The first career we will be looking at is Midwifery. If you have no previous experience working in healthcare, you will have to do a three or four year degree course that leads to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). The training covers biological sciences, applied sociology, psychology and professional practice. Study hours tend to be split equally between theory at a university and hands-on clinical practice. During the practical part of the course you will have direct contact with women and their families in hospitals, community clinics and in their homes.
I saw high school as a vent to get closer to my desired career. Starting my freshman year I took rigorous courses and tried my hardest at everything I did. Meanwhile I ponder about becoming a Nurse, I decided to join in the Health Academy program and take their classes that will help me learn the philosophy of health. Nevertheless, to remain in the program, I have to sustain my GPA higher than a 2.5. Since then, I maintained my grade with a 3.3-3.8 GPA throughout my high school years.
The Professional Association of Healthcare Office Management(PAHCOM) offers certification as a Certified Medical Manager, and in order to be eligible you must have; three years experience working in a healthcare or medical office and earn 12 college credit hours in heath service or business management. I plan on continuing my education here at Kaplan to acheive my goals and to obtain my certification as a Certified Medial Manager. 6. Are there certain program accreditations required from your educational institution to perform certain jobs in your chosen field? Does Kaplan have that accreditation?
I learned a lot about this career in a short 30 minutes, and have found this assignment to be very helpful in choosing to go into the career. My mentor was born in Alamogordo, New Mexico and graduated from Alamogordo High School. He attended Lubbock Christian University for four years and after graduating, enrolled in the University of New Mexico medical program. At LCU, my mentor took a course to become an Emergency Medical Technician but later wanted to study general surgery. After working as a general surgeon in Phoenix, Arizona for six years, he specialized in orthopedics in Cleveland, Ohio and now works at a sports medicine practice in Alamogordo.
To pursue my dream in being an RN or family practice doctor i will start with my first year of liberals in a community college to get the needed credits i need to be accepted in a University. From there i plan to major in the nursing field to learn how to become an RN or family practice doctor.
I still have a few graduate classes to take. For Fall I semester, I am taking PC6106 Foundations of Mental Health counseling. In Fall II, I will be taking PC6712 Diagnosis and Treatment of Behavioral and Emotional Disorders. In Spring I, I am planning on taking PC6700 Couples and Family Counseling. During Spring II, I will be taking PC6803 Trauma Impact and Counseling.
I am currently attending Brown Mackie College to earn my certificate that will allow me to become a medical assistant. By the end of March of next year I will be able to stand up and shout, "I did it!" and begin an actual career in the medical field. It will be my way of giving back to the world. Taking care of others and showing compassion gives me courage and strength.
Athletic Trainer Definition of an Athletic Trainer An Athletic Trainer can work for any sports teams such as high school, colleges, universities, and professional teams. Athletic Trainers try to prevent, examine, and treat injuries of athletes. The trainers do not work alone; they work with the team, equipment manager, coach, and the physicians. They treat minor injuries before and after a game or practice such as a sprain ankle, jammed finger, or a swollen knee. Job Performance Athletic Trainers held about 18,200 jobs in 2010.
Include a copy of your Jefferson Academic Program Plan signed by your advisor with the documentation at the end of the paper. (Include a copy of the curriculum guide for this major at Jefferson as well as the curriculum guide for any program you plan to study at other institutions in your documentation. If no formal curriculum guide is available from the other institution, describe in this section of the paper the classes you will need to take.) Preparing to Transfer (2 point – 1 paragraph) – Include: • Steps you need to take to transfer to your chosen institution. Check the college web site, transfer advisor, or a transfer guide.
Returning to School Delphry Williams ENG 121 Stephanie Freese September 30, 2013 Returning to School I made the decision to return to school to further my education about young children, and children with special needs and to earn my Early Childhood Education Administration degree. The benefits that I will be obtaining from my college degree will be receiving better pay and to be in a better position to open my own childcare program one day. In the year of two thousand five I worked at a childcare center for the mentally ill. I worked there for almost twenty years before the owner decided to sale to another owner. The old owners were offering the people that were there the longest a bonus for each year that they had been there