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Certified Professional Coder Workshop Registration

Register online to attend the Certified Professional Coder Workshop in preparation for the CPC exam.

To be a Certified Professional Coder you MUST pass this mandatory exam. Students are urged to attend and take advantage of the classes in preparation for their exam.

The comprehensive two-day bootcamp session will cover all Coding-related courses and will be held at 81 Willoughby St (Brooklyn Campus) on October 7th and 8th, 2013.

 

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APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 4, 2013

PTCB REVIEW DETAILS

DATE: OCTOBER 7 and 8, 2013
LOCATION: 81 WILLOUGHBY STREET ROOM: W-208
SEE DETAILED CLASS SCHEDULE BELOW

REVIEW CLASSES DATES, TIME AND LOCATION

DAY 1: Monday, October 7, 2013

DATETIMESUBJECTINSTRUCTORLOCATION
10/78:48am – 9:00amRegistrationN/AW-208
10/79::00am – 12:00pmMed TerminologyProf. ArmaniousW-208
10/712pm – 12:30pmLunchN/AW-208
10/712:300m – 3:00pmICD CodingProf. ZulaybarW-208

DAY 2: Tuesday, October 8, 2013

DATETIMESUBJECTINSTRUCTORLOCATION
10/78:48am – 9:00amRegistrationN/AW-208
10/79::00am – 12:00pmAnatomy and PhysiologyProf. ArmaniousW-208
10/712pm – 12:30pmLunchN/AW-208
10/712:300m – 3:00pmCPT CodingProf. GaonkarW-208

YOU MUST SUBMIT REGISTER ONLINE OR IN PERSON TO ATTEND THE  REVIEW.

APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 7, 2013

For any inquiries, please contact Prof. Zulaybar.

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