To begin an exciting new career in the healthcare industry, enroll in the patient care technician training program at National Career Institute in East Orange, NJ. To find out if our program is right for you, view our admissions requirements or call to speak with an Admissions Counselor.
Students enrolled in the patient care technician program are required to complete 270 hours or 12 credits in order to graduate. Our comprehensive program focuses on training Certified Nursing Aids in three specific areas of expertise: patient care technicians, phlebotomy technicians, or EKG technicians. Our courses emphasize advanced anatomy and physiology, infection control procedures, medical law and ethics, quality assurance, and special testing procedures.
Although our instructors provide students with thorough classroom training, the best way for many people to learn is through hands-on experience.
Certified Nursing Aides who complete our program will find exciting career opportunities as patient care technicians, EKG technicians, phlebotomy technicians, and more. After graduation, many of our students begin their exciting new careers in hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, or other medical facilities. Patient care technicians are always in demand, so you’re sure to find a rewarding position you love!
National Career Institute’s patient care technician training program provides students with specialized training and practical skills for a career in the healthcare industry. To find out if NCI is the right fit for you, explore our student life opportunities, financial aid information, and our other allied health programs. Call us to speak with an Admissions Counselor when you’re ready to enroll!