The Health Science Education Series are correlated to the National Health Care Skills Standards established by the National Consortium on Health Science Education to create an educationally sound, standards-driven curriculum with specific, hands-on skill sets. Both programs have also been correlated to many states. The two programs include:
Health Science Foundations - Eleven units totaling 120-150 hours delivered in a web browser format accompanied by lesson plans for instructor-led activities.
Career Pathways - a high-level, multimedia modular curriculum designed to give students knowledge and hands-on experience in specific career areas; educators can use the curriculum as either independent or lock-step group study.
For more information, contact:
Director of Health Science
3305 Airport Drive
Pittsburg, KS 66762