Northeast Resiliency Consortium

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Opportunities in Healthcare start at Atlantic Cape Community College, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration to the Northeast Resiliency Consortium. Atlantic Cape has joined with six other east coast colleges in the Northeast Resiliency Consortium, the Achieving the Dream Network and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to train a highly skilled and resilient workforce of healthcare professionals. Dislocated workers, veterans, unemployed and underemployed individuals interested in obtaining industry recognized and high-demand credentials in the healthcare field are eligible for training to work as a:

  • Central Service Technician
  • Certified Home Health Aide
  • Certified Nurse Aide
  • Certified Home Health Aide for CNA or PCA
  • EKG/Monitor Technician
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Medical Assistant
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Phlebotomy Technician

Benefits of enrolling at Atlantic Cape include:

  • State-of-the-art training equipment at the Health Professions Institute
  • Hands on clinical experiences at area medical facilities
  • Eligibility to obtain certifications required by local employers
  • Small class sizes
  • Career counseling services
  • Resume writing, interview skills and job search assistance
  • College credit for college level learning obtained through career certifications and licenses
  • Resiliency training
  • College advisement and academic planning

Tuition Assistance may be available from:

  • Workforce Investment Act (WIOA)
  • Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)
  • GI Bill

 

For more information and/or to register for classes call (609) 343-4864. Visit the Health Professions Institute's web site for additional information. www.atlantic.edu/hpi.

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