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Remington College - Memphis, TN

Memphis, TN

Available Programs

  • Cosmetology & Beauty
    • Cosmetology

      Program Description

      Remington College's school of Cosmetology is designed to develop your product knowledge, artistry, and skills so that you can help people look and feel their best.

      The cosmetology diploma program covers industry fundamentals and the basics of skin care, hair care, and nail care. No previous cosmetology college experience is necessary for program entry.

      • Learn cosmetology artistic, scientific, AND business practices from industry experts.
      • Work with Matrix hair, nail, and skin care training products.
      • Prepare for your state board cosmetology licensing exam
      • Gain experience with real clients!
  • Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
    • Criminal Justice

      Program Description

      Remington College offers training in corrections, crime scene analysis, evidence handling, safety, criminal prosecution and trials, and inmate control through the associate degree in Criminal Justice program.

      Criminal justice courses are also offered in constitutional law, criminology and forensic science, including crime scene scenarios that introduce you to criminal investigation and crime scene preservation.

      Criminal Justice: Answer the Call

      • Gain a real-world understanding of criminal behavior and the criminal justice system.
      • Answer the call to public service.
      • Enter one of today's most personally fulfilling career fields.
      • Choose from a variety of potential career options.
      • Pursue a career that makes a difference in the community!
  • Health and Medical
    • Medical Assistant

      Program Description

      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 Assistant Diploma Program at Remington College

      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.

      Hands-on Medical Assistant Training

      Remington College's medical assistant school will help prepare you for your transition into the real world through training in the classroom, familiarizing you with medical terminology and hands-on experience in a lab. The medical assistant program provides you with the opportunity to work in an externship alongside doctors, nurses and patients giving you an idea of what your career will be like after you graduate.

    • Pharmacy Technician

      Program Description

      As the number of middle-aged and elderly people increases in the United States, so does the expected demand for skilled pharmacy technicians.

      Pharmacy technicians work under the supervision of licensed pharmacists in many different types of retail locations, as well as hospitals. The scope of work for pharmacy technicians is constantly broadening. They mix and measure medication, maintain patient profiles, and handle insurance claims as well as receive prescriptions and take inventory.

      But maybe the most important part of a pharmacy technician's job is helping patients. As a Remington College instructor puts it, pharmacy technicians have "a direct link to making someone well."

      Pharmacy Technician Program Overview

      Remington College offers a combination of coursework, hands-on training and practical real-world pharmacy experience in the diploma program at one of 10 different locations across the country.

      As a student in the Pharmacy Technician school, you will have the opportunity to learn the basics of drug interactions, medical abbreviations, and dealing with patients.

      Your pharmacy technician training will include a basic background in human structure and function, and you will have the chance to take courses in first aid, career development, and computers, as well as pharmacy law and ethics.

      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.

    • Dental Assistant

      Program Description

      Remington College's Dental Assisting diploma program provides training in the skills and knowledge that can help you qualify for an entry-level position as a dental assistant.

      Just as professional dental assistants may enjoy a wide variety in their day-to-day functions, the eight modules of the Dental Assisting school cover an array of topics like oral anatomy, oral radiology as well as other specific dental procedures and topics. The entire dental assistant program can be completed in as few as 8 months.

      Dental Assistant Diploma Program Overview

      Dental assisting is more than just a growth industry, it's also a personally satisfying way to help improve people's quality of life by helping them better care for their teeth and gums. Dental assistants are critical to performing a number of fascinating and challenging functions, such as:

      • Making impressions and casts of patients' teeth
      • Creating temporary crowns
      • Assisting a dentist with oral procedures and surgery
      • Educating dental patients on preventive dentistry
      • Taking dental x-rays
  • Skilled Trades
    • Electronics Technician

      Program Description

      Do you like working with your hands? Are you interested in learning what makes electronic and computerized gadgets work? Do you enjoy taking apart and repairing electronic devices?

      If you answered yes, consider earning your college diploma in Electronic Technology—a hands-on electronics technician training focused on digital electronics systems, computer hardware, cables and wiring, electrical systems, and mechanical components.

      Electronics Technician Training

      Offering a blend of theory and hands-on electronics technician training, the diploma program will help students prepare for an entry-level positions in electronic communications, service technology, and computer-related fields.

      Remington program lets you engage in several hands-on laboratory experiences and computerized simulations so that you're prepared for your chosen career in electronics technology.

      Electronic technology class equipment may include computers, various testers, trainers, oscilloscopes, Programmable Logic Controller trainers, and various electronic supplies.

      The electronics technician program covers these important areas:

      • Computer hardware and software
      • Digital electronics (flip-flops, counters, registers, logic circuits, and more)
      • Electrical and mechanical components of motors and controllers
      • Fundamentals of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) electricity and circuits
      • Intel 8051 microcontroller architecture, programming, and function
      • Low-voltage electrical systems and solid-state devices (diodes, transistors, amplifiers, and more)
      • Residential networks/systems integration
    • Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning

      Program Description

      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.

      Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC): Cool Career with Hot Potential!

      • HVAC training in accordance with the national skill standards for HVAC technicians.
      • Work with demonstration models in hands-on skills labs.
      • Prepare for Type I, II, III, and Universal EPA certification testing.
      • Help to "green" America by replacing old AC/refrigeration equipment with new energy-efficient models.

Campus Location

2710 Nonconnah Blvd

Memphis, TN 38132

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1800 Eastgate Dr
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300 E. Loop 820
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500 International Parkway
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Honolulu, HI

1111 Bishop St Ste 400
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Houston Southeast, TX

20985 Interstate 45 South
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Houston, TX

3110 Hayes Road Suite 380
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Lafayette, LA

303 Rue Louis XIV
Lafayette, LA 70508

Little Rock, AR

19 Remington Dr.
Little Rock, AR 72204

Mobile, AL

828 Downtowner Loop W
Mobile, AL 36609

Nashville, TN

441 Donelson Pk Ste 150
Nashville, TN 37214

North Houston, TX

11310 Greens Crossing Blvd
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Orlando, FL

600 Century Point Ste 1050
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Shreveport, LA

2106 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop
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Tampa, FL

6302 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
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