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The American Heart Association’s Basic Life Support (BLS) Course provides the foundation for saving lives from cardiac arrest. It teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both pre-hospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on high-quality CPR and team dynamics. CPR certification is required for entrance into most nursing schools and by many employers. Students will learn current best practices for CPR with emphasis on Chest Compressions and use of an AED (automatic external defibrilator).

Once a student has completed and passed the course, the BLS card will be mailed to the address provided during registration. If your address changes after registration, please call 316-854-3892 or email information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.
 
*Please note: A minimum of three students is required per class. If sufficient enrollment numbers are not met, the class will be postponed and enrolled students will be notified.
 
For more information email information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Certified Nurse Aide is the foundation from which many other courses build. Nurse Aides work in nursing homes, assisted living, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Kansas Nurse Aide Certification is required by the State of Kansas before enrollment in Certified Medication Assistant or Home Health Aide. Most nursing schools now require CNA prior to admission to LPN or RN programs. The employment opportunities for CNA's in Kansas has been quite strong. Allied Health Career Training teaches the KDADS required curriculum of 90 hours, which includes 45 hours classroom learning and 45 hours of lab/clinical time. 

The CNA course price of $659 includes:

  • Tuition* (45 hr classroom time and 45 hr lab/clinical time)
  • Scrub uniform
  • AHCT tote bag with textbook, pen, highlighter, and notebook
  • Stethoscope
  • Gait belt
  • Watch
  • State Exam fee
  • State Certification fee
  • Exclusive AHCT Money-Back Guarantee

*Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you register, and later need to withdraw from this course, the registration fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.

For more information, please call 316-854-3892 or email information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Certified Nurse Aide is the foundation from which many other courses build. Nurse Aides work in nursing homes, assisted living, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Kansas Nurse Aide Certification is required by the State of Kansas before enrollment in Certified Medication Assistant or Home Health Aide. Most nursing schools now require CNA prior to admission to LPN or RN programs. The employment opportunities for CNA's in Kansas has been quite strong. Allied Health Career Training teaches the KDADS required curriculum of 90 hours, which includes 45 hours classroom learning and 45 hours of lab/clinical time. 

Classroom and bookwork will be completed online.  Students will have the opportunity to interact with other students and the instructor via online discussion boards and at skill labs/clinicals.

The CNA course price of $659 includes:

  • Tuition* (45 hr classroom time and 45 hr lab/clinical time)
  • Scrub uniform
  • AHCT tote bag with textbook, pen, highlighter, and notebook
  • Stethoscope
  • Gait belt
  • Watch
  • State Exam fee
  • State Certification fee
  • Exclusive AHCT Money-Back Guarantee

*Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you register, and later need to withdraw from this course, the registration fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.

For more information, please call 316-854-3892 or email information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Certified Nurse Aide is the foundation from which many other courses build. Nurse Aides work in nursing homes, assisted living, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Kansas Nurse Aide Certification is required by the State of Kansas before enrollment in Certified Medication Assistant or Home Health Aide. Most nursing schools now require CNA prior to admission to LPN or RN programs. The employment opportunities for CNA's in Kansas has been quite strong. Allied Health Career Training teaches the KDADS required curriculum of 90 hours, which includes 45 hours classroom learning and 45 hours of lab/clinical time. 

Classroom and bookwork will be completed online.  Students will have the opportunity to interact with other students and the instructor via online discussion boards and at skill labs/clinicals.

The CNA course price of $659 includes:

  • Tuition* (45 hr classroom time and 45 hr lab/clinical time)
  • Scrub uniform
  • AHCT tote bag with textbook, pen, highlighter, and notebook
  • Stethoscope
  • Gait belt
  • Watch
  • State Exam fee
  • State Certification fee
  • Exclusive AHCT Money-Back Guarantee

*Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you register, and later need to withdraw from this course, the registration fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.

