Healthcare is more than a field. It's a calling...with a lot of different paths. There are clinical jobs, such as nurses. There are technical jobs, such as phlebotomists, EKG technicians and radiologists. Healthcare also needs a lot of supportive occupations, which involve helping clinicians, such as home health aides. Lastly, healthcare requires a number of administrative positions to keep the system running, such as medical office professionals, billers and coders, and receptionists.
Classes begin June 3
Make a difference in the battle against COVID-19 by keeping your community safe. Contact tracers work via phone to help people exposed to COVID follow guidelines. Training through the Metropolitan Community College. Paid internship upon completion! To get started, click here.
Become a Sterile Processing Technician and be a key player in the operating room! Certification through the University of Central Missouri. Online classes with in-person clinicals. To learn more about this certification, explore more here.
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Become a Certified Nursing Assistant. Tuition free for FEC members. High school diploma or equivalency required. Two classes available. Start the process today! Start the process here.
Become a Certified Medication Technician. Tuition free for FEC members, taught at the University of Central Missouri - Lee's Summit campus. Start the process today by clicking here.
(She started as a CNA. Now she's a registered nurse.)
OTHER HEALTHCARE PATHWAYS
Certified Nursing Assistant (Traditional)
Licensed Practical Nurse
Licensed Vocational Nurse
Emergency Medical Technicians
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians
Physical Therapy Assistants
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians