Take advantage of our short, affordable and hands-on healthcare programs and get the education you need to begin working immediately.
Healthcare occupations are projected to add more jobs than any other occupational group. Growing occupations include Certified Nurse Assistants, Phlebotomists, ECG (Electrocardiogram) Technicians, and Patient Care Technicians. The healthcare sector provides job stability and career satisfaction!
Workforce Pathways Scholarship Funds are now available to cover the tuition for CNA and PCT Programs! Contact us for details at 864-592-4900.
CPR/BLS & Heartsaver Certification Courses
CPR / Basic Life Support - ECourse portion must be completed prior to the skills portion!
Important Information, Please Read!
Effective for all Healthcare classes starting January 2021 and after, we will resume WIN testing for all Healthcare CCE classes except CPR. Scores can be no more than 7 years old at the start of class. Required scores are as follows:
CNA, PCT: Silver Level
ECG, Phlebotomy, EMT: Gold level unless the student has a current S.C. or national certification in a healthcare occupation. If the student has a current S.C. or national certification, a silver level will qualify. Scores can be no more than 7 years old at the start of class.
Students are exempt from taking the WIN test if they have the following:
English (minimum required score): 19 Math (minimum required score): 22
For SAT tests taken before March 2016: Critical Reading: (minimum required score): 480 Math(minimum required score): 560
For SAT tests taken after March 2016: Evidence Based Reading & Writing (minimum required score): 510 Math (minimum required score): 580
Students must take the WIN test if ACT/SAT score is less than the required minimum score. Scores must be no more than 7 years old at the start of class.
Looking for something else? Check out the Online Courses.
More than 450 courses are currently being offered and new topics are always being added. Go to Online Classes for the latest list of courses offerings and register now.