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|Posted on July 12, 2018 at 7:41 PM||comments (83)|
According to Katrice Mubiru, Physical Therapy teacher, this is a question that a lot of her students ask. Here is her answer: If you check on-line you will see some jobs but they are highly competitive because they get many applicants. I still encourage my students to apply online but they should always do a follow up call if possible. The reason that you want to follow up by phone is to ensure that a live person actually does get a chance to see your resume/application. Oftentimes employers get overloaded with applications and may not get to yours unless until you call to inquire about the status of your application. This will make a world of difference because now you are not just an on-line forms but a person.
However I am still old school in many ways. I believe that the best way to land a job in this field is still face to face contact.
Once you have enrolled into or completed a course you can then start to apply for jobs/volunteering. Oftentimes when you volunteer that does lead to jobs. This has been working for many of my students for more than 15 years.
If you are looking for a good class, Valley Health Career College LLC, is offering a Home Study/4 night meeting course. For more information contact us:
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|Posted on February 23, 2013 at 5:13 PM||comments (94)|
If you enjoy helping others then Physical Therapy Aide may be the career for you. Physical Therapy Aides work under the supervision of a Licensed Physical Therapist. PT Aides perform a variety of skills such as therapeutic exercise, heat-therapy massage and more. It is a great time to get certified because according to the U.S. department of labor and statistics, employment opportunities will increase significantly than any other field between 2010 and 2020. Just follow the link below to see the projected growth for PT Aides:
If you would like more information about the course, please post your questions here or, email me: [email protected]