Video Preview: Medical Terminology Demystified with Instructor Michael Murphy
Medical Terminology Training through Workforce Development Grants
The Workforce Development Unit at the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) has successfully helped hundreds of NJ employers offer training to their staff through NJ Department of Labor (DOL) grants. This medical terminology course can be modified to suit the needs and initiatives of any organization and can help to develop the health care knowledge of workers in a variety of settings! Typically, there are no out of pocket costs to your business except the cost of paying the wages of your employees while they're being trained. This employee training course can also be combined with other course offerings and tailored into a customized program that fulfills your specific corporate training needs.
To receive DOL workforce training grant funding, your company must be NJ-based and free of any state tax liabilities. The qualification process takes about 5 minutes and requires very basic company information such as name, address and FEIN number.
If you would like to learn more about Michael Murphy's medical terminology course and the other training grant courses offered through OCPE, please contact us:
Sharon Gutterman, Senior Program Coordinator
About Michael Murphy, Medical Terminology Course Instructor
Michael Murphy is a Certified Medical Assistant who teaches a variety of workforce development grant courses for health care professionals on topics such as medical terminology.
In addition to his work with OCPE, Michael serves as the Medical Assistant Program Director at Sussex County Community College (SCCC). This is a multi-faceted role that includes responsibility for overall program effectiveness, re-accreditation, curriculum, program assessment, supervising and evaluating students, and more. Prior to securing this position at SCCC, he was the Medical Assistant Program Coordinator at the Berdan Institute, where he continues to teach as a Medical Assistant Instructor.
Michael's background also includes completion of the New Jersey Paramedic Program at Union County Community College and nine years of experience as the Chief of Emergency Medical Services for the Borough of North Arlington. He is a member of the NJ Society of Medical Assistants, where he served on the Board of Trustees from 2007-2010. He is also a member of the American Association of Medical Assistants and participated in the Test Development Task Force in 2007.