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Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Virtual Information Session (WGB105-64)

Free

with Sheryll Reichwein

Calendar Jan 27, 2021 at 6 pm

Learn more about our Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Program!

Register and you'll receive an email with instructions for joining our virtual Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Program Session offered via Zoom. If you cannot make this Info Session on January 27th, an additional Info Session has been scheduled for January 29th

Are you interested in helping others, supporting the health of people in our community, and building your professional skills?

Cape Cod Community College is hosting two (virtual) information sessions to explore our FREE Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Program. This program is funded by Barnstable County and its Economic Development Council License Plate Grant Program through the Cape Cod Commission. All costs; tuition, course fees, and books are covered by the grant.

The goal of this program is to train professionals as community health workers, building foundational skills and practices with a focus on integrating behavioral health and addiction/substance use into health and human service settings. This program will also provide education and skills around the importance of contact tracing efforts and why it can be such an effective public health intervention.  

Who Should Apply? Professionals who are working or have worked in human services, public health or a closely related field and are looking to gain knowledge and certification as a Community Health Worker. Start the application process today! 

Application Process Required

Questions? Call Mary Conklin, Program Coordinator, at 508-375-5010 or email workforce@capecod.edu

Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Virtual Information Session (WGB105-65)

Free

with Sheryll Reichwein

Calendar Jan 29, 2021 at 2 pm

Learn more about our Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Program!

Register and you'll receive an email with instructions for joining our virtual Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Program Session offered via Zoom. 

Are you interested in helping others, supporting the health of people in our community, and building your professional skills?

Cape Cod Community College is hosting two (virtual) information sessions to explore our FREE Community Health Worker Certificate and Contact Tracing Program. This program is funded by Barnstable County and its Economic Development Council License Plate Grant Program through the Cape Cod Commission. All costs; tuition, course fees, and books are covered by the grant.

The goal of this program is to train professionals as community health workers, building foundational skills and practices with a focus on integrating behavioral health and addiction/substance use into health and human service settings. This program will also provide education and skills around the importance of contact tracing efforts and why it can be such an effective public health intervention.  

Who Should Apply? Professionals who are working or have worked in human services, public health or a closely related field and are looking to gain knowledge and certification as a Community Health Worker. Start the application process today! 

Application Process Required

Questions? Call Mary Conklin, Program Coordinator, at 508-375-5010 or email workforce@capecod.edu

Medical Terminology Online Program (WHN114-66)

$129
Calendar Mar 16, 2021 at 7 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Medical terminology is an essential course for anyone interested in pursuing a career in the ever-expanding medical profession. Medical terminology has a base in Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes and word roots. Learning these words and these languages makes it easier to understand the material and focus on the course work to be successful in your pursuit of your dream position.

The course provides a framework for students interested in the allied health profession. An emphasis is put on examining medical word parts and learning basic prefixes, suffixes, and word roots. The course highlights words while analyzing the human body systems, and basic anatomy and physiology including terms used in the disease process and the medical procedures that may be done for these disease processes.

This is an online program with scheduled launch and wrap up sessions via Zoom. Zoom guidance and instructions will be provided in advance of the first session. 





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