December 30, 2019
How to Prepare for a Phone Interview

How to Prepare for a Phone Interview

How To Prepare For A Phone Interview Congratulations! The employer liked what they saw on your resume, and now you have the chance to tell the […]
November 4, 2019
what you need to know about student loans

What to Know About Student Loans

Our Canadian students have many financial advantages to choose from for their studies. The Government of Canada offers loans to eligible students, and there are many CanScribe students using this opportunity to train to become a Healthcare Documentation Specialist (MT). If you have a government student loan, or are considering one, we want you to be as educated as possible about what your responsibilities are, and we want to provide you as many tips as we can for a successful repayment! Below are some tips and background info to pay attention to going forward. Living in Canada, people have the benefit of gaining financial support from....

April 11, 2017
importance of practicum experience

The Importance of Practicum Experience | CanScribe

The importance of practicum experience is crucial to your success in the field. Did you know that employers are willing to waive 2-5 years of experience […]
January 5, 2017
online learning

Online Learning: 4 Questions You Should Ask

Online learning is still a relatively new means to obtain an education. Many people wonder if online schools are legitimate and if the quality of the […]
April 15, 2015
Student tax form

Your T2202A Student Tax Form Questions, Answered

It's tax time again! As the April 30 deadline approaches, many students are hastily getting their documents prepared for the 2014 tax season. If you attended an educational institution in 2014, you may be eligible to apply for education tax credits. CanScribe students and graduates have online access to their T2202A, making it quicker and easier for them to download and print at their convenience. Let's go through the full details of the T2202A and how to access it. What is a T2202A? The T2202A (i.e., Tuition and Education Amounts Certificate) is an official...

March 24, 2015
post-grad note

Dear CanScribe: Post-Grad Note from Janet Bell

Dear CanScribe Career College: I thought it was time I put “pen” to paper and let you know how happy I am that I took my MT training through your college. I have now been employed with Accentus/Nuance for just over a year, and am thoroughly enjoying the job. I was very unsure about starting a second career in a field I knew very little about, and was very nervous about the responsibility level for creating accurate medical reports. As it turns out, I had very little to worry about, mainly due to the training I received from your excellent program....

January 5, 2015
Canscribe Graduate

CanScribe Graduate Story: Shelley Steel

Dear prospective student, Study Online? What should I expect? Is it hard or easy? What if I need help? How am going to juggle a full-time job and school? These are just some of the questions I asked myself when I was looking into CanScribe Career College. I took the time to get answers to my questions and am I ever glad that I did. CanScribe Career College Medical Transcriptionist training is one of the best things I have done for myself in a long time!

November 25, 2014
Medical Transcriptionist Employers

Medical Transcriptionist Employers: 8 Know How Tips

I want to contact an employer. Where do I start? Contacting employers, especially big MTSOs (Medical Transcription Organizations) such as M*Modal or Nuance, can be extremely intimidating. You may already be an MT looking for employment, in which case you want to make a good first impression. Maybe you are new to the industry and are doing your research on a school (we actually put you in touch with our employers to give you the opportunity to ask them about us and our program!). Whatever your situation is for contacting them, don't burn any bridges. Make sure they get a positive, professional first impression of you, even from the first phone call.....

November 14, 2014
Isolations Effects

Isolation Effects And Working From Home

There are many advantages and perks to working from home. You save money on gas and auto expenses, you have a better level of comfort, and you can wear your slippers if you want. You get to be there more for your families. These are all just some of the many bonuses that a work-from-home career can offer. Challenges of working from home Many people, especially those in the transcription industry and those new to the transcription industry, like the idea of working at home. There are, however, challenges to working from home, and one of the biggest dangers is the...

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