Ridley-Lowell is a leading Business & Technical Institute offering a variety of programs to choose from across our four campus locations.
Develop the knowledge and skills you need to pass the cosmetology licensing exam and purse a career as a cosmetologist. Program coursework explores wet and thermal styling, cutting, coloring, nail technology, and much more. You can also learn important health, safety and professional skills.
Learn the skills needed to help dentists manage their day-to-day procedural and administrative duties. Upon graduation, you will be certified in BLS/AED CPR and can be ready to apply for the Radiation Health & Safety (RHS) and Infection Control (ICE) competency exams through the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB).
Train to work with residential, commercial and industrial electrical systems. During this program, you will be introduced to the basics of electricity, including safety procedures, measuring instruments, AC/DC, National Electric Code and low voltage wiring. You will also learn how to read schematics and blueprints.
Learn about specializing in treating and healing skin, and get the knowledge you need to take the New York State Board examination in esthetics. During our program, you’ll study subjects like bacteriology, anatomy and physiology, skin care, nutrition, chemistry, the structure and function of skin, facials and even hair removal.
This program will equip you with the specialized training and skills to seek entry-level positions in the field. Upon graduation, you can be qualified to work installing and servicing air conditioning, refrigeration, hot air, hydronic heating systems, and HVAC/R and piping specialties in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
Get the education you need to pursue a career in massage therapy, exploring key areas like anatomy, physiology, pathology, kinesiology, therapeutic massage, spa services and more. Upon completion of the program, you can be eligible to apply for your National Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork to become nationally certified.
Learn the administrative and clinical skills you need to become a medical assistant at hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices and other health care facilities. Courses include anatomy, physiology, billing and scheduling, phlebotomy and more.
Our program will help you learn about processing insurance claims, coding diagnoses, procedures and services, patient and hospital billing procedures, payer requirements, insurance billing, medical terminology and more. As a graduate, you can be ready for administrative support and billing and coding positions with doctors’ offices, hospitals, and insurance companies.
This program is focused on building foundational business computer and communication skills to prepare you for a career in business operations or office administration. Upon completion of this course, you will be ready for an office position at companies large and small.
This phlebotomy technician program consists of hands-on experience in a lab setting, classroom presentation and online environment. The course will provide the latest safety guidelines, federal regulations, updates on equipment and supplies; hazard prevention techniques. This course will also help to prepare you for the NCCT (National Center for Competency Testing).