Fort Collins, CO
This program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge that will qualify them for entry-level positions as Dental Assistants. Dental Assistants are trained in both administrative and clinical procedures. The program offers training in dental assisting techniques, dental sciences, dental materials, dental radiography, specialty practices and office management. Students complete a five-week externship and graduate the program eligible to sit for the Registered Dental Assistant exam.
Through hands-on training, you will work side-by-side with devoted instructors, who will teach you how to perform a wide variety of medical assisting tasks, such as:
- Vital sign measurements
- Preparation of lab specimens
- Equipment sterilization
- Dressing changes
- Suture removal
- Administrative and front office skills
The Therapeutic Massage program is designed to prepare you for employment as a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and/or to enter into private practice.
Your professional career training will include Swedish massage, neuromuscular techniques, infant and prenatal Massage, sports massage, hydrotherapy, Asian, Reflexology, chair massage and site-specific treatment techniques.
A clinical practicum experience is incorporated into training to provide you with skills needed to interact with clients.
Students in the Cosmetology Diploma program receive comprehensive instruction in the areas of hair, nail and skincare services by experienced educators. Individuals engage in both classroom and hands-on learning through working with models and guests in the Student Beauty Services Clinic.
In addition to developing a strong foundation of safety, appropriate work habits and business skills, students are prepared to take the State Board Examination and begin working in entry-level careers as Licensed Cosmetologists in a salon or spa after graduation.
Learn more at https://ibmc.edu/.