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Cosmetology FAQ

A: As a cosmetologist you will become licensed in the study and application of beauty treatments. Including hairstyling, skin care, manicure and pedicures.
A: This program is good for any recent graduates looking to begin a career in the field of cosmetology, or seasoned professionals looking to brush up on their skills.
A: The program is anywhere between 8-12 months long.
A: As a cosmetologist you can go to work right away as a hairstylist, or into skincare, manicure and pedicure, or waxing specialists.
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Esthetics FAQ

A: As an esthetician you will learn about skincare and make-up industry. You will learn about the production of products, and the science that goes into the creation and selling of the products.
A: A good candidate for the esthetics program is anyone looking to get started in a career in the skincare and beauty industry, the program is good for recent graduates or anyone looking to change career paths.
A: The program can be anywhere between 17-50 weeks.
A: With an esthetics license you can work in a spa, salon, or as a sales representative for make-up or skincare products. You can work for cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists, and take your skills to practice make-up artistry.
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Medical Assistant FAQ

A: As a medical assistant you will learn the administrative and healthcare portions of the office. You’ll perform clerical duties in medical offices, greet patients, and assist physicians with performing tests and taking samples, and giving injections.
A: The ideal candidate for a medical assistant program is good for recent graduates, and anyone looking to embark on a new career path, or interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare industry.
A: The program is anywhere between 15-16 months long.
A: As a medical assistant you can work in hospitals, clinics, and other medical offices assisting physicians and carrying out administrative and healthcare duties.

Medical Office AssistantFAQ

A: As a medical office assistant you will be responsible for the billing, charting, and medical transcription and patient scheduling for medical offices.
A: A good candidate for a medical office assistant is a candidate looking to be apart of the more administrative side of the healthcare industry. It is good for recent graduates, and anyone looking to embark on a new career path.
A: The program is between 15-16 months long.
A: As a medical office assistant you can work in hospitals, clinics, and private practices. You will be the one that is responsible for the administrative duties for these facilities.
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Pharmacy Technician FAQ

A: As a pharmacy technician you will learn to prepare and give out prescriptions and work alongside with a pharmacist to help patients. You’ll mix medicines, measure medication, and properly label them.
A: Ideal candidates for a pharmacy technician program are students who have recently graduated and looking for careers in the medical field, or people looking to pursue a new career path.
A: The program is 720 hours long.
A: As a pharmacy technician you can work in retail settings, hospitals, at a compound pharmacy or eventually move up into a managerial role as a pharmacy benefits managers.

Electrical Assistant / HVAC FAQ

A: Students learn about the commercial and residential wiring, motor control and theory that is consistent with the National Electric Code. HVAC components will test students on their competence and basic work skills pertaining to the heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration industry.
A: A good candidate for an electrical assistant and HVAC assistant program, are recent graduates and students interested in learning a trade skill, as well as anyone looking to sharpen their skills or take on a new career path.
A: The program can take anywhere between 6 months- to a 1 year to complete.
A: HVAC assistants and electrical assistants can work with electric companies, contractors, and other air conditioning, heating and refrigeration jobs.
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