Health Care Careers

Train for a new career in under two years!

  

Financial Aid

You may qualify to get help paying for your education! Financial aid opportunities are available for many of the short-term training programs listed here!

Individual Training Account (ITA)

An ITA is a voucher, issued by the Workforce Investment Board, to be used to pay for an eligible individual's training costs. Contact LCCC's Employment and Career Services office at 440-366-4076 or OhioMeansJobs Lorain County at 440-324-5244 for more information.

Credit vs. Non-Credit. What's the Difference?

The credit and non-credit programs both provide valuable job skills for a great career. Classes taken in credit programs, however, can often be used as a stepping stone toward an associate's or bachelor's degree.

Health Care Careers

LCCC offers many certificate training programs that help you learn new career skills in a hurry. The short-term training opportunities are perfect for those who want to train for a good job, but aren't able to commit to long-term education or training.

Plus, credits earned for many of these programs can be applied to related LCCC associate's degree and LCCC University Partnership bachelor's degree programs.

See how you can turn a short-term committment into long-term success for your employment and educational goals.

Short-Term Technical Certificates  

Earn a certificate in one year or less. Coursework typically transfers into  related one-year technical certificate and associate degree programs.

Hemodialysis Technology for the LPN (18 credits)
Learn and understand the scientific principles of dialysis, the process of the dialysis treatment, and how to respond to the physical and emotional needs of people undergoing dialysis treatments.

Medication Aide Training (5 credits)
This course is for State Tested Nurse Aides who are interested in taking a 5 college credit short term course to enhance their skills and make themselves more marketable in long term care and assisted living facilities. Once they complete the course successfully and pass the state certification test, they can pass specific medications in those settings, with an increase in pay and responsibility.

Nurse Aide Training (5 credits)
Nursing aides help care for physically ill, injured, disabled, or infirm individuals confined to hospitals, nursing and personal care facilities.

Phlebotomy (19 credits)
The phlebotomist is a highly trained professional whose primary responsibility is the collection of blood specimens through venipuncture and skin puncture techniques.

 

One-Year Technical Certificates

Coursework typically takes one year to complete and transfers into the related associate degree program.

Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic (40 credits)
The EMTP performs advanced life support measures including cardiac monitoring, defibrillation, endotracheal intubation, starting IVs and administering medications.

Medical Assisting (34 credits)
Medical assistants perform clinical and clerical tasks that keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors and optometrists running smoothly.

Practical Nursing (LPN) (42 credits)
Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) care for the sick, injured, convalescent, and disabled under the direction of physicians and registered nurses.

Now What?

Click here for admissions and registration information. We're here to help you decide which short-term program will get you where you want to go.

 

Announcements

Register for Summer and Fall Classes

Registration is now open for all students for Summer and Fall 2015 classes.
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Canvas Has Replaced ANGEL

Beginning Summer 2015
  
Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/canvas.

MyUniversity

Students can save up to 80 percent on the cost of a traditional college degree. Learn more at www.lorainccc.edu/myuniversity.

MyTuition Guarantee

LCCC students now have the opportunity to participate in the MyTuition Guarantee. This new program holds tuition and fee rates for students registering in fall 2014, spring 2015, or fall 2015 for up to three years or until the completion of a degree, whichever comes first.
  
Click here to learn more and to complete the Completion Pledge.