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Dental Assistant - Diploma ProgramSee Details
Throughout this 10-month program, you’ll be trained in current preventive, radiographic, and clinical dental procedures. The Dental Assistant program concludes with a 170-hour externship in a local dental setting; there, you’ll get on-the-job training and a chance to practice your skills with a potential employer.View on provider's website
Medical Records and Health Information Technician
Health Services Administration, A.A.S.See Details
This 82-week program covers a range of subjects valuable to working in a health care office setting, such as biology, medical records, health industry laws, human resources, billing and insurance forms, and effective communication. Upon completing the program, students will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree. If you’re interested in the medical field and administration, and if you’re an organized person who enjoys working with others, Florida Career College’s Health Services Administration program could be the first step to a career you love. This degree-level program provides students with general education courses as well as program-specific coursework in areas including medical terminology, information technology, and medical records.View on provider's website
Medical Assistant Technician Diploma ProgramSee Details
Graduates of the Medical Assistant Technician program enter the workforce equipped with the knowledge and skills that employers are looking for when hiring entry-level personnel. You’ll be able to work directly with doctors, nurses, and patients in health care settings such as hospitals, clinics, labs, and medical offices. The following are some of the positions our graduates have qualified for:
Medical Office Assistant
Clinical AssistantAlong with teaching you how to work with doctors, nurses, and patients, this 10-month program covers important topics such as front office procedures, pharmacology and drug administration, and electrocardiography. The program ends with a 180-hour externship where you can put your new skills and knowledge to work in a local health care office.
Certified Nursing Assistant
Patient Care Technician CertificateSee Details
Do you enjoy working with people and helping them get back on their feet? If so, Florida Career College Patient Care Technician program can be the next step for you! You will be instructed in patient assistance, geriatric care and nursing assistance with a focus on patient care skills and life-long learning. In the Patient Care Technician program, you’ll learn in an environment that is designed to look, feel, and operate like a real workplace you might encounter in your career. We do this to get you as familiar as possible with the tools, settings, and experiences you might encounter when you begin your career. With this program, you’ll be ready to make a difference on day one of a job.
Patient assistance, nursing assistance, geriatric care—these are just a few of the subjects you’ll dive into in the program. You’ll learn current theories and techniques directly from experienced industry professionals who are committed to teaching you what they know so that you can be successful. You’ll also get plenty of hands-on practice to help you get even better at your new skills as you go along.View on provider's website
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) CertificateSee Details
Nothing beats air conditioning on a hot summer’s day or turning on the heater on a cold winter’s night. But what if something goes wrong? Who comes to the rescue? An HVAC professional. That professional could be you! If you’re good with tools and solving problems, and if you like helping people, Florida Career College’s Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) program could be the first step toward a career you’ll love. In this program you’ll put your mind and hands to work learning how to troubleshoot, maintain, install, and repair residential HVAC systems. Coursework includes lots of time in a lab setting working with tools and practicing vital techniques and results in preparation for two important (optional) HVAC certifications: the EPA Section 608 Certification for Stationary Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and the Universal R-410A Safety Training & Certification.View on provider's website
Information Technology Industry
IT Support Specialist
Information Technology , A.A.S.See Details
Information technology is a fast paced, dynamic industry full of exciting opportunities. If you like technology and you enjoy solving problems, enrolling in Florida Career College’s Information Technology program could be the right career move for you. Learn Web design, Linux, and even (ethical) hacking and get on your way to work that you love and a future that you can be proud of. In this two-year program, you’ll learn to troubleshoot, analyze, and repair computer system and technology issues. You’ll also specialize in: Computer Security and Networking, Computer Science, Information Technology Management, and Healthcare Information Technology Management. You will also receive a guide to A+ Software, and introduction to UNIX/LINUX, and networking. Throughout the program you’ll use your mind and hands to learn and practice the theories, tools, and techniques you can use from day one on the job.View on provider's website
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