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Training for Healthcare Professionals

The Healthcare Training Network offers high-quality healthcare training programs that align with the current needs of our state. Whether you are looking for a career change, seeking new employees or training your existing staff, Minnesota State is your partner for all of your healthcare training needs.

Get Started in Healthcare

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Are you considering a career in healthcare, but are unsure where to start? Learn about three easy ways you can quickly start your healthcare career.

 

Courses 

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Learn about the types of healthcare training courses we offer.

 

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Search and register for non-credit training online.

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Contact Us

Toll-free: 833-905-WORK

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We offer certification preparation and tests for many health care careers. View the types of courses we offer. Or search our open enrollment options to find the training you are looking for.

Job Seekers and Health Care Professionals

Depending upon your circumstances, there may be state or federal funds that can help you gain the skills you need to find a job and advance your career (example: money to help people who were laid off from work, services for people with disabilities, etc.). Contact a CareerForce representative to see if you qualify for the programs below or other assistance:

  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
    WIOA helps pay for training to give workers a chance to learn the skills and knowledge needed to compete in the new economy. If you are eligible for the WIOA program, look for courses marked "W-E" in the course title. These courses have been certified as eligible for WIOA funding.
  • Dislocated Worker Funds
    If you were laid off (or notified that a layoff is coming) through no fault of your own, you might be eligible for career development, job search, and other services.

Some employers offer education assistance. Contact your supervisor or human resources representative to ask about tuition reimbursement or other benefits available to you.

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