Live Online Info Session

Schedule

September 16, 2020 4:00 - 5:00 PM (PT)

Unit Clerk Certificate

Join us for Live Online Info Session with the program instructor for Unit Clerk Certificate program.  Ashton College staff will also be available to advise and answer your questions about admissions and other general questions about Unit Clerk Certificate.

The Unit Clerk Course is designed to prepare graduates for employment as a Unit Clerk, Health Unit Clerk, Hospital Unit Clerk or Nursing Unit Clerk. The Unit Clerk is responsible for looking after the administrative and clerical requirements of a health care unit enabling the unit to function smoothly and effectively.   


We look forward to connecting with you online!

To find our more about Unit Clerk Certificate:

https://www.ashtoncollege.ca/programs/unit-clerk-course/ 

Live Interactive Info Session On Zoom:
All the registered participants will get an invitation and link to join the session through email.

Career Opportunities as a Unit Clerk:

Graduates of the Unit Clerk Certificate program will be able to obtain a position as a Unit Clerk in either private or public settings. Career options may include:

  1. Unit Clerk    
  2. Health Unit Clerk 
  3. Hospital Unit Clerk 
  4. Nursing Unit Clerk  
  5. Emergency Health Service Call Taker 
  6. Patient Transfer Network Coordinator 
  7. Scheduling Clerk 

Instructor for the Info Session:  

I am an internationally educated nurse and a graduate of Master of Arts in Education. My teaching experience includes being a clinical instructor for 9 years. I taught varying nursing subjects and facilitated the clinical practice of students in several clinical areas. I also taught medical office administration in one of the private colleges in Toronto. I also work as a curriculum developer for the Pharmacy Assistant Certificate Course at George Brown College in Toronto.

My work experience includes working in the clinical area like delivery room, neonatal intensive care unit, and the community. I also work as a pharmacy assistant in one of the community pharmacies in Toronto. My whole career and teaching experience taught me that there’s never a due date in learning. What it takes is determination, focus, and hard work. As an educator, I aim that my students can transfer what they learn in the classroom to the real world.

Sheila Mae Sia

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