Health & Human Services

Work Place

Workplace research shows that one of the most rapidly growing areas of employment is health care. CEI's Health Professions Division is a combined group of programs consisting of Certified Nursing Assistant, Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing, and Surgical Technology. These programs provide students with the knowledge and skills that enable them to join other professionals in this expanding career field. Students may take some courses in the Health Professions Division prior to declaring a major field of study.


Areas of Study

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Certified Nursing Assistant

(CNA) course is designed for persons needing nursing assistant training or for students preparing to enter the practical nursing program.

Dental assistant

Dental Assisting

Intermediate Technical Certificate

Writting notepad

Legal Studies and Paralegal Training

Legal Assistant
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Intermediate Technical Certificate

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Medical Assistant

Associate of Applied Science Degree

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Practical Nursing

Advanced Technical Certificate

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Registered Nursing

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Radiation handling

Radiation Safety

Radiation Safety Technician
Intermediate Technical Certificate

Surgery equitment

Surgical Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree


Requirements

Students are subject to the policies of the program they select. They will be given a policies and procedures manual at the beginning of the professional portion of the program and will be required to sign a document of understanding. Credit for prior experiential learning will not be granted.

A criminal background check is required to meet clinical practicum site requirements. History of a misdemeanor or felony involving moral turpitude may render the student not eligible or they may experience difficulty becoming licensed, certified, or registered and in finding employment in health care. It is recommended that prior to enrollment the applicant contact the appropriate state and/or national regulatory agency.


Documentation

All Health Professions Division students, regardless of program, must provide the following information prior to being accepted in the professional courses:

  • Documentation of the following current immunizations is required:
    • Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus (DPT)
    • Mumps, Measles, and Rubella (MMR) or two vaccinations or Measles and Rubella
    • Hepatitis A  (excludes RN and LPN students)
    • Hepatitis B series (completed)
    • Polio
    • Proof of Varicella vaccination or titer result.
  • Proof of an annual TB skin test
  • Documentation of health insurance

General Admissions Information
(208) 524-3000 ext. 4

For specific program questions, please go to the program webpage (see the list on the left).
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