On Thursday, March 29, the Continuing Education Department at Kankakee Community College will offer a professional development course focused on pharmacology.
The “Pharmacology—Simplify, Don’t Mystify” seminar will focus on the most common classes of drugs used in medicine and nursing today. According to the presenter, Barb Bancroft, it will be a day of “Pharm and Fun,” which is both enlightening and entertaining. Topics include various classes of drugs, how they interact with each other, food and internal organs. Other topics will be combinations of drugs, new drugs, and myths about drugs and vaccines on the internet.
The class meets Thursday, March 29 from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.in the Iroquois Room, Room D152 at KCC. Course number is HLTH 460A.A16. The cost is $79. Those who register by March 5 will save $20 and pay just $59!
Upon completion, five and one-half contact hours will be awarded to nurses and counselors.
This course does not award college credit. To register or for more information, call 815-802-8207; go to www.kcc.edu/comejoinus (search by course number); or visit the KCC Welcome Center on the first floor of the Workforce Development Center.
Kankakee Community College is an accredited two-year college which awards
associate degrees and certificates of completion. KCC prepares students both to
transfer to four-year colleges and to enter the workforce. The college also
offers continuing education courses and certification training, literacy
programs, English as a Second Language and GED preparation. The KCC mission is
“Enhancing quality of life through learning.” The college has a Riverfront
Campus in Kankakee, South Extension Center in Watseka, North Extension Center in
Bradley and Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Center in Kankakee.