INSTRUCTIONAL OUTCOMESMedical Assistant.- Prepares students for an entry-level position as a Medical Assistant in a private physician's office or clinic. This program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills, expanding the traditional role of the Medical Assistant to include front and back office skills.
Pharmacy Technician.- Upon completion of this program, graduates will possess the skills and hands on experience needed to become an entry-level Pharmacy Technician, dispensing and providing pharmacy support to pharmacists and clients.
Massage Therapy.- This program prepares students to enter the workforce as an entry-level Massage Therapist. The program provides the student with a career in the rapidly growing profession of massage therapy; which provides the student with an opportunity to gain satisfaction in helping clients to recover from injuries and improve overall wellness, as well as treat clients with chronic diseases.
Home Health Aide.- This program is designed for entry-level Home Health Aide who will be employed by agencies to work in the patient's homes. The students will be trained to proved consistent quality care for patients in their home setting and returning them to pre-episodic level with disease limitations and to maximize rehabilitation level function.
STUDENT PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Qualitative - A student must maintain a cumulative GPA of "C" (77%) or better in order to remain in school and to be considered in good academic standing at each evaluation point.
Quantitative - Attendance is checked at each evaluation point. A student must have a least 66.67% attendance at the schedule clock hour evaluation period. or the students will be placed on financial aid warning for the next evaluation period.
COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS FOR EACH PROGRAM
The student will be awarded a diploma upon completion of all required subjects, with a cumulative average of 77% or better, and demonstrating the ability to perform all required competencies, satisfaction of all financial obligations to the institute, placement interview an exit interview. Students may participate in the graduation ceremony and will be eligible for placement assistance, providing all graduation requirements have been met. Graduation ceremonies will be held one time a year.