Career Training

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Paramedic Science

Experienced EMT’s can learn Advanced Life Support (ALS) as a Mobile Intensive Care Paramedic (MICP) through patient-centered scenarios that may lead to a role as an entry-level paramedic
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Emergency Medical Technician

Learn the necessary skills needed to provide emergency medical care as an entry-level prehospital health care provider and obtain Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification in New Jersey.
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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant

Learn the necessary skills to become a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA). Successfully completing this 14-module program may lead to sitting for the CCMA certification exam.
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Phlebotomy Technician

Learn how to responsibly draw blood samples from patients for laboratory analysis, as well as how to handle, transport and process patient blood specimens.


alt textCurrent health care professionals, or those just entering the field, can learn Basic Life Support (BLS) techniques and obtain an American Heart Association (AHA) certification following successful completion of the workshop. The Heartsaver CPR course trains professionals and non-professionals basic life-saving skills and the chance to earn an AHA two-year certification.

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