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The College of Health Care Professions - Fort Worth

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So for the most part the teachers IBright
So for the most part the teachers I had during my time there were very helpful and friendly. They always had working as top priority but would socialize with the students and share their experiences. When it boils down to it as a hybrid student only doing two nights a week, having to do 90% of work online, and handling things at home is difficult. This type of schooling is ment to be flexable and more convient. With the right permissons anyone can attend.


My biggest complaint would be how often they will pull you out of class to get payments. I had one classmate be in the start of class for five minutes and they call her to the office just for payments. If you don't pay on time, they will pull you out EVERYDAY you attend class just to recieve the payment. This cuts into class time and causes a fair amount of stress I'm sure.

The next concern would be that when going through your externship, if for any reason a site does not like you they can easliy have you removed, weather they are honest or use false acusations. Few of my classmates had to continue later or completely start over. With my own case I had been removed from a site half way through and had waited 3 weeks to get another. These externships are 180 hours, they in no shape or form easy to complete along side a full time job and a family at home. Personally I had to being working again and could not complete when they were finally ready. With that being said I was told there and then about their "10 day rule" where if a student does not begin extern within 10 days they have to start their 180 all over. Still confused how I had waited 3 weeks and felt pressured to make a desicion I decided that family was priority and I would finish later like they said I could. A few weeks later they removed me from the program and send me a letter instead of reaching out to me to see what I could do. At the end of the day if you can't comply fully they throw you out.

1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Useful Schoolwork: A+, Faculty Accessibility: D-
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Enrollment/Orientation is all UPBEAT through the Module 1.Not so bright
Enrollment/Orientation is all UPBEAT through the Module 1. Program specific entry (Module 2) is mostly a culture shock form Mod-1. The DAY Program Director & Instructor (is the same) for Medical Coding/Billing is very smart/knowledgeable in her field. There is too much "middle/high school" childish behavior going on in the classroom dailythat she participates in w/students that go along; to get along (vice-versa). Event Planning: what we're gonna wear/eat/do is more important than learning the skill set she is being paid to teach, that's gonna matter out in the Field of Application. Her teaching style is very little handouts (if any); you're basically on YOUR OWN. This was financial aid funding WASTED INDEED! If you want to experience partying with secular music videos (twerking) & songs played all throughout the day; then CLUB-MCB is the place to be!
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
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