Get the Skills to Be a Medical Office Assistant
70 Week Online Medical Office Assistant Program in Canada
If you’re interested in working with and helping others, and are looking to get into a steady professional career, you could be well-placed to succeed in a rewarding Medical Office Assistant position.
As a Medical Office Assistant or unit clerk, you’ll make an important contribution to the health and wellness of your community while working in a clean, comfortable office setting.
Becoming a Qualified Medical Office Professional
As a successful graduate of the CD-ED Medical Office Assistant program, you will be proficient in office practices and software, enabling you to manage a medical office, receive visitors, and build applications. Our program places a strong emphasis on learning medical terminology, office management and communications throughout the program.
- Medical terminology
- Working with medical reports and documents
- Medical Transcription
- Quickbooks accounting and payroll
- Managing databases
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Professionalism and Ethics
- Business English and Communications
- Receiving visitors
With online learning, you’ll develop a personal attitude for success. Our training programs not only teach the technical skills for the career, but include time management practices that help you become a successful, organized professional.
You will be able to communicate clearly, collaborate with others, and build workplace relationships.
“I was thinking of going to the local college, but I didn’t want to stop working. And I always had hard time concentrating in class, when there’s a lot of people around, lot of noises… One day I was browsing on the Internet, I ended up on the CD-ED website, ordered the info package, and here I am now, graduated! I just LOVED my experience with CD-ED, the staff is totally awesome.”
– Jolaine Haiche, Medical Office Administration Graduate
Applicants to this program must have a high school diploma or GED. If you do not have your high school diploma or GED, click here for more information on resources in your province.
Advances in technology and an aging population are actually creating growth in the healthcare field right now.
The Working in Canada Occupational Outlook report projects as many as 17,200 new jobs throughout the country through 2024. (NOC 1414-C)
Successful students will participate in a virtual practicum, allowing for real-world experience and better job prospects.
A medical office is a dynamic place with a wide variety of activities in many healthcare settings. You could work in doctor’s offices, hospitals, medical and rehabilitation centers, chiropractic and alternative healthcare settings, and more!
Are You Career Training Ready? Find Out!
Take the CD-ED “Career Training Readiness Quiz”
The fun, online quiz takes 3-minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for.
Get Your Career Training Readiness score now.
Online Education: Career Training that Fits Your Life
Get the skills and confidence you need to launch a successful professional career – without the stress, cost and hassles of traditional schooling.
Online training is an excellent option for many, but, like anything worthwhile, it’s not always a breeze. You will need to be able to devote 20-25 hours per week to your course work (4-5 hours per day, 5 days per week), in order to stay on track.
With some personal commitment and CD-ED’s proven and recognized Distance Learning system, you could be ready to start a rewarding professional career in 1 year, without disrupting your life.
With CD-ED, you’ll train from the comfort of home, but you’re FAR from on your own.
Many of our graduates say that our experienced and dedicated staff sets us apart from many other online institutions. The instructors and guidance counselors take a personal interest in each student’s progress and success. You’ll have unlimited one-on-one support via email, chat, online classroom webinars and toll-free phone calls – even after you graduate!
Our Alumni are our students for life. We provide lifetime career placement support, skills development and encouragement throughout your career journey.
As a CD-ED student you can pursue both Provincial and Federal Student Loans and a wide variety of other options including Government Agency programs, student credit, corporate bursaries, and much more.
If you’re considering Financial Aid to help finance your career training, we highly recommend you contact a Financial Planner first.
Applying for Financial Aid can be a complicated procedure, but our experienced staff will break it down and walk you through the process simply and easily.
Our continued commitment to the ongoing achievement of our students and the success CD-ED alumni enjoy is in part of why CD-ED recently received a 95% satisfaction rating from former students.
Is the Medical Office Assistant Program Right For You?
Get More Info…
If you’re interested in learning more about careers in Medical Office Assistant, and exploring whether Online Learning with CD-ED is right for you, fill out the form on the side of this page to receive information.
A helpful CD-ED Admissions Representative will be happy to answer any questions and can help with everything from career paths to financial aid.
To speak to a friendly and knowledgeable CD-ED Admissions Representative right away, call 1-866-369-6050.
Required For Enrollment: All applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent prior to enrollment. For any questions about eligibility, please call 1-866-369-6050 to speak with a knowledgeable CD-ED Admissions Representative.
* Pending approval from the Department of Labour & Advanced Education. Accepting applications of interest for pending January 2017 start date.