Programs are open to young and mature
individual who have sincere desire of self-improvement and training for a
career opportunity in Patient Care Technician and Computer Business
Application. The school encourages applications from qualified students from
all cultural, racial, religious, and ethnic groups.
As a minimum:
Students must be at least 17 years of
age, which is beyond the age of compulsory education.
• Students must have a high school diploma or
GED equivalent to be enrolled as a regular student.
• Students enrolling must be physically able to
perform the required function for successful completion of the program.
Applicants who first enroll in an eligible
program of study on or after July 1, 2012 and who want to participate in
Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) must have a high school diploma or GED (the
ability-to-benefit criteria for admission will not be accepted). If the applicant attended an eligible program
at a Title IV institution prior to July 1, 2012, the applicant may participate
in Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) by providing a high school diploma, GED or
demonstrating that the applicant took and passed the ability-to-benefit for the
applicable eligible program.
All applicants seeking employment as a Patient Care Technician may
be required to pass the Florida Board of Nursing Certified Nursing Assistant
(CNA) exam in order to be eligible for employment. All candidates applying for
the CNA exam will be subject to a Level II Background Check, performed by the
Florida Board of Health, of which, any individual with a previous offense that
falls under the prohibitive offenses delineated under Chapter 435, FRS., and
Chapter 408.809, FRS., may be ineligible to sit for the exam and may be denied
permission to exercise the CNA license. It is the recommendation of this
institution that any individual with any criminal history be advised by the
Student Service Department prior to registering for the Patient Care