The Institute of Allied Healthcare

                                                                                                   CATALOG

                                Texas Education Code, Section 132.055, Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175,

                                                                                7434 Louis Pasteur dr. Suite 15

                                                                                   San Antonio, Texas, 78229

                                                                              Nurse Aide Program Catalog Volume V

                                                                     Published on August 1, 2019, Effective on          

                                                                             August 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HISTORY

The Institute of Allied Healthcare was founded in October 2015 in San Antonio, Texas. The Institute’s main objective is to provide career-focused education in allied health fields. The Nurse Aide Program was approved by The Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) in November 2015. The Medical Assistant program was approved by the Texas Workforce Commission on October 2016. The Institute of Allied Healthcare is located in the heart of the medical center, right across from The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas.

Institutional Mission

The mission of  The Institute of Allied Healthcare is to offer students quality instructional opportunities in career orientated programs. The Institute of Allied Healthcare will successfully prepare students for post-secondary education in preparation for their future carriers.

 

 APPROVALS

The Institute of Allied Healthcare is Approved and Regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin, Texas, and also the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS).

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF AVAILABLE SPACE, FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

The Institute of Allied Healthcare is located at 7434 Louis Pasteur Dr. Suite 15, San Antonio, Texas 78229.

Additional classrooms and instructor offices are located in Suite #220 at the same address. The combined total is 6,000 square feet to include with a 3 large lecture rooms, 2 large skills labs with computers and available equipment that is designed to mimic an actual hospital and nursing home room.

 

NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION

School hours of operation

The Institute will be open and operate from 8:15 am to 4:00 pm

School office hours of operation

The Institute’s administration staff will operate from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Office hours for Instructors are scheduled on weekdays at 8:30 am with advanced notice or by appointment after class.

 

SCHOOL CALENDAR

Holidays to be observed

Martin Luther King Day       January 21, 2019

Presidents' Day                     February 18, 2019

Memorial Day                       May 27, 2019

4th of July                               July 4, 2019

Labor Day                              September 2, 2019

Veterans Day                         November 11, 2019

Thanksgiving                         November 28 - November 29, 2019

Winter Break                         December 23 - December 26, 2019

New Year's Eve                      December 31, 2019

 

Enrollment Periods

Students may enroll up to one day before the official start date as written in the Academic calendar

 

 

 

The Institute of Allied Healthcare owned by partners:

 (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175)

Nestor Lopez: CEO, Managing Partner

Leah Lopez: Partner

 

SCHOOL DIRECTOR, CLINICAL COORDINATOR, INSTRUCTORS AND PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Nestor Lopez

School Director, Administrative supervisor. Nestor has extensive experience in the field of management and administration.

Leah Lopez, LVN

Staff designee, assistant, book keeping. Leah is a Licensed Vocational Nurse, and has experience working in the field of long-term care.

Mary Aguirre, LVN

Area of Instruction: Clinical and Theory Nurse Aide and Medical Assistant Instructor. Mary is a Licensed Vocational Nurse who has extensive knowledge and training in long-term care. Mary has over 28 years of experience as a nurse.  

Financial Aid

The Institute of Allied Healthcare does not offer federal student aid. Students needing financial assistance should notify admissions for information on state grants available through the Texas Workforce Commission, MyCAA, or payment plans.

 

NURSE AIDE

FEES, TUITION AND/OR SPECIAL CHARGES

 (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175)

Tuition:                                  $1410.00

Registration:                         $10.00

Books:                                    $25.00

Supplies:                               $15.00

Tools:                                     $15.00

Laboratory Fee:                   $20.00

Total Cost:                             $1495.00

Scholarship: a $100.00 scholarship will be awarded to a prospective student that can provide proper documentation of one hundred hours as a volunteer in the medical field.

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2019 Nurse Aide Program (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175)

Start Date                             End Date 

January 07, 2019                 February 06, 2019

February 12, 2019              March 14, 2019

March 19, 2019                   April 17, 2019    

April 8, 2019                        May 7, 2019

May 9, 2019                         June 8, 2019

June 11, 2019                       July 11, 2019

July 12, 2019                        August 10, 2019

August 13, 2019                  September 12, 2019

September 13, 2019           October 12, 2019

October 15, 2019                November 17, 2019

 

 

 

Scheduled Vacation Periods

There is no scheduled vacation period at this time.

