• Health Professions

     
    The Health Professions program offers students the opportunity to explore and prepare for careers in the medical field. Students can gain hands-on experience and prepare for national certifications while gaining skills in certified nursing assistant, emergency medical technician, pharmacy technician, physical therapy aide, or sports medicine. 
     
     

    Health Professions Education

     
    Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I * 
    Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I Curriculum 
     
    Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professionals
    Anatomy and Physiology for Health Professionals Curriculum
     
    Medical Terminology for Health Professionals
    Dual Credit Option 
    Medical Terminology for Health Professionals Curriculum   
     
    Personal Training
     
    Physical Therapy Aide
    Physical Therapy Aide Curriculum  
     

    Certified Nursing Assistant Pathway

     
    Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I *    
     
    Medical Terminology for Health Professionals  recommended
     
    Health Professions CNA II
     
      

    Emergency Medical Technician Pathway

     
    Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I *   OR Fire Service I  
     
    Medical Terminology for Health Professionals  recommended
     
    EMT Basic
     
     

    Pharamacy Technician Pathway

     
    Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I *   OR Fire Service I  
     
    Medical Terminology for Health Professionals  recommended
     
    Pharmacy Technician  
    Pharmacy Technician Curriculum [PassAssured Pharmacy Technician Training Program]
     
    An overview of the Pass Assured Pharmacy Technician Training Program can be found on the PassAssured website. WASD purchases the curriculum to be available for our students through our Certified Pharmacy Technician teacher. 
     
     

    Sports Medicine Pathway

     
    Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I * 
     
    Sports Medicine II  
    Dual Credit Option 
     
     
    *Health Professions I/Sports Medicine I A&B (full year course) and passing the Health EOC will satisfy the health education graduation requirement.