Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I apply for the certificate programs?  Just click on the Apply Now button and fill out the online application.
  • What does the application process entail? The application process includes a virtual interview and admissions test.
  • What information is needed for the admissions test? We test students in English, Writing, and Mathematics.
  • Is there a certain level of English and Math on the test?  Yes, a student must have a minimum of an 8th grade reading, writing, and math level.
  • What is the criteria for admission? Students must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma, certificate of completion, or GED.
  • When can I start the program if accepted?  We accept new students on the 1st of every other month when a new course begins.
  • Is your program year round?  Yes, our program is year round.
  • Are there any days off?  Yes, we take off the national holidays.  There are a few more days during the month of December.
  • What is your absence policy?  Students cannot miss more than 3 days in a 30 day period.
  • What is the cost for the certificate programs? If you are a regional center client, there is no fee to the student.
  • Are you vendored with Department of Rehabilitation? No, we are not a vendor with Department of Rehabilitation.
  • Do you accept private pay? Yes, we accept Private Pay clients. The cost of the program is $2500 per month.
  • Do you have a payment plan? We place a credit card on file and your card is automatically charged on the 1st of every month.
  • Do you offer scholarships?  No, unfortunately we do not offer scholarships.
  • How long is each certificate program? Each certificate program is one year and consists of (6) 2 month courses. There is an optional second year at the recommendation of our instructors.
  • What happens during a second year?  During the second year, the student specializes in a particular area. Goals are built into course projects to simulate a work environment.
  • What happens if I don't pass one of the courses? Each student must pass each course in order to stay in the program.
  • What happens when I graduate a certificate program?  At the conclusion of your program and if you have passed all courses, you are issued a certificate of completion.
  • Can I apply for FAFSA?  We are not an accredited degree granting institution and therefore our tuition is not able to be paid by FAFSA.
  • Who designed the certificate courses? All of our courses are designed specifically by experts in the fields.
  • What does a typical week look like in the certificate programs?  Students attend their class Monday-Friday from 10:00am - 3:00pm. Students are responsible to login to their account where they will be taught by a live instructor. Students must participate in all assignments, course work, and online group activities.
  • Can I get college credit for courses?  Each individual college will determine if credits are accepted from other educational institutions.
  • Do you issue a 1098-T? Since we are not an accredited institution we do not issue a 1098-T. We do not typically qualify as a tax deduction.
  • Are you a degree granting institution?  No, we are not a degree granting institution. We are a online vocational training platform.
  • Do you guarantee employment?  No, we do not guarantee employment.
  • Do you offer employment assistance for graduates?  Yes, students who are eligible are able to obtain employment assistance.