Why get certified with Umemba Health?
The Clinical Community Health Worker program includes hands-on practice, group activities, demonstrations, role-playing, case studies, and simulations. Learners will have lots of opportunities for questions and answers through interactive, thought-provoking dialogue-not just with facilitators and instructors, but also with their peers.
CCHW Core Competencies include:
- Communication Skills
- Interpersonal Skills
- Service Coordination Skills
- Capacity-Building Skills
- Advocacy Skills
- Teaching Skills
- Organizational Skills
- Knowledge-based skills with an emphasis on clinical integration
Participants can expect to graduate from the program earning a:
- Community Health Worker certification with a focus on clinical integration
- Mandatory Reporter Certificate
- First Aid/CPR Certificate
- Mental Health First Aid Certificate
How long is the certification program?
The certification program is 15 weeks.
What language is the course in?
Currently, the course is only offered in English.
How much is the program?
The total cost of the program is $800. There is a $50 application/admin fee that goes toward the cost of the program. The payment can be divided into two installments for those that need financial assistance.
I don't reside in the State of Texas, can I still enroll in the certification program?
Yes! Our program is virtual and can be taken from any U.S. state.