For you to be eligible for any technical training program, you must have
a high school diploma or equivalency certificate (GED) and must be at
least 17 years of age. In addition, some programs may require specialized
testing prior to acceptance.
For entrance into the Medical Assisting program, you must achieve a minimum
score of 130 on the Career Program Assessment Test (CPAT), have a clean
bill of health on the basic TB, and VDRL, and exhibit a basic typing proficiency
of at least 15 words per minute.
To apply for the Health Information Technology program, you must achieve
a minimum score of 130 on the Career Program Assessment Test (CPAT) and
exhibit ability to type a minimum of 25 words per minute.
Apply for the Massage Therapy program, you must achieve a score of 130
on the Career Placement Assessment Test (CPAT), provide a complete physical
exam by a doctor within the last 12 months prior to admission in class,
and pass a background check conducted by the Texas Department of Health.
Because different versions of the examination are administered, you may
retake an entrance exam on the same day. It is preferred that all students
have valid driver's licenses before entering school; however, if you are
enrolling for classes in Automotive and Refrigeration, it is mandatory
that you have a valid driver's license before starting classes, due to