1. The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc. is a professional organization that specializes in "Certification Programs" and Continuing Education courses.
2. We are not "accredited." As we are not a chartered school, we do not at this time offer any college level credits for our courses; only continuing education contact hours.
3. There is no type of government mandates or laws requiring "accreditation" for any professional organization that offers "Certifications" or "Continuing Professional Education. Certifications are most always developed and offered by "professional organizations" rather than schools of higher education. Accreditations are voluntary processes and are more important in higher education systems, such as colleges and universities. Accreditations are specifically important for colleges/universities to qualify for financial aid and funds, including government student loan programs.
4. There are some professional organization accreditations and recognitions that we will voluntarily be applying for in the near future. Such would be totally voluntary, but we do have a plan to obtain some for additional peer review purposes of our programs. Currently we do have an internal system/structure of peer review by all of our Advisory Boards. To preview our advisory board members: access here.
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