Thursday, October 30, 2008

the seminar was SO TERRIFIC!

so terrific in fact that i paid for and brought home this:


Course #1!!!
i'm now training at home to become a medial transcriptionist.
there are so many advantages to this profession and i'm so excited to get started. the class is a step-by-step, study at your own pace, in your free time course. studying just 15-20 hours a week will get you finished with the full course and completely certified in about 5 months.

the seminar last night talked in detail about medical transcription and the growing need for skilled workers in this field. in this system, the medical field is fast becoming one of the only profession with "job security." people will always get sick and go to the doctor. through this course you learn the skills needed to be a medical transcriptionist, establish your own businees, and make a living working out of your own home. it is a job that could be suited to so many different kinds of people and circumstances. i'm hoping that it will work out for me and my little family.

interested???
check it out! : www.at-homeprofessions.com

so far i've already finished with lessons 1 and 2 and sent off my first exam. i'm so excited about this!! and it sure feels good to be a student again. :)

6 comments:

  1. thats awesome! i've thought about doing some sort of course like that before

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  2. Congrats girl and I will definately send my homegirl this link, she is a SAHM and is looking to work at home .. you are so awesome for sharing that .. and you are so HEAD on with your answer to my post about the other spieces ..

    .thanks for stoppin in honey bear

    Sasha

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  3. hey you!! i owe you a nice long message, but just wanted to say 'hi' for right now! ((((hugs))).

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  4. I did this in '96. It works well for a stay at home thing. It is stressfull depending on your docots required turnaround - expect to be typing and printing at 3 in the morning. It can be frustrating - doctors eat burp etc while they dictate. sometimes they mispronounce words and misspell drugs. But it was a good thing while I needed it. Getting an articulate doctor can be done. Specialist are really nice to work for because the problems that their patients have are limited to the doctor's specialty. If you have any other questions, just ask.

    Gwen

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  5. super! glad you're enjoying it!

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