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The mission of Broward College Workforce Education and Economic Development is to provide exceptional continuing educational programs that contribute to lifelong learning for our students, community and healthcare professionals.

 
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​Vascular / Interventional Radiography

Introduction to Cardiac Monitoring

 

(TBA)

September 25- October 3, 2017

Upcoming: Phlebotomy

September 11 - 19, 2017

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)           
Fee:  $246.00


Call 954-201-6613 for more information and registration.

September 5 - 6, 2017

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Renewal
Fee: $126.00

Call 954-201-6613 for more information and registration.

September 13, 2017

 

NOTE:
Please check your BC email for further instructions of your classes. To receive contact hours, participants MUST ATTEND the ENTIRE offering and successfully complete course objectives. Partial credit is not possible. Late arrival or Early departure will result in loss of all credit.

 

Request Information:
954-201-6613

cewfd@broward.edu

 

 


Basic Life Support (CPR- AHA)

​Course ID# - CAE0062  

Date Time Ref. # Fee Location

7/8/17
8:30a- 1:00p
572519
100.00CC/8/223
7/15/17
8:30a- 1:00p
572520
100.00CC/8/223

7/19/17
5:30p - 10:00p
572522
100.00​CC/8/223
7/22/17
8:30a- 1:00p
572523
100.00CC/8/223
​7/29/17

​8:30a- 1:00p

​572524
​100.00​CC/8/223
​8/12/17
8:30a- 1:00p
​572525
​100.00​CC/8/223
Online
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Spring Term  
 
Online Courses  
NOTE:
Online course meets program admissions requirements for Radiography and Massage Therapy.
NOT approved for CEU's by provider boards for Radiologic Technology. Online HIV/AIDS and Prevention of Medical Errors course are NOT accepted for FBD Message Therapy. Student must take face to face classes.
Students must sign-in to Desire to Learn (D2L) within the FIRST WEEK of the semester and read the syllabus.
Please contact Ms. Franklin for further assistance at (954) 201-6768.
Reference #
Course #
Course
Contact Hours
Fees
581945
CAE0615
Domestic Violence
2.0
$27.00
581946
CAE0616
HIV/AIDS
4.0
$40.00
5781947
CAE0617
Prevention of Medical Errors (NOTE: Meets admissions requirements for Dental Hygiene, Massage Therapy, Medical Assisting and Radiography and Nursing)
2.0
$27.00
581948
CAE0663
TB/OSHA Hepatitis
6.0
$60.00
581950
CAE0656
FL Laws & Rules - Respiratory 
2.0
$27.00
581951
CAE0657
FL Laws & Rules - Nursing
2.0 ​
$27.00

 


 

​Specialty Courses


12 Lead EKG Interpretation

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Course Description
This course is designed to enhance the clinical decision making and assessment skills of the critical care and emergency department specialty nurse who works with all types of adult critically-ill patients through analysis of a variety of challenging 12-Lead ECGs and case studies. With the numerous advances in the diagnosis and management of patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and other related cardiac disorders. The specialty nurse must be able to quickly recognize abnormalities on the 12-Lead ECG and notify the physician for appropriate intervention.
 
 
Pre-requisites:
Basic Arrhythmia or CLEP taken greater than 1 year ago. For more information, please 954-201-6905.


Course Number: CAE0066
Course Date:
November 6 - 13, 2017
Time:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.     
Hours:                                    
16hours
Total Cost:
$155.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus
                        
 
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Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.


Basic Arrythmia

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Course Description
Classes are designed to enhance learning for licensed healthcare professionals using this nontraditional teaching format. Designed to provide the learner with skills necessary to analyze a specific number of basic ECG rhythms at a basic introductory level. It is vital for members of the healthcare profession caring for patients with abnormal heart rhythms to be able to recognize the common arrhythmias. the american Heart Association's ACLS guidelines are referenced throughout the course content. 
 
 
Pre-requisites:
Licensed Healthcare Personnel working with monitored patients. 
Please call for any questions, 954-201-6905.
Course Requirements:
N/A
Course Number:
CAE0518
Course Date:
August 22 - 31, 2017
Time:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  
Hours:
32 hours
Total Cost:
$315.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus

 
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Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.
 
