On Campus Healthcare Programs
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
SLCC’s short-term CNA program trains students to assist people in need of long-term healthcare. Students learn basic nursing skills to meet the physiological, psychosocial, socio-cultural, and spiritual needs of clients in various healthcare environments. Students receive 75 hours of classroom instruction and 45 hours of hands-on clinical experience. CNA training and experience puts students on a career pathway to becoming an LPN or other healthcare professional.
Emergency Medical Technology (EMT)
This 2-part course (EMT I and EMT II) is required for any person seeking to become a nationally registered Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). The course is based on the 2009 National Education Standards and curriculum. This course was developed for individuals who desire to work in the emergency medical care area. Lectures in the course will provide information on: the emergency medical service system, the role and responsibilities of the Emergency Medical Technician, communication, patient packaging, anatomy, physiology, pathology, patient assessment, airway management and basic cardiac life support, skills in patient assessment, soft tissue injury care, splinting, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, use of supra glottic airways, extrication, and patient movement. For registration, class dates, and additional information, call 337-521-9028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Coding and Billing (classroom)
With SLCC’s Corporate College’s short-term course, students learn medical terminology, anatomy, insurance and billing, and coding. In the process, students obtain all the hands-on experience necessary to code medical insurance claims with confidence. By the end of the 9-month course, students are familiar with the CPT manual and the current ICD manual. This is an in-person course taught at SLCC’s Lafayette Campus. Call 337-521-9028 or email email@example.com for class dates and tuition assistance.
Ophthalmic Assistant Prep Course
In this 3-week prep course, the learner will obtain the knowledge necessary to become an Ophthalmic Assistant. This course covers eye anatomy, eye diseases, eye injuries, muscles and pupils and abnormalities, instructions on how to use and interpret diagnostic testing, retinal imaging, corneal topography, cataract measurements, and basic ophthalmic pharmacology. This prep course is designed for learners who want to start a new career as an Ophthalmic Assistant. Following this prep course learner will be able to work at an Ophthalmologist clinic and work towards becoming a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant. This class will meet three nights a week from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at our Lafayette campus. To register for this course, call 337-521-9028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Phlebotomy Technician program is a 10-week course (8 classroom + 2 weeks clinical) where you will learn the technical and procedural aspects of basic phlebotomy. This program will provide you with the information and skills needed to collect blood specimens in a healthcare setting.
If you would like to advance your career in healthcare or are interested in starting a career in the medical field, this class is designed for you. Books and a test voucher for your Phlebotomy Technician Certification (CPT) are included in your tuition. Click here to download the Phlebotomy packet. To learn more, call 337-521-9028.
Online Healthcare Courses
Ready to start a career in medical billing and coding or as a pharmacy tech? Our Online Healthcare programs in our Corporate College can help get you on your desired career path – at your convenience. We've partnered with Career Step – a premier provider of online healthcare education – to give our students access to in-demand career training that's entirely online.
These programs include:
- Medical Transcription and Editing
- Professional Medical Coding and Billing with Applied PCS
- Medical Billing
- Pharmacy Technician (ASHP)
- Medical Administrative Assistant with EHR
- Medical Office Manager
- Computer Technician
- Health Information Technician
- Hemodialysis Technician with Externship
- Mental Health Technician Program
- Physical Therapy Aide
- Inpatient Auditor
We also provide support to students in these programs. These services include:
- Certification exam vouchers
- Access to a live instructor Monday through Friday
- Student study groups
- Graduate support services
- Laptop for classes
Get started today at CareerStep.com/SLCC or call (337) 521-9028.
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