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  • NYBEST


    The New York Basic Education and Skills Training (NYBEST) Programs at LaGuardia Community College are a response to the academic and non-academic barriers that prevent many students with high school diplomas from successfully completing healthcare career training. The NYBEST Programs are designed to address the needs of non-traditional, adult students who may read at levels far below the secondary threshold, have family responsibilities, and face economic and educational disadvantages that often impede a rigorous professional course of study.
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    EMT Training (S. A. V. E.) Program<
     
    The Supporting Adults through Vocational EMT Training (S. A. V. E.) Program
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    The Supporting Adults through Vocational EMT Training (S. A. V. E.) Program prepares students to become certified emergency medical technicians and to work in the EMT field, providing basic emergency care to victims of traumatic and/or medical emergencies and transporting them to the appropriate medical facility. Of students who are admitted, 85% complete training. Of those who complete the training, 99% pass national certification exams and 81% are employed in the field post-completion. 
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    The Integrated Medical Office Clinical Technician (I-MOCT) Program
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    The Integrated Medical Office Clinical Technician (I-MOCT) Program prepares students for work in health care settings where they will perform patient care practices, including taking blood, administering electrocardiograms (EKG), and measuring glucose levels. Of students who are admitted, 96% complete training. To date, all students who have completed the IMOCT Program have passed national certification exams, and 50% are employed in the field post-completion.
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    Bridge to Health
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    The Community Health Worker (CHW) Program prepares students for work in healthcare or community settings where they will provide culturally appropriate health education, individual and community advocacy, informal counseling about healthy behaviors, social support and direct services such as reproductive health counseling and HIV-antibody test counseling. Of those admitted to the program, 83% have completed the training. Of those who completed training, to date 37% are employed in the field.
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