Introduction to Ventilation

Course Description

This course reviews the concept and skills needed to care for patients requiring mechanical ventilation and/or hemodynamic monitoring. Current practices and concepts will be discussed and incorporated with practical clinical applications. For registration information, please call 954-201-6905.
 
Pre-requisites:

Licensed Healthcare Personnel working with ventilator patients. 

Course Requirements:
None
Course Number:
CAE0557
Course Date:
September 21, 2017
Time:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  
Hours:
7.5 hours
Total Cost:
$100.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus

Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.
 


Sterility & Patient Safety
Course Description
The intent of this course is to provide the student with the fundamentals and a basic skill set on how to provide safe care to the patient that will be experiencing a minor or invasive sterile procedure. For more information, please call 954-201-6905.
 
Pre-requisites:
Licensed: CNA, CMA, LPN, or Health Career Core Certificate
Faculty
Becky Van Dine
Course Number:
CAE0653
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
August 25, 2017
Time:
7:30am  - 4:30pm
Hours:
8
Total Cost:
$ 230.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 8
 
Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.


Advanced Heart Failure
Course Description
This course will discuss a brief history of electrocardiography (EKG), the role of the technician, how to care and use the machine, positioning the patient, electrical hazards, identifying and reporting normal/abnormal EKG patterns, mounting the EKG.
 
Pre-requisites:
RN who cares for acutely ill heart failure patients, BLS
Faculty:
Sara Turpel, Ph.D
Course Number:
CAE0659
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
October 9 - 11, 2017
Time:
8:00am  - 4:30pm
Hours:
24
Total Cost:
$ 270.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 8
 
Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.


Introduction to Cardiac Monitoring
Course Description
This course will discuss a brief history of electrocardiography (EKG), the role of the technician, how to care and use the machine, positioning the patient, electrical hazards, identifying and reporting normal/abnormal EKG patterns, mounting the EKG. For more information, please call 954-201-6768.
 
Pre-requisites:
Licensed: CNA, CMA, LPN, or Health Career Core Certificate
Faculty:
Andrea Beckerman
Course Number:
CAE0449
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
September 25 - October 3, 2017
Time:
7:30am  - 4:30pm
Hours:
40
Total Cost:
$ 345.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 8
 
Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.


Vascular/Interventional Radiography

Course Description
Vascular/Interventional Radiography program will provide the student with all the essentials from sterile technique, patient care education, interventional procedures, through all forms of Vascular Interventional Radiology that will be needed to start their clinical training. To provide a study source and guided program for preparation and skills needed to sit for the V.I. registry. This class is open to RN's, LPN's and Radiologic Technologists with ARRT Registry.
 
Pre-requisites:
Licensed as RN, LPN, and/or Radiologic Technologist with ARRT registry.
Course Coordinator:
Jonathan Schwartz R.T. (R) (VI)
Course Number:
CAE0662
Course Date:
TBA
Time:
6:00 p.m - 9:15 p.m. (meets once a week)
Hours:
48 hours
Total Cost:
$356.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 8 room TBA
Requirements: Vascular & Interventional Radiography text & examination review book, 2nd edition.
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Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.
 
Computed Tomography (CT) Theory & Clinical
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Course Description:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pre-requisites:
This course prepares students with the knowledge and skills in Computerized Tomography Imaging. It is designed to allow an accurate assessment of the knowledge, abilities, and skills of the students. Students will be eligible for the ARRT Computerized Tomography examination upon completion of this course, and completion of required clinical hours.
 
 
Must be a current Florida Licensed Technologist and have a current Basic Life Support (BLS) card.
Please call 954-201-6613 for registration
Instructor:
Stacy Jimenez
Course Number:
CAE0541 & CAE0651
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
August 22 - December 5, 2017
Time:
6:30pm - 9:30pm (Theory only)
7:00A - 11:00p (Clinical)
Hours:
48.0 Theory/ Clinical 120.0
Total Cost:
$356.00 Theory/ $1,216.91 Clinical
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus Building 8, Room 203

 

Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.


