Health career training programs offered at no cost for qualified students
Feb 28, 2020
Attend a CCBC Information Session to learn how to get training for entry-level employment within the health care fields of medical front office
and central service technician
These pre-apprenticeship programs are offered at NO COST to the student. During the information sessions, attendees will talk to program area experts and receive information about the two programs as well as eligibility requirements. Applicants must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED.
6 p.m. Tuesday, March 10
Health Careers and Technology Building, Room 101
6 p.m. Wednesday, March 11
Medical front office
CCBC Randallstown, Room 154
staff register patients, schedule appointments, process communications and enter data into health records. Central service technicians
decontaminate, disinfect, package, sterilize and distribute surgical instruments, equipment and soft good products. Both fields are among the health care occupations projected for growth.
The pre-apprenticeship programs are 5-10 months depending on which one is selected. Although not guaranteed, upon completion, students will be highly qualified to enter a registered apprenticeship program in surgical technology or medical assisting. Students may also choose to enter the workforce or continue their education in other programs.
Registration for the information sessions is not required, but recommended. To learn more call 443.840.1207 or email CEHealthGrant@ccbcmd.edu.