Work as a Patient Care in a Hospital
It is always amazing to see a student’s face when it is learned they can enter the medical field and possibly work in a hospital within weeks.
In addition to that, a student can become state certified in addition to learning how to draw blood(phlebotomy) and how to read a heart machine (EKG). It is all a rather straight forward process. Center for Career Training specializes in this particular type of training.
A student usually participates in the Nursing Assistant(CNA) training, on the school grounds, while preparing to take the State Board exam.
This is how a student can become a Certified Nursing Assistant. Also, Center for Career Training will allow a student to engage in Phlebotomy and EKG classes.
The combination of all three of these courses can make a student eligible to apply for jobs in a hospital. More specifically, a student can apply for Patient Care Associate(PCA)/Patient Care Technician(PCT) openings. Furthermore, the in class lecture/lab training for this can take only 7 weeks.
This depends on whether a student is attending morning or evening classes. Hence, combining all 3 programs will make going to school shorter and less expensive.
It does not matter if a student is new to the medical field, or if he/she has years of experience.
Working in a hospital is a potential opportunity that could happen if all requirements are met.
Center for Career Training has many student who are either currently enrolled in a Nursing(RN) program, or they plan to eventually attend Nursing school. These students are fond of this combination because it can possibly give experience in a hospital, and the future/current
Nursing Institution can give credit for already being certified. Overall, It is a fun way to learn, and Center for Career Training remains true to its motto of “Fast Medical Training”.