The Coordinator of Allied Health Programs, under the supervision of the Director of Nursing, is responsible for the administration and support of the College’s non-credit Allied Health Programs. These responsibilities include initial certification classes and continuing education for medical professionals, classes for individuals that wish to pursue registration as a nurse aide or phlebotomist, and specialty continuing education classes for related health care professionals.
Western Piedmont Community College’s mission is to provide accessible, high-quality education that improves lives and promotes growth in our community offering over 100 Associate Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates through 40 programs. Our vision is to become Burke County’s educational institution of choice where exemplary faculty and staff offer cutting edge programs of study in an inclusive environment thereby meeting local citizens’ educational needs which will foster regional economic growth. Western Piedmont Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees.