Cape Coral Technical College’s Practical Nursing program has been ranked as one of the top LPN programs in the state of Florida, ranking at an impressive #2!
Part Time Nursing Programs
As part of our training program, students receive real world experience under the supervision of a highly trained instructor and industry representatives, such as Optometrists, through off-campus clinical rotations and our on-site facilities.
Work in the medical field or in various business related administrative assistant positions.
MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
Pursue a career in the exciting field of dentistry! Students learn general chair-side techniques, dental lab and business office administration. Earn a state certificate in dental radiography anddental assisting expanded functions.
Develop a foundation that prepares you to be a graphic designer while exploring the principles of design, while creating independent and creative solutions to design problems.
Do you enjoy hooking up or fixing electronics? Are you a hands-on person that has a passion for electronic technology? How would you like to become a CET – Certified Electronics Technician?
Our Cosmetology course prepares you for an exciting career in the beauty industry. The program includes knowledge in Styling, Haircutting, Color, Skin and Nails.
Students learn how to configure, support, and secure internetwork devices, specifically routers and switches.
NETWORK SUPPORT SERVICES
Work alongside veterinarians performing animal care.Learn to work as part of a team, basic first aid, medical terminology, handling and restraint, animal anatomy, diseases and treatments, as well as professional and ethical standards of veterinary medicine.
Wishing our Sites Worker Ernesto Gomez the very best as he transitions to Building Supervisor at Buckingham Exceptional. We love seeing members of our team advance and achieve their goals. Always a member of the CCTC family!
Congrats to LPN student Nick Testoni on placing in the top 10 in the Medical Mathematics competition at the HOSA (Future Health Professionals) International Leadership Conference in Nashville last week. Nearly 9,000 qualifying students from around the globe competed in 84 events.