Find A High-Demand, Well-Paying Career with CEWT

Sammy Rich on Aug 10, 2020 2:15:00 PM

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It is no secret that while a large percentage of Americans have faced job insecurity in the last few months, no job field has remained as important as much as the healthcare field has.

If you are someone that is interested in starting a new career in a high-demand, well-paying career helping people, Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT)’s Health Programs provide the stepping stones on the journey to your new job.

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New Class Highlight: Certified Family Home Assistance w/Meds

Jennifer Ibeabuchi on Jun 28, 2019 11:16:16 AM

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Serving as a Certified Family Home Assistant is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do. That is why CEWT’s new Certified Home Assistance with Meds course is here to help you follow your calling of caring for others.

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The Many Different EMT Careers

Just like we associate apples to teachers and red fire trucks to firemen, we pair the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) to the ambulance. And while EMTs can certainly be found anywhere an ambulance is, these workers can be found in many other settings as well. For those of you who are looking to become an EMT or those who are interested in the types of careers where they can be found, read on!

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The Psychology of a Nurse

Jena Hintze on Jan 5, 2017 4:05:52 PM

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Do you remember those career aptitude tests you took in high school? The one that said you were meant to be a librarian or a counselor…not the movie star like you always imagined? We think those are great, but as you grow out of the indecisive teenage years into the still indecisive, but more urgent decision making years of adulthood, sometimes you want a little more information. Rather than categorize your future for you, we’ve outlined the psychology of a nurse, the traits that help someone thrive in this position. Then, if you’ve been curious if you would look good in a pair of scrubs, you can make an educated decision on your future…for yourself.

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Dental Assisting

Bethany Skidmore on Jul 13, 2016 9:00:00 AM

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When you see employees in the dentist’s office, you might assume they’re either dentists or hygienists. Many of us try to avoid the dentist as actively as possible, so it’s easy to misunderstand that many of the employees we see talking to patients and performing basic procedures are actually dental assistants. Dental assisting is essential medical work that you can learn easily and quickly, and then have a well-paying job for much longer.

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CPR: Worth the Fight?

Bethany Skidmore on Jun 15, 2016 3:33:42 PM

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Is CPR worth the flight?

If you’ve been around the internet the past couple of years, you may have seen the argument about whether learning CPR is worth it. 

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Are You Really Cut Out to Be a CNA?

Megan Suitts on Aug 25, 2015 9:15:43 AM

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Have you ever considered a career in medicine? Do you like to help people and work with patients directly? Have you been hesitant to start or worried that it will require years of schooling to get a chance to work in your field? A CNA could be a good fit for you

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5 Must Haves for Your CNA Certification

Agustin Avila on Aug 18, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Preparing for your certified nursing assistant (CNA) certification will be exciting but also nerve-racking. What does it take to prepare adequately? What processes do you need to go through and what skills should you acquire to increase your chances of success?

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5 Ways You Can Prepare for Your CNA Certification

Working within the health sector is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding career paths there is. Job satisfaction comes from knowing that you have been able to make a positive difference in someone's life.

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A Quick Phlebotomy Guide

Megan Suitts on Jul 23, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Have you ever considered putting your skills to the test, or exploring a new career avenue? There are so many different paths out there for people with the willingness to explore them and to develop new, as well as existing skills sets, and one such path is phlebotomy.

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