12 Things You Will Learn As a Nurse Aide

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Young nurse standing and elbow bumping a coworker as a greeting in the clinicDo you feel called to care for others? Consider Nurse Aide Training at Compass Career College! In approximately six weeks or 100 clocked hours, you can successfully complete the curriculum. Nurse Aides provide direct care to patients. Students will learn theory and develop clinical skills during this program.

5 Steps To Promote Yourself Online

Compass Cosmetics Edition

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Compass Career College Cosmetology student working in class.Promoting yourself online can be cost-effective and highly beneficial to your business. Having a social media platform that showcases your talent and personality can help you build a loyal clientele and a reputation. Your instructors at Compass will ensure you have the skill to wow any client, but it's up to you to show the world what you’re made of. Now more than ever, potential clients want to see your past work before they book with you. 

Top 5 Industries for Welding Jobs

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Compass Career College Pipe Technician student working in class.Welders work in a variety of industries, including aerospace and construction. Welding jobs are also plentiful in the shipbuilding, petrochemical, and manufacturing industries, among many other sectors where welders are needed to join metals together. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 43,400 new welding industry jobs will be added yearly through 2029. The bureau also reports that welders can earn an average of $42,490 per year, or $20.43 per hour. However, not everyone has an idea of what welding entails as their career choice. In this article, we will take a look at leading industries that hire welders and how to become a welder.

Cosmetology v. Esthetics, What’s the Difference?

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Compass Career College cosmetology student working in class.If you have recently considered a career in Cosmetology, you will have seen the many career paths open to you. The choice is yours if you want to become a hairstylist, a manicurist, a makeup artist, an entrepreneur, or an esthetician. So what is the difference, and how can the Cosmetology Program at Compass Career College prepare you?

Your guide to becoming a Medical Billing and Coding Professional

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Medical Assistant student drawing blood from another student in the classroom.Medical Billing and Coding, as a profession, falls under the wider category of medical specialists who act as a go-between for the medical office and insurance companies. A career field that’s expected to grow by 10% over the next decade in fact! Discover your path to becoming a vital representative in charge of a medical facility’s reimbursement and revenue stream.


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