The apprenticeship team at KapCC is working hard to serve as many displaced workers as they can between now and 10/31/20 when the apprenticeship grant ends.
Please find three general fliers about the upcoming Rapid Healthcare Education Programs (RHEP) https://sites.google.com/a/
Here is a link to a short video explaining program details.
IMPORTANT NOTE – KapCC’s new nurse assistant program is focused on acute care skills for those who want to work in hospitals. It is not the same as CNA, and students will not be eligible for the CNA certification exam.
In addition, attached is the master schedule with the live Information Sessions via zoom. All applicants are required to attend an Information Session to be qualified to apply for one of the programs.
While recovery funding is starting to move to the State from the feds, these dollars are here and ready to be used by displaced workers now! Any dollars we do not use by 10/31/20 will be returning to Washington.
For more information, please contact our KCC colleagues:
Grant Outreach Coordinator
Health Education Non-Credit (HENC) Program Director
Professor of Health Sciences