Mix your high school education with the Dental Assistant Certificate program in the state-of-the-art Dental Education Clinic. The Dental Assistant Certificate of Completion program prepares you for employment within the dental industry. Expert instructors and licensed dentists will demonstrate patient procedures.  Upon graduation from the program student are prepared and qualified to take the National Certification Test.

Our advisor will help you to create a plan that combines the credits for the Dental Assistant Program and your high school graduation requirements. 

 

The Polytech has a one of a kind program that allows high school students to take their Pre-Nursing/Pre-Med/Pre-Dental prerequisite courses starting their junior year.  Our advisor will help you choose courses that meet both high school graduation requirements and align with Pre-Nursing, Pre-Med, and Pre-Dental programs. 

Most nursing programs require that applicant have Nursing Assistant Certification.  The Polytech students may enroll in our C.N.A. Program simultaneously and earn this credential while completing other prerequisites. 

The Polytech’s Nursing Assistant program could help you to decide is a health care career is right for you with the least investment of time and money.  The C.N.A program consists of 176 hours of education, and is a foundation for many future medical credentials.   You will learn skills to provide basic assistance to patients in hospitals and nursing homes.

This program is approved and certified by both the WA Department of Social and Health Services and Department of Health. Upon completion of this program, you are eligible to take the NNAAP Exam and become certified in Washington State.  Many nursing programs require this certificate before making an application to their nursing program. 

The phlebotomy technician program is a short-term program that can help students determine whether or not they will like a career in the health care industry and if serving patients is a future goal. 

This program prepares you to be certified to work as a phlebotomist in the clinical or laboratory setting, and also is a great foundation for future coursework in a medical field.

For those students who like the healthcare field, but don’t want to be a direct care provider, the Medical Administrative Assistant program could be the right option to get started.  Students learn the knowledge and skills needed to function in an administrative capacity in a hospital, medical clinic, or other facility offering medical care.