Health Care

Individuals trained in the administration of health insurance programs are in high demand.

CEWD meets the needs for both pre-service and continuing education in these areas through online and in-person training and education. We offer several one-day seminars and short Certificate Programs each semester that are designed to provide you with new or advanced career and professional skills. Choose from a variety of fields and earn valuable CEUs (Continuing Education Units) or CNE's (Continuing Nursing Education).  

Paramedicine

Please call for more information about the following programs:

  • Nursing High Fidelity Simulation
  • Nursing Professional Development
  • Dental Hygiene Professional Development
  • Healthcare Management/ Leadership

Offerings

LNA Program

Course Type

In Person

Dates

Jul 15-Aug 29

The Vermont Technical College Licensed Nurse Assistant program prepares LNA students to step into an exciting career as a nurse assistant. Upon completion the student will be eligible to take the Vermont Board of Nursing exam to obtain an LNA license.
 

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Instances: 
LNA

The LNA provides basic nursing care which includes assistance with bathing, dressing, eating, mobility and toileting. They also take vital signs, obtain specimens, observe and report information, as well as many other tasks. LNAs work in many settings such as a Nursing Homes, Home Health Care and Hospitals and work under the supervision of an LPN or an RN.

Course work includes training in:

• Human Anatomy, Physiology and Development
• Patient care and working in a Care Team
• Basic Nursing Skills
• Caring for patients with Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
• Working in Specialized Care settings

The course is 140 hours over seven weeks (70 Classroom hours; 30 lab hours; and 40 clinical hours)

Classes will meet Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for three days per week, seven hours each day.

Application Requirements:

• 17 years of age
• Must undergo a personal interview and Pre-admission exam
• Be able to pass a background check
• High school diploma or GED is not required.

For more information contact Becky Steele, VTC Southeast Region Site Director, 802-257-2845 or by email at esteele@vtc.edu.

 

Location: 
VTC Brattleboro
Start Date: 
July 15, 2019 12:00 am
Duration: 
8AM-3:30PM
Cost: 
1600.00

Phlebotomy

Course Type

In Person

Dates

Sep 3-Nov 26
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Instances: 
Phlebotomy

This course is designed to provide the student with theoretical and technical introductory skills of a phlebotomist. Discussions include anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, medical terminology, structures of the health care system and clinical laboratory, safety, types of laboratory analyses, specimen collection including techniques, equipment, sources of error, and medical legal issues surrounding the practice of phlebotomy. Tuesday evenings for 12 weeks. 

Location: 
Central Vermont Medical Center
Start Date: 
September 3, 2019 12:00 am
Duration: 
6:30PM-9:30PM
Cost: 
650.00