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Patient Care Technician (PCT) Certificate

Patient Care Technicians (PCTs) work in hospitals, rehabilitation and long-term care facilities, assisted-living and nursing homes. They provide safe and appropriate basic patient care, as delegated by a licensed nurse, to assist patients in achieving established outcomes.

The total cost of CT Statewide Healthcare Industry Pathway project (CT SHIP) is $6.9M.  $3.4M (49%) is funded through a U.S. Department of Labor – Employment and Training Administration grant and another $3.5M (51%) is committed through non-federal state and local resources.

USDOL funding is available for eligible students in this program. For more information, please contact Continuing Education at (203) 285-2300 or contact us Workforce Development & Continuing Education.

The following three training courses make up the PCT training program.


12 Sessions | CRN 81713 Monday through Thursday, March 4 - 21 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM - HYBR $999 Moniek Vazquez-Ferneini


13 Sessions | CRN 80626 Monday through Thursday, October 16 - November 7 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM - N003 - TRAD $1250


32 Sessions | CRN 81720 Clinical: Monday through Thursday, April 22 - June 20 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM - TRAD $2499 Catherine Derose

Dates: 03/04/2024


Note: U-Pass available upon request.