Beacon's online, self-paced program can help students prepare for industry-standard from home. Geared toward building foundational skills, you’ll cover courses from an Introduction to industry-standards to build your knowledge in the field.
As the Healthcare industry grows and improves, we also enhance our training methodologies and approach in order for you to achieve excellence in the medical field. We have been helping students change their lives since 2011.
Our vision is to provide every individual who has the passion and drives with employment-focused career training. Beacon Hill career training is designed to be affordable, flexible, and results-oriented.
We focus on you learning the skills required to be ready for a career opportunity in the healthcare field. Currently, the demand for healthcare professionals is growing rapidly.
Our training programs can be completed at your own pace giving you an opportunity to get your career started quickly. Beacon Hill is here to help you reach your goals for a new future filled with professional satisfaction and rewards.
We are ready to serve you by making your dreams a reality and helping you reach your career goals.
Home Health Aide & In-service Class
Medication Technician(35) 4.9 average rating32 Lessons $80.00
Behavioral Health Technician(12) 5.0 average rating54 Lessons $400.00
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA13 Lessons $600.00
Peer Specialist71 Lessons $495.00
Crisis Prevention Intervention13 Lessons $89.00
In-Services / CEU(4) 5.0 average rating45 Lessons $70.00
First Aid Trianing42 Lessons $19.95
CE Provider # : 50-17090
Florida Certification Board Provider # 5237-A
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How long do I have to complete the course?
Will I receive a certificate?
Yes, once you complete the course. The student has to pass all quizzes and final exams to receive a certification.
Receive your certificate in your email within a few hours of the course completion.
You can print your certificate at the end of your course.
You will also receive a hard copy in the mail within 2 weeks.
Where can I work as a Med tech?
Medication Aides can find employment at nursing homes, assisted livings, home health care, regional jails, detox, sober homes, and IOP facilities.
Where can I work as a Behavioral Health Tech?
Work in rehabilitation facilities, correctional, schools, IOP, Detox, Sober House, psychiatric ward, hospitals and more
Where can I work as a Home Health Aide (HHA)?
Most aides work in a client's home; others work in small group homes or larger care communities.
Where can I work as a Peer Specialists?
Peer support specialists hold positions in a wide range of working environments all over the United States.
Specialists are commonly employed by:
Outpatient counseling clinics
Hospitals or wellness centers
Can I use the licensing and/or certification in another state?
Professional licensing/certification information:
Licensing and/or certification requirements for jobs in this field are not the same in every state and may include educational, testing, and/or experiential requirements beyond those offered in the Beacon Career Training program. Prospective students should contact the state professional licensing board or similar regulatory body in the state(s) where they plan to work to determine their requirements before enrolling in this program. For contact information for state licensing/regulatory boards and certain industry licensing information.
What Is a Career Diploma?
Career diplomas are awarded for completing postsecondary vocational or technical training programs. Career diploma programs focus on providing specific education for job opportunities or advancement. Completing a diploma program may be formally required for employment or professional licensure, or it may be an optional way to acquire and demonstrate professional skills. Schools may refer to a career diploma as a certificate of completion or achievement.
Career diploma programs are typically shorter than degree programs, and you can usually complete most in a few months, though some may be only a few weeks. Many programs are structured so that you can continue working while pursuing an education. Most career diploma programs combine traditional classroom learning with hands-on training to practice skills. Some programs include work experience opportunities and job placement assistance.
Not all careers in health care require an advanced degree. You can gain medical and dental assistant or home health aide, resident aide, pharmacy technician, and phlebotomy training through career diploma programs that provide the required education for professional licensure in these fields. You can also pursue optional career training in clerical and administrative aspects of health care with health care office management, billing, and coding career diploma programs.
How do I contact the school?
Mon-Thurs 10 am- 7 pm
Fri. 10 am – 4 pm