Admissions

1.  If you’re at least 17 and will need Federal Student Aid, a high school diploma or GED is required and you must:

a. Visit the school and meet with the admissions representative;
b. Provide a copy of your high school diploma, GED, or your California
State Proficiency Test scores;
c. Provide valid Social Security card;
d. Provide driver’s license or a government-issued photo identification
card;

3. If you’re at least 18, an immigrant to the United States, and have completed high school or its equivalent in your country of origin, you must:

a. Have your high school transcript/diploma evaluated by an
independent agency to ensure that it is equivalent to California/US
high school diploma
b. Have completed 10th grade education or its equivalent;
c. Visit the school and meet with the admissions representative
d. Provide a valid Social Security card;
e. Provide driver’s license or a government-issued photo identification
card.

2.  If you do not have a high school diploma or its equivalent, the Federal Student Aid will not be available to you. If you still like to join the program without federal assistance you must:

a. Be at least 18 years old;
b. Have completed 10th grade education or its equivalent;
c. Visit the school and meet with the admissions representative
d. Provide a valid Social Security card;
e. Provide driver’s license or a government-issued photo identification
card.
f. Demonstrate your “Ability to Benefit” from the training by passing an
Ability-to-Benefit test. These tests are administered by an
independent test administrator. The two Ability-to-Benefit tests used
are (1) the Wonderlic VS-I/QS-1 Test (passing score for the VS-1
section is 200 or higher and for the QS-1 section is 210 or higher)
and (2) the COMPASS Ability-to-Benefit test published by American
College Testing [ACT] (minimum passing scores of 62 in Reading, 32
in Writing Skills and 25 in Pre-algebra/Num Skills).

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