[Updated for Fall 2017 Semester]

HEALTH CAREER PROGRAMS

 

Dental Assistant Program
Medical Assistant

Administrative - Front Office Procedures
Clinical - Back Office Procedures
Optical Training
Nurse Assistant - CNA Certification Program
Caregiver Certification Course
Nurse Assistant CNA
Individual Classes
Home Health Assistant (HHA)
Acute Care - CNA
Continuing Education (CEU) for CNA &Medical Assistant
CNA and MA Continuing Education
Pharmacy Technician
Health Informatics/Insurance Clerk
Medical Billing and Coding
Medical Terminology (Online)

Medical Secretary/Ward Clerk
Medical Secretary
Medical Terminology
Associates Degree of Applied Science - NEW
Licensed Vocational Nurse Program, Psychiatric Technician
Transitions to Health Careers (VN and PT)
Pre-Vocational Nurse - Pre-VN
Vocational Nurse - LVN
Psychiatric Technician
ENTRANCE EXAM: Vocational Nurse Program &
     Psychiatric Technician Program Assessment


  Click here for Vocational
Nursing Program Cost List

 

 
 


DENTAL ASSISTANT PROGRAM
For more information regarding the Dental Assistant program, please call (626) 934-2890.

 
 
  ORIENTATION:
July 19 and 26, 2017 at 10:00 am.

Registered Dental Assistant Program
All students are responsible for full payment by first day of class. TB & Hepatitis B clearance required prior to first day of class.
Prerequisite: Attend Dental Assistant Orientation & Appraisal. Call (626) 934-2890. Click here to see the Appraisal dates and times for a written assessment. Enrollment is contingent upon space availability and selection. Must have high school diploma or HSE (GED® or HiSET) prior to the first day of class. Please have financial aid in order prior to first day of class.
Program includes: Patient exam and treatment prep, x-ray technique, and assisting in general dentistry and specialty areas. Accredited by the CODA (Commission on Dental Accreditation). Graduates are eligible for Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) Exam. Requires CPR. (1170 hours, includes 350 hours clinical externship.)
Bloodborne Pathogens & Radiation Safety: Policies and procedures have been developed related to bloodborne and infectious disease. These policies, which may be obtained from the Dental Department, are available to applicants for admission and patients. Radiation policies and procedures are taught during x-ray techniques. Students will expose, develop, mount and critique radiographs including conventional, panoramic and digital Radiographic images.
Cost: Total cost $5,766 (includes registration $4,650, materials $709, CPR $96, insurance $18, ID badge $6, books $254 and uniform $33). CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

  Course No Days Time Location Teacher
  61000.019 M - F 8:00 am - 2:30 pm Willow Center Pasicznyk
  Call for more information.


 

Module #1:
DENTAL ASSISTANT CORE SCIENCES

In Dental Assistant Module I, you will gain knowledge in dental assistant core competencies and foundation skills. Topics include an overview of dental history, dental office, dental assisting application of biomedical terms and functions, dental anatomy, infection prevention and control, medical and dental emergencies, vital signs, anesthetic and syringe, topical, ethics and professionalism, patient interaction, business administration, communication skills, practice management, professional portfolio, delivering dental care, introduction to dental instruments, moisture control, dental charting, dental computer software, community health and diversity, and basic laboratory skills.
Dates: August 14 - October 6, 2017      61010.019

Module #2:
PRE-CLINICAL DENTAL SCIENCES

In this course module, students become proficient in dental materials including their physical, mechanical, thermal, electrical, corrosive, adhesive, and solubility properties. Students will identify a variety of dental and clinical materials, and will then learn proper manipulation of these materials. Dental laboratory procedures are introduced, such as working with impression materials, plaster and stone pouring, trimming models, fabricating and polishing dental appliances. Students will learn about clinical care delivery, ergonomics, the necessary skills of chairside procedures, instrument transfer, instruments, and dental handpieces and burs. Students will learn how to perform oral evacuation, dental dam application, and assist in operative dentistry. Students will study the dental specialties of the following: preventative dental health, caries prevention, general dentistry, pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, endodontics, Periodontics, oral surgery, implants, and prosthodontics. Mouth mirror inspection, fluoride, class II temporary restorations, provisional crowns, will be practiced to a proficient level. Students assist in the San Gabriel Valley Foundation Dental Health Clinic.
Dates: October 9 - December 8, 2017      61020.019

