Definition of a Course: A “course” is defined as units of learning that result with the award of a certificate, or academic credit when completed. Examples of course titles are, “American History,” or “Business Management.”
Definition of a Certification Program: A “certification program” is defined as units of learning that result with the award of a diploma or certificate (nonacademic credit). Examples of program titles are “Medical Billing,” or “Interior Design.”
Definition of CLOCK Hours
Clock Hours are 55-60 minutes of direct classroom or video instruction.
Transferability of Credits
IACCCE does not transform credits from any other institution.
Transferability of IACCCE credit to another institution is at the discretion of the accepting institution, and it is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice. IACCCE has no written articulation agreements with other institutions.
Accreditation, Continuing Education and Certification Status
IACCCE is not accredited by any accreditation agency at this time.
Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, LPC, FMT, and Mental Health Counseling
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling CE Provider Number 50-19853
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling CE Provider Number 50-19853 reciprocal state agreement
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Florida Board of Acupuncture CE Provider #: 50-19853
Leave of Absence and Voluntary Withdrawal
STUDENTS MAY take a temporary Leave of Absence from and of the programs and return within one year to continue with no penalty.
Students who voluntarily withdraw from the program may reapply at any time within three years from the date of termination and will be credited with tuition paid and courses taken.
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School Grievance Policy
IACCCE strives to provide the best customer service and educational experience for every student; however, we also note that grievances occur that cannot be resolved via informal procedures. Every student has the right to procedural due process during the grievance and appeal procedure.
Grievances which are substantiated by allegations of capriciousness, arbitrariness, discriminatory treatment and/or are contrary to the class syllabus, may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the student, in writing, within ten (10) working days from the date of the action or omission involved and after the informal proceedings have been exhausted.
The Grievance Panel, Jason Denis, Michael Holler, and Jim Evans will review the complaint and make a decision on how to proceed and resolve the complaint. The student will be notified within (10) working days of a final decision. Should the grievance be valid, the student will be offered the option to take the course at a later time or be granted a refund, of the course cost, minus any nonrefundable course deposit/administration fees to hold their seat. Refunds will be dispersed by corporate check within 21 days of approval.
If the student is dissatisfied with the resolution, they may file an appeal with email@example.com . The IACCCE grievance board will select an arbitrator to review and make a decision on the appeal. The student will be notified within (10) days of the arbitrating agreement.