Clinical Medical Assistant Diploma
4 Payments of $701.88 every 4 weeks (includes interest)
Clinical Medical Assistant Certification (No Phlebotomy)
4 Payments of 638.07 every 4 weeks (includes interest)
Phlebotomy / Medical Billing & Coding / NAI / NAII
$250 down each and the remaining fee due 2 weeks later (includes interest)
Medical Billing and Coding $262.53
Nurse Aide I $211.28
Nurse Aide II $262.53
Phlebotomy and EKG Combo Class
$250 down and payments of $220.29 every 2 weeks (includes interest)
Administrative Medical Assistant Diploma
3 payments of $423.63 every 4 weeks (includes interest)
All payment plans require a $25 payment plan application fee
Must have a current checking account and credit card.
*Must fill out the application in person with valid ID.
Payment Plans not available for Nurse Aide Refresher, Medication Aide, EKG Tech, or Administrative Medical Assistant
IN HOUSE FINANCING OPTIONS.
Financial Assistance Options:
The following options may be available to assist you financially:
1. Career School Loan. A trade school loan from AMS Financial or OneMain is an excellent solution for those looking to finance their education. Whatever your financial situation, AMS can provide you with a trade school loan to best suits your needs. No need to worry if you are on a low income, or have bad credit, they still can help. Their loans are competitive and affordable, and in most cases they can provide 30 second approvals and transfer money into the borrowers account within 7 business days or less. Click on the AMS Financial banner to the right or the OneMain link to start the loan application process or to learn more about their loan solutions.
2. Personal loan through a bank or credit union. Visit your local bank to find out if you qualify for a personal loan to use towards your education. If you do not have strong credit, or if you do not have any credit at all, you may need to find someone who does to act as a co-signer to help you with the loan.
3. Vocational Rehabilitation. If you have a disability and your disability has created difficulties with you preparing for a job, securing a job or keeping a job, you may be eligible for services with Voc Rehab. Your counselor will determine which work opportunities are best for you and may be able to assist you with job training such as the NAI program.
4. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) / NC Works. – This employment and training program is funded by the US Dept of Labor to help dislocated workers and other eligible adults access the tools they need to manage their careers through information and high quality services. WIOA Employment Counselors may provide various services to you including occupational skills training (such as the NAI program). You may be eligible for WIOA if you have been recently laid off or terminated, you are unemployed, you are collecting food stamps or TANF, you are employed and your income is below the self-sufficiency guideline, you are a displaced homemaker, you are homeless or you are an individual with a disability. For more information on the WIOA and to find the office closest to you visit www.ncworks.gov
5. Employer Sponsorship. We are seeing more and more employers, especially those in the healthcare field, sponsoring their employees to take one of our healthcare training programs with us. If you currently work for a facility that hires the various healthcare assistants, talk to your HR Director or Administrator about the possibility of them assisting you with your education.
6. Clergy Sponsorship. Check with your personal clergy to see if there are options available to you for tuition assistance
7. MyCAA Scholarship. This scholarship is provided to qualified military spouses. Create an account with Military One Source to see if you are qualified.
8. In-House Financing. Some courses are eligible for in-house financing. It requires a checking account and a valid credit card (must be from separate accounts). See below for approved programs and payment amounts. Requires a $25 application fee..