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MoHealthWINs and State Technical College of Missouri

This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.

State Technical College of Missouri is a member of a consortium of Missouri two year colleges that received the MoHealthWINs $20 million dollar Federally Funded Trade Act Grant issued by the Department of Labor. State Technical College of Missouri will use their portion of these funds to train and retrain participants to be employed in the healthcare field focusing on IT, Biomed, and Maintenance.

Veterans Priority of Service applies to the MoHealthWINs programs of study at State Technical College of Missouri.

Programs of Study offered at State Technical College of Missouri

DIGITAL LITERACY -This traditional, 8 week program of study offers basic computer concepts along with Introductory Healthcare Industry Soft Skills. Microsoft and Medical Terminology will be emphasized. Basic math and reading will be contextualized in this program of study. This is the entry level program leading into other grant funded programs of study. Upon successful completion of the Digital Literacy program participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to test for the IC3 and NCRC Exams. Classes are taught at State Technical College of Missouri-Jefferson City PTA Campus and Columbia Area Career Center.

OFFICE CLERK/CUSTOMER SERVICE -This hybrid, 8 week program of study offers basic computer concepts, along with project management and basic office skills needed for grant funded participants to become an Office Clerk or Customer Service Representative in the healthcare profession. Math and reading will be contextualized in this program of study. Participants should have completed competencies in Digital Literacy. Upon successful completion of the Office Clerk/Customer Service program participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to test for the Microsoft Office Certificate.

COMPUTER SUPPORT TECHNICIAN -This hybrid, 8 week program of study offers essential computer concepts and skills needed for grant funded participants to become a Computer Support Technician. Math and reading will be contextualized in this program of study. Participants should have completed competencies in Digital Literacy and Office Clerk/Customer Service. This is a program that includes hardware, voice and data cabling, and other instruction based on A+ Certification. Upon successful completion of the Computer Support Technician program participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to test for the A+ Certificate.

SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION -This hybrid, 8 week program of study offers essential computer concepts and skills needed for grant funded participants to become a Computer Support Technician. Math and reading will be contextualized in this program of study. Participants should have completed competencies in Digital Literacy and Office Clerk/Customer Service. This is a program that includes hardware, voice and data cabling, and other instruction based on A+ Certification. Upon successful completion of the Computer Support Technician program participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to test for the A+ Certificate.

INTRODUCTION TO MAINTENANCE -This traditional, 16 week program of study offers a broad range of basic skills needed to install, repair, and maintain a variety of equipment and inventory in the healthcare facilities. Math and reading will be contextualized in this program of study. Upon successful completion of the Introduction to Maintenance program participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be eligible to test for an OSHA, EPA Section 608 and CPR certifications during the course of the program. Classes are taught at State Technical College of Missouri-Jefferson City PTA Campus and Columbia Area Career Center.

BIOMED EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN -This is a high-level, online program of study, teaching grant funded participants maintenance and repair techniques for a variety of therapeutic and diagnostic biomedical instrumentation. This program is a 16 week course, plus an internship. This program offers college credit to completers, along with preparing participants to receive the EET Biomed Equipment Technology Certificate.

Class schedules may vary, please call Grant office for current start dates.

To enroll, please Click Here for an application.
To submit your application, save it to your computer and email it to nancy.wiley@statetechmo.edu or mail it to:
MoHealthWins
% Nancy Wiley
State Technical College of Missouri
One Technology Drive
Linn, MO 65051

For more information on the MoHealthWINS grant please visit MoHealthWINS.org

To inquire about the MoHealthWINS program please contact:

Nancy Wiley
MoHealthWINS Program Manager
State Technical College of Missouri
One Technology Drive
Linn, MO 65051
Direct: 573-897-5181
Fax: 573-897-5047
Email: nancy.wiley@statetechmo.edu  

Monica Wolfe
Retention Specialist
State Technical College of Missouri
One Technology Drive
Linn, MO 65051
Office: 573-897-5321
Fax: 573-897-5047
Email: monica.wolfe@statetechmo.edu

MoHealthWINs is a Federally Funded Trade Act Grant issued by the Department of Labor.




 

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