Health Related Programs
Clinical Medical Assisting
October 7-January 27, T/TH/SAT as indicated
Curwen Building, $2,399
The Clinical Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare students to function as professionals in multiple healthcare settings. Medical assistants with a
clinical background perform various clinical tasks including assisting the administration of medications, and with minor procedures, performing electrocardiogram (EKG),
obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and other related tasks. Job opportunities are prevalent with physician’s offices, clinics, chiropractor’s offices, hospitals and outpatient facilities. Students who complete this comprehensive course would be prepared to sit for the National Health Career Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national certification examination. *See full schedule for more details on dates and times.
Financing Manufacturing Projects
October 1, W, 8-9 a.m.
WCCBI, #5560, $25
Are you and your bank burning money? Tax Advantaged Financing is a powerful tool that offers manufacturers a 35% reduction in interest rates. Only manufacturers are eligible. A lender can give a manufacturer a tax exempt loan. That means a lender does not have to pay any federal or state income tax on the interest income the lender receives from the manufacturer. Since most lenders today are in a 35% tax bracket, the lender saves $35,000 for every $100,000 in interest the manufacturer pays to the lender. The savings can be passed on to the manufacturer as a lower rate. 35% lower: this makes a huge difference to the manufacturer’s bottom line.
Talent Grab Series
October 21-23, T/TH, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
WCCBI, #5557, $299
Workforce Planning: If organizations look at supply and demand when purchasing raw materials, fuel, utilities, and other vital goods necessary to run our organizations, why would they not give the same energy to planning and managing the supply and demand of our most valuable assets - our people? Workforce planning allows organizations to "see around corners" and avoid business interruptions often caused by a lack of a skills pipeline.
Workforce Acquisition and Onboarding: Has employee onboarding in your organization been reduced to an administrative series of events followed by a handoff to the new employee's supervisor? If so, you could be missing a valuable opportunity to ensure engagement for the long term. Understanding how employee acquisition and onboarding play a vital role in employee retention can save organizations a fortune in time, money, and effort.
Employee Engagement: Many leaders don't recognize the difference between employee satisfaction and employee engagement - or how to identify either. Once this distinction is made and leaders have the right tools to identify the engagement levels within their workforce, the door opens to many more possibilities for increased productivity, cost savings, and customer satisfaction.
Recruitment and Retention of Veteran Employees
November 11, T, 9-10:30 a.m.
Curwen Building, #5561, $19
Attention employers and HR professionals - your company wants to support employing veterans, but are you fully aware of some of the resources, best
practices, and programs available to help you hire and retain this workforce? Your instructor will share his extensive experience working with employer hiring and retention strategies and programs specifically with veterans in mind.
Creating Compelling Testimonies
November 12, W, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Curwen Building, #5558, $29
Client testimonials are a powerful tool to showcase your clients, generate new sales and additional sales from current clients, and provide an opportunity to get to know current clients even more. This session will explore how to highlight your clients with the testimonials, integrate client testimonials as part of your sales and marketing, strategies to ask clients for testimonials, types of testimonials (written, audio, and video), and the implementation of a client testimonial program.