Jeff State Fall 2012 - page 11

I noticed there were threads for the other semesters, so I thought I would get this one started. There's another week until the deadline, but I've finished everything I can do. Now it's just waiting.... Read More

  1. by   n.igmatic1
    I am going into the part time program and just saw that for NUR103 and NUR 104 we have lab scheduled Sat 8:30-11:30a for both classes. I am not sure how to split myself into 2 lab rooms at the same time, but it would be interesting to defy the laws of physics. :-)
  2. by   kaesmith2011
    LOL idk how you will do that but let us know how it goes I know they have not finalized the classes yet and are still working out the kinks but it is intereting to me to go and check up on them to see what they will come up with )&nbsp; I am stoked for orientation so there will be no more guessing games lol.<br>
  3. by   nbrakefield
    To those of you who have already submitted the background check, did you have to fill out all of the requirements? Because some of this stuff I have no idea about!
  4. by   n.igmatic1
    According to the email that I received from the Executive Secretary, only the background check information is required for submission. I had no idea on the specific dates of my immunizations, as I got all of those back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth; so I filled out the background check info, submitted that and scheduled an appointment with my Dr. to draw blood for titers.
  5. by   nbrakefield
    Does it automatically submit that when I click agree?
  6. by   kngsbard
    I believe it does. You'll get an email saying the you "Background Report is Complete."
  7. by   kaesmith2011
    I called to check on all the info on the background check and was told filling out the background check was the only thing required on that website. Print off the confirmation that you get for paying for the background check and your results along with the other attachment on the email that was sent to you for your badge and bring it all with you to orientation. Along with all that, bring copies of you immunization papers and insurance to orientation also. We will fill out alot of paper work on that day.
  8. by   rachfitz44
    Thank you! I'm kind of frantic trying to get everything together!
  9. by   n.igmatic1
    CPR-Healthcare Provider level: Check
  10. by   kaesmith2011
    N.igmatic1 where did you get certified and how much? Has anyone gotten certified online??
  11. by   n.igmatic1
    kaesmith2011, Hoover Fire Station #7 offers BLS healthcare provider classes free to Hoover residents or $20.00 for non-residents. You have to sign up on their webpage, but they also have a link to take an online class but you have to pass a skills test at the fire station. There is no charge for that option. If you go to the class, make sure you sign up for healthcare provider, not heart saver..:: HOOVER FIRE DEPARTMENT :.. to register for the class, go to the services tab> hover at CPR and click the registration form. Hope that helps. This was a much less expensive option than Red Cross or YMCA in my opinion.
  12. by   kngsbard
    Local Fire Dept's are a good place to check for the CPR training. Does anyone know a good place for getting the Hep shots?
  13. by   n.igmatic1
    Try the Health Dept in the county where you live. That said, call them first. Shelby Co. is no longer offering adult Hep B. Also if you have health insurance, schedule a physical and ask at the time you make the appointment about getting vaccines/titers, and have your insurance cover it. Hep B is a 3 shot series.