Critical Care Nursing
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Course Description

 

Critical Care Nursing is designed to target entry level critical care nurses incorporating the principles of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, assessment and management. The course provides instruction on how to care for high acuity patients.
The focus is on caring for patients with cardiovascular, pulmonary, hemodynamic, neurologic, renal, gastrointestinal, endocrine, hematologic and multisystem disorders. Content includes the on-line Essentials of Critical Care Orientation modules from the American Association of Critical-Care Nursing. Lecturers present case studies, facilitate group discussions, and critical thinking exercises. Additional on-line activities are available through Desire 2 Learn.
The Nursing Simulation Lab course is conducted in a simulation lab where the nurse is expected to demonstrate assessment skills and patient management on a Human Patient Simulator. Students are required to demonstrate that they can evaluate signs and symptoms, intervene and evaluate if the selected treatments have been effective.


Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.

 

Pre-requisites:
Florida RN License (active); BLS Health Care Provider Course; Basic Arrhythmia Course. For registration, please call 954-201-6905.
Highly Recommended:
AHA Advanced Life Support Course
Course Coordinator:
Sara Turpel, Ph.D
Course Number:
CAE 0544
Co-requisite:
CAE 0587
Course Date:        
August 21 - September 18, 2017
Time:
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Hours:
124.0
Total Cost:
$850.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 8, Room 202/241
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Co-requisites:
Nursing Simulation Lab
Faculty:
TBA
Course Number:
CAE0587
Course Date:
Please call 954-201-6905 for registration
Time:
8 a.m.- 4:30p.m.
Hours:
25.0
Total Cost:
$325.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 8, Room 229/204
Paramedic/EMT Refresher

This course meets the 30 hour requirement for Florida Emergency Medical Services, not inclusive of AHA, PALS, BLS or ACLS. This is a blended course that  has 2 mandatory on-campus meetings. To preview the course go to http://paramedic-and-emt-recert.blogspot.com. If you have any questions regarding the course, please contact Chris Shannon (cshannon@broward.edu). 

Pre-requisites:
 
EMT License
Course Coordinator:
Chris Shannon
Course Number:
EMT: CAE0650 PM: CAE0649
Co-requisite:
15 hours of online coursework
Course Date: 
TBA
Time:
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Hours:
30
Total Cost:
$226.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 8, Room 211

 

Emergency Nursing
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Course Description
The Introduction to Emergency Nursing's 95 hour theory course provides the basic didactic content for those interested in entering the field of emergency nursing. This blended course is based on the core curriculum for ED nurses from the Emergency Nurses Association, and includes the ENAs on-line learning modules combined with studie cases, critical thinking exercises and a review of skills necessary for patient stabilization and management. Special modules include cardiac care, respiratory care, stroke car, triage, psychiatric emergencies and non-violent crisis intervention.
The Nursing Simulation Lab course is conducted in a simulation lab where the nurse is expected to demonstrate assessment skills, communication and patient management utilizing a Human Patient Simulator. Students are required to demonstrate that they can evaluate signs and sympthoms, intervene and evaluate if the selected treatments have been effective. 
 
 
Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.

 
Pre-requisites:
Florida RN License (active); BLS Health Care Provider Course; Basic Arrhythmia Course (Please call for registration
 954-201-6905)
Highly Recommended:
AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support Course (ACLS)


Course Number:
CAE 0645
Co-requisite:
CAE 0587
Course Date:
October 16 - November 6, 2017
Time:
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; First day arrive at 7:30 a.m. for orientation
Hours:
95.0
Total Cost:
$1,068.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 8, Room 202/241
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Co-requisites:
Nursing Simulation Lab


Course Number:
CAE0587


Time:
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Hours:
25.0
Total Cost:
$300.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 8
Magnetic Response Imaging
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Course Description
This course is a study of clinical applications and principles of magnetic resonance imaging. Basic MR physics, history, hardware, safety, and important MR exams are among the topics covered to introduce the students to the MR imaging technology profession.
 
