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PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

Pharmacy technicians, also sometimes known as a pharmaceutical technicians, are health care worker who performs pharmacy related functions. They work under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist or other health professional. Pharmacy technicians work in a variety of locations, such as retail and hospital pharmacies. They also can be found in long-term care facilities, pharmaceutical

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN

Emergency Medical Technicians, more commonly known as EMTs, act as the first responders to emergency situations such as car accidents, fires and weather disasters. EMTs receive specialized training in triage, first aid, CPR and automated external defibrillation, or AED. During EMT training, students also learn how to safely transport patients in ambulances

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

Certified Nurse Aides, who are popularly referred to as CNA, provides patients with direct care. They are also referred to as nursing assistants. It enables the patients to carry on their day to day activities. As a part of their duty, Certified Nurse Aides have to collect vital signs. They have to make or help the patients get bath. They should also dress the patients and feed them

EKG TECHNICIAN

EKG technicians earn approximately $40,000 per year, following successful completion of this course; student will be able to apply for certification as an EKG technician (CET) by the National Health Care Association. (Fee for the examination is $105 plus online admin fee $25.) Results are known instantaneously after you submit your answers. Following certification, students will able to apply as entry level EKG technicians or EKG monitoring technicians