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Impact your community working in healthcare

July 5, 2019 | Manitoba

The reward for being a healthcare worker is simple: you get to make a difference in people’s lives.

Each day, healthcare workers play a vital role in the delivery of services to help people deal with injury, illness, addiction, and other challenges.

They make a positive impact in their communities by ensuring people from all walks of life can improve their overall health and wellbeing.

If you want to make a difference as a healthcare worker, now might be the right time to start training for a career in this rewarding field.

One of the main benefits of this career path is the variety of opportunities available.

You can help people with recovery as an addictions worker, support people overcoming injury as a rehabilitation therapy assistant, or support doctors as a medical office assistant.

These important healthcare roles can lead to employment in a range of interesting settings. These include social services agencies, hospitals, care facilities, doctor’s offices, clinics, and more.

Another reason to consider this career is the opportunity to develop specialized skills.

Qualified employees in these healthcare roles need to know everything from CPR and treatment planning to customer service and billing.

To get started in this field, you’ll need the practical training today’s employers are looking for.

You can get that at CDI College’s campus in Winnipeg.

CDI College offers several healthcare programs, including Medical Office Assistant, Addictions and Community Services Worker, and Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant.

All of these programs are led by industry-experienced instructors and include real-world practicums or clinical placements.

To learn more, fill out the REQUEST INFO form.

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