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Classes from CACC

Office Administration A.A.S

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The Office Administration program prepares students to perform the duties of administrative assistants and/or secretaries and stenographers. Program instruction includes business communications, principles of business law, word processing and data entry, office machines operations and maintenance, office procedures, public relations, secretarial accounting, filing systems and records management, and report preparation.


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In person Medication Aide Classes

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This non-credit program prepares students to administer routine medications to patients in nursing facilities, assisted living environments, correctional institutions and more. The career path is similar to that of the Certified Nursing Assistance (CAN) program, giving students the opportunity to work under licensed nurses who can train you to move up even further in your career goals. Following the successful completion of training, candidates for certification apply to the Alabama Board of Nursing to be certified through the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.


$1,000 total

In person Phlebotomy Classes

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This non-credit program is a 10-week, non-credit certificate program. Phlebotomy technicians are critical team members in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, and blood donor centers. While gaining skills essential to the role of a phlebotomy technician, the student will learn to be professional members of the healthcare team. Upon completion, the participants will be eligible to take the Phlebotomy Certification.


$1,700 total

In person Commercial Driver's License Class A (CDL-A) Classes

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The non-credit Truck Driver Training course prepares students to pass the Commercial Driver License (CDL) test. Both Class A and Class B licensure options are available. Students must meet eligibility requirements set by the College in compliance with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA).


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In person Commercial Driver's License Class B (CDL-B) Classes

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The non-credit Truck Driver Training course prepares students to pass the Commercial Driver License (CDL) test. Both Class A and Class B licensure options are available. Students must meet eligibility requirements set by the College in compliance with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA).


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Associate Degree in Nursing

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Central Alabama Community College is known for its thorough and detailed Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN/LPN) program. The school takes pleasure in equipping hardworking students with the necessary tools to thrive in a medical environment. Respected educators, having a vast amount of practical knowledge, merge classroom learning and hands-on training, making the education journey more impactful. This is proven by their impressive licensing exam success rates. Moreover, the school offers contemporary facilities with practical exercise setups, ensuring optimal learning space for all students. Central Alabama Community College's LVN/LPN program promises an engaging and fulfilling educational experience.


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LPN to RN

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Central Alabama Community College (CACC) stands out with its dynamic Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN/LPN) certification program, distinguished by its comprehensive curriculum and state-of-the-art training facilities, all aimed at nurturing competent and empathetic healthcare professionals. The program's mission revolves around creating an ideal learning environment where students evolve into catalysts for positive change in healthcare. By utilizing cutting-edge healthcare equipment, it offers a potent blend of hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge. In well-equipped laboratories, students hone their skills, ensuring they are fully prepared for real-world scenarios. The program efficiently integrates nursing principles, physiology, anatomy, and more to provide a holistic education. CACC's LVN/LPN program maintains high standards through effective faculty, engaged students, and impressive academic outcomes, with dedicated instructors playing a vital role in nurturing eager minds. The institution also emphasizes leadership, community involvement, and career readiness, showcasing its commitment to holistic development. With its rigorous curriculum, advanced patient simulation labs, and effective guidance systems, CACC ensures that students experience professional fulfillment and personal growth, where competent teaching, camaraderie, and compassionate service converge to prepare them for excellence in healthcare. This program transcends being merely a course; it's a vocation, a commitment to wellness, and a pledge to nurture life. Rooted in a legacy of excellence, CACC's LVN/LPN program is a driving force shaping the future of healthcare, ensuring its graduates are esteemed employees. Success is not the exception here; it's the standard. Embarking on this journey leads to challenging yet rewarding opportunities in healthcare, forging a robust career and leaving lasting impacts.


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About school

Central Alabama Community College is a public two-year institution that serves students from six counties in central Alabama. It offers a wide range of associate's degree programs, technical certificates, and workforce training to meet the needs of the local economy. With a commitment to student success, CACC provides a supportive and engaging learning environment that prepares students for further education or the workforce.

In the Alexander City, AL area

1675 Cherokee Rd, Alexander, AL 35010