 

 

Class Schedules for the Nurse Aide Program

 

Morning/afternoon                                                                           

Day students will attend class Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 2:30pm.

 

Evenings                                                                                                            

 The students attending the evening class will attend class Monday through Friday from 5:00pm to 10:30pm

 

Breaks

All classes will break for 10 minutes each hour, and have a 30 minute lunch break.

 

 

ADMISSION/ENROLLMENT POLICIES- NURSE AIDE

(Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.130 and 807.191-197)

 

MINIMUM AGE

A prospective student must be at least 18 years of age. A student that is under the age of 18 requires parent/guardian permission.

Specific Entrance Requirements

A prospective student must be a high school graduate or possess a General Education Development (GED) certificate.

If a prospective student does not possess a high school diploma or GED, the prospective student has to provide transcripts or documentation that display proof of 8th grade education.

The student may also provide transcripts or a certificate of a home study program equivalent to high school level that is recognized by the students’ home state.

A prospective student must meet with the Institutes Admissions Representative for an interview and a campus tour.

A prospective student must complete the required admissions documents and sign the Enrollment Agreement and submit tuition as stated in the tuition and fees section of the catalog.

A prospective student may enroll up to one day before the official start date as written in the Academic calendar

 

A prospective student will be required to take immunizations: Influenza (flu shot) and Tuberculosis (TB), or provide a record of immunizations.

A prospective student must pass a national criminal background check, if the prospective student has a felony conviction or is listed as a sex offender, the prospective student will not be allowed enter the Nurse Aide program.

A prospective student cannot be listed as unemployable on the Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR). 

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FEES, TUITIONS AND/OR SPECIAL CHARGES FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANT

 (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175)

Tuition:                                  $6,890.00

 

Registration:                         $20.00 (Back ground check)

 

Books and Supplies:            $410.00 (2 sets of scrubs, pen light, Stethoscope kit,  blood pressure cuff and books.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Laboratory Fee:                   $180.00 (TB screening, CPR, and drug screening)

 

Total Cost:                             $7,500.00

 

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2018 Medical Assistant Program (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175)

 

                  Start Date                             End Date 

 

MA 001     February 5, 2018                May 25, 2018

MA 002     April 9, 2018                         July 27, 2018    

MA 003     June 11, 2018                       October 12, 2018

MA 004     August 13, 2018                  December 7, 2018

MA 005     October 15, 2018                February 15, 2019

 

Scheduled Vacation Periods

There is no scheduled Vacation Period at this time.

 

Class Schedules

 

Morning/afternoon

 

Day students will attend class Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:30pm. Lunch break will be at 12:00pm to 12:30pm.

Breaks

 

All classes will break for 10 minutes each hour.

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ADMISSION/ENROLLMENT POLICIES FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANT

(Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.130 and 807.191-197)

 

 

MINIMUM AGE

A prospective student must be at least 17 years of age. A student that is under the age of 18 requires parent/guardian permission.

 

Specific Entrance Requirements

A prospective student must be a high school graduate or possess a General Education Development (GED) certificate.

The student may also provide transcripts or a certificate of a home study program equivalent to high school level that is recognized by the students’ home state.

A prospective student must meet with the Institutes Admissions Representative for an interview and a campus tour.

A prospective student must complete the required admissions documents and sign the Enrollment Agreement and submit tuition as stated in the tuition and fees section of the catalog.

A prospective student may enroll up to one day before the official start date as written in the Academic calendar

 

A prospective student will be required to take immunizations: Influenza (flu shot) and Tuberculosis (TB), or provide a record of immunizations.

 

 

 

     A. Program title: Nurse Aide Program

     B. Program Description – Nurse Aide

 

 

 

The Nurse Aide program is a comprehensive course designed to teach students the skills and abilities essential to the provision of basic care to patients and residents in hospitals and long term care facilities. Graduates of this program will be able to communicate and interact effectively with patients, assist patients in attaining and maintaining maximum functional independence, while observing patient rights. They will learn how to perform basic first aid, CPR, take vital signs, apply the elements of basic nutrition in meal planning, and follow infection control measures. Additionally, they will be able to apply proper body mechanics in bed making, lifting, and turning patients. Graduates of this program may find entry-level employment as a nurse aide with hospitals, nursing homes and home health agencies.

