Career and Technical Education

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Career Pathways

Amelia-Nottoway Technical Center

Auto Body I and II

  • Learn the basics of how to repair body damage on your vehicle
    Meets Wednesday nights

Computer Repair: Computer Systems Technology I 8622

  • Course for grades 10-12, Student gains knowledge to help obtain A+ Computer Repair Certification with CompTIA
  • A + Support - http://www.alsdlp.com/

The A+ ® Support Team exists to deliver exceptional customer service and technical support with regard to the products and services provided by The American Education Corporation. This is accomplished by: individual and team commitment to ongoing growth and education; and every team member utilizing their skills and taking the latitude and responsibility to treat a customer problem as their own.

Nurse Aide Course

The Nurse Aide class is a one year, dual-enrollment course, open to high school juniors and seniors. The course covers anatomy and physiology, disease processes, First Aid and CPR,communication, observation and reporting skills, safety and infection control, Patient Rights, medical terminology and skills related to patient care.  Clinical rotations are done in local nursing homes. 

This course prepares students to take the State Board exam for Nurse Aide; upon passing this exam, students become Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA).

Cosmetology I&II

The Cosmetology course is a  two year class, open to high school juniors.  The course covers career opportunities, life skills, professional image, communication, general sciences, hair care,skin care, nail care, and business skills as they relate to the cosmetology industry. Students skills are taught in a salon setting which prepares them for the business. 

This course prepares students to take the State Board Licensure exam and upon passing the theory and practical portions,students will be Licensed Cosmetologist.

Sports Medicine I

In this course, students earn a certification in First Aid/CPR/AED. The course introduces students to topics such as human anatomy and physiology, nutrition, biomechanics, medical terminology, injuries and illnesses, and legal and ethical issues in sports medicine. Students also examine prospective careers in the sports medicine field. Upon successful completion of this course, students are eligible to take Sports Medicine II and pursue certification as a personal trainer.

Sports Medicine II

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the National Academy of Sports Medicine-Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT) exam. This course builds upon basic knowledge acquired in Sports Medicine I (140 Hours) on topics such as exercise physiology, biomechanics, exercise program design, and injury prevention, assessment, treatment, and management. Students prepare for a career in sports medicine, including completing an internship.

Contact Information:
Mr. Kevin Monroe

Questions or comments regarding Career and Technical Education may be directed to,
Kevin Monroe, Director of Operations and Career and Technical Education
804-561-2621


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