National Career Institute accepts students with the following credentials:
- 17 years of age or older
- Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate (copies are acceptable for registration)
- Photo ID (driver’s license, birth certificate, or passport)
- Proof of citizenship or permanent residency
- Proof of residence and age
- Referrals/agreements from One-Stop (if Applicable)
At National Career Institute, we ensure that our students receive the hands-on training they need to be successful in their field. Externships are available for some medical programs. Externships can be arranged with clinics, hospitals, and doctor’s offices, or other settings. Many of our students are offered full-time employment upon graduation from the company with which they extern.
National Career Institute students have access to employment placement assistance. This includes special training in job-finding skills and assistance obtaining advanced positions in his or her healthcare field. Additionally, a Placement Coordinator works with each student upon the completion of the program to determine his or her special abilities and interests, which enables the graduate to pursue a career path best suited for his or her skill set and preferences.
National Career Institute offers programs in allied health, as well as a variety of skilled trade fields. Each program offers both practical classroom training and in-field training that will give students the experience they need to excel. Class sizes at National Career Institute are small, so students receive personalized attention from educators. And, all programs are taught by professionals in their field.
Each of our programs is designed to meet job market demands and to assist students who are looking for lucrative and exciting careers. Due to the real-world experience we provide, our highly-qualified graduates are particularly attractive to potential employers.
Learn More About National Career Institute
Financial assistance is available for those who qualify, and we have two campuses for added convenience. For more information or to apply to a program at National Career Institute, fill out the information request form or give us a call today.
TRANSFER OF CREDITS
Transfer of Instructional Credits may be granted by the Director based on documented evidence of previous educational achievement from another institution and/or previous courses taken at National Career Institute. NCI will consider awarding transfer of academic credit only from institutions accredited by agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Determination of the courses credited will be made by the School Director. Grades from courses accepted will be used to calculate the student’s grade point average. A minimum grade of “C” is required for course transfer credit. Tuition and fees will be reduced by the number of courses granted by a “Transfer of Instructional Credits” determination. NCI will count transfer credits that apply toward the student’s current program in determining SAP. Transfer credits will be counted as both hours attempted and hours completed. A student who changes their program will be considered as a transfer student into the new program.