National Training, Inc. is Nationally Accredited by the of the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), Washington, D.C.
The DEAC is recognized as a “Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agency” by the U.S. Department of Education.
NTI is fully licensed by the State of Florida, Commission for Independent Education. NTI is also licensed by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. We train eligible applicants under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). In addition, NTI is authorized to train eligible Vocational Rehabilitation Participants.
What this all means to you is: value and employer recognition. We offer a high quality, up-to-date, no nonsense program for heavy equipment operation and training with a very competitive tuition that is rarely met by any competitive institution.
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Who is the Distance Education and Training Council?
The DEAC Accrediting Commission was established in 1955. The Commission’s mission is to promote, by means of standard-setting, evaluation, and consultation processes, the development and maintenance of high educational and ethical standards in education and training programs delivered through distance learning. The DEAC Accrediting Commission identifies and accredits distance education and training institutions that have attained and maintained the standards deemed necessary to operate at a high level of quality.
Distance Education Accrediting Commission
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Washington, D.C. 20009
What is Accreditation and Why is it important?
The process of accreditation is voluntary. Institutions seeking accreditation open their doors to be thoroughly evaluated by their peers.
Accreditation is both a status and a process. As a status, accreditation provides public notification that an institution or program meets standards of quality set forth by an accrediting agency.
As a process, accreditation reflects the fact that in achieving recognition by the accrediting agency, the institution or program is committed to self-study and external review by one’s peers in seeking, not only to meet standards, but to continuously seek ways in which to enhance the quality of education and training provided.
Today, more than 4 million Americans are enrolled in DEAC-accredited institutions. It is estimated that since 1890, some 130 million Americans have taken distance education courses. Presently, there are 100 institutions accredited by the Accrediting Commission.