Health Professions and Related Programs at Erwin Technical College: Overview

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At the Erwin Technical College through Health Professions and Related Programs program you can complete degrees of such award levels: Award of less than 1 academic year, Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years. The classes of this program will be conducted at 2010 E. Hillsborough Avenue.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 388 or more and 13.1% of students are men. 0.8% of students studying the Health Professions and Related Programs program are non-residents of the United States.

Academic/career counselling and employment services provided for students. 84% of students get financial aid.

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Great school. Since it’s a jr school my time there was short before we moved but they have very great professors and you really learn skills that can help in the working field.

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I loved going here and wish that I was able to re enroll here, but By the time I move back to NC, I’ll be an hour away. I’ve had very nice instructors. Especially when i was in the CNA program. My only issue with them was for the two years I had been there, I had roughly 7 advisors. The first time I enrolled I was set to be a PA. After the first semester I decided on the ADN program. My advisor didn’t set up my plan right and had me for AA (nothing wrong with that but adds extra classes that Are not required for ADN). Then After 2 tries I finally got them to change it to ADN like it was supposed to be. One of my advisor’s though ( I won’t say her name to respect her privacy) screwed me over big time. I had asked if DCCC had microbiology that I could take (as I was moving to CA to be with my husband who is in the military) and she said no. I needed that classes so I could jump into the nursing program in CA. Come to find out after the semester was over, my friend told me she was in micro and that they had always had it and that she didn’t understand why she lied about it. Luckily she was fired. That was my only issues with this school. Other than that, I loved it!

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The teacher Ms.Kennedy in the Cosmetology department is very rude to clients. She is plain rude to the Students failing students for petty items.. such as a baggy that has wrinkles in it. She should retire and needs to find another job elsewhere. Wonder if she has a job outside of this college.. i sure hope not ...

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I did my CNA class here. I have never been treated like such a juvenile! From orientation where the presenter threatened to confiscate the phones of grownups, to the way office staff talked to me. The major insult was the way we were treated in class, like they didn't trust us. I know dress code is important but still: Our instructor forced us to show her our underwear in preparation for clinicals to make sure they were skin tone. As in WE HAD TO LOWER OUR PANTS SLIGHTLY TO SHOW OUR INSTRUCTOR. I protested as this violated my personal convictions of modesty and was told I would do it or not be able to do clinicals, ie fail the class. When I went to the office about it I was written off completely. I'm not going to be the one to sue but I certainly hope DCCC is ready for that if they continue to let their teachers engage in such inappropriate behavior.

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The MSF course here is pretty crappy. The instructor Dom kinda had a chip on his shoulder the entire time with hardly any personality. The motorcycles are literally falling apart or hardly running from poor maintenance. If it wasn’t the cheapest MSF course I could find I wouldn’t have taken it there. I passed the class which is all I care about but there needs to be updates to their motorcycle inventory.

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Address: 2010 E. Hillsborough Avenue

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General Phone Number: +8137695180

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