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Career Advancement Health Science Technology Education
Objectives zLocate, evaluate, and interpret career options and employment information. zPredict the impact of career decisions.
Career Introduction zThe educational requirements for future health careers will depend on many factors and vary among career choices. zPreparation begins
Career Advancement zA healthcare worker reaches a high level position by a series of occupational steps. zAdvancement is based on gaining additional experience, education, and clinical training.
Enter the Workforce zThe more experience, education, and clinical training you possess, the greater your initial step into a career. zDetermine the requirements, then make an entrance.
AIDE zExample zEducational Requirement è Laboratory Aide è HS Graduate; On-the-job training
ASSISTANT zExample zEducational Requirement è Laboratory Assistant è Up to one year of classroom and clinical preparation
TECHNICIAN zExample zEducational Requirement è Laboratory Technician è Minimum two years classroom; two-year training program, Associate Degree
TECHNOLOGIST zExample zEducational Requirement è Laboratory Technologist è A three to four year college program plus work experience, Bachelors Degree
PROFESSIONAL zExample zEducational Requirement è Pathologist è A four-year degree, advanced degree, and clinical training
Take the First Step Thats one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. -Neil Armstrong
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