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Benefits & Advantages of Career Training Programs

by on March 12th, 2019 in Articles News

You feel it’s time to invest in your career but you’re not sure how. Maybe you’ve thought about an Associate or Bachelor’s Degree program but don’t have the money or the time. Maybe you’ve heard about career training programs, but why choose one over traditional college? Let’s look at a few reasons.

Time to Completion

An associate degree takes two years to complete and a bachelor’s degree, four. Career training programs are much shorter. For example, Ayers Career College’s Pharmacy Technician program takes just thirty-six weeks, this includes both classroom instruction and hands-on training. So, there’s no fear of corner-cutting or being ill-equipped for the job after completion.

Lower Tuition and Tuition Assistance

An associate’s or bachelor’s degree takes a lot of your time and money. Reports on ballooning student debt are in the news a lot lately. A career training program has two advantages here. First, it costs much less money than a traditional degree. Secondly, you’ll still be eligible for various tuition assistance and financial aid tools to pay for it.

In-Demand Skills Training

Many career training programs are available. These include Medical Assistant, HVAC-R Tech, Electronic Tech and various certification prep courses including A+ and Network+. The skills provided by just one of these programs are many. For example, the Electronic Tech training program teaches skills in the installation and repair of fire and alarm systems, audio and video including home theater systems, cable tv, and internet services. This program, like many others, includes a wide range of topics in both classroom and hands-on training. It includes topics such as electronics theory, electric circuits, microprocessors, computer technology, service and installation, control systems and soldering.

Find Out More

It’s clear that there are many opportunities with the right training in high-demand fields. Are you ready to take the first step toward a career transition in a high-demand field?  Call today to start your path to a better career: 1-800-317-0131.

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