Health care is a constantly growing industry with vast employment needs. Takoda Institute offers a wide array of health care training programs for employment in health care settings. Our options include programs for students interested in providing direct patient care as well as an administrative program. Each of these programs offer hands-on experience and are focused on mastering required skill sets for licensure and employment.
Students interested in the health care programs will be required to pass a background check and a Mantoux test and will need to have current vaccinations in order to attend clinicals. Candidates unable to complete these requirements are strongly discouraged to apply for health care programs because State statutes prevent them from attending clinicals in order to complete their training or gain employment. Individuals must also successfully pass the Test of Adult Basic Education at the appropriate score for their course of interest.
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An evaluation funded by the federal government is being conducted to determine how the training program helps people increase their skills and find jobs. Spaces in the program are limited. Entry into the program is determined using a lottery process to ensure that everyone who is eligible has the same chance of getting in.