A Continuing Education Certificate
Admissions Packet: The CRN to register for the online application for the surgical technology program is 36332. Please read the admissions packet carefully.
Accredited by the Commission on Accrediation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) and is eligible for PELL funding.
Become an integral member of the surgical team. Make your career move now.
Train to become a surgical technologist and start a career in a hospital or surgical center. This 13-month course of study is divided into four modules consisting of classroom, labs, clinical and online instruction. You are required to complete the certification exam before completing this program. Certification granted through the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA).
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Here's your opportunity to begin a new career path that could lead to a well-paying job in the health care field.
In less than thirteen months...
You can be ready for a new career as a surgical technologist.
Getting a Great Job
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Do you have what it takes to be a surgical technologist?
Successful surgical technologists have the following traits or characteristics:
- Self confidence
- Ability to stand for long periods of time without breaks
- Outstanding manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination
- Ability to follow verbal directions
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to work well under pressure
- Strong work ethic
- Attention to detail
Students must have a GED or high school diploma to participate in this training.
- Medical Terminology for Health Occupations
- HIPAA Training
- CPR for Health Care Providers
- Anatomy and Physiology for Health Care Providers
- Basic Math for Health Care Providers
You must be computer literate and have internet access to be successful in this training. If you need more experience in computer operations it is recommended that you take both of the following courses:
- Getting to Know Your Computer
- Microsoft/Windows XP
- Microbiology for Healthcare Occupations
- Pharmacology for Surgical Technology
- Introduction to Surgical Technology
- Surgical Anatomy
Technological Sciences for the Surgical Technologist
- Surgical Technology Clinical I
- Surgical Pathology and Procedures
- Surgical Technology Laboratory Studies
- Surgical Technology Clinical II
- Surgical Technology Captone (includes certification examination)
Clinical elgibility is in part dependent upon a criminal background check and random urine drug testing. Cost of testing is the responsibility of the student. Click here for more information.
You must apply to be accepted into this training.
This series runs every February and requires an application.
The application period is October 1-November 15th. Please read the information packet first.
This non-credit, continuing education training is approved for Pell Grant funding.
Click on the links below for more information:
- On the career and professional membership: http://www.ast.org
- On the certification exam: http://www.nbstsa.org
- On accreditation: http://www.caahep.org
- On PELL Funding
For more information, contact:
- Patricia Clarke, Program Director, Tel. 443.840.2769 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Surgical Technology is Accredited by CAAHEP, the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. 1361 Park Street, Clearwater, FL, 22756. Phone: 727-210-2350, Fax 727-210-2354.