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OAKLAND, CA, January 07, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- American Health Education (AHE) is kicking off 2018 with its first open house event, taking place on Tuesday, January 16, from 6-8 p.m. The open house is the opportunity for the community to visit the school and learn how to launch or jumpstart a career in healthcare and emergency services.
Guest will have the opportunity to tour the facility, talk to program instructors and registration staff, and hear an overview of the 2018 school programs, which include Basic-Initial EMT training, continuing education (CE) courses, California State Fire training, and American Heart Association classes.
Stay for a snack and make sure to enter the raffle! AHE will be raffling off discounts on classes and more. Additionally, there will be ambulance demonstrations for those interested in the EMT training program.
Ready to take your career in a new direction in 2018? Grab a friend and check out the event! AHE offers programs for enter-level positions, as well as those looking to increase their knowledge and grow their careers.
"This is a great opportunity for those who have been considering one of our programs to get a closer look at our facility and our instructors. We are confident that we can help you find the right program to fit your interests and professional journey," says Yvette Surendran, Program Director at American Health Education.
The school is conveniently located off highway 580 in Dublin, at 6761 Sierra Court, Suite G. More information on the open house can be found online here.
American Health Education is dedicated to providing high-quality, hands-on training to those who wish to start or advance their healthcare careers. The school offers a variety of weekday and weekend courses in emergency services, continuing nurse education, and fire officer advancement.
AHE is committed to preparing its students with the knowledge, skills and competencies necessary to excel in their field, and is proud of its graduates who go on to save lives and serve in their communities.
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