This ten-month, full-time, certificate program will prepare students to work in a variety of medical office settings. In-school courses include Health Care, Medical Terminology, Information & Communications Technology, Accounting, Medical Billing and Medical Transcription. A nine-week Co-op placement will provide on-the-job experience in medical office procedures. Additionally, students can earn a maximum of 12 credits toward an Ontario Secondary School Diploma while in this program.
The program begins in September and ends in June. Participants must be able to meet the requirements of the Co-op placement which include a clear police check, up to date immunization and clear TB test. Any cost for the TB test must be paid by the student.
Prerequisites: Student must have earned a grade 12 English (College or University) credit. The ability to type 25 words a minute is required. Students who have previously completed courses in this package may be eligible for advanced standing. Students should discuss this option with the Program Leader.
Fees: $215 Material Fee: Application for police check, ear phones for medical transcription,
standard first aid & CPR training, protective personal equipment including mask fitting.
Information session: Details will be announced on this site when they become available.