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  1. Health Science Technology Building a Pipeline of Future Healthcare Workers South Carolina Department of Education Office of Career and Technology Education www.myscschools.com

  2. Health Science Technology Education Building Facilities for Future Healthcare Workers

  3. Health Science Technology Classroom

  4. One HSTE classroom with storage area and shelves

  5. HSTE Theory ClassroomAlso, suitable for teaching Introduction to Health Science, Medical Terminology, and Sports Medicine

  6. HSTE classroom with tables allowing for instruction of theory and skills

  7. Work areas for skills practice and teamwork activities

  8. HSTE classroom with teacher’s office and partition allowing separation of classroom and lab area

  9. Computers with Internet access available for student use

  10. Computers and Internet access

  11. HOSA – An integral part of the HSTE curriculum. Showcase of awards serves to recognize student achievements.

  12. Patient units are used as teaching laboratories. The labs should closely simulate healthcare facilities.

  13. An area for teaching HSTE competencies

  14. Clinical lab setting in a HSTE facility

  15. Simulated area of a healthcare facility in a HSTE clinical lab area

  16. Retrofitted classroom and/or laboratory area can serve as a HSTE clinical laboratory area.

  17. Regular classroom settings can be accommodated to teach the HSTE competencies.

  18. HSTE programs need storage areas for supplies and equipment.

  19. Storage and Reference Materials