Are you looking to offer your students high-quality, engaging and interactive allied health courses without the hassle of developing content from scratch? Partnering with MedCerts is what you need for staying up-to-date with the latest trends and practices, especially in today's rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
MedCerts, a leading online training provider, offers various healthcare-related courses and certifications. Through our content licensing offerings, you can access top-notch course content and seamlessly integrate it into your curriculum. Here're six reasons for choosing MedCerts to license content for your curriculum.
Creating an effective and engaging curriculum from scratch can be time-consuming. By licensing content from MedCerts, you save significant time and go to market faster. MedCerts' courses are designed to meet the needs of today's learners and are updated regularly to keep pace with changes in the healthcare industry.
Time is money, and launching new programs in time can make all the difference. You can offer your students relevant, up-to-date and effective courses by leveraging our content.
One of the biggest advantages of licensing content from MedCerts is affordability. Creating a course from scratch can also be costly. By licensing content, you save money without compromising on quality. MedCerts' courses are professionally designed to be highly engaging, interactive and effective. By integrating our content into your curriculum, you can offer high-quality courses at an affordable price.
Licensing content from MedCerts also comes with no upfront cost. MedCerts' content licensing is designed to be flexible and affordable. You only pay for courses when learners enroll in your programs. This allows you to integrate our content into your curriculum without breaking the bank.
Another advantage of licensing content from MedCerts is the wide range of courses on offer. We have a vast library of over 30+ frontline healthcare programs including:
Sterile processing technician,
Surgical technologist, and
By partnering with MedCerts, you can choose the courses that best suit your curriculum and your student's needs.
MedCerts' courses are interactive, engaging and effective. Our programs use various multimedia elements to keep learners engaged and help them retain information better. By licensing our content, your students benefit from immersive 3D environments, game-based learning and software simulations. These elements can increase student motivation, participation and overall success.
Finally, licensing content from MedCerts comes with the advantage of customization. MedCerts' content is flexible and can be tailored to meet your specific needs. This feature allows you to adapt our content to fit your curriculum, teaching style and students' needs. With customization, you can offer your students a more personalized learning experience, helping increase engagement and motivation.
Partnering with MedCerts by licensing our course content can help you offer your students high-quality, engaging and effective allied health courses. With their content licensing program, you can go to market faster, save money and offer your students a wide range of courses designed to meet their needs. You also avoid the hassle and cost of developing content from scratch. So, what are you waiting for? Contact MedCerts today to learn more about our content licensing program and how it can benefit your curriculum.
Patrick Verda is MedCerts' Director of Partnerships and a senior-level sales leader. With more than 20 years of sales and sales management experience in the Ed-Tech sector, Patrick understands the complex needs and challenges that organizations face, and he enjoys working collaboratively to address these challenges.
Patrick spent years in various sales and sales management roles at Blackboard, IBM, and Cengage Learning. Patrick earned a BA from Illinois Wesleyan University and a Master of Business Administration from Hamilton University.
Patrick resides in Bloomington, IL with his wife and four grown children. He is a member of the advisory board for the Chicago-based nonprofit 'Cardz For Kidz'.