Train for a career in Health Services in less than two years!

Patient-Care-Technician-CertificationHealthcare is a broad field with many opportunities. There are few industries in which a person can work such varied jobs all in the same line of work. With the wide range of options, it can be a challenge to find a starting point. The good news is, at Helms College we make it easy to find your starting point. Whether you’re a high school graduate heading to school for the first time or taking the leap towards a career change, chances are, you’re probably looking for an option that can get you into the field quickly.

Here at Helms, we offer a variety of possible career paths that will provide you with a high-quality healthcare education in less than two years. As part of our School of Health Services, we offer a Medical Administrative Assistant (MAA) program, which has a 9-month course curriculum; a Patient Care Technician (PCT) program that also has a 9-month curriculum; and a Multi-Skilled Medical Assistant program, which has a course curriculum of 12 months.

Caring Changes EverythingPCTs can work in hospitals, long-term care facilities and urgent care centers.  They have three specialties to choose from:  EKG, phlebotomy and CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant).  PCTs also sit for the Certified Patient Care Technician exam.

MAAs generally work in medical offices.  There are two specialties to choose from:  Certified Medical Billing and Coding Specialist or Certified Medical Administrative Assistant.

In addition to being timely, our programs have an externship component that allows students to receive hands-on training.  Here at the School of Health Services, we are ACCET accredited, which means we can offer federal financial aid to those who qualify.  Helms College also offers 4 scholarship possibilities. In addition, we offer job placement services and work with students through Career Services.

The School of Health Services will begin classes on August 23.  Our school offers a more affordable option than similar institutions for people interested in pursuing entry-level careers.

Helms CollegeIf you’re interested in an exciting career in the medical field, visit helms.edu today! You can also attend one of our Tuesday Tours. Tuesday Tours are a great opportunity to take a peek behind the scenes and see where Helms College students learn and prepare for professional careers in the field of hospitality and culinary arts and/or health services.
These tours are held every Tuesday from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm – and no appointment is required!

 Remember, classes begin August 23.

Train for a career in Health Services in less than two years! was last modified: August 28th, 2017 by Nicole Plyler