Pre-requisites:
Graduated from a two year (2) Allied Health program. for more information, please call 954-201-6613.

Faculty:
Francine Bogle
Course Number:
CAE0622
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
August 23 - December 16, 2017
Time:
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Hours:
Lecture: 48.0 hours
Total Cost:
$ 356.00
Location:
Central Campus, Bldg. 8, Room 203
 
Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.
 

Required Text
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Bushong)
Available at BC- Central Campus Bookstore
Introduction to Hemodynamic Monitoring
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Hemodynamic Day is incorporated into the Critical Care Nursing course. Participants who wish to join the group should have previous clinical experience in at least Tele or Progressive Care areas. Concepts discussed are about blood motion and equilibrium.
The day’s activities include a three-hour lecture/presentation on cardiac and pulmonary anatomy & physiology as they relate to central lines. Then participants rotate to hands-on skills stations for arterial lines, pulmonary artery catheters, central venous lines and cardiac output. Nursing care, assessments, interventions and outcomes are correlated with what is observed on the monitors.
This is not a beginning nursing course. In order to optimize learning we ask participants to have reviewed tutorials or articles on Hemodynamic Monitoring. To receive the certificate, the participant must attend the full day’s activities.

 

Pre-requisites:
 
RN's working with Hemodynamic Monitoring. (Please call for registration 954-201-6905)
Highly Recommended:
 
Course Instructor:
Edna Trepanier (RN, MSN, MBA/HCM)
Course Number:
CAE 0558
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
August 31, 2017
Time:
8am - 4:30pm
Hours:
7.5
Total Cost:
$100.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Building 8, Room 204/229

 

Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.


Phlebotomy
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Course Description
 
Pre-requisites:

Healthcare background: CNA, LPN, RN, EMT, MA or have taken the Health Career Core class and have a current Basic Life Support (BLS) card.
Please call 954-201-6613 for more information & registration.
Faculty:

Francine Bogle

Course Number:
CAE0550
Co-requisite:
None
Course Date:
September 11- 18, 2017
Time:
7:30am - 4:30pm
Hours:
Lecture: 32 hours
Total Cost:
$ 640.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 8
Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.

Refresher Nurse Update
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Course Description
This course is designed for the Registered Nurse (RN) who has been away from practice for three or more years, or those currently working in areas other than the medical-surgical environment. The material presented will allow the returning nurse to practice patient care skills and administer medication and physical assessment in the lab setting prior to hospital clinicals. This will give an opportunity for the nurse to become aware of the changes that have occurred and that are necessary for providing effective nursing care in a variety of acute care clinical situations, so that the nurse will be able to move with confidence into a staff nurse orientation and return to practice. Clinical lab will be provided in a local hospital(s) where the returning RN will be exposed to various experiences working with an RN preceptor.
 
 
Pre-requisites:
Current FL RN License, Current BLS/CPR card, and must be able to pass security check and drug testing
(Please call Jessica McCloud 954-201-6613 for registration)
Course Coordinator:
Wesley Jackson, RN
Course Number:
CAE0623
Course Date:
August 24 - December 14, 2017

Time:
5:00p - 10:00p
Hours:
80.0
Total Cost:
1,821.91 (includes clinical fees)
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 8, room 203
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Co-requisites:
RN Refresher Clinical Lab
Course Coordinator:
Carol Hockenberger, RN, ASN
Course Number:
CAE0624
Course Date:
August 28 - December 16, 2017
Time:
7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Hours:
160.0
Total Cost:
(Included)  
Location:
A. Hugh Adams central Campus, Bldg. 8,
room 223
 
 
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Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.
 
Provider Approval
 
Florida Board of Nursing-CE Broker Provider 50-266
Perioperative Nursing Course

Course Description
Perioperative Nursing is a comprehensive course which provides instruction on how to become a perioperative nurse.
The focus is on caring for patients that will be experiencing invasive procedures. Perioperative Nursing is designed
as a blended program using multiple modalities, AORN Periop 101's online modules being the core curriculum in
conjunction with a robust clinical preceptorship. This course will provide the necessary knowledge and clinical
skills to work as a Perioperative Nurse. 
 