For more information, please call 316-854-3892 or email information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

 

 

Certified Nurse Aide is the foundation from which many other courses build. Nurse Aides work in nursing homes, assisted living, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Kansas Nurse Aide Certification is required by the State of Kansas before enrollment in Certified Medication Assistant or Home Health Aide. Most nursing schools now require CNA prior to admission to LPN or RN programs. The employment opportunities for CNA's in Kansas has been quite strong. Allied Health Career Training teaches the KDADS required curriculum of 90 hours, which includes 45 hours classroom learning and 45 hours of lab/clinical time. 

Classroom and bookwork will be completed online.  Students will have the opportunity to interact with other students and the instructor via online discussion boards and at skill labs/clinicals.

The CNA course price of $659 includes:

  • Tuition* (45 hr classroom time and 45 hr lab/clinical time)
  • Scrub uniform
  • AHCT tote bag with textbook, pen, highlighter, and notebook
  • Stethoscope
  • Gait belt
  • Watch
  • State Exam fee
  • State Certification fee
  • Exclusive AHCT Money-Back Guarantee

*Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you register, and later need to withdraw from this course, the registration fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.

For more information, please call 316-854-3892 or email information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

This is a one-on-one checklist for those whose Kansas Nurse Aide Certifcations have expired. The student will meet with one of our RN's to review skills and concepts. Once complete we will submit the checklist to the State of Kansas and the CNA will be reinstated on the State Nurse Aide Registry. Total price is $100.00. 

This is for anyone who has been approved by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) to retake or challenge the State CNA Examination. For those retesters or interstate students, once you have registered and paid the testing fee please call 316-854-3892 ext 103, or email lisa@alliedhealthcareertraining.com to get scheduled for your exam. The exam will be held on-site at Allied Health Career Training in Wichita, KS.

Kansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNAis a prerequisite for enrollment in this class. You MUST have an active Nurse Aide Certification in Kansas before starting the CMA course. 

Basic techniques and safety in medication administration are the focus areas for the Kansas Certified Medication Assistant course. Also studied are commonly used drugs, their classifications, and side effects. CMAs work in Kansas Licensed Adult Care Homes. There are a total of 75 clock hours with 50 classroom and 25 clinical setting. 

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level, as required by the State of Kansas.

Course price of $607 includes: tuition, one set of scrubs, textbook, supplies, and state fees. This course is part of our exclusive Money-back Guarantee program!

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For information please send an email to info@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Kansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNAis a prerequisite for enrollment in this class. You MUST have an active Nurse Aide Certification in Kansas before starting the CMA course. 

Basic techniques and safety in medication administration are the focus areas for the Kansas Certified Medication Assistant course. Also studied are commonly used drugs, their classifications, and side effects. CMAs work in Kansas Licensed Adult Care Homes. There are a total of 75 clock hours with 50 classroom and 25 clinical setting. 

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level, as required by the State of Kansas.

Course price of $607 includes: tuition, one set of scrubs, textbook, supplies, and state fees. This course is part of our exclusive Money-back Guarantee program!

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For information please send an email to info@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.
 

Kansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNAis a prerequisite for enrollment in this class. You MUST have an active Nurse Aide Certification in Kansas before starting the CMA course. 

You MUST provide a valid email address to sign up for this course. All course communications happen via email.

Basic techniques and safety in medication administration are the focus areas for the Kansas Certified Medication Assistant course. Also studied are commonly used drugs, their classifications, and side effects. CMAs work in Kansas Licensed Adult Care Homes. There are a total of 75 clock hours with 50 classroom and 25 clinical setting. 

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level, as required by the State of Kansas.

Course price of $607 includes: tuition, one set of scrubs, textbook, supplies, and state fees. This course is part of our exclusive Money-back Guarantee program!

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For information please send an email to info@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Kansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNAis a prerequisite for enrollment in this class. You MUST have an active Nurse Aide Certification in Kansas before starting the CMA course. 

You MUST provide a valid email address to sign up for this course. All course communications happen via email.

Basic techniques and safety in medication administration are the focus areas for the Kansas Certified Medication Assistant course. Also studied are commonly used drugs, their classifications, and side effects. CMAs work in Kansas Licensed Adult Care Homes. There are a total of 75 clock hours with 50 classroom and 25 clinical setting. 

