Health Occupations Teacher Education

A health occupations teacher education program could be a good fit for those seeking careers as health educators and might appeal to those who are already practicing in the healthcare field. Read on to learn about programs in this field of study.

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Health occupations teacher education programs are designed for individuals who are interested in becoming skilled at training medical professionals, such as clinical practitioners, medical or dental assistants, emergency medical technicians, nurses, lab technicians and other allied health professionals. Commonly, aspiring health occupations teachers will have already earned education and professional experience in a healthcare field.

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Programs are available through non-credit training as well as certificate, bachelor's degree and master's degree programs. Curricula can cover technical aspects of specific healthcare areas as well as concepts that qualify students to become qualified teachers. Education students can master subjects like anatomy, physiology and laboratory safety, as well as methods of instruction and curriculum. Individuals interested in teaching at the postsecondary level often need a graduate degree. Click through these Study.com pages for examples of degrees related to this field.

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