ABES College offers industry-leading education for careers in healthcare. We’re pleased to be able to deliver our programs through a virtual classroom so that students can build a meaningful career through the ongoing challenges of Covid-19.
Community Support Worker: All Your Questions Answered A career as a support worker gives you the opportunity to work with individuals from all walks of life. In each case, you’ll be the one to offer them support, a chance to air their problems and feel understood, and the joy of seeing their lives genuinely improve. On your way there, you’ll … Read More
Dental Office Administration May Just Be The Career For You Are you considering career options and ready to try something new? Maybe you are looking to level up your job opportunities but do not want to invest too much time and money into a long program of study. There are other options available, and if you haven’t considered dental office … Read More
Imagine this… You graduated from your Health Care Aide program, and you’ve just received a job offer to work as a home care aide. You accept the job offer and get excited to start a new career. Maybe you get a little nervous too. Starting a new job can be stressful, but don’t worry. You are going to do great. … Read More
Have you ever thought about working in health care? It’s one of the most in-demand careers right now and it’s a fantastic way to make a positive difference. And if you like helping people, there is one position that you might be perfect for: a Health Care Aide. What do Health Care Aides do? Health Care Aides provide care and … Read More
We know you work hard to support your family, and you’re good at it. But you know what else? You deserve to be happy too. You deserve the opportunity to be successful and make a positive difference in the world. If you’re tired of bouncing from one low paying, unsatisfying job to the next, consider becoming a health care aide. … Read More
We’re all taught from childhood that it’s important to be kind to others. We even call it “the golden rule” – treat others as you would like to be treated. When you get into your elder years, how would you like to be treated? Chances are, you’d like to have your basic needs, like housing, mobility, hygiene, nutrition, and socialization … Read More