Clinical Health Care Training

The clinical health care training programs prepare outplaced and incumbent employees for direct, face-to-face patient care roles.

Clinical Health Care Overview

The clinical health care programs train workers for roles requiring direct patient care and contact. These positions often are responsible for helping to diagnose, treat, and provide ongoing medical care to patients in hospital, clinic, and private home settings. 

Clinical health care roles include medical assistants, dietary aides, and hospital care assistants. Please note, some of these positions may require externship or other on-the-job work experiences in addition to training.

Diploma & Certificate Programs

The career diploma and certificate programs can be completed in 6-9 months, on average, in preparation for industry-recognized credentialing exams and/or externships. Upon successful completion of these longer-form programs and relevant exams, learners earn credentials aligned to industry standards and employers needs. 

Diploma and certificate programs include wraparound learner support and access to instructors and coaches, ensuring your workers progress throughout the program. Our clinical health care diploma and certificate programs include: 

  • Home Health Aide 
  • Medical Assistant
  • Sterile Processing Technician 
  • Phlebotomy Technician  

Career Pathway Programs

The career pathway programs can be completed in 1-3 months, on average. Designed for workers to quickly learn and apply skills in healthcare support functions, these programs can be configured to the unique needs of your organization and local regulations. 

The career pathway programs also include wraparound learner support and access to instructors and coaches, ensuring your workers progress throughout the training. Our clinical health care pathway programs include: 

  • Dietary Aide 
  • Hospital Care Assistant 
  • Hospital Companion