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  1. What is Medical Transcription?

  2. What does a Medical Transcriptionist do?

  3. How much can I make?

  4. What kind of assistance can I expect from MT School of Canada?

  5. Why should I choose MT School of Canada?

  6. How long does it take to complete the program?

  7. What kind of computer do I need for the program?

  8. What materials are included?

  9. Will I have one instructor I can contact?

  10. What type of transcription practice will I get with MT School of Canada?

  11. Can I sample the course before spending any money?

  12. What is a day in the life of an MT like?

  13. Will I really get help with job placement?

  14. Will I be a CMT when I graduate?

  15. What is a CMT?

  16. Can you tell me more about becoming a CMT?


Will I really get help with job placement?

Of course you will! MT School of Canada has access to a number of companies that have agreed to test our graduates. We provide a referral directory explaining where you may apply for jobs, along with contact information. We also help you create a great resume and have an entire module on gaining employment after graduation. That is, if you haven't already been offered a job before you graduate! Either way, we are there for you during your schooling and even after graduation.

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Will I be a CMT when I graduate?

No, the CMT is only available via a national examination process. What you will have is a valuable diploma stating you graduated from our program. If you would like to take the national CMT exam, we will give you detailed information upon graduation. For your convenience, we have provided some general information below.

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What is a CMT?

A CMT is a Certified Medical Transcriptionist. The American Association of Medical Transcription offers certification through testing.  You must have a minimum of two years' transcription practice (acute care or equivalent) before testing.  MT School of Canada's parent company is an educational member of the AAMT.

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Can you tell me more about becoming a CMT?

Sure, we'd love to! The American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT, now called ADHI) is the professional organization representing medical transcriptionists. (There are also other organization as well.) The AAMT offers testing which, if passed, will earn you your CMT credential. AAMT recommends students have at least two years' experience before attempting the exam. Because of the interaction and the advanced studies within our program, our students can graduate with more than enough knowledge to pass their CMT exams. Just another one of the MT School of Canada perks!

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