A Faster Track to Careers in Demanding Industries

Consort Institute is the premier provider of professional-level workforce training. The institute’s creative and career-oriented programs, with a novel delivery approach, offer the perfect niche between a typical training program and an academic degree to move you into the growing industries in the fastest time possible. If you are in transition, not satisfied with your career growth or industry, Consort Institute can help you fast track to new careers in the Demanding industries!

Information Session

Emory Continuing Education
12 Executive Park Dr, NE, Atlanta, GA 30329
404-406-9020
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Application

 
Email application to Admission@ConsortInstitute.com

Surging Career Fields

Consort Institute focuses on developing the new skill sets needed by the industries and fields with a tremendous potential for growth like healthcare, business intelligence, Big Data analytics, mobile app. development, and cybersecurity.

Consort Institute strives for offering practical and applied training programs to help with achieving your dream of an exciting career. All programs are conducted with the help of the industry practitioners to make sure there are no gaps between the acquired skill sets and the needs and requirements of the potential employers.

The success of the programs is demonstrated by the testimonials received from current and graduated professionals. Some reasons for the success of our programs are their hands-on training, close relationship with industry, highly experienced faculty and guest lecturers, student selection process, and the innovative structure of the curriculum. Please contact us to learn more about these exciting programs.

Our two premier programs, Accelerated Training in Health Information Technology for IT professionals (AT-HIT) and Accelerated Training in Health Information Technology for non-IT professionals are approved for the WIA funding.…

Events

Consort Institute’s President, Dr. M. Ghavi, was a featured Panelist at the Technology Association of Georgia’s (TAG) Health IT Leadership Summit. The focus of the event was to address current and future industry requirements necessary to expand, equip and sustain the professional workforce required to maximize HIT growth in Georgia. According to Dr. Ghavi, “An effective workforce development program must respond to three crucial requirements of the HIT industry: focused HIT knowledge, practical hands-on experience, and an understanding of the health care culture”.