Academic Support & Workshops
Academic Support Materials
Because math and science are foundational skills for almost every healthcare education program, the Training Fund offers extra resources to set you up for success when taking pre-college through college-level math and science courses.
These materials include course-specific study guides and placement test practice resources.
Request academic support materials.
Nursing School Entrance Test Review Workshop
Prepare for the TEAS test with the Training Fund!
If you need to take the TEAS test to apply to nursing school be sure to attend a Training Fund TEAS test workshop. Attendees have raised their TEAS scores by more than 20 points by participating in our review workshop! The workshop is FREE for training fund members.
How it works:
Attend a 5 hour in-person TEAS test review workshop and receive a comprehensive ATI TEAS Study Manual as well as an online access code to the ATI website to complete a TEAS practice test (online practice test can be taken twice).
Please see our 2018 TEAS prep workshop dates by clicking here!
Not a Training Fund member?
If you are not eligible for Training Fund benefits, you will need a credit card to pay. We will contact you via phone or email to complete the transaction after you complete the registration form. Non-member cost is $150.
There will be no refunds for cancellations made less than one week prior to the workshop date. However, refund will be provided if the class is cancelled by the Training Fund for any reason. Good luck on your TEAS!
Call the Training Fund office with any questions: (425) 255-0315.
Tip Sheets for Math and Science Classes
We have created tip sheets for some of our most popular classes. Each provides an overview of the course, what to expect in class, and resources for learning more.
We encourage you to review the tip sheet before you sign up for the class. Aimee has to fix links
Basic Math (often called Math 081)
Algebra I (often called Math 084)
Algebra II (often called Math 085)
Intermediate Algebra (often called Math 098)
Math 107 (often called Math in Society)
Statistics (often called Math 146)
General Biology (often called Bio 160)
Anatomy & Physiology I & II (often called Bio 241 & 242)
Microbiology (often called Bio 260)
General Chemistry (often called Chem 120 & 121)
Chemistry 131 (Intro to Organic and Biochemistry)
ELL and Basic Computer Classes
Do you want to improve your English and computer skills?
The Training Fund can help you to:
Improve your English
Learn email and internet skills
Do health and wellness surveys for work
Practice professional communication
Get your English ready for programs, like to be a CNA
The Training Fund offers ways to learn English and computers:
Learn at the hospital work-site
Take a college ESL class
Learn with your work department
Learn in your cell phone (coming soon)
Learn at your work-site
Meet with a tutor for free at work, before or after your shift. The Training Fund will learn what time works for you. Your tutor will learn about your English and computer skills. We can help you build your skills and reach your goals. Call Destiny at (206) 321-1874 and say: “I want to learn computers and English at my work.”
Learn with college ESL classes
Take an ESL class for free at the community college by your home or your work. The Training Fund can pay your fees for classes and school books you need. Apply to the Training Fund online, or call Destiny at (206) 321-1874 and say: “I want to learn English at the community college.”
Learn with your work department
Sometimes there are changes at work with computer programs or work responsibilities. Everyone will need to learn new ways to use the computer, or learn English reading and writing skills. If you hear about an opportunity for the Training Fund to support, please contact Destiny at (206) 321-1874.
We are here to help you learn!
Training Fund ELL and basic computer classes are offered onsite at our various employer locations in partnership with Literacy Source to support members who want to improve their English and/or basic computer skills.
Contact the Training Fund to arrange for classes at your worksite! Email .
Training Fund Career and Education Navigators work to transition interested students to I-BEST (Intergrated Basic Education and Skills Training) or other formal ELL classes offered through the community college system in order to help members reach their long-term goals.
Watch Seattle Central College’s I-Best video
Questions? Contact Destiny Williams
Adult Education Lead