ABHES Visit Results in Outstanding Five-Year Reaccreditation for Nevada Career Institute
Award Highlights NCI’s Dedication to Equipping Students for Success
LAS VEGAS, Nevada—The Accrediting Bureau for Health Education Schools (ABHES) recently recognized Nevada Career Institute (NCI) with a five-year reaccreditation renewal. Following an extensive review process, which culminated in a two-day campus visit from ABHES evaluators, the accrediting agency awarded NCI with the longest grant possible.
“This is a wonderful achievement for Nevada Career Institute, as it highlights our commitment to always remain totally compliant with our regulators,” explained Chief Operating Officer Beylor Meza. “The five-year grant also attests to the quality of our programs and the efficacy of the learning environments we have created here.”
The Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools has been nationally recognized as an independent accrediting agency since 1969, serving as a leader in health education for more than 40 years. ABHES remains committed to their goal of “enhanc[ing] the quality of education and training and promot[ing] institutional and programmatic accountability through systematic and consistent program evaluation.” Their ongoing efforts have raised the standard for quality health programs throughout the nation.
“This ABHES accreditation is only possible because of the hard work and dedication of every NCI Team Member,” Meza shared. “At Nevada Career Institute, we are all about helping students learn the skills they need and change their lives for the better through our quality career training programs.”
Interested in learning more about Nevada Career Institute's programs? Please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu for more information today!
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