Career Training Institute  prepares committed students for successful employment in a rewarding health care profession through high-caliber training, real world experience and student-centered support . 

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 Career Training Institute are fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified associates without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state or local law. .


Medical Assistant Course

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 A medical assistant supports the work of the physician, by working directly with the healthcare team and patient  Medical assistants work side-by-side with doctors, nurses and others on the healthcare team, treating patients from newborns to senior citizens. They demonstrate a blend of varied skills including administrative, technical, communication and interpersonal abilities.  During your program you’ll receive hands-on training and learn how to:

  • put patients at ease
  • correctly and efficiently interpret physicians’ instructions
  • take medical histories and record vital signs
  • collect and prepare laboratory specimens
  • perform basic laboratory tests on premises
  • instruct patients about medications and special diets
  • prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician
  • authorize drug refills as directed
  • draw blood and give injections
  • prepare patients for x-rays
  • take electrocardiograms
  • remove sutures and change dressings

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  According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 29 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. The growth of the aging baby-boom population will continue to increase demand for preventive medical services, which are often provided by physicians. As a result, physicians will hire more assistants to perform routine administrative and clinical duties, allowing the physicians to see more patients.* 


patient Care Technician

A patient care technician (PCT) provides hands-on care to patients with a variety of healthcare needs PCTs help patients with procedures such as taking vital signs, performing electrocardiography (ECG), blood draws and other needs. In addition, a PCT will: This Course Includes Nurse Assistant provide bedside care and advocate patients’ needs  interact in daily communication with patients, nurses, doctors and patients’ families conduct catheterizations, saline locks, and wound care procedures  prepare, initiate and discontinue dialysis treatment of the patient in both hemodialysis and central venous catheters Our hands-on training and specialized courses will teach you how to: draw blood and insert intravenous catheters perform urinary catheterizations and nasogastric tube removal provide wound care, including the removal of sutures and staples  operate dialysis equipment and readjust treatment parameters as defined by protocols and patient prescriptions perform emergency room skills such as splint and cast immobilizations, crutch training, throat cultures, urinalysis and oxygen therapy

Learn More According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.4 million new jobs. Healthcare occupations are projected to add more jobs than any of the other occupational groups. This projected growth is mainly due to an aging population, leading to greater demand for healthcare services.*


Physical therapist assistanT

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 Physical therapists help patients who are recovering from injuries and illnesses to improve movement and function.  Physical therapist assistants provide physical therapy treatments under the direction and supervision of a licensed physical therapist. As a physical therapist assistant, you may work with athletes who are recovering from a sports-related injury, an infant who is struggling to reach developmental milestones, or help a patient who is learning to walk again after back surgery.  

As a physical therapist assistant student at Career Training Institute , you will take classes in specialized techniques that will help improve a patient’s mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities. The program offers a large amount of hands-on experience and knowledgeable instructors have years of experience in the industry. You will learn to:

  • treat patients through exercise, gait and balance training, and other therapeutic interventions as directed within the physical therapist plan of care
  • observe and monitor patients before, during and after therapy, noting the patient’s status and reporting it to a physical therapist
  • utilize equipment to help improve patient mobility and function with daily activities

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 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of physical therapist assistants and aides is projected to grow 30 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for physical therapy is expected to increase in response to the healthcare needs of an older population and individuals with chronic conditions, such as diabetes and obesity.* 



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 A nursing assistant or nurse aide, assists patients with daily activities, maintains patient hygiene and serves a vital role on the healthcare team.  You will offer patients compassion and patience while assisting them with tasks such as dressing, bathing and feeding. You may also support doctors and nurses in diagnostic procedures and technical treatments. Certified nursing assistants or nurse aides (CNAs) also typically assist in patient charting and instruction, documenting any care that is given and reporting significant observations to the nursing staff.  As a student in the Nursing Assistant/Nurse Aide program, you’ll learn how to: This course includes Home Health and Hospice  

  • assist in a broad range of areas including infection control, safety and emergency procedures
  • document patient care services and report observations to the nursing staff
  • assist doctors and nurses in diagnostic procedures and therapeutic treatments
  • develop communication and interpersonal skills 

Upon completion of the program, you will be prepared for a rewarding career as a:

  • nursing assistant
  • home health aide
  • caregiver
  • personal care aide
  • personal care attendant
  • personal care assistant
  • companion care provider

Upon Successfully completion students will be able to take the State Exam 

Learn More According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of nursing assistants and orderlies is projected to grow 11 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. As the baby-boom population ages, nursing assistants and orderlies will be needed to assist and care for elderly patients.


