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    Quote Originally Posted by solo8591 View Post
    hey yes it worth it i got my civil engineering in 2006 from PF and i work with that deploma and now i am almost finished this autocad class so the combination of this two (men yes it worth it )
    Are you saying that, having successfully completed your first Penn Foster instruction in 2006, that you attribute your ability to have almost completed
    yet another PF autocad course in a mere 7 years to the exceptional quality of their instructors and course materials?
    That sounds about right to me.
    Consider yourself one of the lucky ones.

    You have asked quite a few questions on the forum in the last 2 weeks, which is just fine, we are (ReMark mostly) happy to help.
    Is there a reason you don't ask your salaried PF instructors for their help?
    I seem to recall having read somewhere that they are eager to help.
    Or perhaps it was that they are eager to get paid?
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    Penn-Foster offers a civil engineering degree?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Penn-Foster offers a civil engineering degree?
    Giving new meaning to recipe for disaster.
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    Funny, their website (checked moments ago) does not list civil engineering under Career Diplomas or Certificate Programs. No mention what-so-ever of civil engineering. Was the program dropped?

    You should see the list of programs offered. Talk about a diploma mill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Funny, their website (checked moments ago) does not list civil engineering under Career Diplomas or Certificate Programs. No mention what-so-ever of civil engineering. Was the program dropped?

    You should see the list of programs offered. Talk about a diploma mill.
    I have seen it before.
    Hard to believe they have enough instructors to cover such a diverse range of courses, unless of course you understand exactly what they are expected to do for their students.
    I would hate to have the surgical nurse share with me, just as I was starting to go under on the gurney headed into
    the OR that she got her certificate from PF.
    They offer LAW Degrees too ... heaven help us all.
    No, no, your honor please, get me a P.D.!
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    Not to worry there Dadgad. I am a State of Connecticut 100% certified Surgical Technician (2000 hours of hands on training + school over an 18 month period). Give me a call if you ever need to visit the OR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Not to worry there Dadgad. I am a State of Connecticut 100% certified Surgical Technician (2000 hours of hands on training + school over an 18 month period). Give me a call if you ever need to visit the OR.
    That's hard to believe! I don't believe I ever saw YOU post any questions about prophylaxis on the forum?
    Must not have gone to PF then.
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    I'm glad you used the correct terminology and did not say prophylactics.
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    yes it was the civil engineering program but they drop it in 2007 so i am in the last graduate in that field . hahha sory .

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    Quote Originally Posted by solo8591 View Post
    yes it was the civil engineering program but they drop it in 2007 so i am in the last graduate in that field . hahha sory .
    How long did it take to complete their civil engineering diploma and what did it cover?

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