Simulation Center Community Education

Community Education

The Center has the ability to offer the following services which can be individualized to meet the needs of the community, consumer, or healthcare facility:

  • Simulation training and/or competency testing requiring curriculum development
  • Simulation training and/or competency testing without curriculum          
  • Competency testing using low/mid fidelity or skill training manikins
  • Seminar, workshops requiring curriculum development and organization.  Resources are available for anatomy lab and simulation center.
  • Classroom or lab facilities for education/agency use

QMAP

Pueblo Community College (PCC) is recognized by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) as an Approved Training Entity for those students interested in becoming a Qualified Medication Administration Person (QMAP).   Successful applicants who pass written and hands-on practical exams will be qualified to administer medications in authorized settings including assisted living residences, alternative care facilities, residential child care facilities, secure residential treatment centers and state certified adult day programs. 

This class is 2 full days which includes instruction, skills, review and testing.  $100 is due prior to the class.  Payment can be made by money order or agency check, made out to Pueblo Community College.  No cash or personal checks are accepted.  Credit card payment can be made directly at the PCC Cashiers office (Student Center, SC 231) or call 549-3212. This is a non-credit class and is not financial aid eligible. You must be at least 18 years of age to register. 

NOTICE: Unfortunately we are unable to schedule QMAP classes at this time due to COVID restrictions. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist for the next class, please send an email to Eva.Tapia@pueblocc.edu and I will send you notification as soon as the class date is finalized. 

Anatomy Exploration through Cadaver Dissection

This annual one day hands-on class will refresh your understanding of human anatomy through active dissection.  The class begins with a detailed excursion through the prosected cadavers. Primary dissectors explain and demonstrate what the donor body has revealed through the 2 year longprocess of dissection.  In the second portion of the class participants are provided instruction on dissection and given the opportunity to dissect any area of the body. This course is typically offered in mid-May.

For more information and class schedule contact: Lynne.Ross@pueblocc.edu or 719-549-3075

Southern Colorado Clinical Scholar Coalition Curriculum

This 3 day course is designed for clinical instructors, preceptors or anyone supervising students in the clinical setting.  It includes lectures on the clinical scholar role, conflict management, generational diversity, learning styles, motivating critical thinking, and professional communication.  Completion of the course satisfies the vocational credential renewal requirement for CCCS part-time nursing instructors.

For more information and class schedule contact: Eva.Tapia@pueblocc.eduor 719-549-3483

Contact

To discuss and plan your educational experience contact:

Lynne.Ross@pueblocc.edu  (HALC)

or

Eva.Tapia@pueblocc.edu  (Simulation Center)