Sussex Tech Adult Education
- Post: 17 December 2012
- In: News
Do you have prior teaching experience or specialized training that you would like to share with others? If so, Sussex Tech Adult Division would like to hear from you. Due to expanding enrollment and increased offerings, Sussex Tech Adult Education Division is currently recruiting for a number of part-time adjunct faculty positions in its Adult Division. These positions pay a highly competitive wage and typically work approximately six hours per week in the evenings.
Currently, Sussex Tech Adult Division is looking for candidates to teach the following areas:
• Medical Assistant - Clinical
• Pharmacy Technician
• James H. Groves Adult High School (Instructors should have adult education certification and/or high school certification in a particular subject area or special education.)
Candidates must have a minimum of a high school diploma plus have a current license and/or credential in the area they wish to teach. Prior work experience and teaching experience is preferred.
Interested applicants may express interest and forward a resume through the Sussex Tech Adult Division website at www.SussexTechTraining.net. Click on the “Contact Us” link at the top of the page where you will be led to the Employment Inquiry Form. Fill out the information and submit. Someone from the Sussex Tech staff will follow up with you after your materials are received and reviewed.
- Post: 12 December 2012
- In: News
The nation’s health care delivery system is rapidly being transformed by the introduction of computer based health information systems. The Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS™) program offered by Sussex Tech Adult Division covers the information necessary to earn your certification in this exciting new field.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is anticipating explosive growth in the number of jobs needed by the health care industry over the next five to seven years. Prepare yourself for employment in this area by enrolling today in this program and by earning a nationally recognized certification. As a Certified EHR Specialist, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:
*Audit patient records for compliance with legal and regulatory requirements;
*Abstract clinical information for inclusion in reports such as quality improvement studies;
*Process Release of Information (ROI) requests for medical records;
*Review patient records to ensure they are complete; and
*Collect patient demographic and insurance information.
Classes are forming now and will begin on January 15, 2013. For more information or to enroll, call the Sussex Tech Adult Division office at (302) 856-9035
- Post: 04 December 2012
- In: News
The Sussex Tech Adult Division Winter/Spring 2013 Course Brochure is now on newsstands and online. The brochure lists courses being offered in the corporate, adult education high school, health professions, and public interest areas.
One of the new certification programs being offered is the exciting field of Electronic Health Records. Learn the basics of this new allied health field. The program paves the way for students to establish a foothold in a rewarding career expecting significant job growth over the next five years.
The popular Certified Nursing Assistant program is again being offered. This program prepares students for the State of Delaware Certification Examination.
Several new classes are being offered in 2013. Conversational Spanish gives students the opportunity to role play for travel, social, and business situations. Solar Design and Installation teaches students about solar panel system design, installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Business owners can benefit from a course in Introduction to Quickbooks Pro. Students learn to set up a chart of accounts and create lists to keep track of customers, vendors, and other information.
The brochure also provides information for those interested in obtaining their high school education through the James H. Groves Adult High School.
The Winter/Spring 2013 brochure can be picked up in a number of convenient locations throughout the community. For more information contact (302) 856-9035.
- Post: 17 September 2012
- In: News
“The best thing I ever did for myself” is how April Cannon describes earning her high school diploma. “My life is now falling into place and it (the diploma) really boosted my self-esteem,” says the Bridgeville resident.
April left high school at the age of 17. After several years of struggling, she decided she wanted to be a better role model for her seven-year-old daughter, Anyla.
Becoming a student at the James H. Groves Adult High School was April’s first step toward building a better life for herself and her daughter. The journey took eight months. The last two months required four nights a week traveling to classes at either the Groves’ Woodbridge or Seaford sites. Finally, she walked across the stage on August 15 to receive her high school diploma.