Licensing and Regulation
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LICENSING & REGULATION
In 2022, the Athens Institute of Allied Health applied for licensure through the Georgia Nonpublic Post Secondary Education Committee, Responsible for the administration of and strategic planning for the state college and university system of Georgia. The Division of Private Occupational Schools (DPOS) is an agency within the Department of Higher Education and the licensing and regulatory arm for non-degree granting programs such as the Medical Sales College. The mission statement directly from the website defines the mission of the division is to implement the directives of the General assembly, to provide standards for and to foster and improve private occupational schools and their educational services, and to protect the citizens against fraudulent or substandard private occupational schools.
On December 7th, 2010, the Medical Sales College was granted a Provisional Certification of Approval (one-year) – https://highered.colorado.gov/sites/highered/files/2020-05/dec10.pdf
On May 22nd, 2012, the Medical Sales College was granted a Standard Certificate of Approval (three-years) ? https://highered.colorado.gov/sites/highered/files/2020-05/may2212.pdf
On May 26th, 2015, the Medical Sales College was granted a Standard Certificate of Approval (three-years) – https://highered.colorado.gov/sites/highered/files/2020-05/may2615.pdf
On July 1st, 2018, the Medical Sales College was granted a Standard Certificate of Approval (three-years) –
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What does the Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School / Post Secondary Education required for licensing and regulation?
To receive approval, an educational entity must follow strict requirements. Upon submitting an application, several sections must be completed. School demographics, school agents, required disclosures, course syllabus, required evaluator reports of the entire curriculum, inventory of equipment to be used, list of training materials, list of reference materials, financial documents, safety inspection, advertising materials, course catalog, enrollment agreement, instructor credentials, instructor list and more. All of this information is then presented to the board of the Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School / Post Secondary Education. A board meeting is held regularly in which applications are presented and discussed for approval.
How does the Department 22
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