  

Program Outline:                                                                                                                                                                                                                (Title 3, Texas Education Code, Chapter 132 and Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.121-134)

                                                                                     

                                                                                         NURSE AIDE PROGRAM

 

Subject                                                                                 Contact Hours [Quarter – if applicable]

 

Number                       Subject Title                                     Lec/Lab/Ext/Total        [Contact hours]

NA-101                  Introduction to Long Term Care            06/ 10 / 00 / 16                      16

NA-102                  Personal Care Skills                                 04 / 12 / 00 / 16                     16

NA-103                  Basic Nursing Skills                                  04 / 06 / 00 / 10                     10

NA-104                  Restorative Services                                 02 / 04 / 00 / 06                     06

NA-105                  Mental Health                                           02 / 04 / 00 / 06                     06

NA-106                  Social Skills and social service needs    02 / 04 / 00 / 06                     06

NA-107                  CPR                                                             02/ 03 / 00 / 05                      05

NA-108                  Nurse Aide Externship                            00/ 00 / 40 / 45                      45

                                                                                                   22/ 43 / 40 / 110     Total:    110

 

The Nurse Aide program is 4 weeks and 1 day long consisting of 105 hours. There is a final exam for the lecture portion and 22 clinical skills that a student has to demonstrate to an instructor in order to graduate from the program. After the student has passed all of the requirements, the student will graduate from the Institute and will be awarded a certificate of achievement. The student will then be eligible to take the state exam. 

 

 

    A.   Program title: Medical Assistant Program

    

    B.  Program Description – Medical Assistant

 

The Medical Assistant program will prepare students to be multi-skilled allied health professionals specifically trained to perform in ambulatory settings, such as physicians’ offices, clinics, and group practices, and perform administrative and clinical procedures. Students will learn to perform routine tasks and procedures such as measuring patients' vital signs, administering medications and injections, recording information in medical recordkeeping systems, preparing and handling medical instruments and supplies, and collecting and preparing specimens of bodily fluids and tissues for laboratory testing. The Medical Assistant program is 400 hours over a18 week period. (200 hours will be in class lecture and computer instruction plus 200 externship hours will be needed prior to graduation). The externship will be scheduled to mirror the hours of operation at the externship site. Upon successful completion of this program, students would be eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national examination. The exam will be administered at the school. The school will pay for the first exam.

       C.  Admissions requirements: High School or GED Transcripts, Admissions Application, Registration and payment of tuition or partial payment, pass a criminal background check and shot records. The applicant must be at least 17 years of age, which will require parental permission.  

 

 

     D.  Program Outline:

     E.  MEDICAL ASSISTANT PROGRAM

 

                                                                                               

 

Subject                     Course Title                                           Lec/Lab/Ext/Total        [Contact hours]

 

 

 

MA-101                  Foundation for Clinical Practice I          30/ 10 / 00 / 40                      40

MA-102                  Foundation for Clinical Practice II         30 / 10 / 00 / 40                     40

MA-103                  Applied Communications                       20 / 20 / 00 / 40                     40

MA-104                  Medical Business Practices                    30 / 10 / 00 / 40                     40

MA-105                  Medical Law and Ethics                          20 / 00 / 00 / 20                     20

MA-106                  Safety and Emergency Practices           15 / 05 / 00 / 20                     20

MA-107                  Medical Assistant Externship                 00/ 00 /200 / 200                  200

  Total                                                                                         145/ 55 /200/400     Total:   400

                                                                                                   

 

Financial Aid For Seminars

The following seminars are approved by the Texas Workforce Commission and are not accredited by the Council of Occupational Education. Students do not receive Title IV financial aid for the seminars the institute offers.

 

CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS EDUCATION, TRAINING, OR EXPERIENCE (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.175 and 807.191) (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.193)

The Institute will award credit from institutions accredited by the U.S Department of Education.

 

Transcripts will need to be compared to courses offered by the Institute of Allied Healthcare.

 

The Institute will only consider courses that have a grade of  “C” or higher.

