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    This veterinary assistant training is designed for any individual who wants to work in a veterinary hospital, zoo, animal shelter, university, etc. as a professional veterinary assistant. This interactive program provides you with the necessary skills and knowledge you need to open up even more employment opportunities for yourself. This multimedia-rich program is divided into two parts: (1) Veterinary Terminology Training and (2) Veterinary Assistant Training. In the Veterinary Terminology Trainingpart of the program, you’ll be provided with: • a visual approach on how to learn medical terms and understand the fundamentals of veterinary medicine.

    $2,995.00

    Do you have a love of animals? Are you a patient, caring person? Becoming a Veterinary Assistant is the perfect career path for you. Veterinary Assistant’s help make a difference in the lives of animals and the people that love them! As a Veterinary Assistant, you will work alongside Veterinarians to provide routine care, health evaluation, and treatment for sickness or injury. Assistants perform a wide variety of duties including feeding, exercising, and bathing animals, cleaning and disinfecting exam rooms, restraining animals during examinations, administering medication or vaccinations, and most importantly providing affection and a safe environment for every animal in their care.

    $3,295.00

    Instrumentation is one of the most important aspects of a surgical procedure. Our Surgical Instruments course introduces you to surgical instruments used for a variety of procedures. We describe what they are for and how to use them, as well as how to properly set up and break down a surgical workspace. We look at how to assemble and inspect instruments for defects or problems. Finally, we discuss sanitization, sterilization, and infection prevention techniques in order to ensure patient health and safety. This course will also cover the best practices for communicating in a healthcare setting as well as all the knowledge and skills required in medical terminology and human anatomy & physiology.

    $1,995.00

    The exciting field of sports nutrition combines the sciences of nutrition and exercise physiology. Our Sports Nutrition course takes a personalized approach that guides you through the elements of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, vitamins, and fluids using case studies and practical applications for working with athletes. You’ll be introduced to the functions of these nutrients, proper dietary intakes, and how they affect your body. Proper nutrition is vital to the overall athletic performance and experience. To get a job in the sports nutrition field, you need to understand current guidelines, emerging research, and be able to apply knowledge to athletes of all ages. This course will meet those needs by using the most up to date information and tools.

    $2,695.00

    Medical coding has become one of the most sought after occupations in any industry. Professional coder's are responsible for having a good understanding of the disease process, and clinical procedures in order to apply accurate identifying codes that are submitted for reimbursement of services. Professional Coder's can be found in multiple healthcare settings including private practice offices, ambulatory facilities, and hospital facilities. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for certified medical coders will increase 22 percent through the year 2022. The 2016 median income for a certified medical coder was between $29,360-$51,850, this varies depending on location and experience level.

    $1,995.00

    A phlebotomy technician draws blood and prepares it for testing. Since many people fear needles and the sight of blood, the phlebotomy technician instills trust and comfort in patients by creating a safe, professional, and compassionate environment. Constantly evolving technology has created a constantly growing demand for medical lab tests, and phlebotomy technicians are benefiting from this. The range of skills a phlebotomist masters are useful in almost every other healthcare career path. The median income for phlebotomy technicians in 2015-2016 was $33,000 (entry-level starts at $22,000 and highly experienced technicians earn $45,000).

    $2,695.00

    This course is specifically created for people who don’t have experience with phlebotomy or the healthcare industry in general. It will teach you how to comfort patients when drawing their blood and much more. Therefore, this program is an excellent option for healthcare professionals to improve their skills as well. This phlebotomy technician program will teach you: • About venipuncture techniques and tools • How to process samples • Methods to physically and mentally prepare patients for drawing blood Our program includes extensive use of multimedia presentations that’ll help make the learning process simple. As a result, you’ll enjoy what you’re learning, and you can improve your retention too. This program also includes certification.

    $2,595.00

    A phlebotomy assistant or technician draws blood and prepares it for testing. Since many people fear needles and the sight of blood, the phlebotomy assistant instills trust and comfort in patients by creating a safe, professional, and compassionate environment. Constantly evolving technology has created a constantly growing demand for medical lab tests, and phlebotomy assistants are benefiting from this. The range of skills a phlebotomist masters are useful in almost every other healthcare career path. The median income for phlebotomy technicians in 2015-2016 was $33,000 (entry-level starts at $22,000 and highly experienced technicians earn $45,000).

    $2,295.00

    Includes Pediatric and Geriatric specialized training!

    Pharmacy technicians work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist to dispense prescription medications. Pharmacy Technicians usually work in a hospital pharmacy or a retail pharmacy, but can also work in laboratories. Pharmacy Technicians are in high demand due to the constant development of new drugs, and an aging population that requires more and more of these drugs. Pharmacy technician can also be the first step toward a career as a pharmacist, nursing assistant or other medical professional. Recent studies show that the average starting wage is $12.62 per hour, but this varies greatly by location. 2015-2016 studies show the median income is $32,000 per year (ranging from entry-level $26,000 per year, to $39,000 with years of experience).

    $2,895.00

    Pharmacy assistants or technicians work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist to dispense prescription medications. They usually work in a hospital pharmacy or a retail pharmacy, but can also work in laboratories. Pharmacy assistants are in high demand due to the constant development of new drugs, and an aging population that requires more and more of these drugs. They can also be the first step toward a career as a pharmacist, nursing assistant or other medical professional. Recent studies show that the average starting wage is $12.62 per hour, but this varies greatly by location. 2015-2016 studies show the median income is $32,000 per year (ranging from entry-level $26,000 per year, to $39,000 with years of experience).

    $2,295.00

    The certificate program is designed to supply essential education integrating exercise science curriculum and practical training techniques into a systematic model that teaches students to progress their clients through different training levels and phases. Students will be prepared for careers working at medically-based fitness facilities, community wellness programs, personal training studios, physical therapy clinics, corporate fitness centers, YMCA’s/JCC’s, and private and commercial health clubs. This course provides an introduction to the profession along with coverage of exercise physiology, biomechanics, anatomy, motor learning, and nutrition.

    $2,795.00

    Ophthalmic Assistants play a vital role in eye care. They perform ophthalmic procedures under the direction or supervision of a physician. An ophthalmic allied health professional assists the ophthalmologist by collecting data, administering tests and treatments, and supervising patients. This course provides all the practical information you need to complete your day-to-day tasks as an Ophthalmic Assistant. You will learn detailed information on paramedical training, ophthalmic technology, and efficient office management. This course also covers the anatomy, physiology, optics, pharmacology, and microbiology of the eye.

    $2,495.00