- Ocala, FL
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Fire Science and Fire Fighting92 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)42 Graduates
Nursing Assistant41 Graduates
Medical Assistant34 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician29 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)23 Graduates
Radiation Therapy20 Graduates
Veterinary Technician and Assistant15 Graduates
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Marion County Community Technical Adult Education Center in 2010, prepared me to graduate and pass my state exam to obtain my Certified Professional Coder Licensure. I feel this school is well equipped with having knowledgeable teaching faculty that is willing to work and guide students not only to understanding the courses taught but ensuring top preparation for students to graduate. All that is needed to successfully complete the course is provided in campus, making it easy for the student. This is why I have now enrolled to attend the LPN (License Practical Nursing) program this coming March 2014, and look forward in accomplishing this new and exciting journey.
From my experience of previously attending, teachers cover most of the information to prepare you for the final exams, the workload provided suffices the chapters taught, and don't seem to be extremely overwhelming. Once I graduated in 2010 becoming a Certified Professional Coder in the Medical field, I was immediately able to find employment due to the previous internships offered by the school.
I love the hands on experience given for almost every subject taught. The LPN program at Marion County Community Technical and Adult Education Center is a very affordable program, however, I was denied Financial Aid and is struggling to pay for school. I am half- way through the program and fear I may not be able to finish due to financial issues. I hope something works out for the best. This program is worth every single penny.