The U.S. Colleges Mission
With over 20 years of industry recognition, U.S. Colleges mission is to successfully prepare our graduates for new career opportunities by offering viable healthcare career options by providing quality educational programs based on employer-driven requirements. Our instructors are here to help you transform your life, and choose to teach at U.S. Colleges because they want to help students who want more support and guidance.
- Graduate in as few as 12 weeks!§
- Externships: Practice your new skills in a potential employers workplace
- High-level training for in-demand Healthcare careers
- Experienced instructors that care about your future
Over the next 16 weeks you’ll learn the medical terminology, human anatomy, diagnostic imaging, how to properly take vital signs, and more, with and emphasis in back office clinical responsibility. You’ll also receive 80 hours of hands on career training at your externship, providing you the critical on the job skills employers are seeking.
In this program you’ll learn how to provide emergency care, basic life support skills, patient assessment, trauma care, and more. You’ll receive 24 clinical hours of on the job emergency room and/or ambulance observation, and will receive a Certificate of Completion in just 8 weeks.
This U.S. Colleges ELDT program will involve 130 combined hours of both classroom/theory and behind-the-wheel (BTW) training. Students will be instructed on topics such as trucking basics, vehicle inspection, skills and maneuvers, and driving skills training, all with an eye towards preparing them to take the official driving test to earn a Class A Commercial Driver’s License.
Learn hands on the skills you’ll need to be successful in an entry-level nurse assistant role in a hospital, urgent care center, doctor’s office, or clinic. During your 5 week training you’ll learn how to care for patients, assist with charting and nutrition, take vital signs, long-term care, and more. 100 hours of externship training at a clinic facility will prepare you with the nursing skills needed to be successful in your new career.
How would you like to work in a clinic laboratory, hospital, clinic, or physician’s office as a phlebotomy technician? During the next 16 weeks you’ll learn how to properly perform venipunctures and skin punctures along with how to properly label all specimens. You’ll also gain 40 hours of externship in a clinical setting better preparing you for your career.