Getting trained as a medical assistant, health claims specialist, massage therapist, or dental assistant could start you on a new career path in under a year.
Do you want to make a change in your life? Are you interested in a career but don’t want to spend four years in school? Do you have a GED and are you interested in a program that doesn’t require a diploma? If any of these things are true for you, then you might consider a career-training program at Seacoast Career Schools.
In a career-focused training program, there are no general education requirements that don’t apply directly to the job you want. These programs are ideal for you if you learn well from hands-on experience and want to start your new career as soon as possible.
Seacoast campuses host dedicated career services departments that are there for you when it’s time to start your job search. The career services office has connections in the community and may be able to help identify job leads or recommend position that will match your career interests. The department helps Seacoast students prepare a professional resume and prep for interviews. The career services department can also educate students on which certification exams for dental assistants, massage therapists, professional medical coding, electronic health records specialists, and registered medical assistants could further the student’s career.