Surgical Technician

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Surgical technologists prepare operating rooms, equipment and supplies for surgical procedures, advocate for patient safety and manage sterile field throughout the operative procedure.  Working under the supervision of a surgeon, surgical technologists facilitate the safe and effective conduct of surgical procedures. They ensure that the operating room is safe, that equipment functions properly and that the operative procedure is conducted under conditions that maximize patient safety.  Your education at Career Training Institute will provide training to become the go-to person on the surgical team that manages equipment, instrumentation and supplies during surgical procedures. You’ll also train to:

  • understand the properties of lasers and physics in the surgical setting, application of asepsis and sterile technique
  • prepare surgical robotics and endoscopic equipment for use during surgery
  • facilitate the safe and effective conduct of both invasive and non-invasive surgical procedures
  • interact with a healthcare team and work under the supervision of a surgeon
  • become the go-to person on the surgical team that manages equipment, instrumentation and supplies during surgical procedures
  • sterilize equipment, assemble surgical supplies and set up operating room for surgery
  • assist surgical team with patient transport and positioning
  • prepare patients for surgery, such as by washing and disinfecting incision sites
  • help surgeons during surgery by passing instruments and other sterile supplies
  • count supplies, such as sponges and instruments
  • prepare and handle medications used during the operative procedure
  • maintain a sterile environment 

There are numerous career opportunities including the following jobs:

  • Surgical Technologist
  • Educator
  • Laser/Endoscopy Technologist
  • Procurement Technologist
  • Labor and Delivery Technologist
  • Private Surgical Technologist
  • Travel Surgical Technologist

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 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of surgical technologists is projected to grow 12 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. Advances in medical technology have made surgery safer, and more operations are being done to treat a variety of illnesses and injuries.* 


Central Sterile Technician

 A sterile processing technician maintains the cleanliness, functionality and inventory of healthcare instrumentation and equipment.  As a sterile processing technician, you are responsible for sterilizing instrumentation and equipment through a series of critical steps. Your work ensures that patients avoid infections and that doctors, nurses and allied health professionals are able to access the instrumentation and equipment they need immediately.  You will gain hands-on experience taking courses in our real-world lab during the very first semester and learn to:

  • sterilize instrumentation and equipment through a series of critical steps 
  • understand microbiology and infection control as it pertains to sterile processing and decontamination procedures
  • implement infection control practices to ensure that patients avoid infections 
  • provide instrumentation and equipment access to doctors, nurses and allied health professionals as required 

 Our classes will prepare you to work in hospitals, surgery centers, third party reprocessors and transplant reprocessors handling many of the following items:

  • Clean, disinfect and distribute sterilized instrumentation and equipment to an emergency department, intensive care unit, the labor and delivery unit, operating room and other areas of health care facilities.
  • Work in a sterile processing department and central service department setting.
  • Contribute to a team of sterile processing technicians who are all working together to maintain sterilization and storage.
  • Find employment in various settings, including hospitals, dental or eye care practices, plastic surgery offices, surgery centers and laboratories.
  • Take the central sterile processing exam offered by the International Association of Healthcare Central Service Materiel Management (IAHCSMM). This program is based on the IAHCSMM certification, CRCST.

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 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of the sterile processing technician is projected to grow 11 percent nationally, much faster than the average from 2016 to 2026.* 


phlebotomy technician

 Phlebotomy technicians assist patients with the collection of blood and other clinical specimens   As an important member of the clinical laboratory team, you will:

  • draw blood specimens by venipuncture, syringe and micro-collection techniques
  • collect and process other clinical specimens
  • prepare samples for laboratory testing and analysis
  • assemble and maintain medical instruments such as needles, test tubes, blood vials, and centrifuges 

 In just a three-month program you will gain hands-on experience and learn to: 

  • draw blood from patients and blood donors
  • put patients at ease during procedure
  • verify a person’s identity to ensure proper labeling of the blood
  • label the drawn blood for testing or processing
  • enter patient information into a database
  • learn to process specimens for testing  

Upon completion of the program, you’ll have numerous career opportunities, including working at: 

  • clinical labs
  • hospitals
  • independent laboratories
  • physicians’ offices
  • health maintenance organizations
  • public health agencies
  • nursing homes
  • research institutions
  • blood donor centers
  • mobile laboratories

