Vincennes- The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has awarded Vincennes University an additional $540,000 to train Certified Clinical Medical Assistants (CCMA) throughout Indiana with the University’s Business & Industry Training program.
The award is an additional allocation to the University’s Next Level Jobs funding through June 30, 2023. Through Next Level Jobs, qualifying Indiana residents without a college degree receive free tuition.
“Vincennes University’s CCMA training program is a key contributor to Indiana’s economy,” VU Vice President for Workforce Development and Community Services David Tucker said. “VU’s Allied Health CCMA training prepares people for entry-level healthcare positions throughout the state through hands-on learning, lectures, and on-site clinical experiences.”
VU hosts CCMA training courses throughout Indiana, including at its campuses and sites in Vincennes, Indianapolis, Jasper, Fort Branch, Lebanon, Noblesville, Petersburg, Bedford, North Vernon, Evansville, and Corydon. Classes begin October 24 in Lebanon, Noblesville, and Petersburg.