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Career Step Partners with Computer Learning Center to Help Students Gain Careers in Growing Healthcare Industry
Date:7/22/2009

Career Step has partnered with Computer Learning Center to offer training to individuals interested in pursing careers in medical transcription and medical coding and billing.

Provo, Utah (PRWEB) July 22, 2009 -- Career Step, a leading online healthcare education company, has partnered with Computer Learning Center (CLC), with locations in Las Vegas and Phoenix, to offer training to individuals interested in pursing careers in medical transcription and medical coding and billing.

"We're excited about the career education opportunities our partnership will bring to Computer Learning Center students," said Career Step's Vice President of Business Services, Cameron Loflin. "Through our partnership with CLC, students will gain the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the growing fields of medical transcription and medical coding and billing."

Computer Learning Center Director George David decided to partner with Career Step because of Career Step's reputation for quality educational programs and the online format of the Medical Transcription and Medical Coding and Billing programs. This online format provides students access to a variety of interactive resources and also allows them to have extremely flexible schedules as they complete their education and prepare for their new careers in the growing healthcare industry.

"Online education is an effective way to learn a trade, skill, or earn a college degree, all from the privacy of your own home and wherever you have an internet connection," said Director George David.

Computer Learning Center will be holding two informational Open Houses at each of its locations for those interested in learning more about the advantages of training through Computer Learning Center's Career Step offerings and the attractive career opportunities in the fields of medical transcription and medical codi
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