CCBC has implemented a COVID-19 vaccination mandate for students in healthcare programs.
When starting a program, students must provide evidence of being fully vaccinated to their program coordinator. Fully vaccinated is defined as 14 days after receiving both doses of a two-dose vaccine or the single-dose vaccine for COVID-19.
There is no testing option and you will not be allowed to continue in your program if you do not provide the appropriate documentation. Instructions on how to submit proof of vaccination will be provided upon enrollment into your program courses.
Submit exemption requests for medical/religious reasons to the Dean of Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A COVID-19 vaccine is encouraged, but not required, for students in the Child Care Provider program, Medical Front Office program, Medical Billing program, and Medical Coding program.
Health care workers are in demand!When we think health care, we often think about doctors and nurses.
But the fact is, our complex health system requires specialized experts in many other highly specialized roles to deliver the care that patients need.
From medical assisting, to medical coding to surgical technology, these skill sets are in demand more each day.
Central Service Technician
Community Health and Contact Tracing
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Health Care Information & Management Systems Certification / Health IT
Health Care Apprenticeships
Medical Assisting and Program Outcomes
Patient Care Technician
Polysomnographic (Sleep) Technologist
Pre-Requisite Courses / Challenge Exams
Professional Development / Continuing Education
CCBC can create a customized training program to improve the skills of your staff and meet the needs of your business.