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Program Overview

Health Career Readiness Course

 

Health Care Readiness course introduces students to concepts and soft skills needed to succeed in today’s job market.

⦁ How to Ace this Class (1-2 Hours) – Students will learn about how the brain works, good study habits, and personal learning responsibilities.
⦁ Digital Responsibility (1-2 Hours) – Students will learn about digital distractions and the importance of staying on task. The module includes an online learning agreement that you can have students complete.
⦁ Health Career Exploration (4-12 Hours) – The Health Career Exploration module has been created to introduce students to the many possibilities of having a career in the health care field.
⦁ Professionalism (4-9 Hours) – Students discover the expected appearance and personal characteristics of employees. They learn a number of personal traits for career success, such as: honesty, communication, time-management, goal setting, problem solving, and teamwork.
⦁ Health Care Careers (5-7 Hours) – This module provides an exploration of health science professions including the rewards, demands education levels, and types of credentials required for them. They discuss the role of professional organizations and professional development and consider a career as a path or ladder. They research at least one health care career and develop a career plan.
⦁ Customer Service (3-9 Hours) – The Customer Service module is purposed to help students understand the importance of an employee’s role in customer service and the importance of customer service in business.
⦁ Career Development (2-11 Hours) – Students will go through the career planning process to learn about available resources and the planning process. Students will start with a self-assessment and then proceed to research and plan a career.
⦁ Job Seeking Skills (3-9 Hours) - This module prepares students for the task of finding employment. Students will learn about job criteria, resources, employment laws, job applications, cover letters, resumes, and letters of resignation. Students will create their own resume using Microsoft Office.

Employment Opportunities

⦁ Hospitals
⦁ Assisted living facilities
⦁ Long-term care facilities
⦁ Home health
⦁ Convenient care facilities
⦁ Doctor’s offices

Estimated Program Course & Fee Sheet:

Application Fee: $40
Lab Fee: $20
Tuition: $50
Total Cost of Program $ 110

Payment Policy: Payment is due at the time of registration to secure your seat.  Registration and Payment must be received by 5:00 pm EST the day prior to the training date registered or $10 late fee will be applied. Instructor approval is required for all late registrations after 5:00pm EST the day prior to training date.

*Students pay a $40 non-refundable application fee per program enrollment.

*** Tuition based on Florida Residency. Tuition fees are subject to change to comply with state guidelines. Important: This is a disclosure statement of costs. All prices are approximate and subject to change. This statement is to be used for informational purposes only. Actual costs, fees and expenses are to be verified by the Registration Office.

Phone 24/7

(813) 703 - 2091
(941) 681 - 8018

Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sat: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

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