- This course is designed for employees of all roles and levels at institutions that participate in federal financial aid programs. The course provides an awareness of prohibited acts which could adversely impact operations, and covers the requirements which must be adhered to in order to maintain good standing with state* and federal regulations as outlined in the Program Integrity rules. Emphasis is on areas of misrepresentation related to advertising and recruitment activities, interactions with prospective students and appropriate communication of disclosures and other publications.
*This course currently covers the regulations for the following states: AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NM, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, VA, WA. Course participants can select specific state(s) at the beginning of the course to customize the training content to their state.
This course (formerly CM112) meets CIE's annual training requirement for admissions staff and is recommended for trainees who have completed CM201 and CM221. By using this course, schools do not have to create their own training program for approval. In addition, this course provides 4 hours of continuing education approved by the Commission.
CM101 Internal Audits: Building a Compliant Campus CM104 Compliant Interactions: Acting with Integrity CM106 Creating a Compliant Culture: Do's and Don'ts CM150 Understanding the Language and Intention of Accreditation Standards CM201 Admissions Compliance Training for Florida Career Institutions CM221 Florida Admissions: Complying with the Rules and Regulations CM251 Students with Disabilities: Legal Obligations and Opportunities