Medical Training


Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Preparatory Course

We offer a 30-hour comprehensive CNA preparatory class that will prepare you for success! Our dedicated instructors will guide you through the course in a manner that will teach you the skills and confidence you need to pass the Florida Board of Nursing State Exam.

  • The course covers written and hands-on training to ensure your success!

We offer several different times and days to work for any schedule. You can choose from:

  • 1 Week Class:                    8:30am – 4:00pm - 4 days
  • 2 Week- Day Class:           8:30am – 1:30pm - 3 days per week
  • 2 Week- Evening Class:   6:00pm – 9:45pm  - 4 days per week
  • Weekend Class:                 8:30am – 4:00pm - 2 consecutive weekends
  • Express Class:                     8:30am – 6:00pm - 3 consecutive days

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The course prepares the student to become a Phlebotomist. It is an in-depth course which includes theory, medical terminology, anatomy & physiology, and infection control. You will receive instruction on the following:

  • Preparing the blood collection site
  • Choosing the proper collection tools
  • Handling the transportation, processing and management of collected samples
  • Medical and legal ethics, as they relate to phlebotomy services

This is a hands-on class and students will practice blood and specimen collection and the safe handling of specimens.

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  • A course designed for a student who is looking to work as  a Cardiology Technologist.  The EKG/ECG technician is skilled in the use of an EKG machine to record the electrical impulses transmitted by a patient’s heart. This information is provided to the physician or other healthcare professions for analysis. 
  • This course provides specialized training in the operation and understanding of 12-lead EKG equipment, running and reading rhythm strips and an overview of basic anatomy & physiology, including electrical currents of the heart.
  • EKG/ECG technicians obtain employment in a variety of settings, including: Hospital's Telemetry Department, where patients are having heart-related conditions which need constant monitoring, and Doctor’s Offices.

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Patient Care Technician (PCT) Course

The course prepares the student to tend to the ill or injured under the supervision of doctors, nurses, and medical professionals usually in an acute care (hospital) environment, such as hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, and/or clinics. Our training program is comprehensive and includes the following necessary skills:

  • Obtaining Vital Signs (blood pressure, heart rate, respirations, temperature)
  • Collection and Measurement of Specimens
  • Glucose Monitoring
  • Performing Catheterization
  • Sterile Wound Care
  • Assisting Patients with Daily Living Skills (eating, personal hygiene and grooming)
  • Documentation of Patient Care 

Pre-requisites for PCT Program

  • Valid Florida CNA License or Anatomy/Physiology Transcripts 1 & 2
  • Enrollment or completion of both the Phlebotomy and EKG/ECG Programs

-Completion of these Certification Training Programs in Florida requires passing the practicum portion, which is held on campus, and the course final written exam.

-Once the program has been successfully completed, the student can register through the school to take the National Certification Exam.

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Cardiovascular Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

  • We are a local American Heart Training Provider, and our instructors teach according to the high standards of the American Heart Association.
  • AHA CPR training classes give you the information and the skills you need to help adults, children, and infants during breathing and cardiac emergencies.
  • We offer CPR/BLS and First Aid courses for both healthcare providers and general public. 

CPR includes the following topics along with a 2-Year Certification:

* Adult CPR      

* Child and Infant CPR      

* AED Usage

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  • Med-Tech training is a 4-hour medication administration class taught by a Registered Nurse (RN) for medical positions who will be assisting patients in the home and/or assisted living settings. This course will cover National Standards but will focus special attention to Florida Regulations. This training program is approved by the Department of Elder Affairs.

*Due to recent changes, this is now a 6-hour Certificate. You will need to complete a 2-hour CEU, Medication Savvy, before taking this 4-hour class. Please see staff for details.

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