Pune: Kohinoor Technical Institute (KTI) one of the India’s leading vocational training institute in partnership with Ruby Hall Clinic announces the launch of a complete programme in paramedical sciences, comprising several advanced diploma courses.
KTI will collaborate with Ruby Hospital in terms of providing top quality training, internship. KTI will also provide fully equipped classrooms with state of the art facilities for students followed by on the job training. This combined with theoretical knowledge from KTI’s highly trained faculty which will help students to obtain a rounded training programme. Course consists of 500 hrs per year training.
These allied healthcare professional programmes comprise of Advance Diploma’s in Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Imaging Technology (Radiology), Medical Imaging Technology (Anesthesia and Critical Care Technology), Renal Dialysis Technology, and Optometry & Ophthalmic Technology.
Sameer Joshi, CEO & Director, KTI says “The scope in the paramedical industry is phenomenal and KTI sees tremendous potential in this field. Currently, the gap in paramedical workforce is being managed by extensive on the job training of the workforce. This leaves a lot to be desired in terms of quality and efficiency. With Ruby Hall Clinic as our partner, we aim to bridge the gap between the demand of the healthcare industry and the supply of trained personnel by producing highly trained medical technicians, who meet industry needs.” After a great success with the paramedical course in Mumbai we are happy to launch the course in Pune.The Mumbai centre has a huge success with 100% placement.
The growing increase in demand for jobs led to the rise in demand for courses in this field. Kohinoor Technical Institute, pioneers in vocational education, is appropriately positioned to provide training in the growing field of paramedical sciences. According to a report by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), workforce requirements for the Healthcare sector is expected to grow from 35.9 lakh in 2013 to 74 lakh in 2022 which is more than double its existing workforce to meet the market demand. The demand is growing year on year providing good career opportunities for paramedical diploma holders.
“We are pleased to be partnering with KTI for the paramedical sciences programme. Ruby is a teaching hospital and is experienced in providing value based education which brings transformations to society. We believe KTI is the right partner given that they are an established institute and have a long standing track record in the educational space. We are confident in providing the best training and learning to our students, helping them achieve the criteria required by the healthcare industry” Says, BomiBhote, CEO of Ruby Hall Clinic.
The job opportunities within the sector are abundant and include opportunities in multispecialty hospitals, nursing homes, diagnostic centres, wellness industry, pathological labs and healthcare BPO’s among others. The objective of the course is to provide students theoretical and practical experience in their chosen specialisation. Each course’s duration is 2 years. After getting their diploma, students can enter the industry at the levels of Assistant Medical Lab technician, Assistant Blood Bank technician, Assistant Histopath technician, Assistant Microbiology technician, Executive – AR & Medical Billing, Assistant Critical care technician and other similar positions.
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