Online Career Certifications
MedCerts students exit their experience with a comprehensive, yet targeted education. Our online job certifications are considered dual or multi certification programs. Our career certifications will help you earn the credentials you need to start a new career and increase your earning potential.
Browse certifications in Healthcare
Certified Risk Coder CRC
Radiation Health and Safety, and Infection Control Exams
RBT Registered Behavioral Technician
CPC Certified Professional Coder
CPhT Certified Pharmacy Technician
CBCS Certified Billing and Coding Specialist
CMAA Certified Medical Administrative Assistant
CEHRS Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist
Browse certifications in IT
Browse certifications in Office Administration
Ready for a New Career?
Certifications are what prove to employers that you are qualified and trained in a career field. It helps you stand out during a job search and oftentimes will lead to better pay. MedCerts programs are designed to prepare and train you to take the exams needed to receive certification. Earning a certification can give you a big leg up in the job market. It’s a key item that hiring employers look for on resumes.
What is a certification?
A certification is a credential that you earn to show that you have specific skills or knowledge. They are usually tied to an occupation, technology, or industry. Certifications are usually offered by a professional organization or a company that specializes in a particular field or technology.
Why would I want a certification?
Some employers require a certification in order to apply for a job. Many people earn specialty certifications to help them advance in their careers. Some employers may also require workers to have certain certifications. This can be true especially in healthcare or financial fields.
How can I earn a certification?
Generally, you need to pass a test to earn a certification. Some organizations that offer a certification exam also provide related training. Or you may find certification preparation training at a local community college.
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How do I get started?
With online career training.
Our programs allow each student the ability to move through the training at their own pace, at the library, at work or at home. There is no more waiting for a course to be scheduled in the classroom; you can start the process today!
Online Training Certification Programs
Risk Adjustment Coder (CRC)
Professional Risk Adjustment Coder (CRC)
Behavior Technician and the Medical Office
Certifications CCSP, RBT, CMAA
Dental Assistant and Office Administration
Certifications RHS/ICE, CMAA
Behavior Technician Specialist
Healthcare Administration Professional
Certifications CMAA, CBCS, CEHRS
Allied Healthcare Professional
Certifications CMAA, CEHRS, CBCS, CPhT
Professional Coder (CPC)
Electronic Health Records Specialist
Electronic Health Records and Reimbursement Specialist
Certifications CEHRS, CBCS
Medical Front Office and Electronic Health Records
Certifications CEHRS, CMAA
Pharmacy Technician Specialist
Pharmacy Technician Professional (ASHP/ACPE)
Medication Care Coordinator (Formerly Pharmacy Technician Program)
Certifications CMAA, CPhT
Medical Front Office Administration Specialist
Medical Billing Specialist
Medical Front Office Assistant and Administration Specialist
Certifications CBCS, CMAA
Fundamentals of IT
IT Security Specialist
IT Security and Network Technician
Certifications Network+, Security+
Healthcare IT Technician
Certifications Network+, A+, CEHRS
IT Network Technician
IT Helpdesk Administrator
Certifications Network+, A+
Administrative Customer Support Specialist
Certifications CCSP, ITF
Start your enrollment
Schedule an appointment with an Education Consultant.
An Education Consultant will get you enrolled, check financial aid options, and support you with every step.
- Fully online training
- One-on-one orientation and support
- Career services
- Exam fees included
- Short-term programs
If you are a military spouse or your training is provided through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), you may be eligible for financial assistance to cover all or some of your tuition.