When teaching your CTE health science students, finding the right anatomy and physiology curriculum can be pivotal to their success. Because your students need to know A&P concepts for nearly every health care field, it’s critical to give them a complete curriculum equipping them for certifications and career opportunities.
Are you new to teaching CTE health science? If so, you probably need to brush up on the certification options available to your students. Some of the most widely accepted health science certifications come from the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).
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Preparing your students for the NHA CCMA exam is an equally exciting and daunting task. You want your students to pass the exam and move on to their careers as medical assistants, but that’s easier said than done!
There’s little doubt that certified phlebotomy technicians are among the most in-demand healthcare professionals today. Phlebotomy technicians perform an essential role in performing, collecting, and transporting laboratory specimens while interacting daily with patients.
Certification, accreditation, and licensure are all professional development opportunities for students and health care workers who want to improve their knowledge and skills in the health care industry.