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Calendar Mar 24, 2020

Ed2Go offers various types of online learning opportunities. You can contact Vermont Student Acceptance Corp (VSAC) and ask about their non-degree grants. If VSAC pays for the course, let us know and we'll work with you to get registered and on your way. If you want to pay for it yourself, you can take care of that directly with Ed2Go by entering your credit card information. Please see the following links:

Career Training (can lead to certifications): https://careertraining.ed2go.com/nwtcvt/

Shorter Courses: https://www.ed2go.com/nwtcvt/

 

Phlebotomy Training & Certification in St. Albans

$1,944

with Kelly Ross

Calendar Aug 31, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 24 weeks

St. Albans Training Site: Class starts August 31, 2021 and runs each Tuesday evening from 5:30 - 9pm for 24 weeks, plus clinicals. Access to a computer (cell phones cannot be used) and internet is required.

Includes CPR/First Aid/AED Training. Tuition includes textbook and online practice exams. Exam fee of $117.00 is not included.

Click Here for Required Documentation to Gain Entrance into Course

Northwest Career & Technical Center has developed a hybrid phlebotomy program that has been approved by the National Healthcare Association in order to offer the nationally approved Phlebotomy Technician Certification Preparation course and to be a testing site for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician examination. The hybrid program allows students to attend class online and in person for hands-on training. This model allows students to minimize in person instruction and allows students to pace themselves during the course. In order to sit for certification, students must attend 84 classroom hours and complete the necessary venipuncture and capillary punctures as outlined by the National Healthcare Association.

Due to the growing need for phlebotomists, Northwest Career & Technical Center has created relationships with Northwestern Medical Center and University of VT Medical Center in order to provide students with observational clinicals that will help each student gain insight and knowledge as to what working as a phlebotomist looks like. Each student will be offered up to 10 hours of clinical time with a skilled phlebotomist who will work with the student in order to answer questions, provide knowledge and demonstrate phlebotomy skills. Upon successful completion of the course, students are then eligible for interviews with the Northwestern Medical Center when jobs are posted and at the University of VT Medical Center via the HiTec program when jobs are posted. Students should visit Northwestern Medical Center’s public website for job listings, whereas students should visit HiTech’s website for University of VT Medical Center job listings

With the growing demand for phlebotomists, Northwestern Medical Center and University of VT Medical Center both offer a variety of shifts and career ladders in order to help you grow as a medical professional. As the face of the laboratory, you will work with patients, families and other health care professionals in order to deliver quality patient care. Now more than ever is the time to join a healthcare team and be part of someone's life. Join our phlebotomy program and take the first step towards a rewarding and exciting career.

This course is taught by two instructors.

Financial aid may be available through VSAC's Non-Degree Grant. Call them at 800-642-3177.

Payment plan available: $190 deposit plus 4 payments of $438.50, paid weekly.

Licensed Nurse Assistant Training Program - Saturdays Only

$1,330

with Lori Williams

Calendar Feb 5, 2022 at 8:30 am, runs for 9 weeks

Class begins Saturday, February 5, 2022 and ends April 2, 2022. Takes place on Saturdays, 8:30am - 5:00 pm, plus clinicals (dates to be determined based on availability of facilities). Total of 72 classroom hours + 16 clinical hours.  Tuition INCLUDES the testing fee of $130. It EXCLUDES the $20 application fee that is to be paid directly by the student to the Vermont Board of Nursing. If clinicals are completed at the Northwestern Medical Center, students are to pay $20.00 to have their criminal background processed. 

Due to COVID-19, clinicals may need to take place at the Valley Crossroads training site.

The course focuses on safe and effective practices for care in a health care setting. Students learn the basics of assisting patients, body mechanics, ethics, communication, and preparing for the licensing exam. The written and skills LNA licensing testing is done at the Valley Crossroads training site, 27 Fisher Pond Rd., St. Albans (where the class is held).

Applicants must be able to pass a thorough background check.

Financial aid may be available through VSAC's Non-Degree Grant. Call them at 800-642-3177. 

Payment plan available: $100 deposit plus 12 payments of $94.61, paid every two weeks. Final payment of $94.68.

Phlebotomy Training & Certification in St. Albans

$1,944

with Kelly Ross

Calendar Feb 22, 2022 at 5:30 pm, runs for 24 weeks

St. Albans Training Site: Class starts February 22, 2022 and runs each Tuesday evening from 5:30 - 9pm for 24 weeks, plus clinicals. Access to a computer (cell phones cannot be used) and internet is required.

