Need a payment plan? Want to take additional programs now that you’ve gained more work experience? The Enroll as You Go option allows you to purchase each program individually. Start with the Basic Program, then when you are ready, enroll in the Intermediate program. The curriculum must be completed in sequential order. You must complete Basic, then Intermediate, then Advanced and Specialist before enrolling in the Professional program.
- Select a program and pay the tuition and fees.
- Check your email for a link to log into your student account. You should use the same login if you are a returning student.
- Sign and complete the enrollment agreement and statement of understanding. When the forms are submitted, the Administrative staff will be notified to confirm the prerequisite levels are complete. You will be notified when the program is available to begin, usually within 2 business days.
Not sure which is right for you? Contact us to learn more about Enroll as You Go options.
Included at no additional cost
Free Online Class - Employment Contracts & Work Agreements
Course Description - Taking time to think through and write down job expectations will help ensure everyone understands the responsibilities and compensation. Employment contracts help reduce confusion and create a more positive experience. This course will introduce work agreement templates and tools to discuss a work schedule as well as pay, overtime, and other benefits.
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