Legacy Healthcare Careers has come up with yet another creative way to help certain new students save some much-needed money on their tuition and fees while rewarding them for prior healthcare career training, work experience or schooling. In essence, a $50 allowance will be granted to newly enrolled students who possess workplace and/or scholastic experience in the medical field or healthcare sector.
The Healthcare Experience Allowance offers new enrollees with healthcare experience or previous training the opportunity to obtain a $50 allowance to be applied toward tuition at Legacy Healthcare Careers. This monetary allowance is really useful in the context that it can help offset some often-forgotten expenses associated with attendance such as gas, lunch money, school supplies, transportation and so forth.
To be eligible for the Healthcare Experience Allowance, newly enrolled students must have prior experience or training in the healthcare or medical fields. Attendees can have experience as a home health aide, emergency medical technician, medical assistant, nursing assistant (CNA), phlebotomy technician, dialysis technician direct care worker, transporter, patient care technician, 911 dispatcher or personal care attendant.
Other persons who are eligible to receive the Healthcare Experience Allowance include students in nursing school, healthcare occupational programs, and other health science training programs. To download the $50 voucher, click here to visit Legacy Healthcare Career’s school website, then scroll until the Healthcare Experience Allowance section is found. As always, call (682)313-6404 for questions, concerns or more information.
Once the voucher is accessed, show it to a school official at Legacy Healthcare Careers during the enrollment process in person, either by printing it out or displaying it using a cell phone. The voucher is valid for $50 off the usual tuition and/or fees at the time of registration. Enrolled students cannot receive additional allowances or discounts off the previously agreed-upon tuition and fees after enrolling. Discounts cannot be combined.