As the College is ready to welcome new cohorts in the fall of 2021, it is an exciting time for the Stellar Career College (SCC), Indiana campus. All training programs, including those for MRI technologists, radiologic technologists, ultrasound technologists, diagnostic medical sonographers (DMS), noninvasive cardiovascular sonographers, sterile processing technicians, surgical technologists, dialysis technologists with phlebotomy technicians, and medical assistants with phlebotomy technicians, will introduce new cohorts.
The Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) has granted SCC approval to serve as a private vocational career college. The US Department of Education-approved accrediting body, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), has granted SCC accreditation.
Also, the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) has now granted approval to Stellar Career College’s training programs. Local Workforce Innovation Boards have recognized them as eligible for WIOA-funded training. It is true, many of these programs prepare students for occupations with high demand in Illinois as one of their prerequisites.
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SCC is a prestigious and award-winning institution, as it got the “School of Excellence” award from ACCSC, the highest award, in 2013, and the “School of Distinction” award also from ACCSC in 2019.
The healthcare-related professions that SCC offers training in are well-paying ones. These are the pay and wage details for the State of Illinois, as per the US Department of Labor: MRIs earn $74,530 per year, RT $62,390 per year, DMS $78,700 per year, CCT $48,560 per year, Dialysis technologists earn $43, 424 per year, Phlebotomy earns $35,660 per year, ST earns $49,060 per year, MA earns $36,560 per year, and Healthcare Tech earns $46,690 per year (including sterile processing technician). Lead technologists have the opportunity to promote to supervisor or department head positions, among other positions.
SCC adopts a hybrid model to deliver instructions. The hybrid model gives students the chance to take virtual or online classes to learn theoretical knowledge and instructor-led, on-campus classes to learn essential skills. The hybrid model combines the best elements of on-campus and virtual/online learning environments. It provides vital opportunities by providing flexibility, accessibility, and convenience of the virtual or online world in order to learn hands-on skills under the direct supervision of professional people in on-campus classes. We provide flexible class schedules with the choice of on-campus training or online/virtual classes.
Our entire training program is well-aligned with the National Certification Credentials. The Radiology/X-Ray, MRI, and DMS programs have been approved by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). After completing ARRT eligibility and SCC’s rigorous certified training programs, graduates are ready to receive credentials.
Echo/NICVS aims to provide a platform to graduates of the Cardiovascular Credentialing International Cardiac Ultrasound Echocardiography certification (CCI). The Surgical Tech training program prepares graduates to obtain the National Center for Competency Testing’s Tech in Surgery-Certified (TS-C) certification (NCCT).
Graduates of the Dialysis Tech programs are eligible for 2 certifications named; Certified Hemodialysis Technologist (CHT) from the Board of Nephrology Examiners Nursing and Technology (BONENT) and National Certified Phlebotomy Technician (NCPT) from the NCCT.
The SPT program is designed to prepare graduates to take the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution’s Sterile Processing Technician / Central Sterile Processing / Scrub Tech / Sterilization Tech Certification Exam (CBSPD). The dialysis tech training program curriculum adheres to the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM).
Graduates of Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy are prepared to take the NCCT National Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA) and National Certified Phlebotomy Technician (NCPT) exams. The MA curriculum is in accordance with The Certified Professional Biller (CPB) and also The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). EKG/ECG tech training is also covered in the MA program.
These credentials are national certifications that are acceptable to both potential employers and business partners. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 317-464-4400, send us an email at; email@example.com or visit our official website https://in.stellarcollege.edu/ if you need any assistance or have any queries. You may explore certification requirements, salaries for various healthcare professions, job growth and estimates, and a lot more on our website to find links to the US Department of Labor. In order to know more about the profession you are interested in, you can also watch videos.