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Recognized by NIOS , MHRD – Government of India (PREET AVI NO: 580033)

Courses in Offering:

1.Certificate in Community Health (For 10th Pass)

What do Community Health Workers do according to W.H.O. in the World?

     CHW's perform a wide range of tasks; home visits, environmental sanitation, provision of water supply, first aid and treatment of simple and common ailments, health education, nutrition and surveillance, maternal and child health and family planning activities, TB and HIV/AIDS care (i.e. counseling, peer and treatment support and palliative care), malaria control, treatment of acute respiratory infections,communicable diseases control, community development activities, referrals, record keeping and collection of data or vital events. These tasks are performed in many different combinations and with different degrees of breadth and depth.
Community Health Workers (CHWs) are called by a variety of names including Health Auxiliaries, Barefoot Doctors, Health Agents, Health Promoters, Family Welfare Educators, Health Volunteers, Village Health Workers and Community Health Aides. These individuals can be enormously effective. They can perform preventative medical services, monitor the community's health, identify patients at particular risk, act as liaisons between the community and the health system, interpret the social climate, as well as provide basic curative services. They are also often the only practical means of providing longevity and breadth to a health program.
Community Health Workers are currently providing at least the following types of services in different parts of the World:
    • First aid
    • Surgery assistance
    • Operating room technician and equipment sterilization
    • Treatment of minor illnesses
    • Dispensing drugs
    • Giving pre- and postnatal advice
    • Delivering babies
    • Giving child care advice
    • Nutrition education, monitoring and feeding
    • Immunization education, monitoring, and dispensing
    • Family planning services
    • Sanitation and hygiene promotion and education
    • Communicable disease screening, monitoring, follow-up and medication provision
    • Assisting in health center activities
    • Making Health Care Referrals
    • Performing school health activities
    • Collecting vital statistics
    • Maintaining records, making reports
    • Performing home visits
    • Participating in community meetings

1.Diploma in Image Technology (Radiography) (For 12th Pass)

A radiographer is an important member of the diagnostic health care team. They are responsible for producing high quality medical images that assist medical specialists and doctors to diagnose or monitor a patient's injury or illness.
They operate extremely technologically advanced equipment such as CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and mobile X-ray machines. Their roles are diverse and challenging, as radiographers are often trained in several specialist areas such as:
  • Trauma radiography - challenging examinations on injured individuals.
  • Mobile radiography - for patients too sick to travel to the X-ray department.
  • Computed tomography - three dimensional X-ray imaging test.
  • Magnetic resonance imaging - three dimensional imaging test powered by a large magnet.
  • Fluoroscopy – X-ray test that examines the internal body and shows moving images on a screen like a movie.
  • Angiography - imaging of blood vessels and the heart.
  • Operating theatre - assisting surgeons during operations with special X-ray equipment.
Radiographers need to show care, compassion and empathy to their patients. Whilst the role is highly technical, radiographers focus their efforts on patient care and welfare to ensure positive patient experiences. The radiographer works in a highly advanced technical profession that also requires excellent people skills. It is an exciting and rewarding profession to be a part of.
Radiographers have an extremely thorough understanding of the structure of the body, how the body can be affected by injury, and causes and effects of disease when taking X-ray images. However, they are not responsible for interpreting the images they produce. This is the role of a radiologist, who is a specialist doctor with a medical degree, and who has also completed clinical training and then specialised in interpreting images and writing a diagnostic report for referring doctors. Radiologists rely on the input of radiographers and there is a very close working relationship.
Radiographers work in a variety of situations including radiography/medical imaging departments of large public hospitals with busy emergency departments, private hospitals and large and small private radiology practices, sometimes with only a couple of rooms and a few staff.
1.Certificate in Fire Prevention & Industrial Safety (For 8th Pass >18 years)
This course will help the student in acquiring knowledge and exposure to the large scale industries, public and private sector security and safety department. Class 8th and above pass students are invited to join the course.
Can find Jobs in Fire Department, Industries, Offices, Hospitals, Educational Institutions, SEZ’s, Malls, High rise buildings , Docks, Airport etc. Also eligible to apply Jobs Abroad.
Up Coming Courses from NIOS @ PREET Center for the year 2014:
-         Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology Course in association with IMA
-         Certificate in Construction Supervision (Civil)
-         Certificate in Hardware & Networking Courses in association with CISCO
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