Includes CPR/First Aid/AED Training. Tuition includes textbook and online practice exams. Exam fee of $117.00 is not included.

Click Here for Required Documentation to Gain Entrance into Course

Northwest Career & Technical Center has developed a hybrid phlebotomy program that has been approved by the National Healthcare Association in order to offer the nationally approved Phlebotomy Technician Certification Preparation course and to be a testing site for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician examination. The hybrid program allows students to attend class online and in person for hands-on training. This model allows students to minimize in person instruction and allows students to pace themselves during the course. In order to sit for certification, students must attend 84 classroom hours and complete the necessary venipuncture and capillary punctures as outlined by the National Healthcare Association.

Due to the growing need for phlebotomists, Northwest Career & Technical Center has created relationships with Northwestern Medical Center and University of VT Medical Center in order to provide students with observational clinicals that will help each student gain insight and knowledge as to what working as a phlebotomist looks like. Each student will be offered up to 10 hours of clinical time with a skilled phlebotomist who will work with the student in order to answer questions, provide knowledge and demonstrate phlebotomy skills. Upon successful completion of the course, students are then eligible for interviews with the Northwestern Medical Center when jobs are posted and at the University of VT Medical Center via the HiTech program when jobs are posted. Students should visit Northwestern Medical Center’s public website for job listings, whereas students should visit HiTech’s website for University of VT Medical Center job listings

With the growing demand for phlebotomists, Northwestern Medical Center and University of VT Medical Center both offer a variety of shifts and career ladders in order to help you grow as a medical professional. As the face of the laboratory, you will work with patients, families and other health care professionals in order to deliver quality patient care. Now more than ever is the time to join a healthcare team and be part of someone's life. Join our phlebotomy program and take the first step towards a rewarding and exciting career.

This course is taught by two instructors.

Financial aid may be available through VSAC's Non-Degree Grant. Call them at 800-642-3177.

Payment plan available: $190 deposit plus 28 payments of $60.48, paid weekly. Final payment of $60.56.
American Sign Language
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American Sign Language

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Contact the American Sign Language Institute in St. Albans, VT for more information.  Website: asltraininginstitute.org, Email asltraininginstitute@gmail.com and Phone 802-393-2999.

Medical Administrative Assistant Training Program - Online Only
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Medical Administrative Assistant Training Program - Online Only

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Please visit this site for more details: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/nwtcvt/training-programs/certified-clinical-medical-assistant-training-for-cmaa/

If you're paying for the course, you can register directly on the website given above.

If you're seeking financial assistance, you can contact VSAC to see if you're eligible for a grant by calling 800-642-3177. The Department of Labor and Vocational Rehabilitation are also good sources for funding. If you receive funding, please contact the Northwest Career & Technical Center (NCTC) as the final step to registering and starting a new career. You can call NCTC at 802-527-0617 or email careertraining@maplerun.org. 

Administrative medical assistants are skilled multi-taskers who direct the flow of patients through an office. Effective patient flow allows the practice to operate efficiently, increase revenue, and provide a positive experience for the patient.

Their duties can include scheduling appointments, entering demographic and insurance information into practice software, managing patient check-in and check-out, answering phone calls, filing and retrieving paper records, maintaining electronic records, composing correspondence, performing daily financial practices, assigning medical codes and processing insurance claims.

Upon completion of this course you will be prepared for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) national certification exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam.

Medical Billing & Coding - Online Only
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Medical Billing & Coding - Online Only

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This course is offered by Ed2Go.

If you're seeking financial assistance, you can contact VSAC to see if you're eligible for a grant by calling 800-642-3177. The Department of Labor and Vocational Rehabilitation are also good sources for funding. If you receive funding, please contact the Northwest Career & Technical Center (NCTC) as the final step to registering and starting a new career. You can call NCTC at 802-527-0617 or email careertraining@maplerun.org. 

Whether you’re just starting work or transitioning into a different field, there has never been a better time to enter a career in Medical Billing and Coding. This course will prepare you for success in this rewarding career as you learn about legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts central to this field, including HIPAA compliance, official coding guidelines, and third-party payer requirements. You will also be able to choose a voucher for the professional certification that best aligns with your interests and career goals.

For more information, click on this link.





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