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Free Patient Care Technician Training in Kansas

We have listed below training providers that can provide students with places to receive free patient care technician training classes in Kansas.  Individuals will need to contact the training providers for more information about the financial aid services they offer.  It is possible for students to receive enough funding to get the PCT training for free through different programs such as the Displaced Homemakers Program, and The Kansas Workforce Investment act.  Other financial aid opportunities may also be available for students at the schools. 

The Kansas Workforce Investment Act Assist those in reaching economic self-reliance through employment and educational training. To see if you qualify for funding to pay for your patient care technician training through the WIA you will need to contact the educational providers below directly. 

The training programs in Kansas may include comprehensive lecture, laboratory and clinical performance which will prepares students to seek  employment as a diversified and multi skilled patient care tech.

Workforce Investment Act  Approved Training Centers in Kansas

WSU Campus of Applied Sciences and Technology
Southside Center
4501 E. 47th Street South
Wichita, KS 67210

The Patient Care Technician Program prepares graduates to assist doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals in providing patient care in a variety of healthcare environments. The classroom and clinical experiences support industry’s need for healthcare professionals who are proficient in a variety of direct patient care areas. As a result, graduates of the program have the opportunity to take certification exams in multiple direct patient care areas including certified nurse aide, home health aide, electrocardiograms, phlebotomy and medication aide.