Careers in Allied Health are among the fastest growing areas of employment today. Students who successfully complete this program meet the entry- level requirements for a number of careers in the healthcare field.
All students cover health skills including infection control, nutrition, vital signs and first response emergency medical care. When licensing or certification is available, students will complete the required studies and practical experience necessary to meet licensing exam requirements. Classroom training takes place at the technical center. Clinical experiences take place at various locations throughout Lamoille County.
2 credits in language arts, 2 credits in science, 2 credits in mathematics (Algebra I is required), two credits in social studies, and two elective credits. A total of 10 credits are needed for admission.
Interest in working with people, good communication skills, reliability, neatness, self-discipline, and demonstrated initiative.
High School Credits Earned
1 Science Credit- Human Biology
5 Technical Education Credits
College Credits Earned
Central Maine Community College
MT-111 Medical Terminology (3 credits)
- Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)
- Emergency Medical Responder
- Health Care Provider CPR and First Aid through the American Heart Association
- Personal Care Attendant
Students may enter the program as a junior or senior.
Careers in Allied Health (use Allied Health as the key words)
Click for the Allied Health Curriculum Map