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Atlantic Technical Center and High School and What They Offer

Atlantic Technical Center and High School is located in Coconut Creek, Florida and is a public, secondary and post-secondary institution that is authorized by the School Board of Broward County, Florida and the Florida Department of Education.

This institution offers campus house classrooms, labs, offices and support service in their Certificate and Applied Technology Diploma programs. They offer continuing education courses, educational opportunities for adults and the Magnet High School.

Atlantic Technical Center and High School has the objective of teaching at the highest quality to prepare students to enter and remain competitive in a global workforce.

Study programs are concentrated in areas such as Automotive Technology, Building Trades, Business, Computer Technology, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Health Sciences, Metal Fabrication Technology and Industrial Technical Education.

Their Health Science Education Division has careers in Dental Assisting, Health Unit Coordinator, Hemodialysis Technician, Massage Therapy, Medical Record Transcribing and Medical Coder-Biller, Patient Care Technician and Practical Nursing.

They have a Continuing Workforce Education Program that has evening courses in the Health field; for example, Cancer Tumors is a course that takes 220 hours, Licensed Practical Nurse supervisory education (30 hours), Intravenous Therapy (40 hours) and the NCLEX State Board of Nursing Review for students who completed the Practical Nursing Program.


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