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Idaho Medical Technician Schools.

Medical technician schools in Idaho provide training programs that last either one year or two years, depending on the student’s desired education. The one-year program leads to a certificate and offers an intense hands-on training system that prepares students for a career as a medical technician. The two-year program leads to an associate’s degree and requires more time and effort. Core classes are required and vary depending on which Idaho school you select.  It’s important for students to select only an accredited and certified junior college, community college or training center.


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