If you enjoy working and assisting in a medical atmosphere, take a look at FCC’s Limited Scope X-Ray Technician program! In as little as 11 months you can prepare for a new career that you love.
Students in the program learn about disease processes and how trauma can impact various body systems. The fundamentals of anatomy and physiology are an essential part in the program’s training with an emphasis on skeletal and respiratory systems. In addition to the conceptual understanding of the program, students also get the chance to learn basic office and administrative procedures.
At Florida Career College, we encourage our students to achieve their highest potential. We understand that each student learns and grows at their own pace. Our goal is to successfully prepare you for new career opportunities. We are the college that cares.
Whether you’re interested in a career in healthcare, computers, cosmetology or trades, FCC is here for you! With real world equipment and training facilities, students have the added advantage of gaining hands-on experience.
Our instructors are knowledgeable in their fields and dedicated to helping you succeed. Our career services department is dedicated to helping you find a job! Many of the programs can be completed in as little as 8-9 months!*
If you don't have your High School Diploma or GED, ask us about your options! As a student in one of our eligible career pathway programs, you'll have the opportunity to earn your High School Diploma while you complete your career training! Best of all, the opportunity to complete high school is available to you at no additional cost!**
Our schools are accredited and ready to get you started on your path to success.
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify!
**Not all programs are eligible.
Not all programs available at all locations. *Timing varies by program. FCC – Boynton Beach, Hialeah, Jacksonville, Lauderdale Lakes, Margate, Miami, Orlando, Pembroke Pines, Tampa, and West Palm Beach are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
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