Phlebotomy Career Training is a leading institute offering medical careers and certifications to students passionate about becoming healthcare professionals and working in the medical field. The courses we offer, both online and in-class, have a completion rate of 99%. Many institutes typically lose around 35% of their enrolled students from the start to the end of the course. In fact, many online courses have an average dropout rate of over 50%. The major reason for this major dropout rate is concentrating all the efforts on attracting new clients instead of focusing on the students and teaching approaches.Phlebotomy Career Training has successfully managed to maximize its course completion rate, and we’ll tell you how!
Why is Phlebotomy Career Training’s Course Completion Rate 99%?
Instead of investing their efforts in attracting new students, the Phlebotomy Career Training (PCT) team on its teaching approach to increase the knowledge retention of their current students and the maximum completion of their courses. This has given them excellent results.Involving students and motivating them to be creative, engage, and actively participate in their learning process are the best ways to improve knowledge retention rates. And this is how PCT has achieved a 99% course completion rate.
PCT Uses Effective Online Training Tools
Finding high-quality online training tools that allow for creating a course and seamlessly delivering the lessons and educational material to learners is the first step to increasing the completion rate. Particularly for online students, it is important to consider that they access learning materials from various devices and operating systems. Not everyone has the latest version of programs and software and has excellent bandwidth.Technical difficulties and steep learning curves with online training software are among the top reasons students drop out of online classes. Therefore, online teachers and instructors must deliver courses through multiple compatible online training platforms and tools.
PCT Said Goodbye to Passive Learning
Traditional teacher-centered teaching styles have never been as effective as student-centered approaches, especially in online teaching.Various studies have shown that teachers and students benefit from switching from passive learning to adopting active learning, seeking to motivate students, be creative, engage and actively participate in the learning process. The instructors assigned to courses at PCT engage and interact with students in real time, offering feedback and answering their questions and concerns. They engage with students through active learning, enabling them to perform better and achieve better results.
Provides Learning Paths Tailored to Each Student
Every student is different and has their own approach to learning. Some are visual learners; others need a more practical approach. Some struggle to master concepts, while others struggle with practical tasks.Phlebotomy Career Training provides students with personalized learning paths, allowing them to learn at their own pace.As mentioned above, the dropout rates on average are 35%, and the elements mentioned have proven to be quite fruitful. Completion rates for the PCT courses have skyrocketed, reaching 99%, and student achievement has also improved significantly.
Interested in Registering for a Phlebotomy Career Training Course?
Register for your desired course today if you’re passionate about becoming a certified phlebotomist, IV technician, Medical Assistant, or more. Our graduates thrive in the medical field and have a high occupancy rate in top medical facilities nationwide.There are so many more choices to consider as you browse a wide range of courses available both online and in class in many different fields of healthcare. You can become a certified dialysis technician, a patient care technician, an electrocardiogram technician, or even a medical coding & billing professional.
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