Career Readiness & Training2022-05-04T16:15:50-05:00

CAREER READINESS & TRAINING

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We offer 12 Career Training pathways in in-demand fields. We prepare you for the workplace by supporting you as you develop your professional skills. Each of our pathways leads to a training certification that you can build a successful career on!

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

We provide you with your training materials, pay for your certification test, and help you access additional support services. Here is what is expected of our Career Training students:

  • Complete all enrollment steps, including signing the Restore Education Student Contract.
  • Must have internet and computer access.
  • Write a resume and cover letter to be reviewed by the Career Advisor team.
  • Take a baseline test and a progress test.
  • Complete 12 hours of support prior to starting program.
  • Complete 40 total hours of support once in the program.
  • Attend a minimum of 12 hours per week.
  • Adjust personal and/or work schedule to attend scheduled classes.
  • Take practice certification test and score a minimum of 80% or better.
  • Take the Certification test after completing training sessions.

Enrollment Requirements

  • Must be 18 or older and be eligible to work in the U.S.
  • Some trainings require proof of a high school diploma or GED.
  • Some trainings require vaccination records.

There may be additional requirements depending on the training pathway you choose. Students must successfully complete all course requirements and pass all exams to receive their training certificate.

KEY FEATURES

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TRAINING PATHWAYS

The Administrative Assistant program prepares students for entry-level administrative support positions in a variety of industries and organizations. Students learn the technical skills of Microsoft Office Suite 2016, specifically Word and Excel. Other skills acquired include professionalism, administrative writing skills, verbal communication, office management processes, organizational behavior, analyzing information, critical thinking/problem solving, and supply management/inventory control. Successful students earn the MOS Word certification.

The Bookkeeping program prepares students for entry-level bookkeeping positions in a variety of industries and organizations. Students learn the technical skills of QuickBooks. Other skills acquired include basic accounting cycle, accounting principles, and some Microsoft Excel skills. Must have basic computer literacy and excel functions. Successful students earn the QuickBooks certification.

The Certified Nurse’s Assistant program prepares students for entry-level nursing support positions. Students will learn the technical skills of patient care and organizational management. Other skills acquired include courses in professionalism, verbal communication, analyzing information, and critical thinking/problem solving. Successful students earn the Certified Nurse Aide certification via Prometrix for the State of Texas.

This course provides adult education students with an integrated program of Financial Service Representative training, Business Communications certification, Adult Education and literacy training in basic skills and college readiness, in addition to workforce preparation activities, in an effort to prepare them to successfully work in the financial industry. Financial Service Representative training will equip students with the soft and technical skills to work with customers at a banking institution. It provides students with the knowledge and practice of financial services for the local community that will result in a job at a bank in the community. Successful students will also pass the certification exam for business communications.

The Information Technology program prepares students for an entry level help desk or desktop support position. Students will master the technical skills of programming and computer support. Other skills to be acquired include courses in professionalism, verbal communication, analyzing information, and critical thinking/problem solving. Successful students will earn the CompTIA IT Fundamentals and A+ certification.

This course provides opportunities for workers and students to build core skills and knowledge needed for higher skilled, frontline material handling workers across all supply chain facilities: factories, warehouses, distribution centers and transporters. Also, students will learn about the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, reporting procedures, and their rights as employees. Successful students will earn the MSSC foundational-level Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) certificate and the MSSC mid-level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) Certification.

Discover how medical office teams operate including appointment scheduling, professionalism, and office procedures such as information gathering, collecting payments and copayments, appropriate communications, and efficient running of an office. Get an introduction to health insurance and reimbursement as well as become familiar with the health insurance industry, legal and regulatory issues, and differences in reimbursement methodologies. Learn the principles of medical billing related to proper claim form preparation, submission and payment processing, as well as the follow-up process. Successful students earn a national Medical Administrative Assistant certificate.

The Phlebotomy training course integrates the areas of business communication and phlebotomy training. The business communication session includes a 16-hour course supplemented by contextualization of the medical field. The phlebotomy portion is for the beginning student and emphasizes a “hands-on” method of instruction. This certificate program is a 64-hour program in phlebotomy. This course totals 80 hours of training. Phlebotomy training is intended to equip students with the basic knowledge and skills for a specific entry-level position with a pathway for advancement at local medical/healthcare clinics. The course also prepares students to take the Certiport certification exam for business communications and the national board certification exam for phlebotomy.

This course prepares students for basic navigation of the MicroStation CONNECT user interface, creation of MicroStation design files, design file settings, and more. Others skills to be acquired include 2D drafting skills and a foundation in 3D modeling and Visualization. Students will prepare for jobs at the forefront of implementing infrastructure investment. Students that successfully complete the course will earn a Business Communication certificate.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long does it take to complete career training?2021-08-26T10:59:24-05:00

Completion time depends on the pathway you select. Most programs can be completed in 8-12 weeks.

Do you provide child-care?2021-08-26T10:59:24-05:00

For those who qualify, there may be child care assistance through our social service partners. We do not have onsite childcare.

What do I need for the training?2021-08-26T10:59:24-05:00

It is a good idea to have basic school supplies. Medical trainings may require that you purchase scrubs. Assistance may be available to those who need it.

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