Medical Office Award

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Price: On Request
Duration: Flexible Study
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Online Courses - Distance Learning, Part Time and Evening

Course description

Our Medical Office Award is a course that gives you the grounding for entering the medical profession, providing you with the essential skills to work in a medical office.

This course provides you with the opportunity to build your confidence in the medical arena, and equips you with technical knowledge and essential office and computer skills that shows you are ready to work in this industry.

Working through the different modules you’ll start to make sense of the terminology and understand how it’s constructed, so you can hold your own at any interview and you’ve got a great grounding for your first job in this field.

Our Medical Office Award takes you step by step through the key areas that you need to understand.

You’ll learn how to:-

• Build your essential office and computer skills for medical office work

• Get to grips with medical terminology

• Learn how to produce medical documents

• Accurately transcribe documents full of medical jargon from auto dictation

Once you’ve worked through this course you’ll be fully up to speed and be able to impress your interviewers with your understanding of their world. This should put you head and shoulders above the rest who have not yet reached this level.


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