Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Prep Workshop
The TEAS is used as part of the admission process for many Nursing and Allied Health programs in our area. As of last year, an updated version of the TEAS test is being used. Please attend the Training Funds TEAS workshop that will go over the updated TEAS test and strategies to be successful. Participants will receive a study manual, along with an online practice test code.
Saturday, Sept 16
12:30pm – 5:30pm
Training Fund Office, 3rd Floor, Suite 330, Evergreen Building
15 S. Grady Way
Renton, WA 98057
We are happy to share with you the first edition of our official newsletter, Training and Education Fund News! We hope you enjoy learning more about the Training Fund and our member benefits. Stay tuned for our next edition, coming Fall 2017!
You can use your Training Fund benefit to complete some of the most common healthcare prerequisite classes offered at NORTH SEATTLE COLLEGE, SOUTH SEATTLE COLLEGE, PIERCE COLLEGE & SPOKANE COMMUNITY COLLEGES.
These classes are available through the Training Fund’s Tuition Assistance program. The Training Fund pays the school directly so there are no up-front expenses for you.
NORTH SEATTLE COLLEGE Biology 160 (General) – Tuesdays 6:30pm-9:50pm (No prerequisite class requirement) Biology 260 (Microbiology) Saturdays 12:50pm-4:40 pm (Prerequisite: 2 college biology (Bio 241/242 or A & P I and II) and or Chemistry all with a 2.0 or better and English 101) English 101 – Tuesdays 6:00-8:50 pm (Prerequisite is placement into English 101 or English 97/98 instructor recommendation) Math (Pre-college math) – Saturdays 9am-12pm (No prerequisite) Psychology 100 – Tuesdays 6:30-9:20 pm (Prerequisite: English 101)
Classes at North Seattle College are either hybrid (class time is both on-line and in person) or completely on-line. In addition to the classes listed above, members can take any healthcare prerequisite class and have it paid for by their Training Fund Tuition Assistance benefit. For questions or help with enrollment at NORTH SEATTLE COLLEGE, please contact CHRISTY HAMMRICH, Training Fund Education and Career Navigator, at +1 (425) 205-7573 or email .
SOUTH SEATTLE COLLEGE Biology 241
Classes at South Seattle College are either hybrid (class time is both on-line and in person) or completely on-line. In addition to the classes listed above, members can take any healthcare prerequisite class and have it paid for by their Training Fund Tuition Assistance benefit. For questions or help with enrollment at SOUTH SEATTLE COLLEGE, please contact CHRISTY HAMMRICH, Training Fund Education and Career Navigator, at +1 (425) 205-7573 or email .
Take any class you need for your healthcare degree or certification! For questions or help with enrollment at PIERCE COLLEGE, please contact MACHELLE DOOLITTLE, Training Fund Education and Career Navigator, at +1 (206) 890-7601 or email .
SPOKANE COMMUNITY COLLEGES
Take any class you need for your healthcare degree or certification! Classes held at both SPOKANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE and SPOKANE FALLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE. For questions or help with enrollment at either college, please contact KORRI SHIMIZU, Training Fund Education and Career Navigator,
at +1 (206) 708-0801 or email .
PLEASE NOTE Experience with online learning and basic computer skills are recommended for some of these classes.
These special classes are part of a Training Fund HEET (Hospital Employees Education & Training) grant. Some classes have been contextualized to the healthcare setting and some have a specific tutor assigned to work with students. Each school provides a College Navigator/Success Coach whose job is to partner with you and the Training Fund to make sure you’re successful in school. In addition, a childcare stipend is available if requested.
FOR MORE INFORMATION about these classes and other educational opportunities available through the SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund, please call the Training Fund office at +1 (425) 255-0315.
Next year, the SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training and Education Fund will begin providing benefits to over 1,000 members at Deaconess and Valley Hospitals in Spokane, Washington.
On July 1, 2017, Tacoma-based MultiCare Health System officially acquired both hospitals from Community Health Systems based out of Tennessee. The Training Fund currently serves over 130 members at MultiCare’s Auburn Medical Center and Good Samaritan Hospital.
At Valley Hospital, Training Fund benefits will be available for eligible members in the Service/LPN, Professional-Technical, and RN Bargaining Units. At Deaconess Hospital, benefits will be available for eligible members of the Service/LPN and Professional-Technical Bargaining Units.
New members can access benefits starting January 1, 2018.
Kaiser Permanente of Washington recently announced a training opportunity for healthcare workers. The Suicide Prevention Online CME is a certificate program offered for 6 hours/6CEs. This training is free of charge. To learn more, please read this flyer.
Use your Training Fund benefit to complete some of the most common healthcare prerequisite classes. Prerequisite classes for Training Fund eligible healthcare workers are offered through the Training Fund’s Tuition Assistance program in partnership with Pierce College, MultiCare (Good Samaritan Hospital and Auburn Medical Center), and Group Health Cooperative. (more…)
Seattle area hospitals are now hiring Nursing Assistants!
Here’s your chance to advance your career and provide direct patient care. Move up in your healthcare career with this two quarter, part-time program.
Overview: This program prepares graduates for the Washington State Nursing Assistant certification test and for an entry-level patient-care position in the health care field. Instruction is primarily face-to-face with some online learning and assignments.
South Seattle College
2 quarters: Winter & Spring 2016
Class Schedule: Information coming soon!
Space is limited! For more information about entry requirements, contact:
Cirihn Rogers Malpocher at 425.306.5508 or via Email:
This class is offered through a Hospital Employee Education and Training Grant (HEET) and is a partnership between your employer, SEIU Healthcare 1199NW, the SEIU Healthcare 1199NW Multi-Employer Training Fund and South Seattle College.