*/ Are you interested in a career in Information Technology? Our Network Systems Administration Program delivers our graduates the ability to establish and administer a network through installation, configuration, the securing and testing of multiple networking operating systems, and the application of research and problem problem-solving among other abilities. How does our program offer all of these benefits? These remarkable abilities are enabled by the CHCP partnership with Cisco Networking Academy to help students prepare for the Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and Cisco... Read More
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The career of a Pharmacy Technician can be quite rewarding. With employment growth up 18% by 2024 , it’s a growing and fruitful career path in the field of healthcare. The College of Health Care Professions can help you seize this opportunity. Our Pharmacy Technician Program will help you succeed in taking the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) to obtain your certification, as well as training you to excel in completing all the responsibilities a Pharmacy Technician will undertake in their career. Some of the responsibilities you will master include: communicating with customers,... Read More
Interested in becoming a Pharmacy Technician ? Check out the outlook on the future of Pharmacy Tech jobs in Texas and what you can do to be a part of the ever-growing healthcare industry in this infographic: Learn more about our Pharmacy Technician Program Offered at our South San Antonio Campus here: http://www.chcp.edu/degrees-certificates/on-campus/pharmacy-technician-programRead More
Dear Graduates; In the short amount of time you have been with The College of Health Care Professions , you learned and earned your diploma or degree. Now, you deserve to celebrate with family and friends. At this time of year, there are many other graduation ceremonies taking place all around the United States; however, your ceremony is special because it is for you ! In the coming years, I ask that you not forget your college. Keep us updated on the many achievements you will experience in your personal lives and careers. We will always take great pride in your successes. As you prepare to... Read More
Dear Graduates, Let me begin by letter to you by citing the famous Mr. Frank Sinatra : And now, the end is near And so I face the final curtain My friend, I'll say it clear I'll state my case, of which I'm certain I've lived a life that's full I've traveled each and every highway But more, much more than this I did it my way Never have these lyrics been more applicable to the situation that what you are experiencing now. A time where relief, excitement, anticipation and a strong case of the butterflies in your stomach are all mixed up and running wild through your minds it is easy to overlook... Read More
On Friday, May 12 th , in a collaborative effort, The College of Health Professions was proud to partner with Southwest General Hospital to present two Employer Partnership Scholarships. Jim Benitez, Director of Radiology for Southwest General along with San Antonio Campus President Rene Candelaria awarded 2 students from South San Antonio High School with scholarships to the College of Health Care Professions. The scholarship will allow both students the opportunity to attend the program of their choice and begin an education in the healthcare field. Southwest General Hospital and CHCP have... Read More
Starting your medical career as LVN can be exciting. However, many Licensed Vocational Nurses are looking to further their education to become an RN, as it brings more career opportunities and a higher earning potential. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that RN positions are growing “much faster than average”, at a rate of 16% from 2014 to 2024. Here at The College of Healthcare Professions, we offer an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing Program that is designed to transition LVNs to Registered Nurses in 76 Weeks . So here are 3 reasons why our LVN to RN program will advance... Read More
On Saturday, April 8 th , The College of Health Care Professions joined hundreds of racers as a sponsor & participant in the 2017 Komen San Antonio Race for the Cure ®. This has been the second year that CHCP San Antonio has participated. At the First Aid Tent, they assisted racers with pre and post-race wrapping, Kinesio Taping, blood pressure checks and assisted the ambulance service assigned to the event. There was also a sponsor tent handled by campus president, Rene Candelaria, our admission team & students. There, they educated the community about our programs and school... Read More
On Saturday, April 22 nd , The College of Health Care Professions joined over 100 local exhibitors at the When I Grow Up Expo , a day dedicated to career exploration in high-demand, high-growth industries. This is the 5 th year that the Houston Independent School District’s Career Readiness department has conducted the event to spread awareness and demonstrate skills of a variety of careers in our region including healthcare. CHCP students, faculty and staff volunteers conducted blood pressure and glucose readings on site and educated guests about the importance of preventative monitoring and... Read More
The life as a nursing student can be quite exhausting. School can take a toll on you both mentally and physically. So here are 5 tips to decrease burn-out, keep yourself focused, and on the track to success! Manage Your Time Always start your day with a to-do list. Whether it be mental or physical, take the time to make note of everything you have lined up for the day. Being organized and lining up your daily tasking is a quick and easy ways to declutter your mind and stay focused. Also be sure to make time to do the things to further you in your program such as studying. Which leads us to:... Read More