Skilled IT professionals are in high demand in Vermont and across the country. CCV’s spectrum of information technology programs will prepare you for work or further study in this exciting field. Build on a certificate program in cloud computing, cybersecurity fundamentals, IT service desk specialist, or web development to complete the information technology associate degree, which provides foundational skills in networking, programming, and operating systems. In the IT degree program, you’ll build a depth of knowledge in at least one of four focus areas: cloud computing, networking, programming, or website development. Whatever path you choose, you’ll be well positioned for the workforce or further education.
This certificate prepares students for clinical duties in a health care setting, working under the direct supervision of a physician or other health practitioner. Students will develop the skills and knowledge required to effectively perform clinical functions including patient intake and care, routine diagnostic and recording procedures, pre-examination and examination assistance, and the administration of medications and first aid, while adhering to legal and ethical standards in the field.
This certificate prepares students to work as a pharmacy technician under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist. Students will develop the skills and knowledge required of a pharmacy technician including filling prescriptions, proper storage and handling of medication, and professional customer service.
This certificate is designed for students looking for employment in the growing field of medical billing and coding and prepares students to take the Certified Billing & Coding Specialist (CBCS) exam through the National Healthcare Association. The curriculum also aligns with the content of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) examination for Certified Professional Coders (CPC). To obtain the CPC credential, students will be required to demonstrate on-the-job coding experience in addition to passing the CPC certification exam. Those who pass the CPC, but have not yet met the work experience requirement, will be designated as an Apprentice (CPC-A). Students should review the AAPC’s certification requirements for additional information.
Located in the scenic landscape of Vermont, you'll find the Bennington Campus of Community College of Vermont. At this educational establishment, an array of academic programs are offered to a widely diverse body of students. The faculty personnel are highly qualified, possessing top-notch credentials and they steadfastly advocate for their learners' success. This campus is strategically designed, fitted with state-of-the-art technology to aid students on their educational journey. The services offered are consistently student-focused, ensuring they are fully equipped for the academic world. Beyond these services, the Bennington Campus promotes a healthy lifestyle through numerous extra-curricular and sports activities. This college campus is more than just an educational setting, it’s a nurturing community that fosters growth, encourages ambition and inspires greatness in every student that walks through its doors.
324 Main Street, Bennington, VT 05201