The three (3) programs listed below will be offered at NO COST to participants through a partnership with the Lennar Foundation. Through this partnership students will receive tuition, books, uniform, and background check.
NOTE: These programs are available for enrollment until the available spots are filled. Scholarships are limited, so complete all the requirements as soon as possible.
The Central Sterile Processing Technician program provides learners with the transferable skills required for entry-level employment in hospitals or surgical out-patient centers.
A Central Sterile Processing Technician maintains the cleanliness, functionality and inventory of healthcare instrumentation and equipment. They ensure that patients avoid infections, and that doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals can access the instrumentation and equipment they need immediately.
The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program provides learning experiences that enable the student to acquire and assimilate the necessary technical competencies to function effectively as an EMT responding to medical emergencies in the pre-hospital environment.
An Emergency Medical Technician is the intermediate care practitioner in Emergency Medical Services. These individuals are the first to arrive on the scene and provide the initial assessment and direct patient care in the pre-hospital environment, as well as in emergency rooms, clinics, and ambulance services.
The Endoscopy Technician program provides students with the transferable skills required for entry-level employment as a member of the Surgical Services healthcare team in hospitals or surgical out-patient centers.
An Endoscopy Technician is responsible for preparing the operating room and the equipment; providing support to physicians and nurses while the procedure is underway; and troubleshooting any issues pertaining to endoscopes, an instrument with a camera attached to its end. The Endoscopy Technician also plays an important role among the gastroenterology team throughout the endoscopy procedure by helping to prepare materials, obtain specimens, and maintain a sterile field during the procedure as they ensure that all equipment is functioning properly.
The Licensed practice nurse (LPN) is an integral part of the healthcare team who practices under the direct supervision of the registered nurse, licensed physician, or health care provider. The scope of practice includes both preventative and curative care including treatments and defined medications.