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.
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:
- EKG Technician: Get the skills you need for this growing career, and prepare for national certification exams in this 50-hour program that meets at the Copley Campus.
- Pharmacy Technician: Prepare for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board's national exam, and then enter this field, where you'll work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist in a variety of health care settings.
- Dental Assistant: The next section of this 60-hour program meets at the Aurora Campus, beginning June 9.
- Medical Billing and Coding
In addition, Workforce Development offers online courses to prepare you for a variety of allied health fields, such as:
Learn more about these and many other online health care programs.