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- Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
- Facility Maintenance
- Process Technology
- Facility Maintenance and Technology
- Medical Assisting
- Medical Office Administration
- Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope)
- Medical Billing and Coding
- Database Management and Administration
- Cosmetology - Diploma
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.
Process TechnologyBuilding Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
Remington College’s Process Technology degree program offers training in how to monitor and control processing equipment such as pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, distillation columns, boilers, and furnaces. Our goal is to prepare graduates for jobs as a plant or systems operator, power plant distributor or dispatcher, or chemical technician.* Learn from experienced process technicians who provide support and help the wheels of industry to function seamlessly. Imagine yourself at the heart of it all, working to ensure the smooth operation of an industrial plant! Several manufacturing and production plants today seek skilled journeymen and women to monitor, control, and troubleshoot instrumentation boards, pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, controls, alarms, and similar specialized equipment.
If you’re interested in how things work and enjoy mechanical and electrical operations, you can build on those skills and gain the prestige of a degree with Remington College’s 18-month Process Technology associate degree.
Facility Maintenance and TechnologyBuilding Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
Remington College’s Facility Maintenance and Technology degree blends classroom instruction with hands-on training to provide our students the opportunity to develop many of the skills that Facility Maintenance Technicians need.
Our Associate Degree program combines practical hands-on building maintenance training with coursework in small business principles to help prepare students who seek advancement opportunities or independent employment within this growing field.
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.
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.
Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope)Medicine and Health Care
Remington College’s Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) diploma program was designed to help prepare you for a career within the healthcare industry. This diploma program offers classroom instruction as well as hands-on lab and clinical experiences. Study limited X-Ray procedures, medical insurance and coding, patient billing, and more.
X-ray technology is more than just looking at the structure and shape of bones; it is an important way to see inside of the human body and to assist in the diagnosis of diseases, conditions, or injuries. With the hands-on training provided in Remington College’s X-ray classes, you can participate in both classroom and laboratory study of limited X-ray procedures. You’ll have the opportunity to learn how to apply your medical assisting skills to correctly operate x-ray equipment, position patients, and develop X-rays of their internal structure. Please note that this program should not be confused with an X-ray technologist program.
Medical Billing and CodingHealthcare Administration
As medical advances continue to help us live longer, healthier lives, the medical community will need an increasing number of qualified employees in all aspects of the healthcare profession. If you're detail oriented, looking for a position in healthcare, and would prefer working with medical and insurance records, consider medical billing and coding diploma at Remington College.
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.
Cosmetology - DiplomaCosmetology and Wellness
You’ll begin your salon training in the early phases of this 12-month diploma program. Our student salon, known as The Remington College School of Cosmetology, can accommodate up to 30 students at a time.
Two instructors oversee students during salon hours, and about 40 customers can be serviced in the salon at once. It’s a great working environment to learn in! You’ll take turns in roles like receptionist, hairstylist, manicurist, and make-up artist. Services that you may provide while you work the beauty, hair, and salon school floor include facials, manicures, acrylic and gel nails, haircuts, waves, relaxers, extensions, and more!