Module #3:
RADIATION SAFETY

Lecture: This course covers the didactic, pre-clinical work on mannequins and clinical instruction on patients as required by the California State Practice Act in regard to radiation safety. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be certified to take x-rays on patients in the dental office.
Clinical: This course provides advanced clinical instruction on the exposure of intraoral and extra oral radiographs. The bisecting angle technique; paralleling technique, panoramic machine; and adjunct dental radiology aids will be utilized. Emphasis in this course is placed upon the student's performance and demonstrated ability to consistently produce diagnostic radiographs.
Dates: December 11, 2017 - January 19, 2018      61030.019

Module #4:
CORONAL POLISHING AND PIT & FISSURE SEALANTS

In this course, you will learn the correct procedures and skills to successfully place dental sealants and perform coronal polishing on live patients. Topics include and overview on dental occlusal anatomy, infection prevention and control, ethics and professionalism, patient interaction, dental charting, and basic laboratory skills.
Dates: January 22 - February 16, 2018      61040.019

Module #5:
CLINICAL PRACTICE

This course module focuses on career development training, and on future success. Students assist the SGV Dental Foundation Clinic which is on site as a hands-on experience for chairside and operatory dentistry for a minimum of 110 hours. Upon successful completion of classroom and SGV clinic training, students will start an internship in a general dental office off site for a minimum of 222 hours. The students will observe in one specialty office for one full day, equal to 8 hours. Internship offices are at an approved facility off site, where an RDAis employed. Students work under the direct supervision of qualified personnel in participating institutions and under general supervision of the school. Interns will be evaluated by supervisory personnel every 40 hours, and will be evaluated by an instructor from the school every 24 hours. Completed evaluation forms will be signed by the dental office and then filed in the students file folders. Students must successfully complete their internship training in order to fulfill requirements for graduation. They will continue to work on becoming efficient in their skills, practicing with a variety of dental procedures as a dental assistant until completion of a minimum of 360 hours total.
Dates: February 20 - May 25, 2018      61050.019




ORIENTATION:
November 6, 2017 at
10:00 am. in Room 21.
 

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Call (626) 934-2892 for more information.

 

Medical Assistant
Proof of Hepatitis B, Physical Exam and TB clearance required.
Program Includes: Prepare for employment in a medical office or clinic by taking Administrative Front Office and Clinical Back Office Procedures. (1008 hours, includes Front Office and Back Office, Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology + 260 hours internship.)
CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

 

Administrative - Front Office Procedures      61210.019
Medical office management, basic insurance billing, computer applications, medical terminology and anatomy, ethical and legal issues are covered. 25 WPM typing recommended.

 

Clinical - Back Office Procedures      61220.019
Principles of infection control, diagnostic tests, medications and injections, electrocardiography, venipuncture are covered.
Cost: Total cost $3,620 (includes registration $2,900, Simchart $125, Stethoscope/Blood Pressure Cuff $50, CPR-AED/First Aid Certification $96, insurance $18, ID badge $6, books $392 and uniform $33). Requires flash drive.

  Course No Days Time Location Teacher
  61200.019 M - F 8:00 am - 2:30 pm Willow Center, 21 -
 

 

OPTICAL TRAINING

 

As an Optician, you'll work as part of a vision-care team. You’ll fill eyeglass prescriptions and ensure a proper fit by measuring patients eyes and facial contours, learn HIPAA compliance.
Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the appraisal assessment. (250 hours.) Takes 2 semesters for Certificate. Click here for more information.
Call for more information Nancy Merrill at (626) 934-2942      61100.019
CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

 

 

 

 





 


  ORIENTATION: Last Thursday
of the month at 12:00 noon.
Contact: Virginia Garcia at ext 2962.
 
  If applying for financial aid,
CNA students must also complete
Home Health and Acute Care.
(600 hour requirement.)
 

NURSE ASSISTANT - CNA CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Prepares students for immediate employment in a skilled nursing or other long-term hospital facility. Includes resident care, nutrition, rehabilitation and emergency care. Graduates are eligible to take the state competency exam for CNA. Students must speak, read & write English. Call (626) 934-2956 for information.

