Modesto >Adult and Continuing Education > Abrams College
201 E Rumble Rd Ste E, Modesto, CA | Directions 9535037.681843 -120.993310
I just graduated from my Pharmacy Tech class a couple of weeks ago and I am very satisfied with the program and school in general. Schedule was convenient , the teacher was great and tuition was reasonable without a doubt. I would definitly recommend Abrams to other people. I personally found out about the school from one of my friends so decided to share my experience with other people also. Check it out.
Recommend – I went to Abrams to get my EMT-1 Certification a few month ago. Enjoyed the class. I didn't have any medical training before taking this course and I learned a lot in 5 weeks. I also took this class because I wanted to see if I like medical field at the first place without spending too much time and money. I didn't want to spend months and months in class and a lots of money and then figure out that I don't like the field. That was one of the reasons why I went to this school.What I liked about the school is schedule, instructor was very good, we had enough equipment to practice, job placement assistance was available to us. School also has other programs to offer and I am considering taking Medical Assistant also.
I took their EMT-1 class. Very happy with the school. Instructor was knowledgable and I enjoyed the class overall. Passed my national registry first time. Class is just 5 weeks and I had to study really hard and pay attention in class,but it paid off after all. I don't know if they changed the schedule, back then it was Friday -Sunday, which was good for me. Exellent class.Guys,go check it out.
I switched to Pharmacy Tech – I graduated from Abrams College in 2007. Actually I came in with my friend to signed up for the Phlebotomy class, but after thinking it over switched to Pharmacy tech. Nothing was wrong . I just realized that phlebotomy wasn't for me . I've heard from other people that phlebotomy was a good career,but I felt it wasn't right for me personally.My friend ended up taking Phlebotomy . Switching classes wasn't a problem at all. They were very understanding at the school.As most of my classamtes I was able to keep my job, because the class schedule was so convinient. And also program was priced pritty good. Anyway, after I graduated from Abrams it took me about four weeks to get my registration number and I was on my way looking for a job as a pharmacy tech. I currently work as a pharmacy tech at the hospital which I am sooooooo happy about. I would definitely recommend this school to other people.
Went to Abrams for Phlebotomy Certification – I went to Abrams College for my phlebotomy certification six month ago and I am already working.What I liked about the class and school in general is location, class schedule was just perfect for me. I also had very good instructor and I was able to take my national at the school and didn't have to drive anywhere to take the test.. Other than that, I wish class size was a bit smaller, but maybe it's a good sign:)
everything worked out for me – I went to Abrams College last year to be a Pharmacy tech. Class was just 14 weeks and the schedule was pritty convenient also. Honestly, I was looking for a job for a couple of month. I didn't have any experience as a Pharmacy Tech , so I started as a clerk at Longs and after working for about four month they moved me up. As right now I work as a Pharmacy Tech. Everything worked out.When I signed up for the class they told me that they had job placement asistance. Wanna tell you YES they do and it helped me when I was looking for a job. Office staff tells you exactly what they can and can't do. My instructor was really good. He made it easy to understand the material and I learned a lot in my class. My advice is go check out the school, ask questions. People are very friendly out there. I think program is reasonably priced and I didn't have to spend a lot of time and money for my schooling. i just wanted to graduate and start working . By the way one of my friends is planning on starting Pharmacy Tech class . GOOD LUCK TO EVERYBODY:)
Do your homework – I was shopping around for a while before I made up my mind. Guys, do your homework, go check out the school for yourself. I did. Abrams College is a small school, but they are around for years. I learned a lot in my medical assistant class in a short time and the teacher was great. I just wish classes were a little bit longer. Office staff is very helpful. They know their stuff.I am looking forward to start a new career as a medical assistant and I am happy with choice I made.
I took two classes at Abrams – I went to Abrams College last year to become a Medical Assistant . Class was really nice and I came back this year to take Phlebotomy Certification. The fact that Tuition prices are reasonable allowed me to do that.I was interning at the nice hospital where everybody was very nice and patient with me. After I finished my internship I came back to my school and they told me what to do next and walked me through the paperwork . I also called a few times with some questions and it was always somebody to help me out . It made me fill that they care about students. I still work as a Medical Assistant,but my pay went up. I am happy about the career choice i made. No doubt in my mind.I am aslo sure I made a right decision picking the school.
I had a good experience – My friend told me about this school and I went to check it out. Person at the front desk was very friendly. She answered all of my questions and gave me a little tour, because I wanted to see the classrooms. I even had a chance to speak with the instructor. I ended up taking Pharmacy Tech class, graduated in August.It was sad to leave the school and I stop by from time to time just to say " HI". As right now I work as a Pharmacy Technician and truly enjoy my job. If you are thinking about taking a class go and check out Abrams College.
Really Good School – Attended Phamacy Tech class at Abrams . Must admit it was a good decision. I learned a lot. Instructor was great. He made learning easy and fun . Office staff was always nice and very helpful. I really liked class schedule, because I could keep my old job when I was in school and I must tell you guys tuition was reasonable also. I did my internship at Long's and it was a good experience also. I work as a Pharmacy Tech right now and really happy with my career choice. I would recommend Abrams College to anyone who wants to start career in medical field. Great school!
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