Do You Need to Go to College?
Continue your education and widen your career choices but finish much sooner than at traditional four-year college by taking a course from Southern Careers Institute. Here is a summary of our college course selections that lead straight to employment.
Play a vital role in a law office, government agency, accounting firm, or another type of business by studying our administrative assistant program. The course will provide you with the skills and experience you need to run an office, schedule and plan events and meetings, provide top quality customer service, and complete basic accounting tasks.
If your passion lies in numbers, consider specializing in business accounting. After completing your accounting course, you will be able to use your knowledge of payroll, financial analysis, taxes, payables and receivables, and other accounting principles to work as a Certified Professional Bookkeeper.
Computer Support Specialist
Are you a natural with computers? Take your talent to the next level by achieving certifications that prove to employers you know all about IT network support, help desk, desktop support, hardware, and software. In our course, you will learn customer-service and problem-solving skills to best assist and advise computers users.
Learn everything there is need to know about hair, skin, and nail care along with relevant health and safety measures to gain your cosmetology license. Our cosmetology course will give you hands-on experience in manicuring, facials, perms, hair styling, scalp treatment, cutting, coloring, and more, all of which can lead to a career in a spa, salon, or even your own business.
For diverse work in an industry where workers are in high demand, choose our HVAC technician course. You will learn how to install, maintain, and repair a variety of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment. The course only teaches skills you need for the job, such as EPA regulations, troubleshooting, green technology, interpreting construction drawings, and customer service.
Train to become a medical assistant and make a difference every day. This course teaches students basic medical procedures, including phlebotomy, clinical skills, pharmacology, and EKG monitoring, and even covers other office administration to prepare you for a range of positions in the medical field.
Medical Billing & Coding
If you would prefer to take position behind the scenes but still want to work in health care, the best option could be medical billing and coding. You will be prepared to work with medical professionals and insurance companies, providing the best possible patient care through charting, coding, office administration, and other tasks.
Medical Office Specialist
Take the medical office specialist course to work in a hospital, doctor’s office, clinic, or practically any other medical setting. This program covers everything from anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology to medical law, ethics, and practice management. You will also improve your keyboarding and communication abilities to work with patients and medical professionals in an office setting.
The last option for students who want to enter the medical field is our pharmacy technician course. Using your knowledge of prescription processing, FDA drug safety, pharmacology, and basic compounding, you will be able to assist in a range of pharmacy operations. Gain practical experience through lectures, hands-on training, and internships.
Our welding course teaches students all they need to know about safety, machine setup, metallurgy, shop math, reading blueprints, and welding symbols to become a welder in a commercial or industrial business. As welding is physically demanding, you will even receive training for stamina, strength, and manual dexterity. Talk to a representative from Southern Careers Institute to find out more about our college course selections.
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