Do You Need a Degree to Start a Career in the Medical Billing and Coding Field?
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The Welding Program prepares you for an entry-level welder career in the manufacturing centers, industrial complexes etc. While enrolled in this vocational program you’ll study Welding fundamentals and welding procedures.Read More
The Pharmacy Technician program will help you gain a solid foundation of pharmacy fundamentals and terminology. A combination of classroom and lab classes will help prepare you to work in both hospital and retail pharmacy areas. You’ll also receive on-the-job training in the 120 hour externship with an employer within the community.Read More
Medical Office Specialist
In addition to health care fundamentals, including emergency procedures and CPR, you’ll be trained in office management tasks, insurance processing, coding and billing, bookkeeping, medical records management. Students are trained in medical administrative procedures for ambulatory care facilities, medical clinics, dental offices, and hospitals.Read More
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Our HVAC program is designed to be completed in as few as ten months and focuses on hands-on training. Some of the topics we focus on in our HVAC trade school program are Air Conditioning, Troubleshooting, and Green Awareness, Specialized Commercial Equipment, and Heating Systems .Read More