New Jersey tech schools got a boost from lawmakers last month as legislators passed a handful of bills aimed at establishing partnerships between county vocational schools, local schools and community colleges, at creating partnerships between high schools and community colleges and exempting some classes in off-site industrial areas from certain regulations, according to a recent report on NJ.com
Career schools in New Jersey, like ACI, offer a wide variety of career education programs. From medical or dental assisting to dental radiology and phlebotomy programs, students in NJ technical schools get hands-on training and classroom instruction that will help them to be ready for careers in the medical field.
In a career readiness program from ACI, students can get to work in their chosen field in as little as six weeks or as many as 29 weeks, depending on the program chosen and the format that a student chooses. From daytime classes that meet five days per week or daytime classes with an internship to nighttime classes that meet twice each week or nighttime classes with internship, students can often find a program to suit their schedule and to get them working in their chosen health field. Students in the medical assistant programs at NJ tech schools even learn to properly give injections or obtain blood samples as phlebotomy technicians.
The programs offered by ACI include education in how to use state of the art equipment with patients, in programs like the patient care technician program or to manage a medical office and bill insurance companies accurately in the Medical Office Specialist with Electronic Health Records and Medical Billing and coding program.
Contact ACI today to learn about all of the options available at this New Jersey technical school, to request specific information or to enroll.