Please notes clinical training is not required for this program on site lab practical

to unsure students have received 125 successfully points for blood draws  

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 Employment of phlebotomists is projected to grow 25 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. Hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, blood donor centers, and other locations will need phlebotomists to perform blood work.* 


Dental Assistant

 A dental assistant assists the dentist with examinations and treatments.  The duties of a dental assistant are comprehensive and include assisting the dentist during a variety of treatment procedures, helping patients feel comfortable and easing anxieties, and teaching patients the skills needed to maintain and improve oral health.  You will gain hands-on experience taking courses in our real-world lab during the very first semester, and learn how to:

  • prepare patients for examination and treatment
  • take X-ray examinations (Radiography)
  • sterilize and disinfect instruments and equipment
  • prepare tray setups for dental procedures
  • provide postoperative instruction
  • educate patients in proper oral health care
  • prepare materials for making impressions and restorations
  • perform clerical, laboratory duties and more

 Career opportunities include:

  • dental assistant
  • orthodontic assistant
  • oral surgery assistant
  • surgical dental assistant


  • Our onsite dental labs feature the same equipment found in dental offices
  • Unique hands-on experiences prepare you for your new career
  • Completion of the accredited program will prepare you for a rewarding career

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 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of dental assistants is projected to grow 19 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. The aging population and ongoing research linking oral health and general health will continue to increase the demand for preventive dental services.* 


radiologic technologist x- Ray Technician

A radiologic technologist, or radiographer, performs diagnostic medical imaging examinations As a radiologic technologist, you will adjust and maintain imaging equipment, prepare patients for procedures, take medical histories and answer questions about procedures. Radiographers also work with physicians to evaluate images and to determine whether additional images need to be taken At Career Training Institute, you will take classes on anatomy, examination techniques, equipment protocols, radiation safety, radiation protection and basic patient care, gaining the hard and soft skills often required to be successful in the workplace. Career Training Institute uses the same industry equipment found in hospitals and clinics and students will receive skills including: accurately positioning patients, ensuring that a quality diagnostic image is produced administering examination and equipment protocols, radiation safety, radiation protection and basic patient care performing imaging techniques such as bone densitometry, cardiovascular-interventional radiography, computed tomography, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, quality management, sonography or general diagnostic radiography Graduates will be prepared for careers as a Radiologic Technologist, X-Ray Technologist or other specialty. You will be prepared to work with a constant flow of varying patients and procedures in various locations including: hospitals physicians’ offices clinic or diagnostic imaging center outpatient care centers

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 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of radiologic and MRI technologists is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. As the population grows older, there will be an increase in medical conditions that require imaging as a tool for making diagnoses.* 



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 For those looking for a rewarding career in the healthcare field, working as a Dialysis Technician could be just the ticket. These medical personnel provide quality care to those patients with renal failure and kidney problems. A Hemodialysis Technician works closely with these patients, either in a hospital, clinic or dialysis center. They are vital to the life-giving care these patients need. Dialysis is a process that removes blood from a patient through a machine that acts as a replacement for the kidneys. The blood is purified and pumped back into the body. If it wasn’t for dialysis, these patients wouldn’t live long, but with proper treatment, they can live normal and productive lives 

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 How much does a Dialysis Technician make in Michigan? The average salary for aDialysis Technician is $20.67 per hour in Michigan, which meets the national average 



 A pharmacy technician assists pharmacists in providing medications and healthcare  products to patients.Pharmacy technicians are the liaisons between medical professionals, doctors, pharmacists, insurance companies and patients.

  •  Their job involves: 
  • mixing intravenous solutions 
  • counting tablets and labeling bottles
  • receiving electronic prescriptions from medical offices
  • handling computer order entry of prescriptions
  • receiving written prescriptions and requests for patient refills

  • verifying complete and accurate prescriptions
  • taking inventory of prescription and over-the-counter medications You’ll gain hands-on experience taking courses in our real-world labs in the first semester. As a certified pharmacy technician you will:
  • prepare a greater variety of medications, such as IV medications
  • compound or mix some medications
  • interact with physicians on prescription refill authorizations
  • operate automated dispensing equipment when filling prescription orders
  • make rounds in hospitals, giving medications to patients  

Learn More According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of pharmacy technicians is projected to grow 12 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. Increased demand for prescription medications will lead to more demand for pharmaceutical services.*