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Allied Health is dedicated to providing you a quality education at an affordable price.

How much are your courses?

Check out our course price list page: http://alliedhealthcareertraining.enrollware.com/schedule

How long are your courses?

Each course has its own clock hour requirements, check specific course descriptions for length of class.

How do I register for a course?

Student Registration and Course Enrollment may be completed either in our Enrollment Office during office hours, or online at our website: www.alliedhealthcareertraining.com. As our class sizes are limited, course enrollment is on a first come/first served basis.

What age requirements must be met to enroll in a course?

Each course has different age requirements, please see our course descriptions for specific course requirements and information.

What do I need to bring with me to register?

A government issued photo identification (such as driver’s license, passport, military id, etc.) and social security card need to be provided on or by the first day of class.

Do you offer financial student aid?

Allied Health Career Training, LLC does not offer financial student aid at this time.

Do you offer clock hour transfers?

Allied Health Career Training, LLC does not offer clock hour transfers at this time.

Do I have to pay in full to register?

No, you can register by paying a $100 down payment and signing up for a payment plan.

If I sign up and decide later not to take the course, can I get my money back?

Refunds are calculated per our published refund policy which follows Kansas Board of Regents guidelines.

If I start a course and drop, can I get my money back?

Refunds are calculated per our published refund policy which follows Kansas Board of Regents guidelines.

What happens if I take a course and fail?

We want all of our students to succeed. Should you fail a course your instructor will discuss options with you, such as tutoring or retaking the course.

What happens if I miss a class or clinical day?

If you miss or are going to miss a class or clinical day you must contact your instructor as soon as possible to discuss options to make-up missed class time. Students are responsible for paying for make-up session fees and all make-up sessions are scheduled by the instructor at their discretion. A make-up session does not necessarily guarantee that the student will be able to finish the class at the time specified in the course syllabus. Many of our courses are regulated by the State of Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services. These course hours are mandated and students must complete all hours in order to complete the course.

If I am unable to finish a course but still wish to complete at a later date what do I do?

Students may transfer from an enrolled course to the same course type at a later time. The future course must be within three months or, if no course is available within three months, the next available course. The student may transfer only one time within thirty days of withdrawal for a nonrefundable administrative fee of $25.00. This fee may be added to the student’s balance owing but must be paid before the student is allowed to finish the course. The student must inform the Enrollment Office in order to complete the transfer.

Am I able to take more than once class at a time?

Students may take as many courses as they wish provided that none of the scheduled class times overlap.

What do I have to wear to attend class?

With the exception of clinical days, students may wear street clothes to class. During clinicals students must wear scrubs and shoes with closed toes and heels.  Students will be supplied a uniform and name tag during class prior to scheduled clinical days.

How do I get a copy of my transcript?

Students may obtain a copy of their transcripts or review their academic record by contacting the Enrollment office at (316) 854-3892 or online at www.alliedhealthcareertraining.com.

How do I qualify for the Money Back Guarantee?

Allied Health Career Training, LLC will refund the student 100% of Tuition ONLY (not including other fees) if the student does not pass the state board examination for the corresponding course taken. To qualify for this the student must be enrolled in CNA, CMA, or HHA and must  participate, attend, and pass all classroom and clinical material. The student must make all allowable attempts to pass the state board exam (3 times as allowed by KDADS for CNA, 2 attempts for CMA & HHA). The student must schedule and attend the tutoring provided by ACHT staff, free of charge, after any failed attempt.