Healthcare is the largest employer in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare occupations are expected to grow by 18% from 2016 to 2026. Overall, the healthcare sector is expected to account for nearly a third of all new employment.
Cinematic Health Education was formed to help address the training and employment challenges associated with this exploding market. Unlike other providers, we seek to help prospective employees acquire the skills needed to be successful in their jobs and gain understanding of the emotional and social aspects involved in their careers through our unique cinematic storytelling methodology. As a result, our clients gain well-prepared and skilled employees – important criteria for decreasing turnover and increasing satisfaction levels for patients, families, and employees.
We seek to help prospective employees acquire the skills needed to be successful in their jobs.
Our company was formed in early 2018 through the acquisition of certain assets of Cognotion, Inc., a developer of story-based vocational certification programs, and funding by ReThink Education, a New York City-based venture capital firm focused on education technology.
Currently, we offer ReadyCNA, a 60-hour, cloud-based training curriculum adaptable to certification requirements in all 50 states. ReadyCNA revolves around a three-hour, Hollywood-quality movie, broken into short episodes, that depicts the life of a newly hired CNA.
The training is complimented with:
Our storytelling approach to training ensures learner engagement and knowledge retention, while readying individuals for the emotional and interpersonal issues often encountered on the job
Our vision is to apply our cinematic approach to training to the development of the most comprehensive catalog of training and certification programs for allied health professionals, including medical assistants, emergency medical technicians, dental assistants, and home caregivers. We believe this life-affecting, affordable training can address many of the market’s toughest challenges.