Looking to start a new career, change careers or simply update your current skills?
Look no further than Blinn College's Technical Education programs for the skills needed to earn a certificate to get you into the workforce.
|Career & Professional Development|
Professional Office Specialist program prepares students for work in office environments where knowledge of office procedures, software/hardware, administrative, and interpersonal skills are required to perform duties.
|Electrical Technology Class is an introductory class for individuals interested in becoming electricians. Class includes electrical safety, hand bending, fasteners and anchors, electrical theory, test equipment, introduction to electrical blueprints, raceway, boxes, fittings, conductors and wiring.|
|Machining Technology Class is designed to meet industry’s need for trained operators in machine shops, manufacturing facilities and industrial plants. Curriculum is designed to develop skills and teach individuals to interpret blueprints, set up manual machines, perform basic and advanced machining operations and make decisions to insure that work quality is maintained.|
|Phlebotomy Class prepares students for employment as phlebotomists in clinics, hospital and commercial laboratories, large medical offices and blood banks. Students are provided instruction on how to obtain blood specimens from patients by venipuncture and skin puncture collection using proper infection control and safety practices|
|Medical Clinical/Office Assistant class provides the skills necessary to perform patient assessment, to include examination, and treatment as directed by physician. It also includes vital signs, collection and documentation of patient information, sterile techniques, office clinical procedures, and other treatments as appropriate for the medical office.|
|Certified Nurse’s Aide class is designed to prepare students for work as Nurse Aides in long-term care, home health, hospitals and doctor’s offices. Becoming a Certified Nurse Aide is a first step toward a career as an Allied Health professional.|
|Certified Medication Aide is a program for Nurse Aides and Other Direct Care Staff Employed in Long-Term or Personal Care Facilities, Correctional Settings or State Schools. The objective of this class is to prepare Nurse Aides for the administrat ion of medicines under supervision as outlined by the Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS).|