Interested in enrolling in our Adult Career Training Program?

Our tuition-free programs offer you a pathway to a new, living-wage career with growth opportunities in high-demand field. WMCAT’s Adult Career Training provides quality instruction, leadership development, student support, and externship experiences with employers.

Career pathways include medical billing, medical coding, pharmacy technician, and computer user support.

Information Technology Career Pathway

A new offering at WMCAT, training in computer user support prepares students for national certification exams and employment in IT help desk positions.

Enrollment begins late 2021 with classes held in spring 2022. More information will be
available soon. Please fill out the form below to express interest in enrollment, and to be contacted when the process opens.

Questions? Please contact Renida Clark at renida.clark@wmcat.org.

Healthcare Career Pathway

Training in medical billing, medical coding, or pharmacy technician prepares students for national certification exams and employment in various healthcare settings.

Enrollment for the 2021-2022 program year is now closed. The process will reopen in February 2022, for classes starting in September 2022. Please fill out the form below to express interest in enrollment, and to be contacted when the process reopens.

Questions? Please contact Andrea Owens at andrea.owens@wmcat.org.

Read more about the healthcare career training schedule, eligibility, and enrollment process below.

Program Hours

Classes are held between:

September – June
Monday – Thursday
8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Program schedule and hours are subject to change for future program years.

Application Period

February – May
Applications for priority enrollment

June – Mid July
Applications for late enrollment

Learn more about the three-step enrollment process below.

Eligibility Requirements

Have a high school diploma or GED
Live in Kent County
Have no record of a felony*
Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the start of the program*
Be experiencing unemployment or underemployment**

*This is a requirement from employers to work in the careers for which we train.

**Working part-time, multiple part-time jobs, or in a job where potential or skills are not fully utilized.

The enrollment process for healthcare career training includes three steps:

Attend an Information Session

Information sessions begin in February of each year. They provide an overview of our programs, help you consider if WMCAT is right for you, and answer specific questions on eligibility and schedule.

Take the TABE Readiness Assessment

This assessment helps to determine your current skills and knowledge in reading and math. TABE requirements must be met to move forward to the next step. You will register to take the TABE assessment after attending an information session.

Interview with Program Staff

In this conversation, program staff will ask questions to learn more about you. You also will have the opportunity to ask questions to determine if WMCAT is right for you. Program staff will schedule the conversation with you after receiving your TABE results.