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Medical Education

The Medical Education programs provide a variety of courses to prepare you for high-demand entry-level health care occupations including Nurse Aide I, Nurse Aide II, Emergency Medical Services, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy Technician, and more,

Activity Coordinator

If you are interested in a career as a state-approved activity director for nursing homes, this is the course you need. You will learn about state and federal regulations, how to plan and implement activities, and various other duties that encompass the activity profession. State regulations set certain criteria to be an activity director. This 60-hour, the state-approved course meets the NC qualification requirements.

  • Cost: $180.00
  • Dates: 02/25/19 – 05/08/19
  • Days: Mon & Tues
  • Time: 6:00P – 9:00P
  • Location: Workforce Development Center (Building 18)
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Emergency Medical Services

From initial certification to refresher courses, RCC  provides continuing education for the local medical community. Our classes are in coordination with the Robeson County EMS and are taught at a variety of locations throughout Robeson County for both ALS and BLS providers.

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Medical Coding ICD-10

This course introduces you to the world of medical coding. Learn the basics of procedural and diagnostic coding. Participants receive an overview of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). 

  • Cost: $180.00
  • Dates: 01/22/19 – 05/02/19
  • Days: Tues & Thur
  • Time: 8:30A – 12:30P
  • Location: Workforce Development Center (Building 18), 1804
  • Register: (910) 272-3604 


Medical Office Assisting

The Medical Office Assisting Program prepares students to be able to perform vital duties of the front office. Students will learn proper techniques for answering telephones, scheduling appointments, managing and maintaining patient charts, and creating correspondence.  Students will be introduced to Office Accounting, Medical Coding,  Customer Service, Collection Process, Electronic Health Records and Health Insurance Billing.

Students who successfully pass this course will be eligible to test for the National Certified Medical Office Assistant (NCMOA).

Governmental policies and procedures play a vital role in efficiently managing medical offices, so students will learn regulations in the areas of OSHA, HIPPA, DEA,  and CLIA. Certification in a Medical Office Assisting Program is a great way to demonstrate knowledge and commitment to having a successful career in this field of study.   The cost of the exam and books are not included in the registration fee. It will be an additional $90 to sit for the certification exam.

  • Cost: $270.00
    • $180 – Registration Fee
    • $90 – Exam Fee
    • $? – Books
  • Dates: 01/23/19 – 05/10/19
  • Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • Time: 8:30A – 2:30P
  • Location:  Workforce Development Center (Building 18), 1804
  • Register: (910) 272-3604 

Continuing Education

  • Career Enhancement
  • Educación Española
  • Medical Education
  • Personal Enrichment
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  • Workforce Development