule 6A-14.064 adopted by the State Board of Education and included within this Agreement, along with the IRSC Dual Enrollment Course list website link. xxxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/programs/dual-enrollment-for-high-school-students.html
Program Description. The Emergency Medical Technician Program (EMT) is designed to prepare the student for an entry level career in Emergency Medicine and to meet educational level competencies according to the most current National EMS Education standards. The EMT performs basic life-supporting skills including patient assessment, opening airways, restoring breathing, controlling blood loss, treating victims of shock, immobilizing fractures, bandaging wounds, childbirth assistance, caring for heart attack patients, poison and burn victims, and transportation of patients. Upon satisfactorily completion of the requirements for graduation, the student is awarded a Diploma and must pass the National registry Emergency Medical Technician Exam (NREMT) become as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
Program Description. Participating Colleges will work with the CVC-OEI to support a fully operational California Virtual Campus Exchange (hereafter “CVC Exchange”) in support of the Prime Agreement between the CCCCO and FHDA ("Prime Agreement"). The CVC Exchange aims to provide a seamless pathway for students to register for, and complete, online courses across participating colleges to support accelerated student completion of educational goals.
Program Description. The Paramedic Program is designed to provide educational and clinical knowledge experiences leading to employment in entry- level positions as Paramedics in pre-hospital settings. The Paramedic Program focuses on medical and trauma-related emergencies. The program includes lecture, skills labs, and hospital and fire rescue rotations as outlined in the core requirements in the most current Emergency Medical Services curriculum standards. The Paramedic Program can also be applied as a core requirement in the A.S. in Emergency Medical Services degree program. Upon satisfactorily completion of the requirements for graduation the student is awarded a Diploma and must pass the Florida State Paramedic Exam to become a Paramedic. All shadowed areas need to be filled in or circled. Approximate Length of Program: 52 Weeks (12 months) Start Date: / / Anticipated End Date: / / Schedule for the Paramedic Core Courses are listed below. Please check the days you could attend: Lecture/Lab Day: Monday _ Tuesday _ Wednesday Thursday _ Friday ( _AM or _ _PM) Class Time To (Specify) PROGRAM SCHEDULE: Clinical Rotations: Include a combination of medical facility and fire rescue field experience. The Student will receive further details of this schedule at the mandatory orientation which occurs approximately one week before classes begin. Most Clinical Sites are usually within 50 miles of the College; however, can be located up to 100 miles from the College.