Whether you’re looking to unlock your sense of purpose, explore new opportunities, gain new experiences, or create the brightest version of your future, starting a new career is an exciting endeavor that comes with a long list of benefits. You may even qualify for workforce grants or training funds that can help you get access to the career advancement resources and training programs you need.
Before you commit to a specific training program, it can be compelling and beneficial to “window shop” and fully explore all of your career options. If you’re looking to explore a new professional direction within the healthcare or IT industry, some popular MedCerts programs for workforce grant recipients include:
This popular program prepares you for a wide range of opportunities. No matter what career you’re dreaming of, this program gives you the skills to play an important role in the health of patients and their medical treatment. In this course, you will gain access to the opportunity to work in a medical front office, where you will gain experience in:
Electronic health records
You will also have the opportunity to work within a pharmacy environment, where you will be responsible for assisting experienced pharmacists.
This program provides you with the skills necessary to be a Registered Behavior Technician (or RBT). RBTs work under the supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst, or BCBA, within a clinical setting. RBTs and BCBAs develop treatment plans for a range of patients, including autistic children or developmentally disabled adults.
You will be part of a field that prioritizes science and human behavior with the goal of assisting patients with atypical behaviors and improving their quality of life. The training from this program will prepare you to work toward helping patients learn daily skills in home or work settings.
A certification in the fundamentals of IT will take your office-based career to the next level. By boosting your technical knowledge, you will gain access to the field of Information Technology, or IT.
The daily tasks of an IT professional might include troubleshooting, performing maintenance on hardware and software, setting up new technology, and configuring computer workstations or wireless devices. This course is a great place to start if you are interested in pursuing advanced IT certifications in the future.
If you’re hoping to become an IT Support Professional, this course will introduce you to the essential fundamental principles of computer hardware, computer application software, operating systems, and networking technologies.
An IT Support Professional regularly works with web browsers to complete daily tasks like identifying threats to cybersecurity, troubleshooting issues, and performing regular maintenance. This course can lead to positions such as an IT Support Specialist, Help Desk Specialist, Technical Specialist, Marketing Professional, Desktop Support Analyst, and more.
To continue exploring career options, window shop with the Admissions Advisors at MedCerts, who can help you understand how each career training program aligns with state requirements, WIOA funding, workforce grants, and training funds.