Phabsa.com programs: cosmetology, medical assisting, dental assisting, massage therapy, nail technician, skin care, full specialist

  • Dental Assisting
  • Medical Assisting 
  • Massage Therapy

 

Dental Assisting

This program is approved by the Florida Department of Health Board of Dentistry

(No prerequisites for this Program)

The primary objective of this program is to prepare students for employment as dental assistants. Upon completion, the graduate will possess a working knowledge of dental office and patient management, basic dental laboratory procedures, dental terminology, dental instrument and equipment utilization, dental pharmacology and anesthesia, chair side assisting and expanded functions, dental radiography, maintenance and asepsis of dental operatory and instrumentation, dental specialty procedures, and may be eligible to take the Dental Assisting National Board Examination.

The program is a planned structure of instruction consisting of one program and one occupational completion point. Students are placed into lab/clinical practice in dentist’s offices throughout Miami Dade and Broward County, which offers maximum flexibility to the student, allowing for the development of specific skills including expanded duties competencies approved by the Florida Board of Dentistry. The content includes, as a minimum, dental office and patient management, basic dental laboratory procedures, dental and general anatomy, dental terminology, nutrition, dental instrument and equipment utilization, microbiology, dental pharmacology and anesthesia, chair side assisting and expanded functions, dental office emergencies/CPR, dental radiography, maintenance and asepsis of dental operatory and instrumentation, dental specialty procedures, employability skills, leadership and human relations skills, ethics and jurisprudence, dental materials and preventive dentistry.

The Dental Assisting takes 1275 clock hours/43 weeks to complete.

For detailed description of the program and for course outline please see our catalog

This program is approved for Financial Aid under Title IY. Financial Aid is available to qualified applicants. For more information please see our Financial Aid page and Consumer Information Handbook.

 

Medical Assisting

(No prerequisites for this Program)

The primary objective of this program is to prepare students for employment as medical assistants. Upon completion, the graduate will possess a working knowledge in medical terminology, anatomy, human diseases, pharmacology, basic medical office procedures and clinical medical assisting skills. Students will learn front office procedures such as handling patient accounts and records, word processing, and scheduling of patients. The students will also learn back office procedures such as taking patient histories and vital signs, preparing patients for procedures, assisting the physician with examinations and treatments, and performing selected diagnostic tests as directed by the physician. The medical assistant will also learn basic medical laboratory and X-ray procedures.

Upon completion, the graduate may be eligible for the National Certification examination offered by the National Healthcare Association. The Medical Assistant graduate may be prepared to take the Basic X-Ray Machine Operator State exam

The program is a planned structure of instruction consisting of one program and five occupational completion points. The structure will allow students to complete specified portions of the program for employment or remain for advanced training. The core module is taught first or concurrently with the MA-T and the second OCP. All modules must be completed to be a medical assistant. Students are placed into lab and clinical practice in physicians’ offices throughout Miami Dade and Broward County, which offers maximum flexibility to the student, allowing for the development of specific skills within a chosen specialty area. Such skills encompass those of administrator, clinician, or technician. Upon completion of this ten (10) month program the student may be eligible to write the national certification exam of the American Association of Medical Assistants to obtain the credential of Certified Medical Assistant (CMA-AAMA).

The Medical Assisting takes 1350 clock hours/43 weeks to complete.

For detailed description of the program and for course outline please see our catalog

This program is approved for Financial Aid under Title IY. Financial Aid is available to qualified applicants. For more information please see our Financial Aid page and Consumer Information Handbook.

 

Massage Therapy

The Profession of Therapeutic Massage

The primary objective of the Therapeutic Massage Program is to prepare students for the licensing examination to become a licensed massage therapist.

This program is approved by Florida Department of Health Board of Massage and takes 600 clock hours/26 weeks to complete.

Massage students are limited to attending a maximum of 6 hours/day and 30 hr/wk.

Upon completion: Diploma and Eligibility for National Certification Exam.


Prerequisites

  • Have a high school diploma or G.E.D.

We offer flexible scheduling, which may be individualized to meet working student’s needs.

Following subjects are covered:

  • History, Ethics Requirements
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Massage Affects
  • Sanitation and Safety
  • Consultation
  • Massage Movements, Techniques and Procedures
  • Face and Scalp Massage
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Specialized Massage
  • Neuromuscular Therapy
  • The Business of Massage

For detailed description of the program and for course outline please see our catalog

This program is approved for Financial Aid under Title IY. Financial Aid is available to qualified applicants. For more information please see our Financial Aid page and Consumer Information Handbook.