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Sutter One Stop

Training

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Sutter County One Stop is dedicated to helping people develop skills and knowledge to pursue opportunities in many of today's promising career fields. If you are would like to gain new skills or improve your existing skills, many types of training programs are available to fit your needs through public schools, private schools and government supported programs. In a short time, you can be on your way to a new career.

Don’t worry if you are unsure what career would be a good fit for your skills, interests and abilities, we have assessments you can take to help narrow down your options. If you have a training in mind, but you do not know who offers the program, we can help you explore the resources available to you.

In fact, we even offer a variety health career courses onsite. You can select the program that best suits your schedule and time frame. We offer classes during the day, evening and part-time. Today's job market demands capable, business-savvy individuals who exhibit proficiency in a range of business applications and, above all, professionalism. Emphasis is placed on helping you begin to develop skills and knowledge in technical areas that can have practical value in the workplace.

Courses include: Basic Patient Care (CNA), Medical Assistant, Vocational Nursing, Phlebotomy Technician I, Anatomy & Physiology, EKG Monitor Technician, IV Therapy & Blood Withdrawal and Medical Terminology. 

Watch our Health Careers Information video. After you have watched the video, please call 530-822-5120 if you have questions and for more information regarding assessment test dates. 
*If you need to brush up on your reading and math skills, please visit the Khan Academy website.

For a complete description of each class offered through the Sutter County One Stop, please view our catalog

Financial Assistance
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) assistance is available for some training programs. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements. In addition to financial assistance, WIOA also assists with employment opportunities after the training is completed. For more information, please call (530) 822-5120.