 

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICIES

Texas Education Code, Sections 132.061 and .0611 and Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.261-264.

 

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY FOR VOCATIONAL (RESIDENCE) SCHOOLS WITH COURSES OF MORE THAN 40 HOURS                Texas Education Code, Sections 132.061 and .0611 and Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.261-264.  

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

A full refund will be made to any student who cancels the enrollment contract within 72 hours (until midnight of the third day excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays) after the enrollment contract is signed. If the student is not scheduled for three class days during the first week, a full refund will be made to any student who cancels enrollment

within the student’s first three scheduled class days, except that the school may retain not more than $100 in any administrative fees charged and items of extra expense that are necessary for the portion of the program attended and stated separately on the enrollment agreement.

 

REFUND POLICY

  1. Refund computations will be based on scheduled course time of classes through the last documented day of an academically related activity. Leaves of absence, suspensions and school holidays will not be counted as part of the scheduled class attendance.

  2. The effective date of termination for refund purposes will be the earliest of the following:

    • a)  The date of termination, if the student is terminated by the school;

    • b)  The date of receipt of written notice from the student; or

    • c)  Ten school days following the last date of attendance.

  3. If tuition and fees are collected in advance of entrance, and if after expiration of the 72 hour cancellation privilege the student does not enter school, not more than $100 in any administrative fees charged shall be retained by the school for the entire residence program or synchronous distance education course.

 

   4. If a student enters a residence or synchronous distance education program and withdraws or is otherwise terminated, the     school or college may retain not more than $100 in administrative fees charged for the entire program. The minimum refund of the remaining tuition and fees will be the pro rata portion of tuition, fees, and other charges that the number of hours remaining in the portion of the course or program for which the student has been charged after the effective date of termination bears to the total which the student has been charged, except that a student may not collect a refund if the student has completed 75 percent or more of the total number of hours in the portion of the program for which the student has been charged on         the effective date of termination. (More simply, the refund is based on the precise number of course time hours the student has paid for, but not yet used, at the point of termination, up to the 75% completion mark, after which no refund is due.)                                                                            

    5. Refunds for items of extra expense to the student, such as books, tools, or other supplies are to be handled separately from             refund of tuition and other academic fees. The student will not be required to purchase instructional supplies,          books and tools until such time as these materials are      required. Once these materials are purchased, no refund will be made. For full refunds, the school can withhold costs for these types of items from the refund as long as they were necessary for the portion of the program attended and separately stated in the enrollment agreement. Any such items not required for the portion of the program attended must be included in the refund.

  1. A student who withdraws for a reason unrelated to the student’s academic status after the 75 percent completion mark and requests a grade at the time of withdrawal shall be given a grade of “incomplete” and permitted to re-enroll in the course or program during the 12-month period following the date the student withdrew without payment of additional tuition for that portion of the course or program.

  2. A full refund of all tuition and fees is due and refundable in each of the following cases:

a)  An enrollee is not accepted by the school;

b)  If the course of instruction is discontinued by the school and this prevents the student from completing the course; or

c)  If the student's enrollment was procured as a result of any misrepresentation in advertising, promotional materials of the school, or representations by the owner or representatives of the school.

A full or partial refund may also be due in other circumstances of program deficiencies or violations of requirements for career schools and colleges.

 

Refund Policy for Students Called to Active Military Service

A student of the school or college who withdraws from the school or college as a result of the student being called to active duty in a military service of the United States or the Texas National Guard may elect one of the following options for each program in which the student is enrolled:

a. If tuition and fees are collected in advance of the withdrawal, a pro rata refund of any tuition, fees, or other charges paid by the student for the program and a cancellation of any unpaid tuition, fees, or other charges owed by the student for the portion of the program the student does not complete following withdrawal;

b. A grade of incomplete with the designation "withdrawn-military" for the program, other than courses for which the student has previously received a grade on the student's transcript, and the right to re-enroll in the program, or a substantially equivalent program if that program is no longer available, not later than the first anniversary of the date the student is discharged from active military duty without payment of additional tuition, fees, or other charges for the program other than any previously unpaid balance of the original tuition, fees, and charges for books for the program; or

c. The assignment of an appropriate final grade or credit for the courses in the program, but only if the instructor or instructors of the program determine that the student has:

  1. Satisfactorily completed at least 90 percent of the required coursework for the program; and

  2. Demonstrated sufficient mastery of the program material to

  3. Receive credit for completing the program.

The payment of refunds will be totally completed such that the refund instrument has been negotiated or credited into the proper account(s) within 45 days after the effective date of termination.    

