This year we proudly celebrate 15 years of the Certified
Medical Assistant accreditation as well as successfully training over 275
nursing assistants to administer care to those in need. We continue to be the
only South Carolina school that offers the training pathway for nurses to
reactivate their license and healthcare providers to transition into the field
of sleep disorder medicine. Spend some time reviewing the Phlebotomy program
and the career advancement to Hemodialysis Tech, read about the rewarding
diverse field of medical assistants and discover how nursing assistant
training can jump start your healthcare career
Lives often depend on the quick
reaction and competent care of emergency trained personnel. Incidents as
varied as automobile accidents, heart attacks, childbirth, and gunshot wounds
all require immediate medical attention and treatment.
We offer a
diverse selection of training courses ranging from the dispatcher to the
emergency medical technician. The main focus of these courses is developing
your knowledge and proficiency in emergency medical care and treatment. The
courses may train you for a career in the field of emergency medicine or
provide you certifications to maintain your professional license.
Greenville Technical College is an authorized provider of American Heart
Emergency Medical Technician (QJ)
Emergency Dispatch 9-1-1 (QJ)
Emergency Nurse Pediatric Core Course
Emergency Nurse Pediatric Core Instructor Course
Trauma Nurse Core Course
Trauma Nurse Core Instructor Course
Learning is lifelong and especially
in this fast paced technology-based society, changes occur quickly. Those who
have been in dentistry realize the need to stay abreast of current best
practices and safety measures.
These courses are taught by a practicing
dentist who adds her real world experience and practical knowledge to the
course of study.
Dental Radiation Safety
Nitrous Oxide Inhalation Monitoring
This CAAHEP accredited certificate
program is 18 months, 884 hours divided into 4 progressive sections. The
sections are divided into introduction, administrative, clinical and
laboratory. As a medical assistant you will be cross-trained to work in an
ambulatory care setting, primarily a physician’s office in the administrative,
clinical, and laboratory areas.
The American Association of Medical
Assistants defines its members as “Health care’s Most Versatile
IV Therapy for Certified Medical Assistants
A healthcare FOUNDATION course.
Nursing Assistant (QJ)
See our list of Direct Patient
Care online course options.