As we consult with customers across the nation, phrases such as, “we are so short-staffed,” “we’re doing more with less,” and, “vacated positions are not being filled,” are not uncommon to hear. This is coming at a time when skills training is critical to the workforce, which makes the situation even more complicated. To meet this need for training, continuing education programs are partnering with external content providers to fill the gap.
ACEware is proud to introduce you to Career Educational Services (CES), who provides allied health and IT fundamentals training courses. CES is managed by continuing educators who know what you do, but what's even better is that ACEware knows them, and they have been with institutions that partnered with ACEware! Check out what their message below and give them a shout if their content might serve your students and community.
Let Career Educational Services (CES) be your source for generating revenue by becoming a partner. Meet your institution's mission without exhausting yourself and your staff. CES provides instructors, course materials, administrative support, and participant externship placement. Partnering with an expert in allied health training can reduce risk, cut start-up costs, and makes the program implementation as uncomplicated as possible.
CES has partnered with universities offering condensed, popular, and highly sought-after medical career training programs nationwide. These fee-based and non-credit programs taught by experienced industry professionals can generate substantial revenue.
CES has also created partnerships with medical facilities, healthcare providers, and pharmacies for participants to complete the externship part of their program. We have national contracts with companies such as CVS and Walgreens. Our programs are condensed but thorough for preparing our graduates for certification and entry-level positions.
Our proven success is based on several important principles:
- Easy Implementation
- High Pass Ratio on Board Exams
- A High Graduation and Retention Rate
- Low-cost tuition and convenient times
- Meets the needs of the Community
Our market demands short-term programs. Adult students with work and family obligations can gain entry-level medical skills to start a new career without having to sit in a classroom for up to two years. Students appreciate the fact that class is held two days per week for three hours versus the normal time commitment of five days per week for up to five or six hours.
Our schedules allow this target market to keep working in their current job and spend more valuable time with their families while attending class. Our condensed format is a competency-based model, meaning that students are not paying for unwanted or unnecessary classes and materials. Students learn what they need to pass national and/or state certification exams, and gain the knowledge needed for entry-level positions.
For more information about becoming a CES partner please contact us.
Let CES be the answer to your future!
Carmen Martinez Lewis