Seminars and Continuing Education In San Antonio

Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician Exam Review
This seminar is designed to review the competencies covered on the CCHT examination. This should also be a guide to determine which topics the examinee may need additional assistance in studying for the examination.

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EKG/ECG Interpretation
The EKG/ECG Interpretation program is designed for those who need to master the skill of EKG/ECG recognition. This program focuses on the essential information needed to know to interpret EKGs/ECGs and understand their significance.

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Medication Aide Continuing Education
The seven (7) hour Medication Aide Continuing Education Program/Seminar (maCEtp) is required annually by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services Medication Aide Program.

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Nurse Aide Examination Skills Workshop
The workshop will assist Nurse Aide candidates to prepare for the NNAAP Skills Examination.

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Nurse Aide In-Service Education
The In-service is to assist current Certified Nurse Assistants obtain 24 hours of the required in-service education every two years.

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Nurse Aide Medical Surgical Training Seminar
To augment a formalized Nurse Assistant training program or on-the job training; does not replace it. To review the competencies required to increase employability in the hospital setting.

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Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Exam Review
This seminar is designed to review the competencies covered on the PTCB examination. This should also be a guide to determine which topics the examinee may need additional assistance in studying for the examination.

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Restorative Aide Seminar
This subject introduces students to care of a long term resident and facility.

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  • “I am so proud of myself. I was one out of three that passed my skills test on my first try and it’s all because of my teachers at The Healthcare Institute.

    I feel that the way I was taught is really going to make a difference in the world.”

    Angelica Vargas
  • “Mr. Bill Moyer was my instructor, and I learned a lot from him.  I discovered the correct way to do things.  The clinical information is important, but you also learn to put the patient first.  Mr. Moyer was very kind, but also demanded that we do things the right way.  It was difficult, but the reward was a CNA certification and a position with St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital a month after graduation. Not everyone graduates, but those that do leave with a marketable skill. Because of Mr. Moyer and the staff, my life was changed.  It has been truly a blessing to be a part of their success.”
    Kareen Aaron