We are very pleased to recognize employees from a variety of institutions, including Career Education Corporation, Concorde Career Colleges, Delta Career Education Corporation, and the Universal Technical Institute.
Lexington, Kentucky (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
The National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools (NASASPS) announced today that over 300 individuals have earned the Certified Higher Education Professional (CHEP) credential.
The CHEP certification awarded by NASASPS recognizes employees of career schools, colleges and universities who strive for excellence in their respective positions. The primary goal of this certification program is to enable institutions to develop high performing, compliant, and ethical employees to better serve students. CHEPs have successfully completed forty eight hours of approved training in their area of concentration and are required to complete eight hours of approved training annually to maintain their certification. Areas of concentration for CHEPs include:
- Higher Education Leadership
- Management and Supervision
- Campus Operations
- Career Services
- Online Teaching
NASASPS maintains a current list of CHEPs as well as a list of approved training providers on its website (http://www.nasasps.org).
“Achievement of the CHEP certification demonstrates the commitment of the institution and its employees to student success,” said John Ware, President of NASASPS. “We are very pleased to recognize employees from a variety of institutions, including Career Education Corporation, Concorde Career Colleges, Delta Career Education Corporation, and the Universal Technical Institute.”
The National Association of State Administrators and Supervisors of Private Schools (NASASPS) is non-profit tax-exempt charitable organization whose mission is to improve and promote effective state regulation of private postsecondary education. NASASPS regular membership includes state boards, commissions, agencies or departments that are engaged in the administration, regulation, or supervision of private schools, colleges, or universities.
NASASPS partnership members include federal agencies, accrediting agencies, guarantor agencies, and programmatic oversight agencies engaged in the regulatory oversight of private postsecondary schools. NASASPS associate members include private sector schools, colleges and universities, as well as educational associations and professional service providers. For more information about NASASPS, visit http://www.nasasps.org.