              

SATISFACTORY PROGRESS AND ACADEMIC PROBATION POLICIES (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.221-224)

 

Satisfactory Progress

The progress evaluation records will be of the type and nature to reflect whether the student is making satisfactory progress to the point of being able to complete all subject matter within the allotted time provided in the course curriculum.

In order for the student to graduate, the student has to complete 95% of the required courses.

The student has to finish the program with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or 70%.

If a student cannot successfully complete the program within the time frame, the student will be dismissed and would have to wait to reenroll until the start of the next nurse aide program.

Grading period, Frequency and system for providing progress reports

A cumulative grade average of at least 70% is required for the student to receive the course certificate. The theory portion of the program has 20 chapters and every chapter has a quiz that students have to pass. The Instructor will discuss quiz grades with each student after a chapter quiz is taken. A grading period is one week. Students and their sponsors will receive written notification of their progress at the midpoint of the program.  

Conditions for Probationary period and Termination

A student who is not making satisfactory progress by the end of the first week of the program will be placed on academic probation for the second week. If academic progress is not satisfactory by the third week the student will be terminated. The school’s director will counsel the student placed on probation prior to the student returning to class. The date, action taken, and terms of probation will be clearly indicated in the student's permanent file.

Conditions for Readmittance

A student who was terminated for unsatisfactory progress may reenroll for the start of the next nurse aide program. Such reenrollment does not circumvent the approved refund policy. The student will be advised of this action, and it will be documented in the student's file.

Under Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.221-224 students terminated for unsatisfactory progress cannot be readmitted until a minimum of one grading period has passed.

 

 

Policy on Incompletes, Withdrawals, Repeat Subjects, and Remedial Work

Under Texas Education Code, Section 132.061(f) a student who is obligated for the full tuition may request a grade of "incomplete" if the student withdraws for an appropriate reason unrelated to the student's academic status. By law a student receiving a grade of incomplete is allowed to reenroll in the program during the 12-month period following the date the student withdraws and complete those incomplete subjects without payment of additional tuition.

Repeat Subjects

Students are allowed to repeat subjects due to academic problems or attendance violations, only if scheduling permits.

 

Remedial Work

Remedial work is to be done with the students’ instructor during the instructor office hours, which is on Mondays and Wednesday’s one hour before class starts.

Policy on Transfer Students and Credits

a) Policy on students transferring between programs within the institution students in good academic standing may transfer into another program so long as they are in good academic standing. The student will need to meet with an admissions representative to discuss program requirements and to officially enroll in new program of interest. Students that transfer between programs must wait until the next available opening to start.

 

ATTENDANCE POLICY

(Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.241-245)

General Requirements for Attendance

 

Absences

A student will be dismissed from the Institution if they are absent more than 5 hours of the program with no make-up work completed.

 

Tardies

Students arriving late or leaving early for class are considered tardy. Tardiness disrupts the learning environment and is discouraged. Excessive tardiness or absences in any class could lead to disciplinary action up to and including termination. A student can only miss one day or 5% of the program. This means that a student can only miss 5 contact hours. If a student

is tardy for one contact hour, then that contact hour would count as 1% and be deducted from the 5% allowed.

The student will be dismissed from the Institution if they are absent more than 5% of the program.

 

Make-up work

 No more than 5% of the total course time hours for a program may be made up.

 

Make-up work shall:

 

  (1) be supervised by an instructor approved for the class being made up;

  (2) require the student to demonstrate substantially the same level of knowledge or competence expected of a student who attended the scheduled class session;

  (3) be completed within two weeks of the end of the grading period during which the absence occurred;

  (4) be documented by the school as being completed, recording the date, time, duration of the make-up session, and the name of the supervising instructor; and

  (5) be signed and dated by the student to acknowledge the make-up session.