 
Pre-requisites:
Current BLS/CPR card, Current Florida RN License; 6 months-1 year experience (preferred); Surgical Technologist experience taken into consideration. ACLS (preferred) and must be able to pass security check and drug testing
(Please email: Becky Van Dine, rvandine@broward.edu for more information.
Course Coordinator:
Becky Van Dine
Course Number:
CAE0647 (Theory) CAE0648 (Clinical)
Course Date:
September 18 -December 6, 2017
Time:
7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.       Monday - Friday
Hours:
423 hours
Total Cost:
$5,175.00
Location:
A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Bldg. 1008, Room 223
Co-requisites:                            Clinical & Simulation
 
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Attendance Policy
 
Late arrival or early departure from any scheduled class/clinical lab may result in the loss of all college
credit and Continuing Education contact hours. No refund will be possible.
 
Registration Information
 
Registration must be completed in person at any campus registration site.  
 
 

 

​Registration Information

Online Registration

Refund Policy
 
Cancellation requests must be made by email or calling The Workforce Education and Economic Development  department two full business days (or as specified for an individual program) prior to the scheduled educational activity. No refunds will occur after the cancellation deadline or after the class has started. No shows do not constitute a cancellation. Students who register and pay in full for an educational activity, but do not attend, forfeit the entire registration fee. Online classes are not refundable once the student’s registration has been processed.

Extenuating Circumstances

The Workforce Education and Economic Development department may accept a petition for refund of tuition after a class cancellation date for extreme exceptional circumstances that prohibited a student’s ability to officially withdraw. The student must be able to provide clear documentation of the extenuating circumstances. These circumstances may include, but not limited to, serious illness of self or an immediate family (father, mother, spouse, sibling or child), call to or enlistment in active military duty, death and other emergency circumstances or extraordinary situations. Acceptance of petition will be at the discretion of The Workforce Education and Economic Development.
 
Cancellation Policy

The Workforce Education and Economic Development department reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any educational activity due to an insufficient number of registrants or for any reason deemed necessary. If a program is cancelled by The Workforce Education and Economic Development Departments, a full refund will be provided.
For all requests please contact:

The Workforce Education and Economic Development: 954-201-7800, Health Sciences: 954-201-6768 or ce@broward.edu

Certificates
A certificate will be given to all participants who have completed the course and registration requirements. The certificates will be given out by the faculty member at the end of the last class session. Be sure to get your certificate at the conclusion of the course. Participants must attend the entire offering. Partial hours/credit can not be given. Late arrival or early departure will result in the loss of all hours/credit.
Note: There is a $5 charge for duplicate certificates.
 
Attendance
To receive contact hours, participants must attend the entire offering. Late arrival or early departure will result in the loss of all hours. No partial hours is possible. 
 
Fees
Fees may vary according to the type of offering and contact hours of the class. Florida State Legislation mandates that those students who have not been a resident in the State of Florida for at least one (1) year, may have to pay out-of-state fees for certain courses. Residency is verified at the time of registration.

Schedule/Room Changes
In the event a class is canceled or rescheduled, changes in room assignment, as well as those marked "TBA," will be posted at the class location.

Miscellaneous Information
When attending The Workforce Education and Economic Development classes, bring your professional license and social security numbers, a #2 pencil and a pen for signing the attendance sheet. A sweater may be needed for your comfort. If textbooks are required, they will be available at the bookstore located on the campus where the course is offered. Offerings listed online in the brochure or flyers are subject to change.
 
 

Continuing Education/Workforce Development
Health Sciences
3501 S.W. Davie Road
Davie, Florida  33314​
Fax: 954-201-6397

Maria Borgstrom
Director/Executive Assistant
954-201-6783
 
Yahalia Franklin
Administrative Specialist III
954-201-6768
yfrankli@broward.edu
 
Jenny Coleman
Administrative Specialist III
954-201-6905
jcoleman@broward.edu
 
Jessica McCloud
Administrative Specialist III
954-201-6613
jmccloud@broward.edu
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