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Work alongside Aircraft Mechanics on jet engines, helicopters and airplanes. Be a key part of a team that keeps passengers safe at 500 miles per hour and 35,000 feet in the air. Taxi aircraft, conduct inspections and perform engine start-ups as an important part of ground operations.
Maintain critical business, financial and payroll records. Interact with banking professionals and conduct cash transactions. Use a wide range of powerful software applications, strategies and techniques.
Repair and refinish vehicle surfaces using modern welding, sanding, masking, painting and creative airbrushing techniques. Assess, estimate, repair and restore a wide range of vehicles. Operate the same advanced equipment as auto body professionals.
Work on today's cars and trucks in a rapidly changing industry using a full systems approach. Troubleshoot alongside an ASE Master Technician to maintain, repair and fine tune a wide range of vehicles. Use advanced diagnostic equipment in a modern facility.
Express individual creativity by providing a wide range of artistic hair services using the latest trends.
Design, conduct, and analyze a wide range of scientific experiments to solve medical mysteries. Collect evidence from crime scenes and perform DNA fingerprinting, genetic transformations and protein analysis. Perform animal dissections of the heart, eyes, kidneys and brains.
Be a key part of the ongoing success of a business. Perform office management responsibilities in a corporate environment. Use advanced office software applications and techniques. Experience courtrooms, law offices, law libraries and mock trials using the U.S. judicial process. Develop a foundation in criminal, family and civil law. Work in an office environment using software applications and processes used by attorneys and paralegals.
Design software for controlling machines and artificial intelligence. Create computer coding to build apps on smart devices. Configure algorithms to solve problems in everyday life.
Create, manage and build construction projects from idea to completion. Operate heavy equipment and professional power tools for demolition and construction. Complete framing, roofing, plumbing, electrical repair and cabinet-making projects.
Express individual creativity by providing a wide range of artistic hair services using the latest trends. Use advanced techniques in makeup, skincare and nail designs. Operate a full-service interactive salon or spa.
Cook alongside professionals to create and present delicious gourmet masterpieces. Express creativity as part of a team to design and prepare meals in a full service café or for catered events.
Produce and edit television programs and films, while collaborating with directors and producers in the film industry. Express your unique artistic vision by producing vibrant website designs and interactive media. Expand your creativity through aerial cinematography, animation and green-screen studio technology.
Turn ideas into works of art using the same creative technologies as architects and engineers. Visualize and construct 3D models and prototypes for architectural and mechanical designs. Find creative solutions to complex engineering and architectural challenges.
Experience the joy of creating fun and amazing activities for preschoolers. Plan festivals, community events and other special projects for young children. Interact in a state-approved child care center that delivers hands-on learning activities.
Design and install residential and commercial power systems. Troubleshoot complex electrical systems for safe and efficient operation. Engineer advanced motor and programmable logic controls.
Operate an onsite coffee shop. Create a business plan to market and sell to the community. Use advanced market research to develop robust advertising, sales and management plans.
Assist ophthalmologists with patient procedures. Utilize advanced vision care equipment and resources. Perform various vision and diagnostic tests. Certifications. Clinicals. Work-Based Learning.
Operate fire equipment in simulated exercises, while experiencing live fires in a contained setting. Work alongside firefighters, receive bunker gear, and interact in fire stations. Practice as a first responder to emergency situations, such as auto extractions.
Explore the creative concepts, cutting-edge design programs and art trends of the modern world. Create illustrations, animations, logos, posters, photography and traditional art for dynamic visual communications. Express your unique artistic vision to achieve vibrant website designs and eye-catching print media.
Design, install and maintain plumbing, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. Work alongside professionals using environmentally safe practices and techniques. Use advanced diagnostic procedures to troubleshoot and repair residential and commercial equipment.
Build, troubleshoot, and repair computers and mobile devices. Design and install sophisticated networks. Configure security programs that protect people and their computers.
Experience real-life crime scenarios with simulated firearms. Apply forensic investigative techniques to process crime scenes, dust for fingerprints and bag evidence. Develop your mind and body using advanced self-defense tactics and rigorous fitness training.
Medical assistants are multi-skilled health professionals who work primarily in ambulatory settings such as medical offices and clinics. They perform clinical and administrative tasks, and their duties vary by office or clinic.
To prepare medical assistants who are competent in cognitive knowledge, psychomotor skills, and affective behavior learning domains to enter the profession, the major combines classroom, laboratory and work-site learning components to ensure that each student achieves entry-level competencies for the medical assistant.
Students practice in a variety of settings as chosen by the instructor. Students completing this career major will be eligible to sit for the Certified or Registered Medical Assistant exam.
Interact with patients, clients and healthcare professionals using industry-specific terminology. Combine business applications and advanced technology in computing insurance, coding and billing. Work in an office environment using software applications and processes used by business and medical professionals.
Care for patients with compassion and skill in a variety of settings as a key part of the professional healthcare team. Experience caregiving in high-energy trauma, critical care and pediatric environments. Use therapeutic communication and critical thinking skills to improve patients' experience and overall health.
Explore, experience and create innovative projects in the diverse fields of engineering. Work individually and in teams to solve unique engineering challenges using advanced mathematics, chemistry and physics. Design, build and control humanoid robots for practical applications and engineering competitions.
Use advanced radiographic imaging and techniques to view the complex workings inside the human body. Think on your feet to deliver quality patient care and effective radiation protection. Experience challenging coursework with relevant clinical instruction in a variety of diagnostic settings.
Develop a working relationship with surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses as a healthcare professional. Communicate effectively and think critically to provide quality patient care before, during and after surgery. Experience all aspects of the surgical specialties including robotics and minimally invasive surgeries.
Control fire and electricity to design, dismantle and construct a wide range of metal products. Utilize various welding processes to earn essential industry-recognized certifications. Use advanced welding techniques and fabrication equipment to join, cut, bend and manipulate metal.
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To kick off this week's Metro Tech Weekly Wrap-Up, Senior, and Computer Science and Culinary Arts Student, Erick Jones, is going to show us how to prepare tuna tartar.
After that, Erick has the latest updates from our Basic Police Officer Certification Academy, and exciting news regarding the Metro Tech Foundation's Sowing the Seeds of Success Scholarships.
As the end of the semester approaches, our students are participating in more and more exciting things every day. So make sure you're keeping up by watching our Weekly Wrap-Up every Friday.
Have a great weekend! #MT4Life
Metro Technology Centers has recently appointed a new dean of instruction and Springlake Campus Site Director.
We have got a great show for you today for this week's episode of the Metro Tech Weekly Wrap-Up!
Before she gives this week's news, Biomedical Sciences Student, Zuseth Gonzalez, is going to share some interesting facts about the largest organ of the human body, the skin!
Then, Zuseth gives all the latest on Eye Care Technologies recent end-of-year awards ceremony, Oklahoma City Bomb Squad's presentation for Law Enforcement Officer Prep cadets, the annual Mass Casualty Exercise, and important scholarship information for students.
You definitely don't want to miss this one!
Our student ambassadors will be back for the next episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up after Spring Break on March 31st.
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Metro Technology Centers held its annual Mass Casualty Exercise on Thursday, March 9th, 2023, at the Springlake Campus, 1900 Springlake Dr., in partnership with various community agencies, including first responder units and military personnel. Approximately 500 individuals made up of emergency personnel, volunteers and Metro Tech students participated in the event.