INTENSE SCHOOL HAS CLOSED ITS DOORS - HAVE YOU BEEN AFFECTED?
SECURITY UNIVERSITY IS OFFERING FREE AND REDUCED-COST TRAINING OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY INTENSE SCHOOL's CLOSING.
From Sondra Schneider CEO,
SU is dedicated to assisting students that have partially or fully-paid tuition to Intense School for classes running in 2010.
Why come to SU?
SU is VA State Approved 10 years now, which means if SU were to fail, you get your class fees back from a surety bond we pay for annually. We are re approved by SCHEV each year, where they review licensing requirements.
Make sure the school you do business with is licensed by each state they work in. Or else you could face the same bad business practices of unlicensed schools that have affected some of our colleagues.
Security University's goals this year and decade is to lead the security training market to higher levels of value by accreditation. SU will accredit our company our Q/ISP and Q/EH, Q/SA-Q/PTL, Q/FE & Q/ND credentials for you.
SU is seeking ACCET accreditation in early 2010 and hope to have our Q/ISP and related Certifications ICE accredited by the end of 2101.
Accreditation is the first step to authenticating your hands-on security credentails for true validation. These are monumental hurdles to establish qualified credentials in a unstable world and provide you the highest in security accreditation.
Today Security University learned Intense School pre-paid student fees can be refunded (a portion) from SCHEV in VA - the licensing board in the State of VA.
Linda Woodley is the SCHEV Director and has confirmed a portion of Intense School class fees may be refunded to the students.
Below is Linda Woodley's contact information to send/email about refunding a portion of the class fees.
Ms. Woodley has been advised that many students were financially hurt when Intense Schools closed their doors.
Pls contact Linda asap and pls let me know how Security University can assist you.
'good luck with working with Linda as she really knows her stuff. SJS:)
Linda H. Woodley, M.Ed.
Director, Private & Out-of-State Postsecondary Education
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
James Monroe Building
101 N. 14th Street, 9th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
Office phone: 804-371-2938
Fax phone: 804-786-2027 or 804-225-2604
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) is the Commonwealth's coordinating body for higher education. SCHEV was established by the Governor and General Assembly in 1956. Then as now, our mission, which is outlined in the Code of Virginia, is "to promote the development of an educationally and economically sound, vigorous, progressive, and coordinated system of higher education" in Virginia.
To fulfill our mission, SCHEV makes higher education public policy recommendations to the Governor and General Assembly in such areas as capital and operating budget planning, enrollment projections, institutional technology needs, and student financial aid. SCHEV administers a variety of educational programs that benefit students, faculty, parents, and taxpayers. SCHEV serves as a catalyst to promote greater access, quality, affordability, and accountability throughout the system. SCHEV also helps policymakers, college administrators, and other concerned leaders work cooperatively and constructively to advance educational excellence.
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