Students enrolled in online courses/programs are required to read and understand our distance education disclosure.
AC/C TECH courses and programs are 100% distance education which allow students access to their lessons 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via the internet. The course syllabus and all learning materials are available online. Any additional materials for study such as textbooks, tools, or separate reference materials may be purchased from local suppliers. Currently, only Indiana residents and AC/C TECH employer-partner students are allowed to enroll until National Accreditation is awarded.
Having access to any desktop computer, laptop computer, tablet, or smart phone with internet connection is required.
Each student is assigned a private username and password which allows access to their resources anytime and from any location.
To obtain additional information give us a call: 317-545-7071
Students may cancel an enrollment anytime and for any reason and by any method. Prospective students who have not visited the Property Management firm prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to cancel (without penalty) following a tour of the facilities where training will be provided.
AC/C TECH will pay a refund to students in the amount calculated under this policy, or as otherwise approved by the Indiana Board for Proprietary Education. The student's obligation at the time of cancellation will be calculated as follows:
The broad philosophy at AC/C TECH is to provide practical and focused training that will benefit students and the apartment communities they serve. We offer online training and the curriculum for each course involves:
Students can pursue lessons anytime of the day and from any location. Considering the lessons can be stopped and started at will and repeated many times over, the graduation rate will be high because students have self-paced control over the lessons. The lessons offer standardized training regardless of the equipment or employment location.
Student achievement is determined by completing lectures, labs, quizzes, a final examination, and OJT assignments. As the minimum passing standard, students are required to demonstrate a proficiency in 70% of the course activities. That includes earning a 70% or higher score on the Final Examination, OJT Evaluation, and Final Score. Students are required to pass all courses listed in the program to earn a Technical Certificate or AAS Degree. Successful completion of a program is based on meeting all requirements listed under the program objectives and will be confirmed by an appropriate credential.
During the admission process, all candidates are required to submit identification. Acceptable ID’s may include a valid driver’s license, governmental identification card, passport, or military identification.
At the conclusion of each course, instructors will verify the identity of students to assure that they are indeed the person who completed the online training. In addition, the instructors will verify if the student developed the skills necessary to complete work assignments expected of a maintenance technician. The instructor may ask questions related to diagnostic procedures, adjusting the system for optimum efficiency, annual maintenance activities, etc. Again, it’s just a 1-hour verification assignment.
AC/C TECH allows transfer of credits when an official transcript is received indicating the student’s achievements. The course organization and length must be similar to AC/C TECH’s, the age of the previously earned credit is not greater than 10 years old, the transfer does not exceed 75% of the program requirements (21 courses), and the transferring institution’s accreditation is defined as equal to or higher in status than AC/C TECH’s. Credits awarded for experiential or equivalent learning cannot exceed 25 percent of the program requirements (7 courses) to earn the AAS Degree.
AC/C TECH has the right to accept or deny credits based on how they align with the program and how they could affect property management firms and apartment communities supporting the programs.
AC/C TECH’s collection practices and procedures are fair, encourage students’ progress, and will seek to retain their good will.