Why I want to become a medical coding job
I’m a keen sports fan and I’ve always wanted to work in a medical setting.
I’m currently pursuing a masters degree in Computer Science from UCL and am working towards completing my PhD in this field.
But I’ve also got a degree in Exercise Science and I know a bit about exercise physiology, so I thought I’d take the plunge and apply for a job.
This year, I was lucky enough to be offered a job as a clinical trainer at a sports clinic.
The job is in fact very similar to the job I applied for and it pays very well.
But unlike most jobs, it does not require you to have any training or experience in a specific field.
I started off as a personal trainer but soon realised I didn’t want to do that anymore.
I love teaching, but it is the perfect profession for me to pursue a career in.
So when I was offered a role at the clinic, I jumped at it.
I would normally be in charge of the whole process, but I felt like this was the perfect role to learn from a friend.
So the next few months have been very rewarding and I’m so happy I took the leap.
I’ve been able to make a lot of new friends and gain a lot from the experience, including gaining a better understanding of how to be a good trainer.
This is the second year of my internship, and I really enjoyed it.
In terms of my time here, it’s been an amazing learning experience.
I was really surprised by how easy it was to get up and moving when I arrived at the gym on a Friday morning, which was a nice change from my usual work week.
I got the first workout on Tuesday and my first exercise on Wednesday, which is a real treat.
I had to learn how to walk, run, swim and balance, but this was really all about making it easier for me when I went home.
I can’t wait to take it to the next level and make this a career.
I hope this blog helps you too!