Phlebotomy Class FAQ
A healthcare professional that draws blood from an individual’s veins usually for lab testing purposes.
The class consists of lecture and hands-on practice with performing blood draws on fellow classmates.
You must have a high school diploma/GED and be at least 18 years old to enroll.
Classes are 4 total days meeting 1 day per week. You choose the day either Wednesday or Saturday.
The state of Florida, like most of the country does not license Phlebotomist. You must take a national certification exam to become certified as a Phlebotomist.
We are accredited through MedCa (Medical Career Assessments) a national certification agency as an approved training center and testing site for Phlebotomy.
At this time, we do not offer any financial assistance.
We allow our students to pay a $200 non-refundable deposit to start the class. The remaining $200 is due by the second week of class at the start of class.
The Phlebotomy class is $400 and includes supplies and a study guide. Certification fee is $150 and is separate cost from the class program.
We are willing to help our students seek employment however, we do not guarantee job placement.
As a Phlebotomist you can work in a variety of healthcare settings such as hospitals, clinics, blood banks, doctor’s offices, laboratories, and other healthcare facilities.
We offer morning classes from 9 AM - 1 PM and evening classes from 6 PM - 10 PM
Our class is offered every month.
CNA Class FAQ
The acronym CNA stands for Certified Nursing Assistant. A CNA usually works under the supervision of a register nurse providing care for patients.
CNA is a 2-week program;
English classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays for two weeks.
Spanish Classes meet on Mondays and Wednesdays for two weeks.
Morning class times are from 9 AM - 1 PM.
Evening Class times are from 6 PM – 10 PM.
Cost for CNA training only is $300 and requires a non-refundable deposit of $150 to reserve your seat, the remaining $150 is due the first day of class. Cost for CNA Deluxe Package is $350 and requires a non-refundable deposit of $175 to reserve your seat, the remaining $175 is due the first day of class.
We are an exam preparation center that prepares you with the skills needed to challenge and pass the state exam. It is not required for us to be accredited by the state.
The cost is $155 including the written and clinical test, to register for your test visit www.prometric.com
The state testing sites are provided to you by Prometric when you register for your state test. For more information, visit www.prometric.com.
The Florida Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Exam consists of two separate tests: The Clinical Skills Test and the Written (Knowledge) Test. The written test consists of 60 multiple choice questions to test your nursing assistant knowledge and skills. You will have 90 minutes to take the test. You will engage in hands-on training to prepare you for the clinical skills portion of the state exam. There are 22 clinical skills in total, in which we practice all of them.
The class consists of hands on training in a hospital style classroom setup to prepare you for the clinical skills and written test.
You must be at least 18 years old or have a high school diploma/GED and be able to pass a level 2 background check.
* You must have a social security number or permanent resident card to enroll in this program.
Generally, refers to a state and national fingerprint based check and consideration of disqualifying offenses, and applies to those employees designated by law as holding positions of responsibility or trust.
You can work in hospitals, assisted living facilities, clinics, doctor’s offices, government facilities, and more.
Background Exemption Assistance FAQ
Despite your background you may allowed to work in a healthcare setting. However, this process does not expunge your record.
he process takes up to 30 days.
A person is not eligible to apply for an Exemption from Disqualification until:
At least 3 years have elapsed since the applicant for exemption has completed or been lawfully released from confinement, supervision or nonmonetary condition imposed by the court for all disqualifying felonies;
The applicant for the exemption has completed or been lawfully released from confinement, supervision or nonmonetary condition imposed by the court for all misdemeanors prohibited under any of the statutes cited in this chapter or under similar statutes of other jurisdictions;
The applicant has paid the court-ordered amount in full for any fee, fine, fund, lien, civil judgment, application, cost of prosecution, trust or restitution as part of the judgment and sentence for any disqualifying felony or misdemeanor;
Persons designated as sexual predators, sexual offenders or career offenders are not eligible for an Exemption from Disqualification
Med Tech Class FAQ
The medication aide's role is providing routine daily medications, either prescription or non-prescription, to patients whose condition and drug regimen are stable. The aide has a list of patients and medications each day, and must administer medications in the indicated dosage at the correct time.
The initial course is 4 hours, the renewal course is 2 hours.
Medication Technicians usually work in assisted living facilities.
CPR Class FAQ
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is the attempt to get oxygen to the brain of an individual who is unresponsive and not breathing. By just pumping hard and fast in the center of an individual’s chest you can temporarily restore blood flow to their brain which contains oxygenated blood.
The Automatic External Defibrillator or AED is a portable device used to eliminate an abnormal heart rhythm in someone suffering from sudden cardiac arrest.
CPR Certifications will be given the same day upon successful completion of the course.
CPR Certifications expire every two years.
Our CPR courses cover training for an AED also referred to as a defibrillator.
CPR only classes are 4 hours, CPR & First Aid classes are 6 hours, and First Aid only are 3 hours.
Classes are a combination of video based learning and hands on skills practice with a CPR manikin, AED, Etc.
Follow the link below to the American Heart Association website:
No, the course is the same no matter if this is your first time taking a CPR course or if you are renewing.
You should wear comfortable loose fitting clothing since you will be bending, standing, pushing, etc.
Please bring your photo I.D.
The only requirement is that you book online and pay before you come. If you are coming for a skills session it is required that you complete the online portion and bring your certificate of completion.
After you complete the AHA online blended portion, you will then need to meet with an AHA instructor to demonstrate that you know how to perform CPR. However, you will be charged separately for each session. It is more affordable to take the classroom only CPR course.
Unless with the American Heart Association, you should avoid taking online CPR classes since they do not include any hands-on practice. Most employers will not accept a CPR card that was 100% online.
As long as they are able to behave, comprehend, and participate children are welcomed to attend.
Unless of an emergency, we never cancel our classes.
The basic life support course is intended for healthcare providers such as nurses, dentists, etc. The Heartsaver courses are intended for non-healthcare providers such as child care staff, security guards, personal trainers, etc.