In addition to the updated materials we'll need a sales agreement showing which party will take responsibility for student complaints within the first year of the purchase (students can file a complaint up to one year after completion of a program).
Please contact the Workforce Board for additional details and to be issued a new logon and password, 360-709-4600.
If you haven’t already, you will need to: Please review the New School Orientation Power Point.
If you need further clarification, a call-in conference style orientation or webinar is available monthly, see dates below.
Vocational schools serve a distinctive purpose as they provide short-term training that prepares students to enter the workforce in a field in demand in their local community or region.
These schools are often referred to as technical schools and are usually fully accredited, which allows students to receive financial aid when attending if they qualify.
Many programs include a well-rounded curriculum that ensures students receive classroom learning and hands-on training, as well as real-life experience through externships at off-campus facilities.
With vocational education, you also receive the choice of attending on-campus classes, or reaping the benefits and freedom of an online vocational school.
Upon graduation from a vocational college, you will be prepared to go after the career of your choice, whether your goal is to work as a carpenter, legal assistant, medical billing and coding specialist, computer programmer, or graphic designer.
You can become an asset to businesses, government offices, and contractors with a vocational education that prepares you to make a seamless transition into the work force.