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14
Sep

Edcor Provides Expertise in Developing Corporate Continuing Education Programs

TROY, Michigan -- As companies search for a competitive edge and a way to increase value in their continuing education programs, Edcor offers strategies to streamline corporate education benefits saving money and time. Edcor provides comprehensive outsourcing and consulting services for Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies. Edcor believes that their clients are more successful when they outsource the administration of their continuing education program, allowing the them to focus on their core competencies. “Letting a client to do what it does best and leaving this area to us is a win-win,” said Adrienne Way, owner, president and CEO of Edcor. “They ...

25
Mar

Edcor CEO Talks About the Advantage of Tuition Benefits

Edcor CEO Adrienne Way talks on Fox Business Network about the advantages of a tuition benefits plan that helps organizations reach immediate goals and strategically plan for their future needs. She demonstrates how outsourcing tuition benefits programs to Edcor bring both employers and employees added value such as our Preferred School Network and education counseling. To view the full interview on YouTube, visit the 21st Century Television's channel or click the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vofuXQq2kPI

11
Mar

Education Benefit Outsourcing Helps Businesses

A provider of comprehensive education benefit outsourcing and consulting services takes the spotlight on the latest episode of Corporate Review. In this segment the host of the award-winning series, Jackie Bales, talks to Adrienne L. Way, Owner and CEO of Edcor Data Services LLC, about the many advantages of engaging the outsourced tuition asssistance administration company. Tune in to watch the Edcor Data Services segment airing on Bloomberg Television (as pd. prog) on March 14, 2015 at 5:30pm EST. Check your local listings for airtimes. Corporate Education Benefit Outsourcing Helps Businesses Invest in Employees Early in ...

09
May

Edcor Receives Top 50 Women Owned Business Award

For Immediate Release Edcor Data Services, LLC. Named to DiversityBusiness.com’s Top Business 50 Women Owned Businesses in Michigan - 2014 TROY, MICHIGAN, MAY 2014 DiversityBusiness.com, the nation’s leading multicultural social media site, has recently acknowledged Edcor as one of the State’s “Top Businesses” for 2014. This exclusive ranking is a reflection of Edcor’s overall vision, leadership and economic accomplishments in moving our economy forward. The award, known as the Div500, represents the most unique class of companies who have earned ...

08
May

School Network Updates, 2014-Q1

Edcor is pleased to welcome 16 new schools to the School Network recently. To learn more about these schools or others please access the tuition website and click on the Education page. Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies offers a variety of exceptional degree programs online for working adults looking to advance their career and enrich their lives. Informing Norwich’s state-of-the-art online offerings is the institution’s nearly 200-year history of academic excellence and innovation. Today, Norwich consistently ranks among the ...

07
May

Nursing on TV: More Fiction than Fact

From Nurse Jackie and Private Practice to Grey’s Anatomy and Royal Pains, medical-based television dominates the airwaves, both in first-run shows and reruns. Some of the interactions between nurses, doctors and patients are accurate – and some are not. Check out these five ways nursing is wrongly portrayed on TV: Nurses Simply Wait for a Doctor’s Instructions Doctors and nurses work side-by-side, as a cohesive team. Sometimes nurses on TV are portrayed as merely assistants to the doctor, unable to act until told what to do. Yes, nurses do assist ...

07
May

Demand Grows for Nurse Leaders

As the demand increases for higher levels of quality and response to acute health issues, the need for nurse leaders continues to grow. While there are numerous clinicians involved with caring for people, often a nurse is found at the center of planning and implementation. Yet challenges exist. Nurses are retiring, not enough students are entering the field to fill current and future demands of an aging population, and current workloads have nurses spread thin in their roles. The solution is advanced levels of education for nurses and other clinical leaders, according to the Institute of Medicine’s ...

07
May

Support Resources for Online Nursing Students

Attending nursing school while juggling daily life responsibilities can be challenging, but possible, with an online degree program. Most nurses have found that a strong network provides support and guidance in helping to overcome obstacles. A nursing and health professional network can stream information and knowledge toward nursing education to better transition into the field. Building a Professional Network Since there are various nursing roles with diverse paths, it is best to join a group of professionals that practice in similar fields. To start building a network and ...

07
May

National Nurses Week

National Nurses Week is one of the nation's principal health care happenings, giving recognition to outstanding nurses and sharing nursing education with the public. The week’s festivities, supported by the American Nurses Association (ANA), kick off with National Nurses Day on May 6 and close on May 12th, which is, not coincidentally, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. A Reason to Celebrate Nurses are nationally honored during National Nurses Week, but the nursing profession deserves constant appreciation and recognition for the lives it affects. The nurse is: An Educator – Uncertain and worried patients ...

08
Jan

The Time has Come for You to LEAD with the Leaders

I am a leader, father, retired Command Sergeant Major, student, mentor, and husband. My name is Philip F. Johndrow and I would like to share with you the importance of education. One of the Army’s principles that I followed was to “set the example.” When our soldiers saw me taking classes they knew that they needed to take classes too; not one of them was busier than I was and they all knew it! The other major leadership lesson that helped me through my three deployments into ...