If you are considering enrolling in a vocational school, determine what kind of training is actually required and what the prospects of employment are. Learn if the school will help you find a job and the percentage of students successfully placed, remembering that schools cannot guarantee employment. Find out the dropout rate as that is a good indicator of the quality of the program. Check to see if the school is accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency. Finally, make sure all terms of the enrollment agreement and any financing agreement are fully understood and all oral promises are put in writing. Further Information CBBB Booklet: Trade and Technical Schools
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