Sunday, August 24, 2008

Medical Transcription College Course

College courses help job seekers

The National Council on Aging has joined forces with the Ocean County College's Department of Continuing and Professional Education to offer free noncredit certificate courses that train adults, age 55 and older, to re-enter the job market.

The department is offering courses in the health-care field, including medical office specialists, dental practice administrators, physical therapy aides, medical billing, medical records coding and medical transcription.

Low-income Ocean County residents age 55 years and older can contact Kathy Caro at (732) 255-0400 ext. 2326 for more information.

Info found at http://www.app.com:80/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080824/BUSINESS/808240342/1003

1 comment:

Ayaz Ahmad said...

The National Council on Aging is doing very nice work to provide opportunities of getting certificate and get start their professional jobs in medical field.The courses which are offered by Ocean County College's Department of Continuing and Professional Education are awesome. I am a MT in USA and I got my certificate from usc med medical transcriptionist course at the age of 54 and now at 57 I just think about my career that its beautiful to me and easy to earn so I hats off you all for this bravo step