Students learn skills related to the health care industry such as taking vital signs, body mechanics, medical terminology, CPR and other entry-level skills. Clinical rotation and practicum courses allow students the opportunity to apply previously studied knowledge and skills at a local health care facility. Students may spend two classroom periods, two or three days a week at a nearby hospital.
Some courses require an application and acceptance into the program.
Testing and additional vaccinations may be required by the cooperating healthcare facility.
Fees including but not limited to:
- clinical rotation insurance
- background checks
- drug screening
- HOSA membership and competition fees
- Registered Nurse
- Pharmacy Technician
- Clinical Lab Scientist
- Physical Therapist
- Biotechnology Researcher
- Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- EKG Technician
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
- Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
- Community Emergency Response Team CERT
- Basic Life Support - Health Care Provider