- The Florida Commission for Independent Education (CIE) requires that all Admissions Directors, Representatives, and Agents complete approved training. The purpose is to ensure that admissions staff provides prospective students with clear and accurate information. The required training program focuses on fair consumer practices pursuant to Sections 1005.04 and 1005.34, Florida Statutes and Rule 6E-1.0032, Florida Administrative Code. This course is approved by the Commission and covers fair consumer practices for all admissions staff, including Agents who work off campus. The course includes regulatory information, best practices to stay in compliance, and methods to learn about your specific school policies, procedures, programs, and services.
CIE requires annual training for admissions staff to renew their license. This course meets the CIE training requirement. 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.
ACCSC101 Fulfilling the Standards of Accreditation: Administration ACCSC102 Fulfilling the Standards of Accreditation: Academics CM101 Internal Audits: Building a Compliant Campus CM102 Raising the Bar - Compliant Communications with Students CM104 Compliant Interactions: Acting with Integrity CM106 Creating a Compliant Culture: Do's and Don'ts CM140 Title IX and VAWA Training: Building Safer Campuses CM150 Understanding the Language and Intention of Accreditation Standards CM221 Florida Admissions: Complying with the Rules and Regulations CM251 Students with Disabilities: Legal Obligations and Opportunities