Allied Health and Continuing Healthcare Education (Non-Credit)
Health Sciences provides quality, up-to-date information for healthcare professionals and those wishing to enter the healthcare field.
- American Medical Technologists (AMT) Certification Examination Review Course
- Certified End of Life Specialist
- Child Abuse Reporting (Mandated)
- CPR & First Aid
- Dental Assisting
- Hemodialysis Technician
- Nursing Review & Re-entry into Practice
- Pharmacy Technician
- Physical Therapy Aide
- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
American Medical Technologists (AMT)
Certification Examination Review Course
For Registered Phlebotomy Technician (RPT) Certification
This course is designed to prepare students for the national AMT certification as a Phlebotomy Technician. This four-hour long session will review basic phlebotomy knowledge in preparation for the AMT Certification Exam using the Phlebotomy Exam Review book, information from AMT’s website, and a practice test. Along with the review, students will receive original study materials which will be emailed to them and three months of unlimited access to an online practice exam.
Colby Wolford, B.S. Ed., RPT(AMT)
Newtown Campus/ $45/ ATEST 0062
WB1 Sat., 6/9, 9am-2:30pm
Child Abuse Reporting (Mandated) (3 Hrs)
All health-related licensed professionals and funeral directors, who are licensed through the Department of State, are required under ACT 31 of 2014 in PA to receive 3 hours of training on Mandated Reporting as a condition of renewal for their license. This training is approved by the Department of Public Welfare to fulfill training requirements and is presented by Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA). Protecting children is the responsibility of us all. Anybody who suspects that a child is being hurt, has the right to report that suspicion. But, certain professionals, due to their contact or work with children, have special responsibilities. These people are called mandated reporters and are required by law to report suspected child abuse. Mandated reporters are of critical importance in the child abuse prevention effort. This training identifies the role and responsibility bystanders and care providers play in the prevention, protection and intervention of child abuse.
Newtown Campus / $25 / WHPAH 0028
WB2/ Wed, 4/18, 6pm-9pm
WB3/ Thurs, 5/10, 9am-12pm
Hemodialysis Technician (75 Hrs)
This course will teach you the essentials needed to begin your career in Dialysis. As a Dialysis Technician, you will enter this exciting and fast-paced world with all the knowledge and confidence needed to thrive. There are many employment opportunities all around the USA and the skills learned can be utilized anywhere. With almost 400,000 people on dialysis in the US alone, there is a great need for dialysis technicians. With our aging population, there will be an even greater need for professional dialysis staff. The major dialysis companies offer great benefits and many advancement opportunities. The ideal student will love working with patients and being part of a strong team. Become part of the front line by providing quality life sustaining treatments to our ESRD/Dialysis population.
Dr. Jason Kaplan, DC, RN
Newtown Campus / $2,205 (plus textbooks)/ WHPAH 0590 WB1
13 Mon & 12 Wed, 6/4 - 8/29, 6:30pm-9:30pm (no class 7/4)