Make an Informed Decision
Choosing a career path is one of the most important decisions we make on our journey through life. It affects from an economics standpoint what we can provide for ourselves, spouse, children, and others. It often determines the lifestyle we can afford, the clothes, cars, and homes we purchase. Income, demand, growth potential, and stability are certainly important factors to consider when exploring career options. Long term success in a career though is often determined by how we feel about our occupation. Personal happiness, satisfaction, and a sense of fulfillment on the job, are equally important when choosing a career.
Once you have decided on a career, it’s time to do some planning and preparation. Most positions in today’s workplace require a certain level of skills or training to be hired. By now you have probably determined that most positions in the allied health industry will require proof of skill proficiency obtained by education or job experience. So you have decided on a career, how much training is needed and where do you get it? There are many options, from 2-4 year college programs, career schools & colleges, to online programs. Do your homework! Visit the campus. Ask questions. Talk to employers in the industry. Utilize resources available through the state, federal, and accrediting agencies. Enrolling in school is an investment, of time and money, make sure it is a wise one.
Whether you are seeking more information for yourself or conducting some research for someone else, thanks for taking the time to visit this page. You are to be commended for doing the homework and making an informed decision. On this page there are resources to help map out a strategy to begin a new career. In addition to the information regarding PCI programs, student services, and outcomes, there are helpful links. Obtain detailed job descriptions, wage information, occupation projections, cross-over or related fields, and plan for expenses related to obtaining an education. Not all schools, colleges, and universities, have information readily available regarding completion rates, placement rates, documentation of employment sites, or median debt rates. All prospective students should ask for the information. Statistics including graduation rates of schools, colleges, and universities are available by clicking the NCES link. A comparison of similar programs and schools including completion, placement, and cost, is available by clicking on the TWC Career Schools & Colleges link. Still have questions?
The best way to really find out about the education & student services offered at PCI Health Training Center, is to schedule a career planning session with the Admissions Department. You may do so by calling 800-416-3572 or complete an information request form on the “Contact Us” page.
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