 

Caregiver Certification Course
NEW STUDENTS must attend Appraisal Testing. Call (626) 934-2801 for dates and times.
This class is a required prerequisite for consideration for CNA course.
Caregiver Certification course, designed for in-home and assisted living caregivers, includes training in ethics, client’s rights, and elder abuse as well as training in emergency first aid, personal care and assistance with daily living tasks like mobility, bathing, and toileting. Throughout the course students are taught to respect the individual’s rights to privacy and dignity and provide care in such a way that the person’s independence is enhanced and supported rather than removed. The entire course provides a comprehensive program of more than 70 hours of caregiver training. Cost: Total cost $214 (includes registration $100, Heartsaver Card $96, insurance $18).

  Course No Date Days Time Teacher
  61410.019 8/14/17 - 9/3/17 M - Th 8:00 am - 2:30 pm M. Balucanag

 

Nurse Assistant CNA
Prerequisite: Only students who are successful participants and received certification from the Caregiver class will be considered for the CNA program.
Cost: $1,235 (includes registration $1,110, ID badge $6, book $86 and uniform $33). Students provide white shoes, stethoscope/BP cuff, watch with second hand, gait belts, basic physical exam & 2 step PPD and State Competency exam fee. (480 hours.) CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  61420.019 9/4/17 - 1/23/18 M - Th 7:00 am - 3:30 pm Willow Center, 1 M. Balucanag
 


INDIVIDUAL CLASSES

 

Home Health Assistant (HHA)
Outside students contingent on space availability and approval by CNA Program Director. Prior to completing the home health assistant nursing program, student must have completed an approved Certified Nurse Assistant Program (see above). The course introduces the student to provide direct patient care under the direction of a nurse or doctor in a variety of health care settings. Using technical skills learned in both the classroom and clinical setting, home health assistants perform such tasks as feeding, bathing, positioning, ambulating and comfort measures for the patient. The program consists of 40 hours theory and clinical training under direct supervision. (40 hours.)
Prerequisites: Completed an approved Certified Nurse Assistant Program and have an active CNA certificate, Physical examination, TB clearance by PPD/Chest X-Ray and Medical insurance.
Cost: Total cost $583 (includes registration $550 and book $15) + insurance $18 if needed.

  Course No Date Day Time Location Teacher
  61430.019 1/12/18 - 2/9/18 F 8:00 am - 2:30 pm Willow Center, 1-2 Spring


 

Acute Care - CNA
Prepares students for skills in Acute Facilities/Hospital. Role of CNA in the following hospital areas: Medical and Surgical Unit, Emergency Room, Orthopedic Unit, Pediatrics Unit, Ambulatory or Outpatient Unit. (80 hours.)
Prerequisites: Students with active CNA certificate.
Cost: Total cost $657 (includes registration $550 and book $89) + insurance $18 if needed.

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  61440.019 1/30/18 - 2/28/18* M - F 8:00 am - 2:30 pm Willow Center, 1-2 Spring
  * Schedule may vary. Call the office for more info.

 





CONTINUING EDUCATION (C.E.U) FOR CNA & MEDICAL ASSISTANT
For more information call (626) 934-2856.

  CNA and MA Continuing Education
Classes meet CE requirements for MA and CNA certificate renewal. Approved by the California Department of Health Services. (CEP #13075) (NAC #6019) Must pre-register in Willow Center Registration Office during regular weekday business hours.
Cost: $20 per class (includes all practice materials and CE certificate). *Non-refundable. Limited to 30 students.
  Course No Date Day Time Location Teacher
  61450.119 9/22/17 Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Willow Center, 3 Staff
  61450.219 10/13/17 Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Willow Center, 3 Staff
  61450.319 11/17/17 Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Willow Center, 3 Staff
  61450.419 12/8/17 Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Willow Center, 3 Staff
 

BLS + $10 card.

9/22/17        Alcohol Abuse / Withdrawal Syndrome
10/13/17      Infection Control and Communicable Diseases
11/17/17      Respiratory Diseases and Patient Care
12/8/17        Heart Diseases and Patient Care

 


 
ORIENTATION:
Call main office for more details.

