Over the years, California Career School has developed and maintained close working relationships with leading employers and various agencies such as WIA/JESD, vocational rehabilitation and EDD to assist individuals seeking training and employment. Our reputation for quality service and a high success rate has been acknowledged by numerous training and placement awards. California Career School programs have proven, time and again, to provide dedicated men and women with the knowledge and skills demanded by today’s job market.
California Career School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and was granted institutional approval by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) pursuant to California Education Code Section 94311. The Bureau’s approval means that the institution and its operation are in compliance with the minimum standards, as well as, are established under the law for occupational instruction by three years and is subject to continuing review. California Career School is a privately owned institution. The ACCSC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency. Courses are also reviewed by our Board of Advisors.
We believe our training should respond to the needs of industry by preparing men and women alike with “hands on” training directed toward practical applications. Students are supervised by qualified, experienced instructors and will have the opportunity to train with modern equipment commonly used in the industry.
Along with a comprehensive curriculum, California Career School has established a policy of school discipline and protocol that provides a no-nonsense learning environment. This is done to better assure our graduates will be prepared with the kind of “work ethic” that is so highly valued.
ADMISSIONS POLICY & PROCEDURE
Prospective students are invited to interview with one of our admissions representatives. During the interview, the representative will detail the course content, discuss the school’s philosophies as well as inquire of the applicant’s career goals to better determine if California Career School’s program can meet that need. Included in the interview will be an entrance exam, a tour of the school and a thorough review of the applicant’s employability following training.
Upon evaluation of the entrance exam results and the admission officer’s recommendations, the prospective student’s application will either be accepted or rejected.
Various agencies offer tuition paid training to students who qualify. California Career School also offers financing.