Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)

Description:

MLTs perform a wide variety of laboratory tests which aids the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Medical Laboratory Technicians provide compatible blood components for transfusion, perform chemical analysis of body fluids, classify blood cells, and identify microorganisms. They work in a variety of settings such as hospitals, clinics, industry, research, and independent laboratories.

This training is brought to you in partnership with Marion Technical College.

Advance Registration required. Seating is limited.
(419) 408-5540 for more information. Or click here to Contact Us.

Medical Assistant

Description:

The Medical Assistant works in a variety of health care settings: medical offices, clinics, and ambulatory care facilities. Medical Assisting duties vary between administrative and clinical skills. Medical Assistants help to ensure a smooth and functional health care setting and to provide a patient centered approach to quality health care. The program provides individuals with hands-on clinical skills, knowledge, and an understanding of the profession of Medical Assisting through classroom instruction, clinical skills, and externship.  Students may earn their Associates degree or earn a certificate.

This training is brought to you in partnership with Terra State Community College.

Advance Registration required. Seating is limited.
(419) 408-5540 for more information. Or click here to Contact Us.

Phlebotomy Certificate

Description:

The phlebotomy certificate prepares students to work as phlebotomists, highly trained professionals whose primary responsibility is the collection of blood specimens through venipuncture and skin puncture techniques. Phlebotomists are employed in a wide variety of settings, including hospital laboratories, clinics, physician offices, private laboratories, blood collection centers, home health agencies, and home visits for insurance agencies.

Advance Registration required. Seating is limited.
(419) 408-5540 for more information. Or click here to Contact Us.

STNA (State Tested Nursing Assistant)

Description:

The STNA training prepares students to work as a skilled, trained caregiver who works in an assisting role, helping registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and physicians in the delivery of patient care.  STNAs require formal training, testing, a criminal background check and passage of a state licensing examination.  STNAs can work in a variety of healthcare settings such as long-term care facilities, nursing homes, hospice care facilities, and health clinics.

This 75-hour training includes 16 hours of clinical training and 59 hours of lecture and skill laboratory practice.  The lecture and skill laboratory practice will take place at the Fostoria Learning Center, with the 16 hours of clinical training to take place in a local nursing home facility.

2019 Schedule:

January 10,  16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31

February 6, 7, 13

Clinicals: February 11, 12

Location: Fostoria Learning Center

Class Times: 3:30pm—9:00pm

Registration Fee: $495, includes student workbook.

Additional Fees: FBI/BCI $25-$30, TB Test $10, Testing Fee $100

Click here to download the Flyer + Registration Form — next class starts January 10, 2019. Register Early to ensure your seat. Registration will close three days prior to start of class.

Advance Registration required. Seating is limited.
(419) 408-5540 for more information. Or click here to Contact Us.

First Aid and CPR/AED

Heartsaver® courses are for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in First Aid and/or CPR AED to meet job, regulatory or other requirements.  This course is for renewing, recertification, or first-time students.  Course fee includes cost of required workbook.

The Heartsaver® First-aid/CPR/AED class covers the following topics:

• CPR for adults/children/infants

• AED (Automated External Defibrillators)

• Opioid-associated life-threatening emergencies

• Bleeding control

• Seizures

• Epi pen use

• Snake bites

• Broken bones

• Poisoning

• Choke saving

• Other life-threatening emergencies

Who should take this CPR/AED class?

General workplace, parents, grandparents, babysitters, teachers, construction workers … anyone!

2019 Schedule:
February 14

Location: Fostoria Learning Center

Class Times: 9:00am—3:00pm

Cost:  $115 (includes workbook + AHA certificate/completion card)

Advance Registration required. Seating is limited.
(419) 408-5540 for more information. Or click here to Contact Us.

* Lunch is not provided in this course but there will be breaks during the day.