Introduction to Cyber Security Specialization
This course introduces the specializations participants will need to acquire, develop, and control the basic cyber security knowledge needed to address business concerns such as defending against cyber attack, developing security solutions to address business concerns such as network security, and implementing measures to mitigate the effects of cyber attack. The course provides participants with understanding of how organizations protect against cyber attack, how these organizations build a strong cyber infrastructure, examine basic cyber attack detection and prevention techniques, and how companies build security solutions.
The Specialization is designed to train participants in the basic security knowledge needed to address business concerns such as defending against cyber attack, developing security solutions to address business concerns such as network security, and implementing measures to mitigate the effects of cyber attack. You will not need to have any background in computer science or engineering, but this course will give you a foundation in how organizations build and maintain the basic cyber infrastructure needed to be secure in their business.
The course provides participants with understanding of how organizations build and maintain the basic cyber infrastructure needed to be secure in their business. It also provides participants with the necessary background in basic cyber security such as basic attacks detection and prevention, basic defense measures, and basic risk management. The course also provides participants with the means to acquire, develop, and control the basic cyber security skills needed to address business concerns like how to secure their network, how to build a strong cyber infrastructure, and how to build security solutions.Overview, Cyber Security & Introduction
Basic Security Measures & Security Systems
Advanced Security Systems & Threat Prevention
Defending Against Cyber Attack
Introduction to Emergency Care
What are the first steps for someone experiencing an emergency or need to get medical attention? How do I know if I am ready to receive care? What will I see and do I have to say?
This course is designed for patients who want to make sure they understand the basics of medical evacuation and how to prepare for and participate in care. The course will cover the topics of anatomy, life support, personal care, and gaining access to care. The course also covers topics like getting to the operating room, getting on the operating table, and how you can help an emergency patient.
The course consists of 10 modules. On each of the 10 modules, you will learn something new and different about the subject. You will also learn a little something about the person who you will need to communicate with, what questions they may have, and how you can help them. It is important that you are comfortable talking about medical topics. Everyone has different approaches to communicating with patients, so you will be able to tell different stories to different audiences and tell a better story with each one.
The course is divided into four topics. First, you will learn the basics of medical evacuation. You will then learn about what an EMF is and its components. You will then learn about access to care for patients with cardiac arrest and an EF, or an extricated thoracic perfusion. You will then learn about the components of a heart attack and how to prepare for and participate in care. Finally, you will learn about the components and precautions of an AED. You will also learn how to help an emergency patient get off the operating table.EMF Basics
Chest Pain & Fluid Impressions
An AED & Cardiac Arrest
Preparing for and Participating in Care
Introduction to Epidemiology
This course introduces the basic principles of public health epidemiology and the practical skills needed to analyze and report on public health problems. The course focuses on the public health problem of infectious diseases and the related public health interventions to control disease spread. The course also focuses on the preparation of reports and content of the reports. These concepts and skills will be useful to students of all backgrounds, including public health workers, public health administrators, public health recall specialists, and anyone using public health information for personal or professional gain.Introduction & Historical Overview of Infectious Diseases
Epidemiology in Public Health Practice: The Emergence of Infectious Diseases as Public Health Assets
Prevention and Control Measures
Transmission of Infectious Diseases: Health Professionals & Public Health Resources
Introduction to the U.S. Food System
All foods come from somewhere – farmers, ranchers, suppliers, and consumers. In this course, we’ll explore what exactly and who is responsible for how our food comes to us. We’ll also explore what the best way to eat is, considering the factors that influence our food choices.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to describe the movement of food and the people who influence that movement in a way that is meaningful to both the subject matter and the learners. You’ll be able to describe the various steps involved in growing and harvesting a food