The state of Georgia requires a Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) to be licensed in order to obtain employment and the certifying agency, (ASCP), only recognizes accredited institutions. Clinical Skills Training Center’s Medical Laboratory Technician program is not accredited and, therefore, cannot lead to a graduate obtaining a license.
Associate of Applied Science - Medical Laboratory Technician Program
Upon completion of the objectives, the student will be prepared to do the following:
- Perform medical laboratory procedures under the supervision of a qualified pathologist and/or clinical laboratory scientist.
- Analyze body fluids.
- Identify blood group systems.
- Understand enzymes in the human body.
Clinical Skills Training Center’s Medical Laboratory Technician Program uses the following criteria as outcome measures of the effectiveness of the program.
I. Sixty (60) percent of those entering the certificate program will graduate from the program.
II. Sixty (60) percent of graduates will find positive placement in employment.
III. One hundred (100) percent of all certificate graduates will sit for a certification exam.
IV. Sixty (60) percent of all graduates will become credentialed.
V. Eighty (80) percent of graduate survey responders will “Strongly Agree” or “Agree” when asked to rate the overall quality of their preparation.
VI. Eighty (80) percent of employers will “Strongly Agree” or “Agree” when asked “Overall, this graduate is a well-prepared employee.”
VII. Ninety (90) percent of students completing the program will Strongly Agree or Agree that the overall quality of the resources supporting the program are adequate.