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NURSE AIDE TRAINING
 $1,000.   (payment plans available)
Estimated Completion Time
  • Day Class: 5 weeks
  • Total Clock Hours: 100 0* 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
  • The Nurse Aide Program is designed to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge, skills and abilities essential for the provision of basic care to residents in long term care facilities, hospitals, and the patient’s home. Students will learn to perform basic first aid, CPR, take vital signs, and follow infection control measures. Additionally, they will be able to apply proper body mechanics in bed making, lifting, and turning patients. The students are prepared to meet the requirements necessary to pass the State Exam and become a CERTIFIED Nurse Aide in the State of Texas.

CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • New classes will start approximately every five (5) weeks. Classes meet five hours each day. Day classes meet M-TH, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Evening classes are available M-TH, 5:00p.m.- 10:00 p.m.

  • All class schedules are subject to change.








MEDICATION AIDE TRAINING
 $1175.    (payment plans available)
Estimated Completion Time 
  • Day Class: 9weeks 
  • Total Clock Hours: 144 0* 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
  •    This 144-hour program is designed to teach students the skills essential for Entry-level work as a Medication Aide in licensed health care agencies. Clinical training is conducted at local, approved long-term care facility under the direct supervision of a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) or Registered Nurse (RN). The approved curriculum for this course is under the direction and guidelines set by the Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS).

CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • New classes will start approximately every nine (9) weeks. Classes meet four hours each day. Day classes meet M-Th, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m. Evening classes are available M-Th, 3:00p.m.- 7:00 p.m.

  • All class schedules are subject to change.








PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN
$1,000.   (Payment plans available)
Estimated Completion Time 
  • Day Class: 7 Weeks/ 2 days a week
  • Total Clock Hours: 75 hours total

 PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
  • This course will teach students how to collect blood for testing purposes. You will be able to identify medical terminology to relate to areas of the clinical laboratory and describe the basic functions of each main body system. Additionally, you will learn the veins or the arms, hands, legs, and feet on which phlebotomy is preformed and the proper infection control to maintain safety in the laboratory.

CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • New classes will start approximately every five (7) weeks. Classes meet five hours on Tues and Thurs or Mon and Wed. Day classes meet 8:30am-1:30pm and Night classes meet 1-6pm. 

  • All class schedules are subject to change.







​ELECTROCARDIOGRAM TECHNICIAN (EKG)
$1,000.   (Payment plans available)
Estimated Completion Time
  • Day class: 3 weeks 
  • Total Clock Hours: 30 hours total

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
  • Our EKG course is designed to teach our students proper EKG readings and the proper adjustments to fix, read, and record the EKG machine. Students also learn proper preparation of the skin, correct lead placement, and how to correctly input patient information to take their American Medical Certification Association Exam.

CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • New classes start approximately every (3) weeks. Classes meet 5 hours on Tues and Thurs or Mon and Wed. Day classes meet 8:30am-1:30pm and night classes meet 1-6pm.

  • All class schedules are subject to change. 









CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT
$4,500. (payment plans available)

Estimated Completion Time: 13 Weeks
Total Clock Hours: 225 hours total* 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
  • The Medical Assistant program is designed to provide the student the knowledge and skills required for entry‐level work performing the administrative and clinical functions of a medical assistant. Students learn how to schedule appointments, maintain patient records, perform billing and coding duties, assist physicians with examinations, prepare patients for laboratory and diagnostic imaging procedures, and administer medications. Graduates are eligible to sit for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam administered by the American Medical Certification Association (AMCA) and the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
  • The Clinical Medical Assistant program is a 225-clock hour course that teaches the student skills and training necessary to become an Clinical Medical Assistant. The student will have to complete the 100-Hour Nurse Aide Course, complete the 75-Hour Phlebotomy Technician Course, 30-Hour Electrocardiogram Technician Course and the 20-Hour Office Administration course and is required to pass all State/National Exams to become certified to be eligible to sit for the Clinical Medical Assistant Exam through AMCA/NHA. 

CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • New classes will start approximately every five (5) weeks.

  • ***All class schedules are subject to change.




PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN
$3,000. (payment plans available)

​Estimated Completion Time: 12 Weeks
Total Clock Hours: 205 hours total* 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:
  • The Patient Care Technician Program is designed to generate the Patient Care Technician, a vital member of the healthcare team, who will be expected to perform clinical and administrative duties in a medical office nursing home and hospital. Graduates are eligible to sit for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam administered by the American Medical Certification Association (AMCA) and the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
  • The Patient Care Technician program is a 205-clock hour course that teaches the student skills and training necessary to become an Patient Care Technician (PCT). The student will have to complete the 100-Hour Nurse Aide Course, complete the 75-Hour Phlebotomy Technician Course, 30-Hour Electrocardiogram Technician Course and is required to pass all State/National Exams to become certified to be eligible to sit for the Patient Care Technician Exam through AMCA/NHA.

CLASS SCHEDULE:
  • New classes will start approximately every five (5) weeks.

  • ***All class schedules are subject to change.







MEDICATION AIDE RECERT CLASS 
$50. (ONLINE ONLY)


  • This (maCEtp) class is scheduled for seven hours and will be completed in one day. It meets the annual requirements for Medication Aides by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services Medication Aide Program. The first 30 minutes will consist of introductions and distributing course materials. Then will be a review of Medication Aide rules and regulations and a review of 40TAC §95 and other regulations. Student’s will know the authorized and unauthorized functions of a Medication Aide, the requirements of §95.103(b) and any rule changes during the last year and pertinent changes to the Medication Aide curriculum. Major topic is determined by the maCEtp approved instructor. Approved by both the Texas Department of Aging And Disability Services - Medication Aide Program and the Texas Workforce Commission - Career Schools and Colleges department. The closing will consist of evaluation handouts and exams if appropriate.







 CPR INITIAL AND CPR RECERT CLASS $50. (CASH)

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS) FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS:
  • With the knowledge and skills you learn in this course, you can save a life. You will learn the skills of CPR for victims of all ages. You will learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). You will also learn how to relieve choking (foreign-body airway obstruction). The skills you learn in this course will enable you to recognize emergencies such as sudden cardiac arrest and how to respond to them.  

  • This course is for healthcare providers, such as: Nurses, EMT Technicians, physician assistants, respiratory, physical and occupational therapists, speech therapists, massage therapists, medical or nursing students, dentists, pharmacists, dental assistants, medical school residents, home health employees, nursing homes, or anyone wanting to go into the healthcare field.

CONTENT:
  • Adult, Child & Infant CPR 
  • 1 & 2 Rescuer Scenarios
  • Use of the Bag-Valve Mask
  • Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (conscious and unconscious)
  • Use of Automated External Defibrillation with CPR
  • Special Resuscitation Situations
  • Other Cardiopulmonary Emergencies















CLASS START DATE
CLASS END DATE
CLASS TIME
January 7
February 7
Morning or Evening
February 11
March 14
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March 18
April 18
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April 22
May 23
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May 27
June 27
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July 1
August 1
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August 5
September 5
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September 9
October 10
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October 14
November 14
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November 18
December 19
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CLASS START DATE
CLASS END DATE
CLASS TIME
January 7
March 7
Morning
March 11
May 9
Evening
May 13
July 11
Morning
July 15
September 12
Evening
September 16
November 14
Morning
Nurse Aide Class Future Dates
Medication Aide Class Future Dates
CLASS START DATE
CLASS END DATE
CLASS TIME
January 7
February 20
Evening
February 26
April 11
Morning
April 15
May 29
Evening
June 4
July 18
Morning
July 22
September 4
Evening
September 9
October 23
Morning
October 28
December 11
Evening
Phlebotomy Class Future Dates
CLASS START DATE
CLASS END DATE
CLASS TIME
January 8
January 24
Evening
February 5
February 21
Evening
February 25
March 13
Morning
March 25
April 10
Morning
April 16
May 2
Evening
May 14
May 30
Evening
June 3
June 19
Morning
July 1
July 17
Morning
July 23
August 8
Evening
August 20
September 5
Morning
September 10
September 26
Evening
October 8
October 24
Morning
EKG Class Future Dates