Porter and Chester Institute Creates Infographic about the Administrative Health Specialist Career

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Career training school Porter and Chester Institute introduces the career of an Administrative Health Specialist in its brand new infographic

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Careers in healthcare are in such high demand

Porter and Chester Institute, a career-training school with locations in Connecticut and Massachusetts, has created an infographic that highlights the career of an Administrative Health Specialist. The infographic provides a wealth of information about the skills, training and career possibilities for Administrative Health Specialists.

Administrative Health Specialist- Make a Difference while Making a Living” answers a range of questions for those considering the career. It provides a detailed job description and data on salary and job prospects. While the infographic focuses on the specialty, it also explains why, in general, careers in healthcare are in such high demand. According to the infographic, new technologies, an increase in preventive care, and an aging population all combine to make healthcare a growth industry with plenty of employment opportunity.

Describing the skills and knowledge required to be an Administrative Health Specialist, the infographic also outlines the Porter and Chester Institute Administrative Health Specialist program and all it offers its students. Small class sizes, passionate instructors, hands-on training and a team of career service advisors are just a few of the reasons students might choose Porter and Chester Institute. The program can also be completed in as little as nine months.

Anyone wishing to learn more about the career of an Administrative Health Specialist can check out the infographic now or visit the school’s website for more detail about all of the Porter and Chester Institute programs.

About Porter and Chester Institute:
Porter and Chester Institute is a Connecticut-based post-secondary institution with more than 60 years of experience providing technical, business, and healthcare occupational preparation. Founded in 1946, the Institute trains more than 3,000 students annually through its nine campuses in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Porter and Chester Institute is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), is approved by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education, and licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Professional Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education. Porter and Chester Institute uses hands-on education to prepare students for successful careers in a variety of fields.

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