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MedCertify partners with DOL, Equus and Beaver Dam Nursing and Rehabilitation Center to Launch a Medical Assistant Apprenticeship Program in Kentucky
MedCertify, a leading online training provider specializing in creating career pathways in high-demand sectors, is proud to announce its partnership with The Equus Registered Apprenticeship team, BeaverDam Nursing and Rehabilitation, and the Department of Labor (DOL) to introduce an innovative Medical Assistant apprenticeship program in the state of Kentucky.
The Medical Assistant apprenticeship program aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to pursue a rewarding career in the healthcare industry. Through this unique collaboration, apprentices will have the opportunity to earn a Clinical Medical Assistant Certification, ultimately becoming Certified Clinical Medical Assistants.
This opportunity will provide a comprehensive curriculum designed to enhance participants’ clinical skills, medical knowledge, and patient care abilities. Through a combination of online coursework, hands-on training, and mentorship, apprentices will gain real-world experience and prepare for the challenges of a dynamic healthcare environment.
“Our partnership with Medcertify has been wonderful. They provided an incredible intern candidate, and this candidate is now learning on the job skills while also making a difference in our elder’s lives.” Said Justin Hendrix LNHA, CEO, Beaver Dam Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
“This partnership with The Equus Registered Apprenticeship team and Beaver Dam Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a significant step towards creating generational change in the community,” said Tonya Gibson, Regional Director, MedCertify. “We believe that by providing accessible training and support, we can empower individuals to secure sustainable careers in high-demand industries.”
“Registered Apprenticeships offer a powerful combination of hands-on training and quality education, equipping individuals with practical skills and industry specific knowledge. Apprenticeships provide a direct pathway to lucrative careers, fostering economic growth and reducing unemployment rates. By creating an apprenticeship program, MedCertify is taking a proactive approach to building a skilled workforce and managing the future labor market.” said Kimberly Kuriata, Apprenticeship Development & Expansion Manager, Equus.
By aligning training initiatives with industry demands, MedCertify and its partners aim to bridge the skills gap and create sustainable career pathways for individuals seeking entry into the healthcare sector. The collaboration with The Equus Registered Apprenticeship team, Beaver Dam Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and the DOL underscores the commitment to empowering individuals and fostering economic growth in the state of Kentucky.
“The State of Kentucky has been sponsoring Registered Apprenticeship since 1942, and we have doubled the number of apprentices we have to nearly half a million! Registered Apprenticeship provides all Kentuckians the ability to Learn a profession while continuing to Earn a living. It combines related technical instruction, on the job training and a progressive wage scale to create a skilled workforce and help businesses recruit, train and retain employees.” said Michelle DeEsch (ELC), Apprenticeship and Workforce Consultant, Office of Employer and Apprenticeship Services.
For more information about MedCertify and its programs, please visit medcertify.com.
MedCertify is a leading online training provider focused on creating career pathways in high-demand sectors. By partnering with community organizations, MedCertify offers customized training and support to individuals seeking entry-level positions in Allied Health, IT, Business, and Logistics. Through its innovative programs, MedCertify strives to eliminate barriers to gainful employment and empower individuals to achieve long-term career success.
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