Since 1967 we have provided vocational training in fields that are in demand and ones that will give career opportunities to our graduates. Rest assure that we will do everything we can to make your educational experience memorable. With that in mind, you are now part of a family that will guide you through a path that will lead you to greater heights than you possibly ever imagined.
Associated Technical College, 1670 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90017 was founded in 1967 as the Career Academy. The Career Academy was acquired by the National Institute of Arts and Sciences in 1969 and by Associated Colleges of California in 1973. The school was purchased and became a division of Diversified Education Company on January 1,1975.
Our institutional objective is to provide oriented training programs to help the student develop the quality job skills needed for success in career areas offering long-range opportunities. Our programs are designed to put the student in the job market as quickly as possible consistent with the amount of training needed to gain employment. We provide hands-on, practical (learn-by-doing), training in fields where there is a demand for qualified entry-level employees. Flexible morning, afternoon and evening schedules allow students to finish their training even if employed before graduation.
Associated Technical College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology and is approved by the California Bureau of Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education www.bppe.ca.gov.
Proof of institutional eligibility, licensure and accreditation may be reviewed in the office of the school director during regular business hours.
Associated Technical College offers two courses that have high market demand.
The courses prepare students to go out and effectively put into practice what they learned at ATC.
We offer the following courses:
Applicants seeking admission to the School must be high school graduates or in possession of a G.E.D. certificate. OR be beyond the age of compulsory high school attendance (18. or over). A non-high school graduate may be admitted under an Ability-To-Benefit (ATB). as follows:
In order for an applicant to be admitted under the Ability-To-Benefit ("ATB") provision he/she must not possess a high school diploma or equivalent. and must achieve a passing score on a test approved by the U. S. Department of Education and administered by an independent proctor. To be eligible for Title IV financial assistance under this ATB provision. the applicant must either: I)have attended an eligible program at any Title IV institution prior to July I. 2012. or 2) have officially registered at a Title IV institution and have been scheduled to attend an eligible program prior to July I. 2012. If either of these two conditions exists. the student is eligible for Title IV HEA student assistance. The School must have proof of one of the alternatives listed above before aid can be awarded.
An applicant who does not meet the above requirements may be accepted for enrollment as an ATB student by taking an ATB test approved by the Department of Education and administered by an independent proctor and by showing that he/she is financially capable of paying for the program. either by paying in full in advance. by making monthly payments in an amount which will pay for the program by the end of the enrollment period. or have been approved for a Retail Installment Contract with the School. An applicant who does not show financial capability may be accepted if he/she has a guarantor (CO-Signer) who does.