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level, as required by the State of Kansas.

Course price of $607 includes: tuition, one set of scrubs, textbook, supplies, and state fees. This course is part of our exclusive Money-back Guarantee program!

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For information please send an email to info@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Kansas Certified Medication Aides must update through continuing education every two years as required by KDADS. This course is designed to satisfy that requirement. The student will learn updates on techniques, procedures, and/or new medications. Please note: the CMA certification may be lapsed, but not by more than one year.

For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com
 

Complete your CMA Update entirely online with this 10-hour State approved course. You will have one week to complete the material at your own pace. At the close of class your state fee and completion information will be electronically sent to State for extremely fast turn around time.

You must provide a valid email address to sign up for this course.

Kansas Certified Nurse Aide (CNAis a prerequisite for enrollment in this class. You must an active Nurse Aide Certification in Kansas before starting the HHA course. 

A reading test will be given online to ensure an 8th grade reading level, as required by the State of Kansas.

You MUST provide a valid email address to sign up for this course. All class communications happen via email.

Home Health Aides provide basic care to those in a home setting. Home Health Agencies and Hospice Care Providers are examples of potential employers. The Kansas HHA course is 20 clock hours and provides further training and knowledge to the Certified Nurse Aide in providing safe, effective, and supportive personal care assistance in the comfort and privacy of a person’s home. 

The course cost of $249.00, which includes study materials, 20 hours classroom learning experience, State certification fee, and State examination fee. 

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.
 

Nearly every nursing home, skilled facility, and rehabilitation unit uses Restorative Aides.  Restorative Aides work with the therapy department to carry out a plan of exercises to maintain a resident’s independence with Activities of Daily Living. Prerequisite for this course is having an active Kansas Nurse Aide Certification (CNA). This course is 10 hours which includes 5 hours of online study and 5 hours of skills lab in the classroom.  Upon completion of the course students will receive a Certificate of Completion.

The price of the Restorative Aide course is $249.00.

 
For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com
 
 

This is a combo course of both SSD and Activity Director together. The total amount of clock hours will be 90. This course is entirely online with a state examination at the end of the course, which will be given in-house at the school. This combo course is $497; this price includes tuition, online material, the state certification fee, and state exam fee. 

This course combines instruction and practical experience in all aspects of Certified EKG Technician practice. Upon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to sit for national certification through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The cost of the NHA certification exam is not included in the course price and is the student's responsibility.

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the registration fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com
 

In our Phlebotomy Technician course, you will learn how to draw blood for analysis or other medical purposes. You will also learn how to collect urine specimens for drug screening by Department of Transportation (DOT) standards. A "stick" day will be scheduled to bring in volunteers for practice of venipuncture/dermal blood draws. All volunteers must be 18 years of age and sign a consent and release of liability form. Upon course completion, and if the necessary venipuncture/dermal draw requirements are met, students will be eligible to sit for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) Exam through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The cost of the national certification exam is not covered in the course tuititon and is the student's responsibility. 

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level.

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee that is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded no matter when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For more information, please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

 

In our Phlebotomy Technician Express course, you will learn how to draw blood for analysis or other medical purposes. This hybrid course is designed for students who need Phlebotomy knowledge in order to take our Medical Assistant course. This class meets on Wednesday evenings and there is online coursework that must also be completed. A "stick" day will be scheduled to bring in volunteers for practice of venipuncture/dermal blood draws. All volunteers must be 18 years of age and sign a consent and release of liability form. Upon course completion, and if the necessary venipuncture/dermal draw requirements are met, students will be eligible to sit for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) Exam through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Exam cost and registration for the national certification exam is not covered in the course tuititon and is the student's responsibility. 

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level.

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee that is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded no matter when the course is dropped. Any refund owed will be calculated per the published refund policy found in the Student Handbook.
 
For more information, please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

Certified Medical Assistant through the NHA. This course builds on knowlege from CNA, CMA, Phlebotomy, & EKG, which are prerequisites, as well as high school diploma or GED. This is a 4.5 month long course with 425 clock hours, 65% of which are online and the remainder is traditional, in-house class times. Students will need to attend all classes and be dedicated to complete this fast-paced course. BLS/CPR is included in this course. 

