CCCTC Health Occupations Students Learn on Anatomage Table

In photo L to R is Alexander Shaffer and Matthew Schall, Curwensville; Jody Gunter, CCCTC Health Occupations Instructor; and Lilly Feuer, Anatomage Certified Electrophysiology and Device Specialist.

The Health Occupations program at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) has recently received an Anatomage Table.  This innovative tool provides students with an interactive 3D learning experience of human anatomy, unlike anything they’ve seen before. Students will be able to explore the human body in incredible detail, removing layers and isolating structures just like a traditional dissection, but without the limitations.  With a library of pre-dissected cases and learning modules, complex anatomical concepts are easier to grasp.  To learn more about enrolling in the Health Occupations Technology program, visit us at