The Certiﬁed Nursing Assistant exam is made up of two sections.
One section is the written examination, and the other is the clinical
skills test. IHT's Nurse Assistant Training Program helps
students learn skills that will enable nursing assistants to provide
quality care for residents in nursing homes, as well as supplemental
information and skills that will enable graduates to provide quality
health care for clients at home and patients in hospitals.
Patient Care Technician Training
60 clock hours
6 weeks In-Person $1595
5 weeks Online $895
A patient care technician is a healthcare technician working under
the supervision of a nurse, doctor, or other health professional to
administer basic care to patients. This position involves interacting with patients face-to-face and providing assistance with daily tasks (e.g.,bathing, bed making, ADL’s, Vital signs, positioning) compliance, safety and professional responsibility of the PCT. This
includes but is not limited to:
Phlebotomy Skills and
IHT will provide a seamless education in the areas of patient care,
phlebotomy and EKG skills and will graduate competent enrollees
to enter the healthcare ﬁeld as an entry level Patient Care Technician
Upon completion the student will be qualiﬁed to take the National
Healthcareer Association Certiﬁcation Exam (NHA).
August 25, 2022-Sept. 30, 2022
Emergency Medical Responder
Emergency Medical Responder - EMR
6 Weeks/In-Person Only
56 Clock Hours Schedule TBA $1295
Starting January 2023
Get Professional-Level Training
Did you know the Red Cross provides a training program based on the national EMS educational standards for an Emergency Medical Responder?
Emergency Medical Response is a dynamic 56-hour course featuring lecture, video, simulated emergency situations, discussion and hands-on skill practice based on the national EMS curriculum requirements and educational standards.
An Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) may function in the context of a broader role, i.e., law enforcement, fire rescue or industrial response. With a limited amount of equipment, the EMR answers emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to ill and injured patients. After receiving notification of an emergency, the EMR safely responds to the address or location given, using the most expeditious route, depending on traffic and weather conditions. The EMR must observe traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation.
Who Should Be an EMR?
Those who want a Fast Paced & Exciting Emergency Medical Career
Those who will go on to be Paramedics
Day Care Workers
Anyone who wants the knowledge to help others in an emergency situation
New Programs Being Offered Online Only
***All online classes will be $895 until the end of the year, all materials will be included!***
Certified Medical Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS)
Medical coding involves extracting pertinent information from the medical records and clinical documentation with accuracy to be billed, and medical billing uses those codes to create insurance claims and bills for patients. Skills learned through medical coding certification are essential in many places such as hospitals, nursing homes, home healthcare agencies, etc.
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
Medical assistants are critical members of healthcare team in a variety of medical settings. Medical assistants are often the first and last person a patient interacts with, making a lasting impact on the patient experience. They perform a variety of different tasks that include but is not limited to taking patient vital signs, assisting providers with exams and procedures.
Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
Phlebotomy Technician is a thriving field as new types of test are developed and laboratory tech positions grow. Some tasks that they perform are drawing blood from patients, evaluating patients, ability to explaining blood-drawing procedure to patients and answering any patient questions.