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Education & Training Levels in Health Care & Human Services

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  1. Education & Training Levels in Health Care& Human Services

  2. Short-term On-The-Job Training • Home Health Aides • Nonfarm animal caretakers • Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants • Pharmacy aides • Physical therapist aides • Veterinary assistants • Laboratory animal caretakers • A worker can achieve an average level of performance within a few days or weeks through training on-the-job.

  3. Moderate-Term On-The-Job Training • Ambulance drivers & attendants (except EMT) • Animal Trainers • Dental Assistants • Medical Assistants • Ophthalmic lab technicians • Pharmacy technicians • Social & human service service assistants • Job can be performed adequately after a period of 1 to 12 months of combined on-the-job and informal training. • Observe experienced workers and follow their tasks

  4. Long-Term On-The-Job Training • Dental laboratory technicians • Medical appliance technicians • Opticians, dispensing • Requires more than 12 months of on-the-job training or combined work experience and formal classroom instruction. • The group may use formal apprenticeships for training workers that may take up to 4 years.

  5. Postsecondary Vocational Training • Emergency medical technicians & paramedics • Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses • Massage therapists • Medical secretaries • Medical transcriptionists • Surgical technologists • Requires formal preparation that can vary from training that involves a few months to usually less than 1 year. • In some instances, there may be as many as 4 years of training.

  6. Associate DegreeUsually require 2 years of full-time academic work beyond high school. • Biological technicians • Cardiovascular technologists & technicians • Dental hygienists • Diagnostic medical sonographers • Forensic science technicians • Medical and clinical laboratory techs • Nuclear medicine techs • Human Services Generalists • Occupational therapist assistants • Physical therapist assistants • Radiations therapists • Radiologic tech • Registered nurses • Respiratory therapists • Veterinary technologists & technicians • Recreational/Art/Movement /Music Therapist

  7. Bachelor’s DegreeUsually require 4-5 years of full-time academic work beyond high school. • Athletic trainers • Biomedical engineers • Dietitians and nutritionists • Industrial safety and health engineers • Medical and clinical laboratory technologists • Human Services Generalists • Social worker • Medical and public health social workers • Orthotists and prosthetists • Physician assistants • Recreational therapists • Bachelor’s level psychologist

  8. Master’s DegreeUsually require 1-2 years of full-time study beyond a bachelor’s or degree • Audiologists • Environmental scientists and specialists, including health • Epidemiologists • Mental health counselors • Occupational health and safety specialists • Occupational therapists • Physical therapists • Rehabilitation counselors • Speech-language pathologists • Social Worker (MSW) • Counselor • Master’s level psychologist

  9. Doctoral DegreeUsually require 5-7 years of full-time academic work beyond the bachelor’s degree, including at least one year of internship. • More recently…. Physical Therapists • Social Worker (D.S.W. or Ph.D. • Clinical Psychologist • Counseling Psychologist (Psy.D or Ed.D or ABD.)

  10. Work Experience PLUS DegreeRequires some experience in related non-managerial position in addition to bachelor’s or master’s degree • Medical manager • Health services manager

  11. First Professional DegreeUsually require 2,3 or more years of full-time study beyond a bachelor’s or degree. Include clinical training & physicians require an internship. • Chiropractors • Dentists, general • Family and general practitioners • Obstetricians & gynecologists • Optometrists • Pediatricians, general • pharmacists • Podiatrists • Psychiatrists • Surgeons • Veterinarians