VOCATIONAL & TRADE SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Here at Florida Career College, our vocational and trade school programs are built around you. We know how busy your schedule is, too, so our day, evening, and weekend classes put you back in control. The wide range of programs we offer gives you the opportunity to pursue the career of your dreams. Our instructors will know you name and your challenges, and respect the discipline it takes to come to school every day and work for a better future. Our smaller work groups and classes mean you can get the individual attention you need to succeed.
Learn more and apply today to take a step towards a future you can be proud of!
- Graduate In as Few as 10 Months
- Financial Aid Available to Those Who Qualify
- Externship Opportunities
- Hands-On Training from Experienced & Committed Instructors
This well-balanced, comprehensive trade school program combines the theoretical aspects of automotive diagnostics with direct, hands-on practical training in repair procedures. Some of the topics we focus on in our Automotive Technician program are Engine Theory and Systems, Manual Transmissions, and Brake Systems.
This program will teach you basic office administration skills to prepare you for entry-level positions. You'll learn key software such as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher) and QuickBooks, and study basics of marketing, human resources, customer service, communication, organization, and accounting.
Designed to prepare students with a variety of skills including troubleshooting and analyzing, this program will give you everything you need to enter the computer and network technology job market prepared. In this program, you’ll learn everything from Networking Essentials to Computer Support and Maintenance.
Our Dental Assistant program teaches you clinical, radiographic, and preventive dentistry procedures. You'll learn in the classroom and lab, plus get 170 hours of on-the-job externship training to prepare you for entry-level dental assistant positions in dental offices, supply manufacturers, hospitals, or insurance companies.
The Health Services Administration program will prepare you for entry-level administrative positions in a variety of health care and wellness facilities. You'll learn health care industry laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and regulatory agencies. You'll also be taught office skills such as communication and customer relations.
Our HVAC program is designed to be completed within eleven months and focuses on hands-on training. Some of the topics we focus on in our HVAC trade school program are Air Conditioning, Troubleshooting, and Green Awareness, Specialized Commercial Equipment, and Heating Systems and Boilers.
The Information Technology associate program will teach you to define, analyze, and discover technology solutions in preparation for entry-level roles in technical settings. Designed to allow specialization in Computer Security and Networking, Computer Science, Information Technology Management, and Healthcare Information Technology Management.
If you’ve always imagined yourself caring for others in a fast-paced, constantly changing atmosphere, enrolling in the Medical Assistant Technician program at FCC may be a great next step in your career. In this career program, you’ll learn Medical Front Office Procedures in Medical Office and Clinical Back Office Procedures.
Our Medical Front Office and Billing program provides students with a solid professional foundation in the medical front office that enables them to become vital members of the health care team. Some of the topics we focus on in this vocational program are Diagnostic Coding, Outpatient Coding, and Coding Systems.
In our Patient Care Technician program, you will learn skills to prepare you for entry-level work in health care, such as patient assistance, geriatric care, and nursing assistance. You'll also complete an 80-hour externship to gain hands-on training in the field, and qualified graduates may take the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) state certification exam.
Learn pharmacy fundamentals and terminology and get hands-on practice in preparation for entry-level pharmacy technician positions in settings such as hospitals, retail, compounding, mail-order, and long-term care. Subjects covered also include state and federal law and ethical issues.