REVEST students may continue their education at MDC by taking vocational courses. The following options are available:
REVEST offers FREE vocational Programs to eligible students upon completion of VESOL Level 3.
These Programs in high-demand last around a year and will provide students with a combination of education and technical skills required for vocational certification to achieve marketable occupations.
|53010||Medical Coder Biller||999||$3,194.05|
|53003||Phlebotomy Technician **||165||$555.91|
|57006||Private Security Officer||68.2||$374.03|
|Medical Coder Biller||9||9||8||11||11||9|
|Phlebotomy Technician **||8||8||9||10||10||11|
|Private Security Officer||8||8||9||10||10||11|
* Cost shown for information only. Programs free for eligible students.
** No minimal TABE score required for this program. Only requirement is to take the TABE at least once.
REVEST offers CWE courses to eligible students through the School of Continuing Education & Professional Development of Miami Dade College.
These INDIVIDUAL COURSES available upon completion of VESOL LEVEL 3, are designed to provide skills maintenance and enhancement to those already employed or retraining, and immediate employment opportunities to those unemployed.
The following are the fields covered:
The TABE Test IS NOT a requirement for these courses.
These Programs in high-demand can last around a year. They consist of an organized curriculum of college credit courses offered in a distinct area of study that leads to occupational goals and for which the college awards a certificate.
REVEST covers up to 36 credits of the CCC PROGRAMS listed below:
|66044||Information Technology Support||640||32|
|66046||Microsoft Certified Database Administrator||320||16|
|66048||Oracle Database Administrator||320||16|
|66049||Oracle Database Developer||320||16|
|66050||Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)||320||16|
|69000||Educator Preparation Institute||336||21|
|67014||Infant Toddler Specialization||192||12|
VESOL Level 4 Completion, a TABE score of 8 on Language, Reading and Math and the “in-state” residency status.