STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES BY COURSE

All Learning Outcomes are subject to change without prior notice.

computers and technology

Keyboarding Basics (COM5090)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrates correct keyboard fingering techniques independently.
2. Achieves typing speed goal with accuracy.
Introduction to Computers and Windows Operating Systems (COM5100)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate practical knowledge and use of the Windows XP operating system.
2. Demonstrate best practices in file management procedures. 3. Demonstrate basic knowledge navigating the Word Ribbon Interface.
4. Demonstrate the mechanics of creating a Word document.
Microsoft Word 2016 Introduction (COM5110)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate basic knowledge navigating the Word Ribbon Interface.
2. Demonstrate the basic mechanics of creating Word documents for office use.
3. Demonstrate introductory formatting techniques and presentation styles.
4. Demonstrate working knowledge of producing a mail merge.
Microsoft Word 2016 Intermediate (COM5111)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate the mechanics and uses of Word tables to organize and present data.
2. Demonstrate working knowledge of using Word’s themes and clip art to create a variety of visual effects.
3. Demonstrate working knowledge of Word’s advanced formatting techniques and presentation styles.
4. Demonstrate applicable knowledge and uses of accepted business style formatting conventions.
Microsoft Excel 2016 Introduction (COM5120)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Create and design a spreadsheet for general office use.
2. Demonstrate the basic mechanics and navigation of an Excel spreadsheet.
3. Demonstrate formatting techniques and presentation styles.
4. Demonstrate the use of basic functions and formulas.
Microsoft Excel 2016 Intermediate (COM5121)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate working knowledge of organizing and displaying large amounts and complex data.
2. Demonstrate working knowledge of using clip art to enhance ideas and information in Excel worksheets.
3. Demonstrate the need and use of using Excel templates.
4. Demonstrate how to secure information in an Excel workbook.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 (COM5130)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate the basic mechanics of creating a PowerPoint presentation.
2. Demonstrate introductory formatting techniques and presentation styles.
3. Demonstrate working knowledge of using clip art to enhance ideas and information in a PowerPoint presentation.
4. Demonstrate working knowledge of integrating information from other Microsoft programs into a PowerPoint presentation.

healthcare and caregiver services

American Heart Association First Aid with CPR and AED (HLTH5000)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Appraise the need for Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
2. Apply theoretical concepts of first aid, CPR and AED, required in a variety of emergent situations.
3. Illustrate the proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
Family Caregiver (HC2000)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate appropriate skills to assist the resident in attaining and maintaining independence.
2. Perform safe and effective personal care and hygiene when assisting with activities of daily living.
3. Employ the use of residents rights as defined by state and federal agencies.
4. Respond appropriately to the social and mental health needs of the resident related to the aging process and impaired cognition.
5. Identify appropriate interventions and activities to avoid caregiver burnout.
Nurse Aide Program (HLTH5100)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Apply standard precautions in the provision of care.
2. Demonstrate appropriate skills to assist the resident in attaining and maintaining independence.
3. Execute safe and effective personal care and hygiene when assisting with activities of daily living.
4. Employ the use of residents rights as defined by state and federal agencies.
5. Assess and respond to the social and mental health needs of the resident related to the aging process and impaired cognition.
Patient Care Technician (HLTH5120)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Give examples of current issues challenging the healthcare delivery system in the U.S.
2. Account for legal principles that guide personnel in the delivery of healthcare.
3. State the evolution of the patient care technician in the healthcare setting.
4. Demonstrate effective communication methods used by the healthcare team to exchange vital patient information.
5. Describe measures utilized to prevent the spread of infectious organisms.
6. Perform task-oriented duties and skills under the supervision of licensed personnel.
Adult Residential Care Home (ARCH) Modules (HLTH5110, HLTH5114)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Function as a member of the Adult Residential Care Home team providing safe and effective personal care to the residents.
2. Distinguish resident's needs based on physical and cognitive changes associated with the aging process.
3. Apply federal, state and local health and safety regulations.
4. Recall the legal and ethical responsibilities of the Adult Residential Care Home Operator.

