Certificate of Achievement in Rehabilitation Aide
Rehabilitation Aides is a vocation dedicated to assisting people in improving their motor skills and maximizing independence in their daily functioning.
Rehabilitation Aides may work directly under a medical therapeutic profession as a:
- Physical Therapy Aide
- Occupational Therapy Aide
- Rehabilitation Technician
Rehabilitation Aides have clinical and office training to work in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing, and private practice clinics. Employment is expected to grow by 23-40% by 2024, with $15-21/hour pay
The Rehabilitation Aide program is 19-20 units and can be completed in 10 months.
The following are the required courses to complete the program:
- * BIOL-122: Introduction to the Concepts of Human Anatomy and Physiology (offered in Fall 2018)
- * BIOL-5: Human Anatomy (offered in Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019)
- COMM-10: Intercultural Communication (offered in Fall 2018 and Spring 2019)
- HCA-5: Introduction to Health Careers (offered in Summer 2018 and Fall 2018)
- OT-10: Medical Terminology (offered in Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019)
- OT-17: Job Retention and Responsibilities (offered in Spring 2019)
- REBT-111: Rehabilitation Aide (offered in Spring 2019)
- REBT-112: Rehabilitation Aide Externship (offered in Spring 2019)
- REBT-113: Seminar for Rehabilitation Aide Externship (offered in Spring 2019)
- Please refer to a counselor to determine which Biology course to register for
Only 20 openings is accepted in Spring for the Rehabilitation Aide program.
Robbie Kunkel | Dean of Instruction, CTE | 559.325.5208 | email@example.com
James Vea | OTA Instructor | 559.325.5204 | firstname.lastname@example.org