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Heating Ventilation and Air ConditioningBuilding Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
The need for skilled, well-trained heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians is projected to grow as energy costs rise, policy initiatives evolve, and standards change. Concern for the environment and an emphasis on cost-efficient, energy-saving appliances will create excellent job prospects for HVAC technicians who have completed training from an accredited technical school.
Facility MaintenanceBuilding Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
Remington College’s Facility Maintenance diploma program can help prepare you for a career in the building maintenance industry as a Facility Maintenance Technician or Building Maintenance Technician.
In as few as nine months, students study and practice through hands-on labs and coursework. This material provides the background knowledge and skills to perform general maintenance and repair work. Because Facility Maintenance Technicians find, diagnose, and repair building issues, people who like solving problems and working with their hands may find career satisfaction in this field. If you think you might enjoy fixing mechanical, electrical or plumbing issues, or working with tools, consider completing your maintenance technician courses at Remington College.
Medical AssistingMedicine and Health Care
Remington College's Medical Assistant diploma program can help you take the first step towards a career in the health care industry. As a student you will study proper patient care techniques, human anatomy and phlebotomy.
Medical assistants play a critical role in the daily operations of doctor's offices, clinics and healthcare facilities. As a healthcare professional, you'll be interacting with patients by taking vital signs, preparing them for exams and explaining what they're about to experience during their visit.
In addition to the personal interactions, you may be responsible for administrative duties that include filing medical records, handling insurance forms and scheduling appointments. You'll most likely report to a doctor or nurse and handle incoming communication to the office or department. Medical assistants are an important aspect of any healthcare operation and can make or break the patient's experience.
Pharmacy TechnicianMedicine and Health Care
Pharmacy Technician diploma students have the opportunity to learn the basics of drug interactions, medical abbreviations, and dealing with patients. Training also includes a background in anatomy and physiology, and courses in first aid, career development, and computers, as well as pharmacy law and ethics.
For residential campuses except for Knoxville, TN, Remington College uses PioneerRx, so our students can apply the knowledge and methods they learn in the classroom to a simulated pharmacy environment.
Medical Office AdministrationMedicine and Health Care
Remington College’s Diploma in Medical Office Administration program is designed to help prepare students for an entry-level position such as administrative medical assistant, medical office administrator or medical billing or collections specialist. Graduates from the Medical Office Administration diploma program may be able to work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, medical supply businesses, and at home health agencies. Our Medical Office Administration diploma allows full-time students to complete their diploma in as few as 8 months!
With Remington College’s diploma program in Medical Office Administration, students will be able to study the fundamentals of medical office administration, healthcare practices, medical terminology, the structure and function of the human body, and the basics of medical coding.
Database Management and AdministrationComputer, Information, and Technology
Do you have a strong desire to learn and a love of new technology? A career in Database Management and Administration may be a good match for you. Remington College’s Database Management and Administration degree program covers a range of fundamental skills and training in data organization, storage, integration and analysis. Over the course of the program, students will study the ins and outs of database management systems while using industry-relevant programs and technology.
Both small and medium-sized businesses without dedicated IT departments often have the need for gatekeepers and maintainers. The increased use of database-as-a-service and cloud-based services for data collection and manipulation could also enhance the need for qualified database administrators in many markets.
Restaurant, Hospitality, and Retail ManagementCulinary Arts, Food Service, and Nutrition
Remington College’s Restaurant, Hospitality, and Retail Management degree provides training in the concepts necessary for working in the restaurant, hospitality, tourism, and retail industries.
Managers in these industries are responsible for maintaining an efficient and profitable company while ensuring that their customers have a pleasant experience at their establishment. Our degree program is designed to prepare our graduates for entry-level positions or advancement opportunities in these fields.
The Restaurant, Hospitality, and Retail Management Associate Degree program offered by the Mobile and Nashville campuses is an occupational associate degree program, and, upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded an Associate of Occupational Studies degree.
Computer-Aided Design & DraftingDesign, Arts, and Architecture
The Computer-Aided Design & Drafting (CADD) program combines creativity and precision to help prepare students to create buildings, mechanical devices, electrical systems and more with AutoCAD software. CADD projects feature interesting design and drafting challenges with a lot of variety: as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) notes, CAD drafting technicians design plans “to build everything from microchips to skyscrapers”.
Combine artistry with precision and hands-on workmanship using AutoCAD and modern technology for a challenging, yet rewarding CADD career. True to the hands-on nature of computer-aided design and drafting, our CADD program emphasizes practical experience and skills.