Providing educational training solutions to upskill, reskill, and help retain employees while offering certification preparation for vital, high-demand roles.1

Paramount to our mission is addressing the dire shortage of clinical workers, especially in the vital roles of medical assistant and pharmacy technician. Nasium Training offers healthcare training series that create pathways for your employees at every stage of their career journey.

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Nasium Training is UMA Education, Inc.’s workforce development arm offering short, unaccredited, and customized healthcare training opportunities to its employer partners.

Nasium Training is one of three healthcare education groups within UMA Education, Inc., a nonprofit organization, which also includes Ultimate Medical Academy (UMA) and a continuing medical education (CME) division. UMA is an institution of higher education that has been offering accredited allied healthcare training curriculum since 1994 and has graduated more than 80,000 alumni. The CME division serves 35,000 physicians, physician assistants, and other healthcare providers annually.

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Our Mission

As an impact-driven organization powered by a learner-centric approach, our mission is to elevate learners to achieve lifelong careers, transforming them and their families for generations to come, their communities, and the healthcare system at large.

  • Provide greater access to opportunity, and equity in both healthcare education and in serving communities across the country.
  • Commit to transform healthcare training with an emphasis on achieving positive outcomes at a national level.
  • Encompass the social foundations of our learners that are fundamental to our exceptional success.
  • Believe that care is a virtuous circle – when you take care of others, life takes care of you. We care for our team members. They care for our learners. We all care for our employer partners.

Certification preparation is dependent on state requirements. Programs are unaccredited.