Professional Skills is a for-profit college located in Maumee, Ohio in the Toledo Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 290 undergraduate students. The Professional Skills acceptance rate is 84%. Popular majors include Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), Physical Therapy Technician, and Medical Insurance Coding. Graduating 52% of students, Professional Skills alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $33,900.
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The program is very costly but the trade off is that you can start almost immediately due to a new class starting every quarter with plenty of openings. The class sizes seem average. I do not find the classes to be all that difficult yet as I am sure once getting to the end of the program that will chance. It is an 18 month program instead of a typical 12 month program. If time is of the essence for you I would consider looking elsewhere. That being said the passage rate is pretty high so the extra class time does look like it pays off.
The instructors really care about your future success, and are committed to providing a quality education for their future PTAs.
I enjoyed the classes and the instructors. This school gave you a chance to get a career .The people here want you to achieve I would definitely recommend this school to anyone interested in LPN or Physical Therapy.