Peloton College offers superior job training where the jobs are!
Peloton College focuses on careers in Information Technology, Electronic Systems, Medical Assisting and Medical Billing and Coding. These are vocational programs that lead to entry-level positions. Vocational program offerings may vary by campus.
Graduates from the Medical Assistant Program at Peloton College will have a working knowledge of administrative duties including scheduling, billing, and coding, as well as clinical duties including phlebotomy, ECGs, injections, vital signs, emergencies, and assisting practices in daily operations.
Medical Billing and Coding
The Medical Billing and Coding Program at Peloton College provides vocational students vital knowledge in Medical Terminology, Medical Billing and Coding prepares vocational students to choose, implement, train and maintain electronic health record systems.
Graduates of this Medical Billing and Coding training program will also be eligible to sit for the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) Certification or the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) Certification.
Information Technology Support Professional
The Information Technology Support Professional program prepares Peloton College students to be an IT Professional! Under this trade program, students will learn Network Administration and how to build, troubleshoot and maintain computer systems. They will also learn to build networks to specifications using Cisco routers and switches. The program also covers the technical skills required to use OSI and TCP/IP models and protocols and how to Implement IP addressing schemes and IP services using binary numbers.
Electronic Systems Technician
The Electronic Systems Technician program is designed to teach students the basic technical skills for communication, security, fire alarm, integrated control, entertainment, and surveillance systems. Peloton College students will learn how to perform the duties of an Electronic Systems Technician including assisting with low voltage cabling, basic electrical components and wiring, wireless system installation, installation, repair, and/or maintenance of control systems, and installation or repair of audio, video, broadband, media management, telecommunications, or voice/data systems.
AAS in Cybersecurity
The Associates of Applied Science in Cybersecurity program is designed to teach Peloton College students the technical skills for entry-level employment in the Cybersecurity industry.
The Cybersecurity program starts with IT, networking, and cybersecurity fundamentals creating a foundation upon which the students build adding knowledge and technical skills in Linux security, ethical hacking, and penetration testing, network defense & countermeasures, incident response & digital forensics, and cybersecurity programs & policies.