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The Importance of Practicums

Posted by Chelsea Noel on April 11, 2017 in Career Advice Graduate Support Healthcare Documentation Online Learning Work from Home

Did you know that employers are willing to waive 2-5 years of experience when hiring CanScribe graduates? That’s because CanScribe thoroughly prepares students for the workforce. With a 100-hour practicum with leading Medical Transcription service providers throughout North America, CanScribe students graduate with the confidence of having had real work experience. What is a Practicum?

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CanScribe Graduates Continue to Find Success

Posted by Chelsea Noel on January 24, 2017 in Graduate Support Graduate Testimonials Healthcare Documentation Work from Home

Did you know that over 88% of CanScribe graduates find employment immediately upon graduation? The current demand for Medical Transcription/Healthcare Documentation Specialists in Canada is overwhelming. CanScribe graduates are preferred by Medical Transcription companies throughout North America; employers are consistently looking to hire our graduates. Why? The reason is simple. We wholeheartedly support our students

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Computers Don’t Fly

Posted by Justin Gaudet on August 17, 2016 in Graduate Support Healthcare Documentation

Reflecting back, there are many things I wished I had worked harder at when studying to become a Medical Transcriptionist / Healthcare Documentation Specialist. I wish I would have practiced developing my listening ear more with the difficult dictators that I like to call the auctioneers (amongst other names that I will not mention); the

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