Pharmacy Technician
Course prepares students for entry level employment working in various pharmacy settings. Students are trained to assist the pharmacist in multiple areas of pharmacy practice. The course consist of both theory and clinical components, including: Medical Terminology, Pharmacy Law, Anatomy and Physiology. Total Hours 576 (HLPAE Recommends 240 hours of externship and will assist students with interviews for placement at a pharmacy)
Prerequisites: TABE test, TB clearance, High School Diploma/GED®, Clear criminal background.
Cost: Total cost $1,347 (includes registration $1,200, CPR $96, insurance $18, and uniform $33). A separate fee of $105 payable to Pharmacy Board and drug testing, live scan (prices vary) will be required for licensing. See www.hlpae.com for required books to be purchased by the student for approximately $397*. CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.
Note: The Pharmacy Technician Program now requires interested students to take the TABE Entrance Exam ($45) in order to start the program. See Entrance Exam section for complete details on the TABE Entrance Exam. $6 student ID badge fee.

  Course No Dates Days Time Location Teacher
  61320.013 8/15/17 - 5/24/18 M - Th 6:45 pm - 9:15 pm Willow Center, 108 L. Mozell
  *PHARMACY TECHNICIAN Students must provide these books:
• Workbook and Lab Manual for Mosby's Pharmacy Technician, 3rd Edition; Teresa Hopper, BS, CPhT; Paperback; ISBN# 9781437706710; 2011
• Mosby's Pharmacy Technician, 3rd Edition; Teresa Hopper, BS, CPhT; Paperback; ISBN# 9781437706703; 2011
• Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians, 2nd Edition; Kathy Moscou, RPh, MPH, BSc(Pharm) and Karen Snipe, CPhT, AS, BA, Med; Paperback; ISBN#9780323084970; 2013
• Workbook for Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technician, 2nd Edition; Kathy Moscou, RPh, MPH, BSc(Pharm) and Karen Snipe, CPhT, AS, EA, Med; Paperback; ISBN#9780323084987; 2013.

 

 

Pharmacy Clerk
This introductory course will provide students with an overview of the pharmacy profession. Students will learn about all pharmacy settings as well as the role of the Pharmacist and the Pharmacy Technician in each setting. Topics covered will include pharmacy law, pharmacy terminology, prescription processing, and beginning pharmacy calculations. Students will develop interpersonal skills required to communicate in a pharmacy setting with both health professionals and patients. (100 clock hours).
Prerequisites: Appraisal test, TB clearance, High School Diploma/GED®, Clear criminal background.
Cost: $100.

  Course No Dates Days Time Location Teacher
  61310.013 Varies M - Th 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Willow Center, 108 L. Mozell

 

 

 



HEALTH INFORMATICS/INSURANCE CLERK

 
ORIENTATION:
November 6, 2017
at 10:00 am. in Room 23.

Medical Billing and Coding
May be taken concurrent.
Covers ICD9 CM & ICD10 coding, risk management and HCPCS/CPT coding and its principles. A Biller/Coder is employed by medical offices, HMOs, insurance companies and hospitals to perform coding/billing, claim search and authorizing procedures. Current coding information prepares student for certification with AAPC, AHIMA and addresses HIPPA requirements. (120 hours).
Prerequisites: Typing/Keyboarding and working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Basic Medical Terminology.
Cost: $250 (includes study guide and reference materials). See instructor for required book to be purchased by the student for approximately $250.

  Course No Dates Days Time Location Teacher
  61610.013 8/15-17 - 12/21/17 TTh 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Willow Center, 23 S. Peralta


 

Medical Terminology (Online)
Basic anatomy and medical language necessary for persons entering the medical occupations. Required for students enrolled in Medical Secretary/Ward Clerk program.
Co-requisites: Medical Billing and Coding (see above), or Medical Secretary (see below).
Cost: $75 per session. Students provide book.
Articulation with Mt. San Antonio College.

  Course No Dates Day Time Location Teacher
  61620.013 8/15/17 - 12/19/17 T 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Willow Center, 23 S. Peralta
 


NEW STUDENTS must attend Appraisal Testing.
Call (626) 934-2801 for dates and times.
 

MEDICAL SECRETARY/ WARD CLERK

 

Medical Secretary prepares the student to work in a clinical setting as a Medical Secretary in a variety of Health related industries. Students will learn about the health care field culture and current practices, medical terminology, scheduling and electronic filing system used in the Health Care Industry and Electronic Health Record.
Prerequisite: Assessment of computer knowledge and ability to type a minimum of 35 words per minute. Assessment will be held Tuesdays and Wednesdays during Computer Lab times 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm in room 102.
Cost: $75 per session + enrollment in Medical Terminology (Online) $75 per session. Students provide books.

