Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope)
Pharmacy Technician (On-Ground)
Remington College provides non-credit certification preparation courses for the National Healthcareer Association Phlebotomy Certification and EKG certification. As a nonprofit college, our mission is to support and give back to the communities our campuses serve. These non-credit courses are designed to be short term and affordable.
Training opportunities are offered to upskill your team, support ongoing human resources training, and satisfy continuing education. Remington College can help create customized training courses to meet any need so you can focus on growing your business.
The Phlebotomy Certification Prep course is flexible and convenient. During the 6-week phlebotomy certification prep course you will attend hands on phlebotomy training once a week for a total of 30 hours in class. The course consists of instruction, out of class work, review, assessment, and Phlebotomy Lab.
Course fee $580 includes Ebook, lab supplies, NHA Exam Prep Materials, NHA Exam Fee (one attempt)
This four – week certification prep course will assist you in preparing for the National Health Career Association Certified EKG Technician (CET) exam.
You will learn the anatomy of the cardiovascular system, lead placement, types of rhythms, myocardial infarction, HIPAA security and privacy as well as receiving hands on training in electrocardiograms, 12-lead EKG placement, heart rate calculation, and rhythm strip interpretation.
Course fee of $550 includes Ebook, lab supplies, NHA Exam Prep Materials, NHA Exam Fee (one attempt)
Community education consists of courses, seminars, webinars or any other education program designed to educate an individual and give him or her the new skills and knowledge they may need for their line of work.
Community education courses are open to the public.
Yes, Remington College students may take community education courses. However, it is strongly recommended that Remington College students complete their program of study and then if still interested take any community education courses afterwards.