Brightwood College in Fort Worth, Texas, offers dental assistant, pharmacy technician and medical assistant diploma programs that can help you gain the knowledge and experience to pursue a new career or advance in your current profession.
As a graduate of our allied health programs, you will have received training designed to prepare you to enter the workforce with confidence.
To achieve success in your career, you need education and training to help you develop the technical skills and work habits that set you apart from other applicants. At Brightwood College in Fort Worth our diploma and degree programs are designed to help you pursue a career you can be proud of—in a career field that offers opportunity for long-term satisfaction.
Experience your chosen profession firsthand through a combination of classroom lectures, field trips, presentations from guest speakers, interactive role-playing exercises, and practical application in our specially designed training labs. Practice performing the skills you will need on the job and prepare to become a valued member of the workforce.
We know it can be difficult to juggle multiple responsibilities—such as a job and family—and still find time to pursue your education. That is why we offer flexible schedules that fit into your busy life, with classes in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Contact an Admissions Representative for more information about how you could earn your diploma and prepare for a rewarding new career.
Brightwood College, Fort Worth campus (formally Career Centers of Texas, Forth Worth campus) was founded in May 2004 to support the community's growing need for skilled allied health professional. The school was a branch of CHI Institute in Broomall, Pennsylvania.
In July 2009, the School became a branch campus of Kaplan Career Institute, San Antonio. In October 2009, Career Centers of Texas-Fort Worth changed its name to Kaplan College.
In February 2016, the school became Brightwood College.
Brightwood College, Fort Worth campus is conveniently located off Highway 30 in Fort Worth and is easily accessible via the Fort Worth Transportation Authority bus service. If you choose to drive to our campus, ample parking is available on site.
The city of Fort Worth is one of the fastest-growing communities in Texas. With a population of approximately 662,000, it currently ranks as the nineteenth largest city in the United States and the sixth largest in Texas. Fort Worth is located in North Central Texas, 30 miles west of Dallas, and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Quality of life is one of Fort Worth's greatest attractions. The city's low crime rate, lower-than-average housing costs, and zero income tax contribute to an affordable, easygoing lifestyle. Fort Worth is nicknamed "Cowtown" for its roots as a destination for early cattle drivers. The city is proud of its Western and Southern heritage, which it showcases at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in the Cultural District. Art museums and galleries and the world-renowned Bass Performance Hall opera house also attract residents and visitors to Fort Worth.
As a manufacturing center, Fort Worth is home to numerous high-tech corporations. Other industries, including health care, finance, telecommunications, education, tourism, retail trade, and services contribute to a flourishing economy and provide employment opportunities for professionals with career-training from a quality institution like Brightwood College.
Brightwood College offers an education that makes sense for working adults with classes offered during the day or at night, so you can earn your diploma without interfering with your current job or obligations. Enroll now and start on the path to a brighter future in a career you can be proud of. To learn more about the programs at our Fort Worth campus, select an area of study below.