In a world where emergencies can strike at any moment, being equipped with life-saving skills is not just an asset; it's a responsibility. Portland Community College (PCC) takes pride in offering customized American Heart Association (AHA) training options designed to empower individuals and organizations alike. Explore the transformative possibilities available atPCC's AHA Custom Solutions and embark on a journey to enhance your preparedness for critical situations.
At Portland Community College (PCC), we understand the paramount importance of heart health in ensuring a vibrant and fulfilling life. Our American Heart Association (AHA) program stands as a beacon of education and empowerment, providing individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to safeguard their cardiovascular well-being.
Are you considering a career change? The healthcare industry is booming, and there's no better time to start a career in healthcare. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the next decade is set to witness significant growth in healthcare occupations, and one of the standout opportunities is in the field of medical coding. In fact, the demand for medical coders is expected to rise by about 9% between 2020 and 2030, adding roughly 37,000 new jobs.
In bustling Portland, a promising career awaits in the field of Optician Assistance. At PCC, you can kickstart your journey with just one term in our Optician Assistant Training program. By the program's end, you can even hand your resume to a potential employer.
Across the nation, countless individuals participate in American Heart Association (AHA) trainings each year, and many of these invaluable courses are readily available at the Portland Community College’s Institute for Health Professionals. These cardiology-focused trainings not only equip healthcare professionals but also individuals in non-healthcare settings with the essential skills needed to support or save lives during cardiac emergencies. As the premier provider of such trainings in the United States, the AHA offers evidence-based strategies crucial in a cardiac event.
Narvelle Delabruere, BS, MSc, CCRA, CCRP is an instructor in the Foundations of Clinical Research Program.
In today's post-pandemic world, mental health struggles have become increasingly more prevalent, affecting people evenly across every socioeconomic status, age, gender, and geographic location.
Because of this, more resources are available for those who are struggling. MHFA and ASIST courses offer invaluable tools that you can use to help someone facing mental health and substance use challenges and to keep someone safe who has shown signs of suicidal risk.
Let's look at each course and how it can benefit you, your community, and the world around you.