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KapCC has developed three incredible apprenticeship programs that kick-start careers in the health industry that allow the participant to earn a living while learning skills. Each program is tailored to the needs of employers in the relevant field and upon completion of the program, can open the door to a long-term career.
These are short-term training programs that provide lifelong skills for a career as a medical professional. Have a look at our programs and see which is the best fit for you.
Health Education Non-Credit Program Coordinator
Community Health Worker
Community Health Workers are frontline public health workers are trusted members of the community they work in and are engage with the community they serve. Community Health Workers serve as a liaison and critical link with the community they serve by facilitating access to health and social services for an individual or family.
The Community Health Worker Apprenticeship program combines classroom learning with on the job learning. The length of the program is between 2,000 and 2,200 hours. As the student completes require courses the student will be awarded Certificates of Completion for specific courses and hours completed.
The Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship Program leads to a Certificate of Competency while preparing the student for the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination. The program includes evening and/or week end classes encompassing both lectures and laboratory practice in addition to the clinical experience in a pharmacy.
KCC’s optometry assistant apprenticeship program is a one year program, including 150 hours in the classroom, along with on the job learning. Upon completion of the apprenticeship program, the student earns a Certificate of Competency.