REDFORD TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN (MAY 21, 2013). — The Pozon Career Institute opened its doors in the City of Redford Township on March 1, 2013 by a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the help of the Redford Township Supervisor Tracey Schultz-Kobylarz. The Pozon Career Institute delivers quality education in Administrative and Clinical Medical Assistant, Administrative Dental Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding Specialist, Computer Office Specialist, Phlebotomy, Laboratory and EKG Technician, and Independent Recording Artist.
The Mission of the Pozon Career Institute, Inc. is to provide our students with viable occupational programs that meet the demands of the community and today’s labor markets; our primary focus is the success of our students. Our goal is to provide quality learning opportunities that encourage personal empowerment and enhances student enrichment.
About Pozon Career Institute
The Pozon Career Institute is a licensed Proprietary School founded in 2009 and is owned by Jonas and Timolin Pozon. The Pozon Career Institute provides occupational training programs to the public that lead to a Career Diploma or Certificate. The Institute is also listed on the Career Education Consumer Report Approved School List. For more information, please visit http://www.pozoncareers.com/.
About National Healthcareers Association (NHA)
The National Healthcareer Association was established in 1989 to implement national competency standards in several fields within allied healthcare. The NHA strives to develop and administer high stakes certifications that serve as a resource for allied health professionals and the healthcare industry. NHA has helped nearly 300,000 individuals become certified in allied health professions. Certified healthcare professionals may earn higher pay, qualify for better job opportunities, and have more career advancement options. For more information, please visit http://www.nhanow.com/.
Career Education Consumer Report (CECR)
Michigan’s Career Education Consumer Report is an electronic service that is set-up to assist individuals in finding available career education training programs in their area. Students can use the report to explore career options, set educational goals, and find the training they need to achieve them. For more information, please visit http://www.mycareereducation.org/.