Medical Training

Medical Training


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The medical profession employs a number of workers.  Take the time to find out if a medical career is for you .  Take a class to learn what medical professionals know . Do some medical training to land your dream job!


Career Exploration Skills/Knowledge Development
Explore a Career as an Administrative medical assistant Handling Medical Emergencies
Become an optical assistant HIPAA Compliance
Become a physical therapy aide Spanish for Medical Professionals
Explore a career in nursing Spanish for Medical Professionals II
Explore a career in medical writing Medical Math
Explore a career in medical coding Introduction to Statistics
Explore a career in medical transcription Human Anatomy and Physiology
Explore a career as a pharmacy technician Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Legal nurse consulting Teaching Students with Autism
Introduction to natural health and healing Leadership
Certificate in healing environments Build Teams that Work
Certificate in stress management Interpersonal Communication
Certificate in meditation Keys to Effective Communication
Certificate in  spirituality, health, and healing Fundamentals of Supervision &Management
Certificate in brain health Fundamentals of Supervision & Management II
Certificate in complementary and alternative medicine Fundamentals of Technical Writing
Certificate in Starting your own business in health and healing  Employment Law Fundamentals
Certificate in Healthy Aging Business Finance for Non-Finance Personnel
Certificate in Food, Nutrition, and Health Mastery of Business Fundamentals
Certificate in End of Life Care Nonprofit fundraising essentials
Certificate in Gerontology
Certificate in Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations 1 Creating a Successful Business Plan
Certificate in Integrative Mental Health Workers Compensation
Certificate in Pain Assessment and Management Total quality fundamentals
Certificate in Perinatal Issues Medical terminology:  a word association approach

So what are you waiting for?  Dive in to learn what you need to know to pursue a medical career.

Explore Career Options

Explore career options

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In making a career tune-up it is always a good time to explore career options.  Consider different careers and what you would be good at.  Take a class, read a book, talk to an expert to find out which career is best for you.

As you explore career options you will find the career that is best for you!



Career Tips and Quotes

Career Tips and Quotes

“Often people attempt to live their lives backwards,

they try to have more things or more money in order to do more of what they want so that they will be happier.

The way it actually works is the reverse.

You must first be who you really are then do what you need to do in order to have what you want. ”


Margaret Young

Volunteering to Gain Skills


Volunteering to Gain Skills


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Volunteering to gain skills can enhance your career.   As a volunteer, you can gain experience.  Volunteers learn to be on time.  It can help you keep commitments.  You can learn to coordinate with others.  It can help you learn to  communicate with people.  Volunteers solve problems.  They organize and work hard.  Volunteers coordinate and work on teams.  In fact, some people develop great leadership skills through volunteering.

Volunteer questions

Here are a few questions to help you decide where you want to volunteer.

  • What community projects interest me?
  • Which skills would I use when I volunteer?
  • What kind of a time commitment does the organization want from its volunteers?
  • Who would I be working with?
  • How would it impact my day job?
  • Where could I volunteer to gain new skills?
  • What volunteer opportunities are nearby?
  • How are my friends volunteering?
  • Who needs my help in my local community?
  • What skills do I have to offer as a volunteer?
  • Why do I want to volunteer?

Volunteer Actions

Volunteering to gain skills is more than asking a few questions to identify good opportunities.  It means diving in to take action. Pick up the phone.  Make the phone call to line up a volunteer activity.  Get involved in your community.  As you do so you will gain new skills, meet new people, and find new ways to expand your opportunities.

Volunteering can be a great way to add experience to your resume even before you have a job.  If you already have a job, it can be a great way to get the experience to move up the corporate ladder or get a new job.  Consider ways that volunteer service could enhance your resume.

Common Interview Questions

Common Interview Questions

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What are the most common interview questions?  These are the questions you are  likely to encounter as you prepare for an interview.  You want the job, so you have prepared for it.  The job is something that you feel you have the skills and capabilities to do.  It is time for your years of hard work and effort  to pay off which means you need to go to the interview prepared to answer the most  common questions.

Common  Questions that are Asked

Here are some typicalquestions that are asked when you get to that all important interview.

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • Why should we hire you?
  • How are you qualified for the job?
  • Where do you see yourself in five years?
  • How do you deal with stressful situations?
  • What would you do during the first month or two on the job?
  • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  • Why are you leaving your present job?
  • What do you like to do outside of work?
  • How would you handle conflict?
  • What are your career goals?
  • What is something difficult you have faced in your career?
  • Describe a situation where you worked through a problem.
  • What are you most proud of accomplishing on the job?
  • Why are you applying for this job?

Information on Common Interview Questions

As you consider and prepare to answer the most common interview questions, you will be more comfortable responding well during the interview.

What you need to know to start a small business

What you need to know to start a small business


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You may have the entrepreneurial spirit and want to start a small business.  As you do so, consider what you need to know to start your business.  Here are some training courses that can help the small business owner.

Business Training Resource

Here are some business training resources.

Web Resources

Here are some web resources for the small business owner.


Here are some books you may want to read to help your business.

Take the time to gather the information on what you need to know to start a small business.  A strong foundation will help you move forward to success as a small business owner.