Students  prepare for medical careers by examining the anatomy and function of the body systems. Develop first aid, CPR and occupational safety skills necessary for careers in emergency response.

Description:

Students explore the structure and function of the musculoskeletal system, gain an understanding of conditions of the musculoskeletal system and an appreciation for the benefits of practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite:

  • HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description: Students acquire the attitudes, skills and knowledge for achieving and maintaining digestive health, and gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite: HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description: Students acquire the attitudes, skills and knowledge for achieving and maintaining respiratory health, and study pathologies of the respiratory system to gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite: HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description:

Students acquire the attitude, knowledge and skills for the promotion and maintenance of a healthy cardiovascular system. Students study the pathology of cardiovascular conditions, and gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite:

  • HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description: Students acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills necessary for the promotion and maintenance of a healthy nervous and sensory system. Students study pathologies of the nervous system and sensory organs, and gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite: HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description: Students acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills necessary for achieving and maintaining a healthy endocrine system and balanced hormonal health. Students gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite: HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description: Students acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills necessary for achieving and maintaining urinary health and balanced body fluids. Students gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite: HSS1010: Health Services Foundations

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description:

Students gain the attitudes, knowledge and skills related to workplace health and safety and examine relevant legislation required in the workplace.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description:

Students explore workplace safety principles and practices, and apply these principles and practices to a variety of contexts.

Prerequisite:

  • HCS3000: Workplace Safety Systems

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Students acquire the attitude, knowledge and skills necessary for achieving and maintaining a healthy pregnancy and parenting a healthy child in the first year of life. Students focus on the impact of pregnancy on the physical, mental and social well-being of the mother and newborn. Students examine the events of labor and delivery and the importance of post-natal care. Students gain an appreciation for practising a healthy lifestyle as it pertains to the individual, family, peers and community.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course Developed by Alberta Education