Certified Medical Administrative Assistant
Spring 2020
ORIENTATION: Wednesday, January 15 9am-noon in room 2-205
Course Dates: January 22July 22, 2020
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays
9am-12:30pm, with some exceptions (please see attached)
Room 2-205
Cost: $4995
Payment plan available ($25 fee):
$858 initial payment - due at time of registration
Initial payment must be made in person at the college.
Five subsequent payments of $833
Scholarships available through American Job Center
To apply for the WIOA Scholarship contact a career agent at American Job Center.
Bristol Office: 860-899-3559
New Britain Office: 860-223-0889
To apply for the Dislocated Worker Grant:
Contact Yanira Fernandez 860-899-3519
Certified Medical Administrative Assistant Program
Spring 2020 Schedule
Certification Examination - Wednesday, July 15 - 10AM Room 205
Mandatory Orientation
Wednesday, January 15
9AM-12PM Room 205
Medical Terminology BOT*180 Hybrid Course - Blackboard
January 22 May 16, 2020
On ground classes Tuesdays 6:30-9PM
Jan. 28, Feb 18 & 25, March 24 & 31, Apr. 21 & 28, May 12
All courses below are located in ROOM 205
Introduction to Healthcare
February 3 - 6 (M/T/TH) 9-11:30AM
February 10 (M) 9-10:30AM
Therapeutic Communication Skills
February 11 & 18 (T) 9-11:30AM, February 13 & 20 (TH) 9AM-12PM
February 24 (M) 9-10AM
Computer Skills for the Workplace
February 13 (TH) 12:30-3:30PM
February 18 - 27 (T/TH) 12-3PM
Law & Ethics for Health Care Professionals
February 24 (M) 10AM-12:30PM, February 25 March 9 (M/T/TH) 9AM-12PM
March 10 (T) 9-10:30AM
Medical Administrative Procedures
March 12 April 7 (M/T/TH) 9AM-12PM
April 9 & 13 (T/TH) 9-11AM
Medical Billing & Coding in the Electronic Health Record
Prerequisite: Medical Terminology
April 14 May 19 (M/T/TH) 9AM-12PM, May 21 (TH) 9-11AM
Essential Job Skills & Career Development
April 15 May 6 (W) 9AM-12:30PM
Medical Office Finances
May 26 June 8 (M/T/TH) 9AM-12PM
June 9 & 11 (T/TH) 9-11AM
Medical Office Simulation Lab
June 15 June 30 (M/T/TH) 9AM-12PM
NHA Exam Review
July 6 (M) 9AM-12PM
Student Name (print) _____________________________________________________
The following Essential Functions are expected of all students with or without academic adjustments. Students
must be able to fulfill the essential functions of the job without endangering patients or other healthcare
workers. Students with disabilities may be eligible for academic adjustments.
Students must have the following abilities:
Proficiency in the use of the English language and must possess effective oral and written skills in order
to accurately transmit appropriate information to patients/clients, faculty, colleagues, and other
healthcare workers.
Adequate senses hearing, touch and vision.
Be able to sit for prolonged periods of time.
Interpersonal skills such that you are capable of interacting with individuals from a variety of social,
economic and ethical backgrounds
The ability to present a professional appearance, maintain personal health and be emotionally stable.
The ability to concentrate on a task over a period of time without being distracted.
Deductive Reasoning The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that
make sense.
Inductive Reasoning The ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusion.
Active Listening Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the
points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
Critical Thinking Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative
solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
Information Ordering The ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to
a specific rule or set of rules.
Category Flexibility The ability to generate or use different sets of rules for combining or grouping
things in different ways.
Problem Sensitivity The ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not
involve solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem.
I have read and understand the information above.
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