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for Certified Nursing Assistants
The world may think you are only one person--But to one person, you may be their world.
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Howard County General Hospital
5755 Cedar Lane Columbia, MD 21044
Offers Paid Training Opportunity to advance your career.This is a position for Certified Nursing Assistants who are interested in taking their career to the next level as a Patient Care Technician (PCT). You will begin by working as a full-time Nursing Assistant at the hospital, then learning Patient Care Technician skills, and finally advancing to a full-time Patient Care Technician (PCT) position at HCGH. CNA's accepted into the program will learn PCT skills such as phlebotomy, IV initiation, 12-lead EKG, and foley catheter insertion after successful completion of a minimum 90 day review period. You will need to contact then for the requirements.
Workforce Investment Act approved Training Centers in Maryland
OF HEALTH, TECH. & CAREER DEV
3610 Milford Rd. 3rd Fl.
Baltimore, MD 21244
Innovative Healthcare Training, Inc
5500 Gwynn Oak Ave., Ste. 201
Baltimore, MD 21207
ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
101 COLLEGE PARKWAY
ARNOLD, MD 21012
Free patient care technician training in Maryland can be obtained through the Workforce Investment Act funds . The Maryland WIA believes no qualified student should be restricted from attempting college because of their limited financial resources. There are Grants, school scholarships programs, loans and career study programs are available to eligible to those whom are enrolled in an eligible degree or a certificate program, this includes patient care technician classes.
On the job training is a popular choice for those who are wishing to obtain a patient care technician certification for free in Maryland. Hospitals are the known to offer their current employees educational opportunities.
You will want to know all about the schools you are researching to find out about more information about their patient care technician courses. Its best to find out before hand if the training provider is accredited and can provide an adequate education that will prepare you to work in your desired field in your state.
To help you get started and explore your options, students will need to visit or call the training programs Financial Aid Office.
Free Patient Care Technician Training in Maryland