The labor market supply/demand report (Excel file) provides a gap analysis for detailed occupations along with comparisons of online job postings and Employment Security Department data on unemployment insurance (UI) claimants.


    The "Occupation Gap Analysis" tab in the report shows the newest feature for detailed occupations. This is the measured difference between the number of job postings via HWOL and the supply (the unduplicated count of UI claimants).


    Download the report by clicking the button below.

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    2019 WA State of Reform Health Policy Conference

    January 10, 2019

    Now in its ninth year, the 2019 WA State of Reform Health Policy Conference convenes 650 senior health care executives and health policy leaders from across the silos that make up Washington's health care system.

    On January 10, 2019, join one of the largest, most diverse convenings of senior health care executives and health policy leaders in Washington State .


    Topics and learnings this year include:

    * New Realities Dictated by Workforce Shortages
    * A Policy Framework for New Medicine
    * Community-Based Care and the Mental Health System.

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    January 7 - March 22, 2019

    This class is designed for working medical assistants to meet the educational requirements of Medical Assisting-Certified (MA-C) in Washington State. This is not a complete and accredited Medical Assisting program, but an accelerated path to clinical skills review for those who already have clinical experience. The hybrid clinical class is one of 11 college classes needed to satisfy the Department of Health’s requirement of 720 clock hours


    This hybrid class will require both online and in-person coursework. Students must be present for all four in-person classes and complete all online assignments to pass the class.


    Email: ce@highline.edu

    Phone: (206) 870-3785

    Registration Link: https://ce.highline.edu/programs/course/8805B893


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Welcome to Our Center!

The WA State Board for Community and Technical Colleges presents the Allied Health Center of Excellence

In 2009, Washington became the first and only state in the nation to codify Centers of Excellence into state statute (HB1323)

Ten Centers across the state represent a sector strategy to serve as economic development drivers for industries that help grow the state's economy.

The Allied Health Center of Excellence, with regional and statewide leadership activities, serves as a resource to all 34 community and technical colleges, K-12 Health Science, business / industry partners, plus identified government entities to ensure a continuous pipeline of new healthcare professionals.


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Allied Health Careers