The College of Health Care Professions is an accredited institution, and is dedicated to providing you with quality training in the allied health care fields. As a CHCP student, you will attain knowledge and proficiency through demonstration, actual operation of equipment and practice of learned techniques. Our aim is to provide students with the knowledge and technical proficiency that will make them employable for entry-level positions in the allied health care field, while supporting their continued career path goals. CHCP is proud to be accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
CHCP Mission Objectives
- To empower graduates with excellent skills and training to be the best allied health care professionals they can be.
- To provide a faculty qualified by education, experience, continuing education and ongoing professional development in the medical or allied health care field(s) that they are assigned to teach.
- To fully prepare students for entry-level employment in their selected allied health care field.
- To enable student acquisition of knowledge through lecture, examinations and evaluations.
- To ensure student acquisition of competency-based clinical skills through laboratory training within the institution and clinical training utilizing externship facilities.
- To prepare students to take the appropriate certification/licensure examinations for their chosen allied health care career.
- To assist students in gaining workplace and life skills, study techniques, test taking techniques and in the effective utilization of CHCP's student resource center(s).
- To guide and prepare students for their job search by providing opportunities to learn interviewing techniques, develop electronic communications and prepare a professional resume.
In addition to being an ABHES accredited institution, The College of Health Care Professions is:
- Approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission's Career Schools and Colleges Division
- Authorized by the United States Department of Education for participation in certain Title IV HEA programs (Pell Grant and Federal Direct Student and Parent Loan Programs)
- Regulated by the Texas Department of State Health Services for the LMRT and Massage Programs
- An approved vendor of the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
- A provider of educational training services for the Workforce Investment Act
- Approved by the Texas Veterans Commission to train eligible veterans under Title 38