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I like trinity I went here when it was trinity Vocational for the CNA program and i went for the lvn program in 2016. The staff is great at the school

What can I say about this school? Well nothing positive. They are disorganized, rude,unprofessional, the office staff passes the buck back and forth. The whole building smelled like mildew. I was embarrassed to tell anyone I went there. The only positive was that they did have a part time program. I paid one amount and they gave me a tax paper stating 200.00 less. Of course they did! I was amazed AT THE NONSENSE THAT TRANSPIRED THERE. They lost important documents, everyone blaming everyone and they lost more than just mine. We paid for text books but did not receive until the end of theory. We received poor copies, nearly illegible. The school is a joke an embarrassment really. The saving grace of that atrocious school is my teacher Helen Abafi. I felt she was treated horribly. She was so sweet and so kind. She possesses so many positive traits. Professional, educated,so kind and patent in her teachings, both in theory and in clinical. Guess what she was the only teacher that had a 100% passing for the California State Boards. Who Hoo. That was ALL Miss Helen that had nothing to do with that jank school. In closing I would NEVER recommend this school unless they were guaranteed to be under Miss Helens teachings. Poor poor quality of everything. The person who wrote the review in Oct 2016 must have been paid, a family member or just a low grade person. I laughed out loud when I read her review. Hilarious, pure comedy. Ellie Garcia

Wonderful CNA program, and our instructor Ms Sumbo is beyond amazing, humane and the way she explains you will never forget neither theory nor elements of clinical training. As far as the school I was impressed with the availability of adequate number of mannequins in a good shape for skills practice. They will also allow to practice in their labs following the completion of the course to get you ready for the state board cert exam, as much as you want and during days you want. Compare to the Homestead where mannequins are chained to bed and three different teachers, few with an attitude, conducting a lecture and all three say different things to confuse students, this school was a refreshing alternative. As you enter the lobby, a super friendly secretary Lisa greets you and always there in case you need a copy of the lecture, and concerned about your progress at school. No one hustled me about tuition and appealing part is that you can pay a portion of the tuition till the end of the program paying off by the end of the final. Since I wanted to pay entire amount in advance, I literally had to hunt them to pay and never felt pressured. That s an example of a professionally run place.

I visited the school when it was called Trinity Vocational Center. They had some information available to guests upon entering. I was greeted by the receptionist and asked if I had any questions. I was still looking at different schools, so I told her I d be back. The decorations in the lobby show to be inspired by personal taste, rather than the standard white walls and gray carpet that you would encounter at traditional public institutions. As a guest, parkimg did not seem to be an issue, as I quickly located a spot near the entrance. The school shares an office space within a building, but I did see a parking structure in the back. Should I revisit this school, I will update my review.

Trinity School of Health and Allied Sciences

What can I say about this school? Well nothing positive. They are disorganized, rude,unprofessional, the office staff passes the buck back and forth. The whole building smelled like mildew. I was embarrassed to tell anyone I went there. The only positive was that they did have a part time program. I paid one amount and they gave me a tax paper stating 200.00 less. Of course they did! I was amazed AT THE NONSENSE THAT TRANSPIRED THERE. They lost important documents, everyone blaming everyone and they lost more than just mine. We paid for text books but did not receive until the end of theory. We received poor copies, nearly illegible. The school is a joke an embarrassment really.

The saving grace of that atrocious school is my teacher Helen Abafi. I felt she was treated horribly. She was so sweet and so kind. She possesses so many positive traits. Professional, educated,so kind and patent in her teachings, both in theory and in clinical. Guess what she was the only teacher that had a 100% passing for the California State Boards. Who Hoo. That was ALL Miss Helen that had nothing to do with that jank school.

In closing I would NEVER recommend this school unless they were guaranteed to be under Miss Helens teachings.

Poor poor quality of everything. The person who wrote the review in Oct 2016 must have been paid, a family member or just a low grade person. I laughed out loud when I read her review. Hilarious, pure comedy.

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Wonderful CNA program, and our instructor Ms Sumbo is beyond amazing, humane and the way she explains you will never forget neither theory nor elements of clinical training. As far as the school I was impressed with the availability of adequate number of mannequins in a good shape for skills practice. They will also allow to practice in their labs following the completion of the course to get you ready for the state board cert exam, as much as you want and during days you want. Compare to the Homestead where mannequins are chained to bed and three different teachers, few with an attitude, conducting a lecture and all three say different things to confuse students, this school was a refreshing alternative. As you enter the lobby, a super friendly secretary Lisa greets you and always there in case you need a copy of the lecture, and concerned about your progress at school. No one hustled me about tuition and appealing part is that you can pay a portion of the tuition till the end of the program paying off by the end of the final. Since I wanted to pay entire amount in advance, I literally had to hunt them to pay and never felt pressured. That s an example of a professionally run place.

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I visited the school when it was called Trinity Vocational Center. They had some information available to guests upon entering. I was greeted by the receptionist and asked if I had any questions. I was still looking at different schools, so I told her I d be back. The decorations in the lobby show to be inspired by personal taste, rather than the standard white walls and gray carpet that you would encounter at traditional public institutions. As a guest, parkimg did not seem to be an issue, as I quickly located a spot near the entrance. The school shares an office space within a building, but I did see a parking structure in the back. Should I revisit this school, I will update my review.

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Specialties

At Trinity School we recognize the needs of the medical field for trained and qualified nurses, medical/nursing technicians, and caregivers. We offer extensive experience, with a clear understanding of potential challenges to success.

Some programs we offer include: Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy, Nursing Assistant and more! We also offer CPR Certification and a RN to BSN program.

Our academic requirements are among the most rigorous in the nation. But once our students arrive, they have the full force of our resources behind them. There are countless opportunities for research, fellowships and internships and for connecting with major players in almost any field.

History

Established in 2014.

Formerly known as Trinity Vocational Center, we now have established a newfound school founded on faculty integrity, student enrichment, and academic success.

The philosophy of Trinity School Of Health And Allied Sciences is to provide accessible, and more importantly, high quality education that will prepare students for the competency and licensure examination; in the end producing qualified and competent graduates responsive to the changing needs of the community the institution serves.

Meet the Business Owner

Hi! I d like to personally welcome you to Trinity School of Health and Allied Sciences to take a look at what our school has to offer. In addition to what is noted in the catalog, we have updated our computer lab with a set of brand-new workstations to assist in your testing and study needs. We now provide NHA examinations for CCMA, and CPT 1 Testing on site! Our school prides itself on our 100% Pass Rate for NHA Examinations. Please look us up on our website!

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