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Affordable Hawai'i Certification Is Here
- Allied Health & CompTIA® Certification.
- Tuition Assistance.
- Lifetime Job Placement Help.
- Free Student Computers.
We develop student certification skills, build self-confidence, and help find a great paying job. Guaranteed.
We offer supportive student training diplomas for accredited certification exams in Allied Health and Computer Technology. Included at no extra cost is our free job placement assistance for life, free student laptop program, and hands-on experience training.
Allied Health Certification
Hawai’i Medical Assistant students prepare for the NHA® certification-accredited exams in medical assisting (CCMA), phlebotomy (CPT), and EKG (CET) all in one 10-month program.
Pharmacy Technician Certification
Hawai’i Pharmacy Technician certification students will prepare for the NHA® Accredited Certification Exam as a Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) and be ready for externship in about 6 months.
Computer Technology Certification
Hawai’i I.T. certification students will learn four different CompTIA® core classes in one program. From I.T. fundamentals to networking and security, we prepare our students for a great I.T. future.
Allied Health Certification
In about 8 months you’ll be trained as a billing, coding, and electronic health records specialist. Our program is 100% online and will train you to take the NHA® CBCS and CEHRS accredited exams.
Your Student Benefits
Our programs are affordable because we only focus on knowledge you need to be successful. Classes are designed to teach you what you need, how you need it, to get you certified and employed fast.
Our instructors have years of experience in helping students just like you. They understand the challenges you face and will take the time you need to ensure your success.
Our online and in-person programs are focused on certification so you can maximize your earning potential. Learn more, earn more, at CCOP.
Both Allied Health & CompTIA® students have access to virtual hands-on training to ensure they have the best possible experience necessary to help them pass certification exams.
All of our programs qualify you to sit for multiple certification exams without charging you more like other colleges. Multiple certs mean you could earn more money and show your dedication.
The Tools for Success
From our free student computer program, to our Hawai’i employer connections and lifetime job placement help, we want you to know you’ll have the tools you need to succeed.
Career College of the Pacific: Student Reviews
Program Details: How Much Can You Make?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that medical assistants play a crucial role in medical facilities by handling administrative and clinical duties.
In the healthcare industry, medical assistants provide assistance both to doctors and to patients. Among the basic medical tasks these individuals can perform are taking vital signs, administering medications as directed by a physician, or taking medical histories. In addition to scheduling appointments, billing insurance companies, and completing paperwork, they assist clinic office staff as well.
The path to becoming a medical assistant is much faster than pursuing a medical degree or nursing degree. A nurse usually completes four years of postsecondary education, while a doctor must complete 12 years of study. For medical assistants to become certified medical assistants (CMAs), all they need is a high school diploma and a medical assistant training program. On-the-job training is a major part of becoming a medical assistant.
This field offers rapid career growth. Between 2019 and 2029, 139,200 jobs are expected to be added to this field, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2021). There are various salaries in this field based on your location, your experience, your schooling, and your certification. An average medical assistant earns $42,000 per year in the US, according to the BLS May 2021.
A medical assistant’s career is generally extremely rewarding. Medical assistants should be familiar with all aspects of their role before considering a career in this field. At Career College of the Pacific, you’ll learn about the job scope, specializations, common employers, work environment, and certification and licensure requirements for medical assistants.
Learn more about our Career College of the Pacific Hawai’i Clinical Medical Assistant Program.
Are you ready to begin a brighter future?
At Career College of the Pacific, in about 10 months, you can be on your way to a great-paying career as a Clinical Medical Assistant, Computer I.T. Professional, or Billing & Coding Specialist.