3 Forms Of Continued Medical Education For Sonographers

Posted on: 8 May 2019

Once you have completed your degree and became a certified sonographer, you are not necessarily done with your training. Those who climb the highest on the employment ladder will consistently take new courses to enhance their skill sets and stay informed about the latest information. Additionally, continued education may be a requirement to maintain your certification in some states. While the basic degree as an ultrasound tech will allow you to work in many different areas of medical care, there are specific courses you may have to take in order to maintain your certifications.
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3 Reasons To Attend ESL Classes To Improve Your English

Posted on: 5 March 2018

Do you or does someone you know speak English as a second language? Have you or have they been wondering how you, or they, can have improved career prospects? While the United States may not have an official language, knowing how to speak English is something that is extremely important to most employers. Fortunately, there are classes that can be taken to improve your English level. Even if you are a highly self-motivated learner, there are some reasons why taking a class may be the right decision for you:
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How To Choose The Right Flight School To Become An Airline Pilot

Posted on: 26 August 2016

If you've always dreamed of becoming a commercial airline pilot, getting the best education you can with the  most qualified mentors is the first step of a rewarding career. While it may seem daunting if you have no training or experience, taking the first step and enrolling in an airline pilot training course will put you on the right path.  While there are a lot of pilot schools out there, you can narrow them down according to several factors, including cost and convenience.
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A Better Way To An "A" -- 4 Ways Ohio Families Can Reduce Dependence On Student Loans

Posted on: 25 August 2016

Ohioans looking for ways to reduce their dependence on student loans for sending their kids to college may feel like it's an uphill battle. But if both you and your child think outside the box, there may be a few new ways that work for your family. Here are four ideas to get you started. College Credit Plus. Like several other states, Ohio has initiated a program to help high school students earn college credits before they even graduate.
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