Monthly Archives: August 2020

How Can the Flowtime Technique Help Me? Finding Power Through Productivity

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In my previous “Finding Power Through Productivity” blog, I wrote about my experience trying out the Pomodoro Technique. To continue finding the best productivity solution for me, I decided to try out the Flowtime Technique. I’ll share the pros and cons of the method, how it compares to the Pomodoro Technique, and the overall effectiveness of the method. What is the Flowtime Technique? The Flowtime Technique is similar to

Instructor Spotlight: Cynthia Wright, Pharmacy Tech

    Our Instructor Spotlight is on our Pharmacy Technician Academy instructor, Cynthia Wright, MPAH, CPhT. She also teaches for Allied Health and at Georgia Northwestern Technical College, and she has a master’s degree in public health administration.   Marah: What professional experience do you have relating to the course you are teaching? Cynthia: I’m a Certified Pharmacy Technician and a nationally-registered pharmacy technician. When I became a technician

6 Rewarding Reasons to Become Supply Chain Certified

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Have you considered becoming a Certified Supply Chain Professional, but are still on the fence about beginning the process? There are several benefits to becoming certified (besides having a new, fancy CSCP designation beside your name). Take a look at six rewarding reasons why you should take the leap and begin preparing for the exam. (Disclaimer: Make sure you qualify to earn your designation by visiting the Exam Preparation,

Instructor Spotlight: Suzette Bowers, CMA and Phlebotomy Tech

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  Our Instructor Spotlight is on our Clinical Medical Assistant Academy and Phlebotomy Tech Academy instructor, Suzette Bowers, Ed.S. Not only does Suzette serve as an instructor for CPE, but she also develops the curriculum for the Clinical Medical Assistant Academy. Currently, she is working on creating a 9-month blended Clinical Medical Assistant program for UTC. Marah: What professional experience do you have relating to the course you are