Thanks to a new program at Laramie County Community College, students can obtain career training in some of the most in-demand occupations. The A.C.T. (Achieve Career Training) Now! program helps students receive training and earn national certifications in areas such as medical office, petroleum process technology, computer technology and pharmacy technician.
- Most trainings can be completed in six months or less
- Qualified individuals may receive financial support
- Many classes available online and in evenings
A.C.T. Now! programs
- Certified Medical Assistant
- Dental Assistant
- Pharmacy Technician
- Petroleum Process Technology - "B" Operators
- Process Technology II/Instrumentation - Spring/Summer 2015
- Industrial Occupational Safety - Spring/Summer 2015
- Professional Medical Billers/Coders Refresher
- Computer Technician/Network Administration
- Health Services
- Health Information Technology and Management
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Dental Hygiene
- Surgical Technician
- Registered Nurse
- Nurse Educator - Current nurses call for information about the June 19, 2015 class.
Students can visit Course Start Dates to see application deadlines and when classes start.
Application for credited courses
All credited courses must apply with LCCC Admissions and fill out the Federal Application for Financial Student Aid. Those courses include Health Information Management and Technology, Professional Medical Billers, Electronic Health Records, Surgical Technicians, Registered Nurses, Petroleum Process Technology and Computer Technician/Network Administration with Information Technology.
- Students must apply to LCCC and receive a student ID. Students with questions can contact admissions at 307.778.1212.
- Students must apply for Federal Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA), regardless of their eligibility to receive aid. The FAFSA also requires s student to obtain a PIN.
- Students can also visit LCCC's Scholarships page and Allied Health Scholarships page for additional information.
For additional information, students can call 307.772.7351 or email the A.C.T. Now! office.
Made possible through a grant from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Service. The EFDA # 17.268: This grant is federal funding through the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration under contract from the Department of Workforce Services.