Private Postsecondary School Consultant As a Private Postsecondary School Consultant, I help people who want to
start private career schools or colleges. I created this website to offer
my services to anyone who needs assistance with an application for licensure to open a vocational school or college
or who simply wishes to look into the feasibility of opening a career school or college.
I have been
in the field of education since 1976 when I started my own English as a Second
Language school in Argentina. I offer a number of
effective ways to get your school started and approved and I take the hassle out
of the paperwork for you. So please review my website and feel free to
contact me if you have any questions.
State Board for Private Postsecondary Education Each state has an agency
that has the authority to grant licensure or approval for private postsecondary vocational schools,
non-degree-granting and degree-granting institutions. In Arizona,
for instance, the State Board for Private Postsecondary Education has the approval
authority for non degree-granting proprietary schools and non-accredited degree-granting institutions.
In Texas, the Texas Workforce Commission approves and regulates
private career schools and if you want to start a school in Florida that offers
allied health programs,
you must apply to the Commission for Independent Education. I assist my clients
to put together
often complex and difficult applications and to successfully apply for and receive approval
for their schools and programs.
Your Business Vision My
background in education has given me the experience to truly appreciate the
difficulties in running a postsecondary school. It has taught me the language of
the regulators and given me the ability to recognize the intent of the policy makers. I am
able to offer my clients practical solutions that can and have worked to create
a new school owner's business vision.
How To Start a Private Career School If you are thinking
about how to start a private career school or college, I can show you the most effective cost
efficient way to get started. I have put together successful applications for licensure to the
Commission for Independent Education and applied for approval to operate a non degree granting
institution from the
Division of Private Licensed Schools in Pennsylvania and
the Texas Workforce Commission as well as the Arizona
State Board for Private Postsecondary Education.
I am familiar with the applications and regulations of Maryland, Mississippi,
Rhode Island, Washington, North Carolina and Virginia. I have assisted clients to open their own colleges and can show you the way to create
the business plan to start your school.
Commission for Independent Education The
Independent Education has statutory responsibilities in Florida regarding nonpublic,
postsecondary, educational institutions. The
Commission for Independent Education have
one of the most comprehensive website of any postsecondary approval agency. You will
find the application more complex than most and a thorough reading of the Chapter 1005
of Florida Statues and Chapter 6E of the Florida Administrative Code is advised before
you attempt it. Applicants are also required to submit to a criminal background check.
I can take the hassle out of all the paperwork involved. Call me at 818-666-1333 or
contact me and we can discuss getting your school approved.
State Board of Private Licensed Schools The Pennsylvania Department
of Education has licensing authority for private degree-granting institutions.
of Private Licensed Schools has authority over for-profit/proprietary
schools and for-profit/proprietary vocational-technical schools. Pennsylvania Department
Division of Private Licensed Schools is a tough and rigorous application
process. As of 2007, there were approximately 324 private licensed schools in Pennsylvania
and 16 registered out-of-state schools. Most of the schools offer certificate or diploma
programs with 89 institutions authorized to grant specialized associate degrees. I can help
you though the red tape involved so call me at 818-666-1333 or
contact me and we can
discuss getting your school approved.
Texas Workforce Commission The
Texas Workforce Commission
has authority over private career/vocational-technical schools in Texas. The process usually
takes between two to three months from the time the application packet is submitted to the time
that all of the requirements are met and a Certificate of Approval is issued by the
Texas Workforce Commission. There are three different applications,
each for a different type of school. Since the distinctions between
the types of schools can be somewhat technical, call me at 818-666-1333 for classification.