 

Leave of Absence 

In compliance with the Department of Education, the Institute permits a leave from class (up to 30 calendar days). Reasons for leave of absence are but not limited to childbirth, military service or documentation from a medical professional.

 

Conditions for Probation

Once the student has missed 3 hours or a whole school day, the student will be put on probation.

 

Conditions for Termination

If a student is absent for more than 5 hours and has not completed make-up work then the student’s enrollment will be terminated.

 

Conditions for Readmittance

A student whose enrollment was terminated for violation of the attendance policy may reenroll for the next Nurse Aide program.

This provision does not circumvent the approved refund policy.

 

SCHOOL POLICY REGARDING STUDENT CONDUCT

 (Title 40, Texas Administrative Code, Section 807.195)

 

Policies regarding student conduct

Students will be accountable or should report the following violations while on the Institution’s or externship property.

  • All forms of dishonesty: cheating, plagiarism, and forgery. (Dismissal, with no readmission)

  • Theft, destruction, damage and misuse of the Institutions property and individuals associated with the Institution. (Dismissal, with no readmission)

  • Profane behavior that is not appropriate and causes disruption of class. (1st offense Verbal Warning, 2nd offense dismissal with no readmission)

  • Under the influence, possession or consuming alcoholic or controlled substances on the Institution or externship property. (Dismissal, with no readmission)

  • Smoking is not permitted on the Institutions property. (Dismissal, with no readmission)

  • The Institution does not provide childcare services and cannot assume responsibility for children’s safety.

  • Warning, 2nd offense dismissal with no readmission)

  • Bringing hazardous items such as explosives, firearms, or other weapons concealed or exposed onto the Institutions property or externship site. (Dismissal, with no readmission)

Threats of violence against student and staff of the Institution.                      (Dismissal, with no readmission)

  • All electronic devices must be turned off while in the classroom. . (1st offense Verbal Warning, 2nd offense dismissal with no readmission)

  • Sexual Assault (Dismissal, with no readmission)

 

Students responsible for involvement in the violations above will be dealt with accordingly. Disciplinary actions may be a written reprimand up to termination. Students dismissed for any violation will not be readmitted.

 

Causes for Termination

The Institution reserves the right to suspend or dismiss any student who fails to maintain academic progress, does not meet attendance standards and does not meet financial obligations to the Institute. The student may also be terminated for violation of the student conduct policy.

 

Causes for Readmission

Causes for readmissions are but are not limited to leave from class (up to 30days) due to childbirth, military service or documentation for a medical professional.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

In order for the student to graduate, the student has to complete 100% of required courses.

The student has to finish the program with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or 70%.

If a student cannot successfully complete the program within the time frame, or the required GPA the student will be dismissed and would have to start the program at a later time.

Students must fulfill all financial obligations.

          

 

 

SCHOOL PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE POLICY

Employment is not guaranteed, but the staff at the Institute have two main priorities and that is to help the student achieve his or her goals to graduate and find employment.

 POLICIES/PROCEDURES TO RESOLVE STUDENT GRIEVANCES/COMPLAINTS

The Institute of Allied Healthcare would like students to bring all grievances to the Institute attention, so the Institute and the student may resolve the grievance through discussions. The Institute will investigate all grievances promptly. A grievance may include rules, procedures, and unfair treatment, such as intimidation by an instructor or the Institutes staff. First the student should bring the grievance to the instructor or other staff. The student should next bring the grievance to Program Director. If the grievance cannot be resolved with the Program Director, then proceed to the School Director. If the grievance cannot be resolved between The Institute of Allied Healthcare and the student, the student may contact:

                                                                               Texas Workforce Commission

                                                                       Career Schools and Colleges, Room 226T

                                                                                    101 East 15th Street

                                                                                Austin, Texas 78778-0001

                                                                                      Phone: 512-936-3100

                                                                                texasworkforce.org/careerschools

Accreditation Information

The Institute of Allied Healthcare is recognized as a candidate for accreditation by the Council on Occupational Education (C.O.E) as of February 17, 2019. For information about national and program accrediation, please contact the institution or:

 Council on Occupational Education

7840 Roswell Road

Building 300, Suite 325

Atlanta, GA 30350

Phone (770) 396-3898 or call toll free (800) 917-2081

www.council.org

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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