School of Career Education
The mission of the School of Career Education is to provide post-secondary students with high-quality, affordable vocational training, to equip our students with the tools and skills that will lead to a successful career.
School of Career Education will be regionally recognized as the premier post-secondary occupational training program in Riverside County. A commitment to excellent instruction, coupled with continuous improvement will provide adult students a first rate affordable occupational training program. The School of Career Education will be highly regarded for its occupational teaching excellence, affordability and its instructors’ connections to the world of work thereby resulting in graduates of their training programs to become employed or allow them to move up their career ladder and be successful in the world of work.
Accreditation is a critical part of choosing a quality school. It’s your assurance that the institution upholds standards set forth by an independent accrediting agency that is recognized by the United States Department of Education. In order to receive accreditation, a school must meet specific requirements and be approved by an official review board that certifies its strict adherence to the accrediting body’s standards of academic and institutional criteria.
RCOE School of Career Education is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE).
The Accrediting Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE) is located at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350, www.council.org.
Below is information that will help guide you and inform you as you decide on your career path.
Because we are connected to the world of work
The School of Career Education works closely with our Business Advisory Board that is comprised of Riverside County business and industry. They advise us on our curriculum to make sure that when you complete your journey with us, your skills are relevant and marketable.
Appointed Business/Industry Advisory members support us by:
- Identifying what skills are needed by employees
- Reviewing instructional materials for both occupational and academic content
- Contributing to the design and quality of our courses.
- Assisting in curriculum review
- Identifying competency levels and performance standards for their industry
- Reviewing student outcomes relating to completion, placement and licensure rates
- Evaluating safety practices and compliances
Meet our Dedicated Business/Industry Advisory Members
- Ronald Fritz, DDS
- Norma A. Lantzch, DDS, Premium Smile Care
- Ines Suarez, DDS, Del Pueblo Dental
- Stella Suba, RDA, CDA, VA Loma Linda
- Mark Carpenter, DDS Shadow Hills Dental
- Norman Corlew, DC, Chiropractor, Alessandro Chiropractic
- Sharon Farrand, RN, Hemet Valley Medical Center
- Cheryl Fish, Pharmacy Technician, Hemet Valley Medical Center
- Joan Gaston, Educational Specialist, Kaiser Permanente
- Danilo Jones, Director of Staff Development, Airforce Village West
- Dave Milbourne, Flight RN, Mercy Air
- Karen Petrilla, EMS Specialist, Riverside County EMS
- Dr. Jocelyn Tarcelo, RPH, Director of Pharmacy, MedExpress Pharmacy
- Francis Tarcelo, President, MedExpress Pharmacy
- John Taylor, EMT-P, Symons
- Jason Turner, EMT-P, AMR Hemet
- Jorge Martinez, Fountains at the Carlotta
- Roger Spearman, Cambrian Home Care
- Rosa Lucas, Eisenhower Urgent Care
- Andrea Mattoon, VIP Urgent Care
- Grace Finch, Loma Linda University Medical Center
- Tracy Howard, Riverside County Mental Health
- Tommy Booth, AMR Hemet
- Trevor Douville, Riverside County EMS Agency
- Carla Bolonich, Riverside County Cal Fire
- Kris Yearly, Loma Linda University Medical Center
- James Hatter, Advance Outcome Management
- Mariya Lewis, CVS Pharmacy
- Kevin Rawls, RPH
- Sandy Vargas, PHD Pharmacy
- Complete Phlebotomy Training
- American Spine and Pain Medical Group
- Lucy Flores-Ahumada, Office Supervisor, Riverside County Mental Health
- Courtney Davis, Office Manager, Ashley Medical Group
- Theresa Henderson, President, California Certifying Board of Medical Assistants
- Shiow Laiw, Office Manager, Dr. Bell C. Laiw, M.D.
- Sandy Soria, Office Manager, Children’s Medical Group
- Kim Vanderstraeten, Office Manager, Corona Family Care, Inc.
- April Castillo, Robert Half International
- Cozette Tripp, Gentiva Hospice
- Andrea Anderson, Bruce A. Hayton, M.D.
- Maria R. Gopez, M.D., Inc.
- BWI Billing Consulting
- Henry Jackson, Vocational Training International
- Joe Talley, CEO, Talley Metal Fab
- Joe Talley III, Project Manager, Talley Metal Fab
Data & information to help you make an informed decision
The staff at the School of Career Education work diligently to ensure that every student has an opportunity to be successful in his/her educational endeavors. It is a priority to maintain a safe, stable, and academically enriching environment for all students enrolled in our courses or programs. In accordance with federal and state guidelines, we annually maintain statistics regarding school enrollment, student program completion, student program placement, and student program licensure. This allows staff to regularly evaluate all services provided, and improve the quality of services offered. This information is readily available in hard copy through the Student Services Center.
Gainful Employment – Completion, Placement and Licensure – helps you understand the value of programs at the School of Career Education.
Campus Safety and Security – learn more about how we provide a safe school environment that is conducive to learning and student safety.
2018 Annual Safety Report – find detailed information on how we provide a safe school environment along with annual crime statistics in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crime statistics Act.
Drug/Alcohol Prevention – read our policy about drug and alcohol prevention strategies to ensure that our students achieve optimal success.
Voter Registration – we authorize the use of available facilities for polling places when specifically requested by the city or county clerk.
Consumer Disclosures for Enrolled and Prospective Students
Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information: In accordance with federal regulations set forth by The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, below is a summary of consumer information that must be made available to all students at School of Career of Education. This summary is provided periodically to current students and associates via email. Please direct any questions and/or requests for paper copies of specific institutional or financial aid information to the Student Services Center (951-826-4723).
Each topic listed below gives a brief description of the information that must be disclosed and explains how it can be obtained or is hyperlinked.