The Pitman Training Medical Receptionist Diploma sets the standard. Covering 8 critical subjects, you’ll graduate with a wealth of practical skills, ready to impress in your new role.
You can complete our medical receptionist course in as little as 10 weeks or take up to one year. Its completely up to you! Our flexi-study method means you can start any time and study at times to suit you in our London Holborn, London Notting Hill, Croydon or Manchester training centres – or even online with distance learning!
What We Cover.
This exciting medical receptionist course covers 7 core modules and one “elective,” where you get to choose a subject from our extensive course list!
Who Should Study This Medical Receptionist Course?
This nationally recognised diploma programme is open to everyone, from complete beginners with no office of medical experience, to experienced workers. We can slot you in at whatever your current skills level. And if you already have some pertinent skills or experience, you may not need to take the full course, simply taking the exams in those modules!
To find out more, why not have a chat with our friendly, knowledgeable course advisors?
London Holborn – 020 7025 4700
London Notting Hill – 020 7792 5214
Croydon – 020 8688 0378
Manchester – 0161 923 6814
When Does It Start And How Does It Work?
The Pitman Training methodology allows you to start your course at any time – there’s no waiting for term to start! And you choose your study hours. We’re open daytimes, evenings and Saturdays so you can blend your studies around your other commitments.
What About My Employability?
While we can’t make any promises that you’ll find a job on the back of this diploma programme, you can be confident that you will have skills that are attractive to recruiters in the NHS, in hospitals, health centres and GP’s surgeries, as well as in private practice.
In addition to these skills, however, you’ll need to write a great CV and develop your interview style. To help you with this, we have a wonderful course called “Go Get That Job!” This would make an ideal elective subject if you need help in those areas.