Carrus Introduces Accelerated Training Programs to Help Healthcare Learners Return to Work

COVID-19 has taken a toll on all of us. It hit hard and fast, upending daily life in ways we’ve only read about in books and seen in movies. The economic impact alone has resulted in countless furloughs, layoffs, and pay cuts. In fact, 38.6 million people have filed for unemployment since March. That’s a big number.

And while layoffs are (mostly) out of our control, there’s a bright side: the healthcare industry needs skilled workers—and with the right training, you could find yourself starting a new, exciting career with the potential for incredible growth.

If you’re looking to improve your marketability, learn new skills, or just get your foot in the door, CareerStep’s new Accelerated Training Programs are a great way to get fully trained and back to work in as little as 1 to 3 months. 

Want more info? Our latest press release has all the specifics.

LEHI, Utah — July 15, 2020 — Carrus, one of the nation’s most trusted online healthcare training and professional development providers, today announced the availability of new programs designed to help furloughed healthcare workers and others return to work quickly. The programs also enable hospitals and health systems to provide expanded skills training to their employees. These accelerated programs are available through CareerStep, the Allied Health training division of Carrus. 

“Helping people improve their lives and get back to work quickly is a driving principle at Carrus, and we are honored to be a part of each person’s story as they gain new skills that are in demand for high-growth healthcare careers,” said Misty Frost, CEO of Carrus. “In parallel, hospitals and health systems rely on Carrus to develop their workforce. When healthcare employers give their employees the chance to gain new skills, they are able to retain staff, meet critical needs, and support improved patient outcomes.” 

Designed to help learners enter or expand their healthcare careers, these new programs include accelerated training for in-demand roles, including Contact Tracing & Infection Control, EKG Technician, (Hemo)Dialysis Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician. Students can complete coursework in as little as one to three months. When healthcare learners complete these programs, they can continue learning through CareerStep’s extensive online training and certificate programs, gaining skills to help them further their careers. 

CareerStep online certificate programs are designed to prepare learners for a career in healthcare, administration, or technology. When offered as professional development, they offer hospitals and health systems the change to retrain and retain their employees. Online training programs allow learners the ability to access courses in their own time. 

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One thought on “Carrus Introduces Accelerated Training Programs to Help Healthcare Learners Return to Work

  1. Ashley B says:

    When the pandemic peaked, our company moved to remote work, but now we’re back in the office. I liked working remotely.No, I don’t want another corona outbreak but I’d like to keep working from home. I honestly don’t know why we don’t do that often: our company has everything it needs to operate remotely: video calls, activity tracking, … I understand that others may not be too keen on it because of home distractions, but it’s an ideal choice for me.

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