Patient Care Technician Students Graduate And Are Ready to Start Their Healthcare Careers

By on April 20, 2016
Patient Care Technician Students

On April 15th, eleven students graduated from the Patient Care Technician workforce training program, which is jointly funded by the MoSTEMWINs grant program offered through St. Louis Community College and SSM Health. They are the second group of students to graduate from this specialized training program in the past six months, which has a 96% overall successful completion rate. These graduates are ready to work as clinical partners in St. Louis-area hospitals. Congratulations to all of these focused individuals!

This accelerated non-credit training program combines five weeks of intensive classroom instruction with three weeks of clinical practice. For individuals interested in Nursing or Allied Health, this might be the entry-level program that will make their career path flourish. All instructional materials for this program are entirely grant funded.

Patient Care Technician Graduates

Front Row (left to right): Kaylee Sutphen, Deidra Buchanan, Ariel Oakley, Bryanna Jackson, Madison Robinson, Joelle Molino, Caitlin Harmon.
Back Row (left to right): Helen Black, Dymond Stephen, Susanne Byerly, Lori Brown.

There are only two remaining class sections for this program under the MoSTEMWINs grant, which will be offered September 19, 2016 and in January 2017. For more information please visit http://stlcc.edu/MSW or call Kevin Talbot at 314-539-5722.

Here are some photos of the students practicing their skills in class.

About Dianne Lee

Dianne Lee has more than thirty years of experience in community college education as a faculty member, administrator and technology manager. Currently serving as the Project Director for a federally funded project, MoSTEMWINs, Dianne is collaborating with a team of dedicated colleagues developing curriculum and delivering programs to unemployed and under-employed adults designed to accelerate progress, improve retention and reduce time to completion.

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