Professional Career Training Institute uses guidelines and criteria from state and federal sources so that all programs, costs, and employment rates are consistent with current practices and trends. The college’s programs are based on standardized guidelines detailed on behalf of the US Department of Education, Council of Opportunity in Education, and The Texas Workforce Commission.
Information is disseminated through the catalog, class schedule, and website, as well as through prospective student sessions, new student orientation and financial aid meetings with students. Students may also access their progress to certificate completion through the admissions office and the Stars system.
It is PCTI’s goal to not misrepresent itself to any student, a prospective student, a member of the public, or the Department of Education. “Misrepresentation,” as defined by the Department of Education, is any false, erroneous, or misleading statement made to any of the parties mentioned above.
PCTI employees and its representatives do not purposely or erroneously give inaccurate information about our organization. Factual information is presented to prospective students and families regarding educational programs, financial charges, and the employability of its graduates.