 

Medical Secretary

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  61510.013 8/14/17 - 12/20/17 MW 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Willow Center, 23 S. Peralta
 

Medical Terminology

  Course No Date Day Time Location Teacher
  61520.013 8/15/17 - 12/19/17 T 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Willow Center, 23 S. Peralta





 

ASSOCIATES DEGREE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

 

Completion of the General Education classes listed below plus proof of a California State Issued LVN License will earn you the Associate's Degree of Applied Science.
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE REQUIREMENTS
  • Biology 101
  • Intro to Human Anatomy
  • English 101
  • Counseling 101
  • Mathematics 70
  • Speech Communication 101
  • Psychology 101
  • Math 130 (Statistics)
  • 2 Electives
General education classes can be taken at any accredited community college or university. For more info please go to the following link: www.hlpschools.org/aadegree. Our Associate's Degree is accredited through the Council on Occupational Education (COE).

 







LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSE (LVN) PROGRAM
If interested in Financial Aid Benefits, you must apply early in the registration process at www.fafsa.ed.gov prior to enrollment.
If you are interested in the Practical Nurse (LVN) programs please follow the following procedures:
Step 1: Register at the Willow Campus, 14101 E. Nelson Avenue, La Puente, CA 91746 to take the Computerized TABE - $45.
Step 2: Upon qualifying test scores you will be invited to submit an application to the program to include a Personal Statement, 10 Essay Interview Questions, Letter of Recommendation from 2 sources, and an Official High School Transcript or State issued High School Equivalency Certificate (HSE). Complete your Pre-Check Clearance (background check). All required documents must be submitted in person to the Willow Campus Front Office.
Step 3: Upon complete submission of the above documents, your eligibility will be determined based on a standardized screening. Upon qualification, you will be invited to register for the Pre-VN course. You must register for this course prior to the first day of attendance - $25.
Step 4: See below for classes offered at the Willow Campus this Fall.

 

Transitions to Health Careers (VN and PT)
This combined lecture and skills lab course is designed to introduce and expose students to the medical field. The purpose of this class is to prepare students for success in either the Psychiatric Technician or the Vocational Nursing Programs. Content includes professional roles, critical thinking and problem solving, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, body mechanics, basic medication math and dosage calculations, intro to pharmacology and health safety guidelines. (This is a suggested course for the VN Program, but a MANDATORY course for the Psychiatric Technician Program).


 

Pre-Vocational Nurse - (Pre-VN)      62100.013
Prerequisites:
Only students who attained an appropriate score on the computerized Test on Adult Basic Education (TABE) submitted the required documentation, met the screening requirements and been invited to enroll can sign up for this class.
Financial Aid Application must have been completed prior to enrollment in the Pre-LVN class. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.


 

Vocational Nurse - LVN      62110.019
Program Duration: January 8, 2018 - December 16, 2018.
Testing Deadline: October 18, 2017.
Theory and clinical program prepares graduates for state licensing exam. (1530 hours/1 year.)
Prerequisites:
  • Age 17.5, proof of 12th grade High School Diploma or High School Equivalent.
  • Pass the computerized TABE assessment with a 12.0 or higher
  • Health screening
  • Meet all objectives of the Pre-VN class
  • American Heart Association (AHA) for healthcare providers with AED. (BLS)
Cost:
  • Name tag            $6
  • Insurance           $18 per semester
  • Fundamentals    $1000
  • VN 1                    $3250
  • VN 2                    $3250
Additional fees for textbooks, fit test, uniform, health screening and background check. Prices vary.
See the TABE Entrance Exam dates.

