CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE
MATH, SCIENCE & HEALTH CAREERS
Multi-Skilled Technician Certificate (MST-CA)
Once you have clicked the link below, go to page 144 to view the Multi-Skilled Technician curriculum.
The Multi-Skilled Technician Certificate of Achievement program offers to expand the knowledge and skills of the Certified Nurse Aide, and increase marketability to work in acute, long term and home care settings. Additional skills in the art of Basic Phlebotomy Techniques, Electrocardiography, Basic Life Support, Basic Skills for Healthcare Professionals and knowledge for Homemaker Home Health Aide (HHHA) practice and Medical Terminology are included. Upon completion of the HHHA course, students are eligible to apply for certification with the New Jersey Board of Nursing.
This 14 credit program may be completed within 1 semester if a student is already CNA certified and course sections are available. Some courses are transferable to the Practical Nursing certificate program.
(Prospective students must bring an official high school transcript to the Allied Health & Pre-Nursing Dept. in order to register for selective courses).
At the end of this program the student will be able to:
Special Program Requirements
- Differentiate the practices of the licensed and unlicensed allied health personnel in health and home care settings
- Demonstrate the expanded roles of the Multi-Skilled Technician
Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program the graduate will be able to:
- Describe the various roles of the Multi-Skilled Technician
- Demonstrate proficiency in the skills utilized in practice as a Multi-Skilled Technician
- Demonstrate interpersonal behaviors supportive of the development and maintenance of safe, respectful, ethical and culturally sensitive peer & patient relationships.
- Official High School transcript or GED
- College Placement Tests
- Certified Nurse Aides (must show proof of continuous experience as a CNA throughout the last six months
prior to starting the program (a letter from the employer is required).
- Program director’s approval is required for registration
Program completion can lead to the following employment opportunities
- Acute care
- Long-term care
- Residential care
- Private home care
- Rehabilitation care
- Doctor’s offices
Robynn Anwar, Coordinator
Camden County College,
Allied Health & Pre-Nursing Department
200 College Drive
Blackwood, NJ 08012
This program is also opened to prospective PN and current CNA students.