How To Enroll In Classes at Boardman Training Center

Updated Content on 6/2/2023

Are you looking to start a career in the exciting healthcare field but need help figuring out how to enroll? No matter your experience, unique circumstances, or personal goals,

How To Enroll In Class at Boardman Training Center

Boardman Training Center has a place for you!

For years, the BTC team has provided students with the education and training they need to get started in healthcare careers and achieve their goals. From the first phone call you make to Boardman Training Center through graduation and beyond, students can expect to feel supported every step of the way during their time at Boardman Training Center. 

Now is a great time to start on the path to a new healthcare career! Boardman Training Center is currently enrolling new students in our accelerated healthcare training programs. Continue reading to learn more about how to enroll and what to expect as a student at BTC! 

Explore Our Programs

The first step in enrolling for classes at Boardman Training Center is to research the programs we offer and determine which best fits your individual goals. To make this decision easier, you can ask yourself the following questions: 

  • Do I want to work with patients directly? 
  • What healthcare environment do I see myself working in?
  • What specific skills do I want to learn?

Students interested in working directly with patients of all ages in a medical facility and learning blood drawing skills should consider entering the BTC Phlebotomy Technician program. As a phlebotomy technician, your duties can include collecting medical specimens to help doctors gain insight into a patient’s health, proper maintenance of equipment, comforting patients through uncomfortable blood draw procedures, and more. Your training at BTC will equip you with the knowledge of proper specimen collection, skin puncture techniques, and basic phlebotomy skills. At the end of the program, you will be prepared to sit for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)* exam. 

For students who are better equipped to perform other types of testing while still having a direct-patient care role, attending the EKG Technician program may be a better choice. Electrocardiograph technicians play a key role in identifying potential heart conditions. As a BTC EKG Technician training program student, you can expect to learn things like using a heart monitor, distinguishing between basic dysrhythmias, and more. At the end of the program, students will be prepared to sit for the Certified EKG Technician (CET)* exam.

For students who want to learn a combination of both phlebotomy and EKG skills, the BTC Cardio Phlebotomy program may be the perfect fit. As a cardio phlebotomy technician, you will possess various skills that allow you to work directly with patients and help the medical team provide the patient with excellent care. This comprehensive program teaches students skills, including performing EKGs, drawing blood, venipuncture techniques, controlling infections, and practicing fundamental patient care. At the end of this program, students will be prepared to sit for two National Healthcareer Association certification exams: Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)* and Certified EKG Technician (CET)* exams.

Meet Your Academic Team

Throughout your journey at Boardman Training Center, a team of experienced faculty, staff, and instructors will support you. The first friendly face you will meet is your admissions team member, Jennifer Fellows. They will give you detailed information about your program of choice, help guide you through the enrollment process, help you set up a comfortable payment plan, and can assist you along the way to completing your program. 

In your time as a student, you can expect to develop close relationships with your instructors and fellow students. Because of the small class sizes at Boardman Training Center, you will have personalized, one-on-one attention from instructors to ensure you learn the material in the best way for you. In addition, developing personal and professional relationships with other students allows you to have a strong support network during school and beyond.

As a Boardman Training Center student, you will also meet the Campus Director, Sandy Poynter, who will be there to answer any questions or concerns about your education experience. Every person on the Boardman Training Center team is in your corner from day one!

Enroll In Classes

The final step in jump-starting your healthcare career is to register for classes at Boardman Training Center. Your admissions team member will guide you through the admissions process and help you register for the courses you need throughout your time at BTC. 

You can get started on the road to a better future by contacting the Boardman Training Center admissions team by calling 330-729-9244 or Requesting Information today!

*Certification is contingent on passing the corresponding certification exam.