- Certified Phlebotomy Technician I (CPT)
- Clinical Medical Assistant
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Nursing Assistant Training Program
- Veterinary Assistant
Our Students are Trained
in the Following Programs
Clinical Medical Assistant
Over the next 16 weeks, you’ll learn the medical terminology, human anatomy, diagnostic imaging, how to properly take vital signs, and more, with an emphasis on 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.
Emergency Medical Technician
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 9 weeks.
Nursing Assistant Training Program
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.
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.
Jack Goodwin, Program Director for the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program, was interviewed on San Diego Living where he talked about the short-term program as a great entry point into a career in health care, and the personal sense of fulfillment by working as an EMT.Read More >
Since the onset of Covid-19, health care resources have been under tremendous strain. But our graduates are using their skills and education to heroically meet this critical need.Read More >
As a phlebotomist, you will need to be able to work with any or all of these individuals. It will be up to you to gently help them accept the procedure and walk away with a good experience.Read More >