Looking for a profession in the fast-growing healthcare industry? Then Grant is the place for you! We offer short-term classes in a variety of subjects that will allow you to obtain certification in your desired field and lead you toward the path to employment! Take a look at what we have to offer:


Phlebotomy technicians draw blood for testing in hospitals, clinical labs, doctor's offices, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. They may also explain the procedure to the patient, or reassure them if adverse reactions occur. Students will receive training with a venipuncture arm, as well as practical, live training before testing for CPT certification through a nationally recognized organization. 

Program Length: 120 hours

Gainful Employment Disclosure:
In demand occupation (Ohio Means Jobs 2019) Average Salary Range: $27,960 - $37,720
Phlebotomists: CIP Code: 51.1009 SOC Code:31-9097

*Please see below for prerequisites for entry into this program.


STNAs are in high demand! These employees may work in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or in a client's home, in addition to other medical environments. They often work under the direction of registered nurses (RNs) or licensed practical nurses.

STNAs perform such duties as: bathing patients, changing linens and gowns, helping with personal and bathroom needs, and assisting a patient with eating and drinking when needed. They also may help with transporting patients and gait instability, in addition to observing their overall well-being. Other duties may include taking, recording, and monitoring patient vital signs, and assisting nurses with wound cleaning and dressings. STNAs are not permitted to dispense medication or perform medical procedures.

Program Length: 76 hours

Ohio state licensing testing is conducted on campus soon after the program is completed. Payment options may be available.

Gainful Employment Disclosure:
In demand occupation (Ohio Means Jobs 2019)
Average Salary Range: $22,730 - $30,130
Nurse Aides: CIP code 51.3902, SOC code 31-1014


The Clinical Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare students to function as professionals in multiple healthcare settings. Medical assistants with a clinical background perform various clinical tasks including assisting with the administration of medications and with minor procedures, performing an EKG electrocardiogram, obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and other related tasks. Job opportunities are prevalent with physician’s offices, clinics, chiropractor’s offices, hospitals and outpatient facilities.

Program Length: 140 hours classroom/160 clinical hours

Gainful Employment Disclosure (Ohio Means Jobs-2019)
In-Demand Occupation -- Average Salary Range: $26,670 - $35,840
Medical/Clinical Assistant: CIP code: 51.0801 SOC code: 31-9092.00


Our program prepares students for a thriving career as a licensed practical nurse. The program focuses on foundational courses and real-world scenarios, equipping students with the skills needed to work in a hospital, physician's office, nursing home, clinic or more!

Program Highlights:

  • Complete Program in less than a year

  • Covered Topics include:

    • Adult & Child Health

    • Mother & Baby Care

    • Mental Health Concepts

    • Gerontological Nursing

Anticipated Outcomes - Upon successful completion of the program, students will be prepared to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) through the Ohio Board of Nursing to become credentialed as a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Program Length: 1400 Hours

Program Accreditation: the Ohio Board of Nursing, the Council on Occupational Education and the Ohio Department of Higher Education.

Anticipated Salary for an LPN in Ohio -$41,000 -$46,000 per year ( -- 10/19/2023)

Brown County Practical Nursing Education Program: CIP code: 51.3901

What's Next to Enroll?

Immunization/Physical Form

*The following are requirements for ALL healthcare and medical programs listed above (unless otherwise noted):

  • High School Diploma or GED except for STNA and Phlebotomy - must be at least 17.  Adult Diploma Program students are exempt from this requirement.

  • Completion of online registration form

  • A $200 deposit (non-refundable) or proof of funding from 3rd-party source in order to take WorkKeys.

  • Successful passage of WorkKeys Assessments in Workplace Documents, Graphic Literacy, and Applied Math

  • Background Check (varies by clinical site)