Allied Health Programs

Train for a rewarding career in an allied health care field, which is projected to be one of the nation's fastest-growing sectors.

(Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook)

Although many employers look for prior experience or a college degree, some entry-level allied health care positions can be gained through specific training that requires a few months, rather than years. Workforce Development offers classroom training for the following allied health care support positions:

In addition, Workforce Development offers online courses to prepare you for a variety of allied health fields, such as:

  • Administrative Medical Specialist
  • Optician
  • Physical Therapy Aide
  • Medical Transcription 

Click here to get details about these and many other online health care programs.

More Info.

Call (630) 906-4152 or email

Note: If you're between the ages of 16-21 and come from a low-income household, you may be able to get your dental assisting or pharmacy technician tuition, fees, books and supplies paid for through the Youth Services Program