Please note: The NHA exam fee of $155 is not included in the course price and is the student's responsibility.

CPht at a great low price! We offer a pay-as-you-go POD program. The total course is 24 weeks to get the highest certification through CPT. Class meets once a week and the balance is online.

Pharmacy Tech is structured as a 6-pod program that students can either purchase the total package in full or complete one pod at a time as they go along. To register and pay per pod please contact the office directly at 316-854-3892.

 A reading test will be given before the start of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level.

The price for the entire course is $2,365.00 when purchased all at once, and $2,465.00 when purchased by the pod. The book rental is included; to purchase the book is an additional $60.  This class meets once per week for 3 hours each class. Included in the course price are supplies which includes a lab jacket, a t-shirt, a basic book bag, notebook, pen, highlighter, and a pocket sized, easy-info booklet. There is a Clinical portion of the course that will be held at area pharmacies.

*Please note: There is a $100 down payment that is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded no matter when the course is dropped. However, the registration fee can be applied to another course date within the next three months or the next time the course is offered if later than three months.
 

Upon successful completion of the course the student will qualify to sit for National Certification through the Pharmacy Technician Board for the credentials of CPhT. High school diploma or equivalency is required to sit for the CPht exam. The CPhT exam through the CPT is $139 and is not covered in the price of the course.

For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com

Explore a healing journey to wellness with the art of massage and bodywork. Learn holistic lifestyle principles to care for yourself and others while receiving massage twice a week for 5 months! Learn how the body works and heals inside and out. This course will give you the broad array of knowledge and techniques needed to succeed in a career that utilizes centuries-old techniques to provide modern preventative care.

The benefits of massage include: managing the effects of stress, lowering blood pressure, relieving pain and inflammation, increasing circulation, and supporting the immune, lymphatic, and metabolic systems. Massage also breaks up adhesions, increases range of motion, and creates an overall sense of well-being!

The Allied Health Career Training Massage Therapy Program is a 535 clock-hour curriculum that will prepare graduates to complete the National Exam for Massage Therapy (MBLEX). This course also meets the new massage therapy standards, in Wichita, of completing a 500 hour program, and will prepare students for a professional and rewarding career as a Massage Therapist.

 

 

This course combines instruction and practical experience in advanced aspects of the professional nursing practice of intravenous therapy. This course is aligned with the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice, INS Policies and Procedures for Infusion Nursing, and the Kansas State Board of Nursing (KSBN) guidelines for LPN IV Therapy. This course is designed to be responsive to the evolving role of LPN’s in IV therapy while ensuring that students develop and demonstrate advanced nursing knowledge and skills with application of critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and clinical judgment in the performance of this function safely and effectively. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to sit for KSBN approved examination. Passing this examination authorizes LPN’s to practice intravenous therapy within scope of practice as outlined by Kansas statutes.

Please note: There is a $100 registration fee included in the tuition price, this fee is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded regardless of when the course is dropped.
 
For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com
 

 

This course is a 45-hour course approved by KDADS for those wishing to provide administrative oversight for an Assisted Living or Home Plus facility in Kansas.  Upon completion of this course you will apply to be a certified Adult Care Home Operator.  Pre-requisite for this course is A.) Having a Bachelor’s degree, B.) having an associate’s degree in a healthcare related field or C.) Having a high school diploma or GED AND having healthcare related experience.

This is a hybrid class where you will come in to class on the first day but do the majority of the content online.You MUST provide a valid email address to sign up for this course. All course communications happen via email.

A reading test will be given on the first day of class to ensure an 8th grade reading level.

Please note: There is a $100 down payment that is non-refundable. Should you need to withdraw from this course, the $100 fee will not be refunded no matter when the course is dropped. However, the registration fee can be applied to another course date within the next three months or the next time the course is offered if later than three months.
 
For information please send an email to information@alliedhealthcareertraining.com