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Continuous Enrollment

Program enrollment is on-going, and new students are able to start programs of study at the start of each academic term. This allows students the opportunity to start programs every five weeks.

Competence with Confidence

Gain success by student competence in mastering the curriculum material or skill. Courses are designed to help both instructor and student monitor their performance. Students are tested for their understanding of the subject matter before advancing to the next course. Knowledge and skills are presented in appropriate time blocks that builds level-by-level, so that students achieve competence and confidence as each one is developed. Through our unique system, students will succeed with confidence, knowing that they are truly competent in the areas they have mastered.

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The student/teacher ratio for the Allied Career Training Institutes programs is 20:1 in all lecture courses, 20:1 in all laboratory courses.

The classroom size holds a maximum of 20 students. Due to current guidelines as proposed for safety in social distancing in efforts to prevent the spread of COVID 19 and its variants limitations on occupancy may be in effect as required by CDC protocols.

Hybrid Curriculum Format

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Both programs will have classes that can be delivered in person and or online format. Both formats will be instructor led and are not self-directed.  The Institution's online platform is Populi and is supported by a large farm of Web servers configured redundantly to generally assure uninterrupted, around-the-clock operation. All online classes are taught by the same qualified instructors that deliver on ground instruction as well. The attractively designed class pages encourage student involvement and interaction, and the system facilitates text-based class discussions based on instructor commentaries, readings, Web field trips, and other course work.


Admission Requirements

To qualify for admission into any certificate-training program, applicants must successfully complete the initial interview process and receive a positive recommendation from the school’s Admissions Advisor and either the Program Director or the Campus President.

Basic Admissions Requirements:

  • A minimum age requirement of 17 and in possession of a High School Diploma or GED. (Veterans must provide a copy of their high school diploma or GED equivalent.) Allied Career Training Institute will only accept an attestation of High School or GED completion for admittance under extreme circumstances when all other avenues to obtain proof have been exhausted.

  • An admissions interview

  • Professional Medical Assistant  students must celebrate their 18th birthday prior to the start of externship

  • $25.00 application fee

  • Basic command of the English language

  • Completed the required admissions documents and sign the enrollment agreement (must be signed by a parent or guardian if the prospective student is under 18 years of age)

  • Professional Medical Assistant applicants are required to have their Medical Form completed by a physician prior to the start of clinical classes.

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