Clinical Health Care
Are you interested in a career that really impacts other lives and makes the world a better place? Try a career in caring. We offer many training options in patient care as well as professional development. The training ranges from entry level to licensure to re-licensure programs. Our dedicated instructors\mentors deliver affordable, quality education year round. Many of our instructors were once Greenville Technical College students; they feel committed to giving back to our community through enriching students’ knowledge.
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We continue to be the only South Carolina school that offers the training pathway for nurses to reactivate their license, for healthcare providers to transition into the field of sleep disorder medicine and Medical Interpretation training. Spend some time reviewing the Phlebotomy and Ophthalmic Medical Assistant program. Learn about the new emerging field of Medical Scribe. Read about the rewarding, diverse field of medical assistants and discover how nursing assistant training can jump start your healthcare career aspirations.
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
Emergency Medical Technician
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 Association courses.
Emergency Medical Technician (QJ)
Related Courses in Emergency Response
Emergency Dispatch 9-1-1 (QJ)
Train to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) able to provide basic nursing skills in hospitals, long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, rehabilitation centers and home health care. This career field is expected to have a 49% job growth rate through 2022 according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Nursing Assistant (QJ)
Advanced Skills for Healthcare Providers
Medical Assistant Program
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 Profession.”
IV Therapy for Certified Medical Assistants
Acquire the skills to provide linguistically and culturally appropriate and effective translation services in a variety of settings, including the medical, behavioral health, and social service fields. Classes meet training requirements from both the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters and the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters.Medical Interpretation I: Introduction for Medical and Social Services
(QJ)Medical Interpretation II: Bilingual Medical Terminology
(QJ)Medical Interpretation III: Bilingual Intro To Common Diseases/Anatomy & Physiology
(QJ)Medical Interpretation IV: Bilingual Skill-Development
Are you a medical office professional interested in expanding your career opportunities? Become a Medical Scribe with this 8-week, online course and you could be one of the most in-demand professionals in your workplace. Starting salary for medical scribes is $10 to $14 per hour, and may be higher when combined with other job-related experience and certifications.
Medical Scribe for the Allied Health Professionals
Nurse Professional Development
Nurse Refresher Program
CE Courses for Nurses
Sleep Technician (Polysomnography)
Increased awareness of the impact sleep has on health has made polysomnography one of the fastest growing fields in health care. To become a registered sleep technologist through either the American Board of Sleep Medicine or Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists requires the A STEP Introduction Course. Pre-requisite for these courses includes a prior certification in health care.A STEP Introduction Course
(QJ)Polysomnographic Technician Clinical Externship
Ophthalmic Medical Assistant
Learn more about a fascinating, rewarding and growing profession. Assist in the effort to prevent, detect, diagnose and manage conditions that can interfere with one of our most precious senses: sight. Ophthalmic assistants are responsible for initiating patient exams, measuring and recording vital status and performing diagnostic procedures. They are valuable members of an eye care team!
Ophthalmic Medical Assistant (QJ)
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant Review
American Heart Association Training Ctr
As an American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center, we provide emergency cardiovascular care courses for healthcare professionals, employees in workplace settings, and general community needs.
Complete list of AHA Training Center courses >
Clinical Health Care Online
We offer many varied employment training courses. Many of the courses lead directly to employment as well as national certifications. The course instruction and personalized hands on practical skills provide every opportunity for you to be successful. The class sizes are small with flexible offerings both day and night.
Professional Foundation for Workplace Success
Advanced Skills for Healthcare Providers