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Will I need a computer and internet access to take the program?

Yes, all students will need regular access to a computer and high-speed internet. Your computer will need at least a 2GHz processor or faster, 4 GB RAM or more, built-in or external speakers, USB 2.0 port or adaptor, a webcam supported operating system, Windows 7 or higher, or MacOS Sierra 10.12 or higher.

What is the career progression for a care coordinator?

Earning a certificate in the Care Coordinator Program is a great way to advance your career.  The coursework is transferable for academic credit if you are interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Coordination in the future. The certificate also provides flexible upskilling opportunities for existing Medical Assistants and Licensed Vocational Nurse/Licensed Practical Nurses.

How much do the Care Coordinator Programs cost?

Your costs will vary depending on your educational goal and which program you select.  Known fees include:

$50/one-time enrollment fee (waived in 2020 for English Readiness Courses)
$20/month membership fee that contributes towards your education and training
Futuro Health is prepaying the cost of tuition and student supports for all students, if needed.  For students in the Care Coordinator Program, repayment will be required following employment based on income level.  Futuro Health is working with its partners to design affordable financing repayment options.

Will I need to pass a drug test?

You should expect that our educational partners will require you to pass a drug test before starting school or sometime during your educational journey, and that all employers will require you to pass a drug test before starting work.