MCC features an ABRET Approved END Technologist Program that Micromed is proud to support
The Midwestern Career College (MCC), based in Chicago, IL, features one of only a few American Board of Registered Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologists (ABRET) approved programs that help pave the way for students to receive their R. EEG T. certification.
Micromed USA has proudly partnered with the college to help support the program and its students through several initiatives. Micromed’s support will include a scholarship, EEG hardware, and software featuring the latest technology and additional educational content from Micromed USA’s Clinical Specialist and R. EEG T. Steve Novakovsky.
“Our strategic partnership with MCC is exciting because we can add to the student experience while building relationships with these future decision-makers and influencers,” says Micromed CEO David Baker, “this will also help strengthen Micromed brand awareness in the US.”
According to Jeremy Oberfeld, MCC’s CEO, “Students will benefit greatly from the resources Micromed will offer to enhance their learning. The collaboration between Midwestern Career College and Micromed will bring much-needed attention to career opportunities in neurodiagnostics, attracting more qualified candidates to fill the demand in this exciting industry.”
The partnership is another stepping stone for Micromed to increase its brand awareness in the US while supporting industry stakeholders.
About Midwestern Career College (MCC) is a higher education institution offering certificates and degree programs focused mostly on careers in the health care industry and business. Established in 2004, the institution operates multiple campuses across the Chicago-metro region, and educates local and international students in the technical fields of electroneurodiagnsotics (EEG Techs), MRI, ultrasound, surgical technology, medical assisting and dialysis. MCC is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, authorized by the Illinois Board of Higher Education to operate in the State of IL, and approved to offer Title IV financial aid by the U.S. Department of Education.