What programs does Trinity Allied Healthcareer Academy offer?
Trinity provides Advanced Medical Assisting, Medical Assisting, EKG Technician, Phlebotomy, and Pharmacy Technician training. Our mission is to provide comprehensive education for various allied healthcare roles.
Does Trinity offer certification exams?
You may take the NHA certification exam once you successfully pass your program.
Can I "stack" training/certifications at Trinity?
Trinity's Advanced Medical Assisting Program is already "stacked" for you. You will complete a Phlebotomy Module, EKG module, and Medical Assisting Module. After completing each module, you will take the assigned NHA certification exam. Be prepared; this program is six months long.
How long are courses at Trinity?
Course durations vary depending on the program. Typically, they range from five weeks to six months. Please consult our upcoming course list for specific program durations.
Is financial aid available?
Trinity doesn't accept financial aid (FAFSA); however, we offer various financial assistance options to eligible students, such as programs like the FSET program for eligible FoodShare recipients in Milwaukee or the Worker Connection program. We also offer payment plans and discounts if you do not qualify for any other programs.
How experienced are the instructors?
Our instructors bring a combined healthcare experience of over 100 years to the classroom. They are seasoned nursing professionals committed to providing top-notch education.
Do you offer hands-on training?
Absolutely! We believe in a balanced approach, combining theoretical knowledge with hands-on practice through in-class simulations, live labs, and lab work.
Are there any partnerships with healthcare institutions for job placements?
Yes, Trinity has affiliations with several healthcare institutions and providers. We aim to ensure students receive quality education and have potential job opportunities post-completion.
How does Trinity stand out from other healthcare vocational training centers?
Trinity focuses on a trinity of knowledge, skill, and character. We don't just train students for a job; we prepare them to be leaders and compassionate healthcare professionals.
Are Trinity's programs "approved"?
Yes, all our courses have been approved by the State of Wisconsin EAP program since 2020, and each certification is NCCA accredited, ensuring that our students receive quality education that is recognized nationally.
Do I need any prior experience or education to enroll?
Our courses are designed for both beginners and those with some healthcare experience. Please check the specific course details or contact our admissions team for more information.
Are classes online or in person?
Both. Coursework must be completed and submitted online; however, skills and reviews are conducted in person.