Concorde Career Institute

Career training for the in-demand health care industry.

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Concorde Career Institute

BACKGROUND

Concorde Career Institute offers vocational career training programs in the rapidly growing health care industry. They currently operate campuses at 12 locations in seven states for students seeking career-oriented education. Concorde's training programs are short, affordable and hands-on. They offer training programs in many health related fields such as Medical Assisting, Dental Assisting, Insurance Coding, Respiratory Therapy, Surgical Technology, Vocational/Practical Nursing, and Patient Care. Their staff is highly motivated to assist students prepare to move into their chosen career path well armed to succeed.

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PRO

- Many convenient locations in many large cities
- Offers facilities for on-site multiple candidate interviewing
- Accredited by the ACCSCT
- Training for in-demand careers

CON

- Not all programs available at every campus
- Tuition information not available without contacting school directly
- No on-campus housing

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Program offerings vary by campus. The Denver, Kansas City, North Hollywood, Garden Grove, San Bernardino, San Diego and Memphis campuses offer selected associate's degree programs. Campuses utilize different program titles pursuant to state regulations.

In addition, certain campuses offer selected short-term courses/programs, including Limited X-Ray, Expanded Duties for Dental Assistants, Patient Care Assistant, and various certification test preparations in healthcare occupations.

Other areas of study at the Concorde Career Institute include:

Associate's

- A.A.S. in Nursing, Bridge Program Option
- A.A.S. in Radiologic Technology
- A.S. in Respiratory Therapy
- Applied Science in Nursing

Certifications or Diplomas:

- Advanced Respiratory Therapy
- Dental Assistant/Assisting
- Insurance Coding and Billing Specialist
- Massage Therapy
- Medical Administrative Assistant
- Pharmacy Technician
- Physical Therapist Assistant
- Surgical Technology/Technologist

SCHOOLS

Concorde currently has 12 locations across the U.S. to serve its students:

- Arlington, TX
- Aurora, CO
- Garden Grove, CA
- Jacksonville, FL
- Kansas City, MO
- Miramar, FL
- Memphis, TN
- North Hollywood, CA
- Portland, OR
- San Bernadino, CA
- San Diego, CA
- Tampa, FL

STUDENT LIFE

With 12 convenient locations, student have several options in locating a school in an area that is right for them. Concorde does not offer resident housing. As the focus at Concorde is on career training and placement, students should not expect a traditional college experience.

CONCLUSION

Concorde's mission is to open windows of opportunity for students, graduates, employees and the health care community. They believe in delivering quality training that provides entry level employment opportunities and career advancement options for their graduates. Concorde representatives are proactive and encourage input and feedback from potential employers to determine the needs of the community.

Concorde's graduates are well prepared to enter the workforce immediately upon graduation. Many students complete their externship and are hired for full-time permanent positions. The externship program allows employers to "test" their skills and their ability to learn quickly. The students hired to full-time have proven to be very eager to continue learning and to succeed. Concorde's program is doing a great job preparing students for not only technical skills but is also preparing them for careers and opening doors for opportunity.

Common Misspellings

Concord Career Institute, Concorde Careers Institute, Concorde Career Instatute, Concorde, Concorde Career Colleges, Concorde Careers



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Financial aid is the worst here. You will end up paying a lot of money! They teach you more than you need to know so they can charge more money for the coarse. You will know alot in the end though. The teachers are really good. It's better to go to a community college and get real financial aid! Enter at your own risk. posted Aug 16th, 2010 10:04 pm



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