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Medical Administrative Professional
Become a medical administrative assistant and dive right into class with our experienced teachers. Rather than just listening, memorizing, and repeating facts, this class has students discovering, analyzing, and learning from experience. Our goal as educators is to spur our students’ curiosity, and help them reach their potential. Get in touch with us to learn more.
Medical Administrative Professional is an advance administrative curriculum with a focus on the medical field. Almost completely computer based, this diploma program offers diverse classes. MAP is developed with input from the Saskatoon Health Region. Axiom Career College offers small classes to provide you with the support you need. In ten short months graduates will qualify for employment in hospitals, cancer centers, clinics, chiropractic offices, specialist offices, and also general business offices. Check out our frequently asked question below. This Changes Everything!
Location: Saskatoon, SK
September 3, 2019 *Seats Available: Yes
What People Are Saying
"With small classes, it has helped me with learning one on one. You are able to get help fast without having to wait. There is minimal homework; you are given plenty of class time to work on things. You feel so much more knowledgable and you will be able to find a job when school is done."
"Class size has increased my confidence. I feel comfortable asking for help and communicating my needs. Lee is an amazing teacher. She ensures that each student understands course and subject material, leaving no one behind. My life has already changed for the better. I have noticed that since going to school I have instilled a more positive outlook on life in general."
"The small class sizes make it really easy to learn. It is more comfortable and easier to have open communication in a small class. Easy to balance family life because you don't have hours and hours of homework - there is plenty of class time. Very flexible and willing to work with payment schedules."