LVN Program Courses:

LVN 1      62111.019
  • Medical Surgical Nursing 1
  • Pharmacology 1
  • Nutrition
  • Psychology for Nurses
  • Growth and development
  • Advanced Nursing Skills 1
  • Medical-Surgical Nursing 2
  • Pharmacology 2

LVN 2      62210.019
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Obstetrical Nursing
  • Advanced Nursing Skills 2
  • Medical-Surgical Nursing 3
  • Psychiatric Nursing
  • Geriatric Nursing
  • Home Health Nursing
  • Professional Issues
  • Pharmacology 3

Instructor: Staff, Hunt, Morgan, Temple
Location: Willow Campus & various clinical sites
Time: Varies; average 32 hours a week




  PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN (PT) PROGRAM
If interested in Financial Aid Benefits, you must apply early in the registration process at www.fafsa.ed.gov prior to enrollment.
If you are interested in the Psychiatric Technician programs please follow the following procedures:
Step 1: Register at the Willow Campus, 14101 E. Nelson Avenue, La Puente, CA 91746 to take the Computerized TABE - $45.
Step 2: Upon earning qualifying test scores you will be invited to submit an application to the program to include a Personal Statement, 10 Essay Interview Questions, Letter of Recommendation from 2 sources, and an Official High School Transcript or State issued High School Equivalency Certificate (HSE). Complete your Pre-Check Clearance (background check). All required documents must be submitted in person to the Willow Campus Front Office.
Step 3: Upon complete submission of the above documents your eligibility will be determined based on a standardized screening. Upon qualification, you will be invited to register for the Pre-PT course (Transition to Health Careers). Please see page 20 for more information. You must register for this course prior to the first day of attendance - $100, plus $18 for insurance.
Step 4: See below for classes offered at the Willow Campus this Fall.

 
 
Click here
for Cost List

Psychiatric Technician      633100.019
Program Duration: September 5, 2017 - September 26, 2018.
Testing Deadline: December 20, 2017.
Theory and clinical program prepares graduate for licensing exam. Includes: medical-surgical nursing, pharmacology, nutrition, gerontology, developmental disabilities, psychiatric nursing. (1576 hours/1 year.)
Prerequisites:
  • Age 18, proof of 12th grade High School Diploma or High School Equivalent.
  • Pass the computerized TABE assessment with a 12.0 or higher
  • Health and drug screening
  • Meet all objectives of the Pre-PT (Transition to Health Careers) course
  • American Heart Association (AHA) for healthcare providers with AED. (BLS)
Cost: $1,000 Fundamentals (non-refundable) + $18 insurance + $6 name tag.
  • Name tag            $6
  • Insurance           $18 per semester
  • Fundamentals    $1000
  • PT 1                    $2500
  • PT 2                    $2500

Psychiatric Technician Program Courses:

PT 1      63110.019
  • Fundamentals of Nursing
  • Medical/Surgical Nursing 1
  • Pharmacology 1
  • Nutrition Normal & Therapeutic
  • Medical-Surgical Nursing 2
  • Developmental Disabilities 1
  • Pharmacology for the DD client
  • Growth and Development

PT 2      63210.019
  • Developmental Disabilities 2
  • Mental Disorders 1
  • Pharmacology for the MD client
  • Mental Disorders 1
  • Geriatrics
  • Leadership and Supervision

Instructor: Davila, Zemer, Staff.
Location: Willow Center & various clinical sites.
Time: Varies; average 32 hours a week.
BLS is required for: Vocational Nursing (LVN) and Psychiatric Technician PRIOR to registration.
Additional fees provided (for textbooks, live scans, uniform, back-ground check, health screening) to outside agencies by the student. COST SHEET for entire program click here.
American Heart Association (AHA) for healthcare providers with AED. (BLS).
CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.




 



 

ENTRANCE EXAM: Vocational Nurse Program, Psychiatric Technician Program, Pharmacy Technician Program, TABE Computerized Assessment Test
Students must PRE-REGISTER for testing dates in the front office due to limited space available per testing date.
Testing Fee: $45.
Re-test Fee per section: $10 for 2 or less section missed, $45 for 3 or more sections missed.
69000.011   Days are varies    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Willow Center, 14104 E. Nelson Ave., La Puente.
Testing dates for the January 2018 VN Program, August 2018 Psychiatric Technician Program, and the August 2017 and August 2018. Pharmacy Technician Programs: 7/25/17, 8/9/17, 9/6/17, and 10/18/17. Additional dates will be posted in the front office.
Deadline for the January 2018 VN Program is October 18, 2017.
Deadline for the August 2018 Psychiatric Technician Program is December 20, 2017.
Deadline for the August 2017 Pharmacy Technician Program is August 9, 2017.




 






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