healthcare technology

Introduction to Medical Terminology (HLTH5405)
1. Demonstrate the formation of medical words combining roots, suffixes and prefixes.
2. Interpret medical terms through dissection of roots, suffixes and prefixes.
3. Employ accepted medical abbreviations in appropriate communications.
Advanced Medical Terminology (HLTH5410)
1. Correlate medical terms to standard english descriptions for communication to non-medical audience.
2. Deduce the accepted meanings of medical symbols and abbreviations.
3. Use combining forms, prefixes, and suffixes to build medical words.
4. Classify the organs of various body systems and describe their locations and functions.
5. Employ accepted medical abbreviations in appropriate communication, including: medical records and reports.
6. Analyze complicated medical terms and determine correct usage of word elements.
Anatomy & Physiology (HLTH5420)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Know, comprehend, adopt, and analyze the fundamental elements of human anatomy and physiology.
2. Identify, define, and relate the different elements of human anatomy to their functions.
3. Interpret and apply concepts of fundamentals of human anatomy and physiology to real situations of normal and abnormal homeostatic conditions.
Disease Pathology & Pharmacology (HLTH5430)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Describe common human diseases related to the major body systems.
2. Illustrate common treatments for diseases and disorders of the human body.
3. Identify and properly use terms related to common human diseases.
4. Recall the signs, symptoms, and diagnostic tests for common human diseases and disorders.
5. Account for the typical course and management for a common medical disorder.
6. List the strengths and weaknesses of conventional therapeutic interventions and complementary and alternative medicine.
7. Show the action of drugs, the absorption, distribution; metabolism and excretion of drugs by the body are covered.
Introduction to Diagnosis Coding (HLTH5440)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Explain the principles and conventions of ICD-9-CM codes.
2. Cite and apply basic ICD-9-CM rules to healthcare situations.
3. Accurately assign ICD-9-codes to healthcare provider source documents.
4. Identify and explain how to use healthcare coding reference books and other resources.
5. Properly code diseases and procedures for all major body systems according to industry standards.
Advanced Coding I (HLTH5445)
1. Describe the structure and functions of Resource-Based Relative Value Scales (RBRVS), APC and HCPCS II.
2. Audit medical documents for accuracy and commonly made coding errors.
3. Outline the strategies used to ensure the accuracy and quality of coded medical documents.
4. Accurately assign ICD-9CM, CPT-4, and HCPCS codes as well as complex modifier codes (SNOMED, DSM, RUG, etc.) to source documents.
5. Accurately complete the CMS-1500 form.
Introduction to Procedure Coding (HLTH5450)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Describe the structure, characteristics, principles, rules, and functions of the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes and the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) code set.
2. Accurately assign CPT and basic HCPCS codes to healthcare provider source documents.
3. Explain the payment methodology for the ambulatory care.
4. Explain and apply ICD-10-PCS coding to healthcare situations.
Advanced Coding II (HLTH5455)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Assign correct diagnostic codes and procedure codes, including proper use of V codes, E codes, HCPCS codes, ancillary services, and modifiers.
2. Complete CMS 1500 and UB-04 claim forms accurately using coding guidelines and medical necessity.

healthcare technology (cont'd)

Reimbursement Methodologies (HLTH5460)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Identify reimbursement sources and apply methodology to assess and determine payments.
2. Recognize treatment modes and apply the correct clinical classification systems to patient accounts.
3. Apply regulatory quality-monitoring techniques to ensure coding and reimbursement compliance.
Health Information Technology & Healthcare Delivery (HLTH5470)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Analyze health record data sets in order to construct reports, graphs, and data maps according to industry standards
2. Classify healthcare information requirements and determine if an organization is meeting industry standards.
3. Analyze health information situations to determine the most probable healthcare delivery system to locate needed information.
4. Apply knowledge of healthcare privacy, confidentiality, and ethical issues in accordance with laws and industry standards.
5. Apply data security, data storage, and retrieval skills to organize and locate health information needed for continuity of care, billing, and legal requirements.

hospitality and culinary arts

Food Safety & Sanitation - ServSafe (HOSP8120)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Identify personal behaviors that can contaminate food.
2. Categorize the risks associated with high-risk populations.
3. List proper methods for thawing food.
4. Develop a crisis management program.
5. Identify organizations that certify equipment that meets sanitation standards.

industrial technology

Powered Industrial Cart Operation (TRAD5900)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Check a powered industrial cart for the proper operation.
2. Demonstrate proper loading of a cart based on vehicle capacity and operating limitations.
3. Demonstrate restricted cart maneuvering, following proper safety procedures and operating rules.
4. Operate an industrial cart safely in a restricted maneuvering environment, following operating rules.
5. Operate an industrial cart safely in a unrestricted operating environment following traffic laws.
Process Technology Program (PTEC) (TRAD5100)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Identify and recognize work performed by process operators.
2. Determine career goals and objectives in order to effectively transition to the process industry.
3. Display effective time management and communication skills in the workplace.
4. Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes developed in the classroom and laboratory to an actual process environment.

