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Certified Medical Assistant
As a Clinical Medical Assistant, students will perform both front office administrative duties, as well as back-office clinical procedures. Balance steady office procedures with one-on-one direct patient care. It’s the best of both professions! Successful students who complete this program open themselves up to a wide variety of employment opportunities. Their broad base of skills will make them attractive to top employers who will be impressed with their all-around training and experience.
The occupational competencies include orientation, medical record management, scheduling, billing and collecting, vital signs, measurements, patient history, physical examinations, minor office surgery, calculation of medicine, lab procedures, phlebotomy, EKG’s, emergency medical procedures, and more!
Prerequisites to enroll: Must have a High School Diploma or GED.
Forklift Drivers operate forklifts to move bulk materials, containers, crates, palletized goods, cartons, and bales. Manually move freight with the use of machinery. Help in stocking materials and perform other general labor usually in a warehouse setting.
This is a one-day training for 4-8 Hours. Material moving machine operators do the following:
Set up and inspect material moving equipment/Control equipment with levers, wheels, or foot pedals
Move material according to a plan or schedule/Make minor repairs to their equipment
Keep a record of the material they move and where they move it
In warehouses, most material moving machine operators use forklifts and conveyor belts. Wireless sensors and tags are increasingly used to keep track of merchandise, allowing operators to locate them faster.
This training is in San Bernardino and Victorville. Both provide instruction, video presentations, safety, and experience on the forklifts. OSHA authorizes the safety training and the student must pass identified competencies in order to be given the license to operate. The training is one day in length and continues at the place of employment. Each training facility has a list of employers and a job developer works with the students to be ready for the interview and where to look for jobs.