Patient Care Technician, PCT
The Patient Care Technician Certification is the final class taken and includes Phlebotomy and EKG training, along with the advance nursing skills class. This includes hands-on training as well as more in-depth training from past knowledge of CNA, phlebotomy, and EKG.
Composed of 3 Parts:
EKG Technician $1,020
Advanced Nursing Skills $ 620
*All-Inclusive Total $3,195
Payment plans can be arranged and financial aid is available for those who qualify. WIA is a federally funded training program that may provide payment assistance if you qualify. General qualifications include people who have been laid off from employment and/or are receiving unemployment. There are a few other sources for financial assistance. See FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE link for information.
Upcoming PCT class starts:
January 9, 2019
May 13th, 2019
September 4th, 2019
Benefits of Becoming a Patient Care Technician:
Information About the Course:
Part ONE: Phlebotomy
The first step to becoming a PCT is to complete the Phlebotomy Program. In our Phlebotomy class you will gain the skills and experience necessary to be a Certified Phlebotomist.
Part TWO: EKG
The second step to becoming a PCT is to complete the EKG Program. Once you have completed our EKG class you will be able to run many types of EKG tests and be equipped to interpret the results.
Part THREE: Adv. Nursing Skills
The final portion of the PCT Class is Advanced Nursing Skills for the Nurse Aid. This is a one-week course which rounds out the PCT program.