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
CCBC has been awarded a Department of Labor grant to offer Central Service Technician training free of cost to those who qualify. Please email CEHealthGrant@ccbcmd.edu for more information and to apply for grant-funded training.Central Service Technician CE Workforce Certificate »
CCBC offers four options you can pursue in this career track:
- Working in daycare centers and preschools
- Family provider in-home daycare
- Working in after-school programs
- Working with infants and toddlers
Community Health and Contact Tracing
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- CPR/First Aid Training
- CPR for Health Care Providers
- CPR and Rescue Techniques for Basic Life Support (BLS) Providers
Dental AssistantDental Assistants work in dental offices assisting Dentists in providing services to patients. Dental Assistant, CE Workforce Certificate »
Dental Assisting – Maryland General Expanded FunctionsLearn the theory and techniques used to perform general expanded functions approved by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners. Get prepared to take the Maryland General Dental Assisting Expanded Functions Examination administered by the Dental Assisting National Board.
Dental Assisting Maryland General Expanded Functions, CE Workforce Certificate »
Dental Assisting Orthodontic Expanded Functions<Prepares current dental assistants to learn expanded orthodontic dental assisting functions as approved by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners and prepares them to take the Maryland Dental Assisting Expanded Orthodontic Functions Examination administered by the Dental Assisting National Board. Dental Assisting Orthodontic Expanded Functions, CE Workforce Certificate »
Dental Assisting: Oral RadiographyDental office staff often needs the capability and knowledge to take oral radiographies.
Dental Assisting: Oral Radiography, CE Workforce Certificate »
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program: Get trained on life-sustaining assessment. Provide care to those experiencing an out of hospital medical or traumatic emergency, and learn the process for transporting those patients to an appropriate medical facility.
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Learn the theory and techniques of basic Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) care in the pre-hospital setting. Apply pathophysiological principles to recognize and manage a variety of patient conditions.
Emergency Medical Technology CE Workforce Certificate
Health Care Information & Management Systems Certification / Health IT
Be ready for ongoing use of the transitioning from paper to electronic health records (EHRs) for Health IT professionals. Training is offered for EHR Specialist and EHR IT Analyst. Background needed in either health care or IT including a degree or certification, and work experience. This is a Continuing Education Certificate program and prepares the student for the Certified Associate in Health Care Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS) exam.
Health Care Apprenticeships
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Medical Assisting and Program Outcomes
Medical AssistantMedical Assistants perform clinical duties and some administrative duties under the direction of a physician. Administrative duties may include scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, billing, and coding information for insurance purposes. Medical Assistant, CE Workforce Certificate »
Medical Assisting Program Outcomes:
- The passage rate for the national certification exam for 2020 is 100%.
Interested in working in a medical office? We offer a variety of career training programs focused on the medical office such as Medical Billing, Medical Coding, Medical Front Office and Medical Office Administrative Assistant.
Medical Billers are responsible for making sure patients are billed correctly. This involves interaction with patients, government agencies and insurance companies. Medical Billing, CE Workforce Certificate »
Prepares students to take the national certification exam to become a Certified Professional Coder. Medical Coders typically work in large physician practices, hospitals or coding companies. Medical Coding, CE Workforce Certificate »
Medical Front Office
Learn the ins and outs of working in a physician’s office, clinic, hospital or other medical facility. Store, retrieve and integrate information for dissemination to staff, patients and clients. Register patients, schedule appointments, process communications, and enter data into electronic health records systems. Medical Front Office, CE Workforce Certificate »
Are you seeking re-entry into the nursing profession? We have a Maryland Board of Nursing approved refresher course for those looking to reactivate their license.
Patient Care Technician
Successful completers of the program are awarded a CCBC Continuing Education Certificate and are prepared to take the national certification exam through the Pharmacy Technician Certifying Board to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician.
To get started contact us at CEED@ccbcmd.edu or call us on 443.840.4700.
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Pharmacy Technician, CE Workforce Certificate »
Phlebotomist CE Workforce Certificate »
Polysomnographic (Sleep) Technologist
Polysomnographic (Sleep) Technician, CE Workforce Certificate »
Pre-Requisite Courses / Challenge Exams
Have you taken health courses before? Utilize one of our challenge exams to get credit and save time and money!
Professional Development / Continuing Education
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Veterinary Assistant, CE Workforce Certificate »
CCBC can create a customized training program to improve the skills of your staff and meet the needs of your business.