motorcycle training

MSF Basic RiderCourse (Hawaii Edition) (TRAN8100)
1. Demonstrate basic motorcycle operation skills: Inspect, mounting, start/stop engine.
2. Demonstrate fundamental riding skills: Straight Line, Turning, Shifting, Braking.
3. Demonstrate street riding skills: Swerving, Maximum braking, Advanced turning, Hand signals.
4. Determine the proper operation of a motorcycle under normal, special and adverse riding conditions.

MSF Basic RiderCourse 2 - Skills Practice (TRAN8200)
1. Blend various techniques for seeing and being seen in the traffic mix.
2. Judge proper lane positioning for space cushioning, lane protection, and following distance.
3. Select an appropriate space cushion to other vehicles in a moving traffic environment to maintain proper motorcycle control and avert collisions.
4. Develop advanced turning and braking techniques including maximum braking, and controlling skids.
5. Demonstrate techniques and procedures for carrying passengers and loads, and handling a motorcycle under adverse weather conditions and motorcycle malfunctions.

MSF RiderCoach Preparation Course (TRAN8600)
1. Conduct a Basic RiderCourse in accordance with MSF and Hawaii DOT rules.
2. Coach new motorcyclist in the advancement of riding techniques.
3. Demonstrate proper classroom and motorcycle training range safety procedures.
4. Blend teaching and learning techniques to deliver the most efficient and effective classroom activities and range exercises.
5. Evaluate knowledge and skills developed by students in a Basic RiderCourse and determine that students meet or exceed the minimum standards for completion as set forth by the MSF and Hawaii DOT.

transportation

Complete Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Training Series (TRAN5500)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Understand state and federal CDL operator requirements, vehicle controls, and safety rules as demonstrated by successfully passing the State of Hawaii CDL permitting exam.
2. Identify, inspect and assess a truck’s critical items for safe operating conditions.
3. Demonstrate proficiency of the basic CMV controls and their functions.
4. Demonstrate proficiency in the principles of CMV safe operation skills.
5. Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of all CMV rules as demonstrated by successfully obtaining a State of Hawaii CDL license.
Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Training Series without Permit Prep (TRAN5510)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Identify, inspect and assess a truck’s critical items for safe operating conditions.
2. Demonstrate proficiency of the basic CMV controls and their functions.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in the principles of CMV safe operation skills.
4. Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of all CMV rules as demonstrated by successfully obtaining a State of Hawaii CDL license.
Individualized CDL Training (TRAN5520)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Identify, inspect and assess a truck’s critical items for safe operating conditions.
2. Demonstrate proficiency of the basic CMV controls and their functions.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in the principles of CMV safe operation skills.
Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Remedial Training (TRAN5530)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Identify, inspect and assess a truck’s critical items for safe operating conditions.
2. Demonstrate proficiency of the basic CMV controls and their functions.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in the principles of CMV safe operation skills.
Forklift New Operator Training & Certification (TRAD8350)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate general forklift handling, capacity, load center, and center of gravity.
2. Display knowledge of different designs of forklifts
3. Assess the operating environment for potential hazards.
4. Employ proper connection and disconnection procedures for fuel tanks; and, proper fueling techniques.
5. Identify the essential parts of the forklift and their interoperability; including proper fueling techniques.
Forklift Certification (TRAD8300)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate general forklift handling, capacity, load center, and center of gravity.
2. Display knowledge of different designs of forklifts.
3. Assess the operating environment for potential hazards.
4. Employ proper connection and disconnection procedures for fuel tanks; and, proper fueling techniques.
5. Identify the essential parts of the forklift and their interoperability; including proper fueling techniques.
Off-site Forklift Certification (TRAD8399)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate general forklift handling, capacity, load center, and center of gravity.
2. Display knowledge of different designs of forklifts
3. Assess the operating environment for potential hazards.
4. Employ proper connection and disconnection procedures for fuel tanks; and, proper fueling techniques.
5. Identify the essential parts of the forklift and their interoperability; including proper fueling techniques.
Defensive Driving (TRAN5200)
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
1. Describe the need for and benefits of defensive driving.
2. Identify risky driving attitudes and behaviors.
3. Label if a collision was preventable.
4. Recall the benefits of occupant restraint systems.