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Archive for December, 2012

SCC Winter Break

Season's Greetings

SCC will be closed starting on December 19 at 5 pm and will reopen on January 3, 2013 at 8 am.

You may view our class schedule and register online anytime.

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Start 2013 with a new career path. Nursing Graphic

SCC Corporate & Community Education has many healthcare class opportunities.

Emergency Medical Technician starting January 8, 2013 – Learn the exciting career of an Emergency Medical Technician in this SC DHEC approved online program. EMTs serve as a vital link in the chain of the health care team. This SC DHEC approved course is designed to instruct students to the level of the South Carolina Emergency Medical Technician. This 204 hour hybrid course (online learning and hands-on lab practices) includes all the skills necessary for students to provide emergency medical care under the SC DHEC guidelines.

Nursing Assistant (CNA) starting January 14, 2013 – The foundation of all nursing care starts with the nurse assistant. This multi-skilled Nursing Assistant Monitor Technician training allows for more employment possibilities in hospitals, specifically as a Cardiac Monitor Technician. This multi-skilled course Nursing Assistant/ Monitor Technician training allows for more employment possibilities in hospitals, specifically as a Cardiac Monitor Technician. The training is based on the standards established for the South Carolina Nurse Aide curriculum.

Patient Care Technician starting January 3, 2013 – Patient Care Technician is a 386 hour bundled  program that provides students with a wide variety of training skills  that will prepare them for employment in hospitals, physician’s offices, and medical facilities. Training includes Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy, EKG Technician, Arrhythmia Monitor Technician, Medication Technician and American Heart Association Basic Life Support/CPR for Healthcare Providers.

And Many More

View the complete healthcare class listing and schedules. Register now to reserve your seat!

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The City of Spartanburg is seeing more schools and companies buying up abandoned buildings and using them to train the work force and possibly land you a job.

Spartanburg Community College is renovating the historic Evans Building on Kennedy Street in downtown Spartanburg.

See the WSPA news article.

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