Florida International Training Institute has simplified its admissions process in order to make it as easy as possible to start working on your future.
Our admissions representatives are available to guide you through the process and they will take the required time to explain step by step the whole program you are interested in. This is also the time where you can get answers for specific questions about the school.
*When meeting with your admissions representative, please make sure you have completed the following checklist:
- Valid Driver’s License or Photo I.D.
- Non-U.S. Citizens: Permanent residency card, parole documents, I-94 card, & passport.
- Social Security Card
- High School Diploma or G.E.D., and/or College Transcripts.
- If applying for Financial Aid: Income Tax declarations
When an interested party inquires about admission, an appointment is arranged to visit the school and meet with a school representative. At the time of the visit, the applicant will receive a catalog of the school and tour of the facilities. If the person decides to enroll, he or she will complete an application for admission and will be referred to the School Director for any further testing.
A student wishing to apply for enrollment is permitted to attend one class session prior to completing the Enrollment Agreement. If he/she decides to enroll, the Director will review all the information in his/her application and make a decision on the acceptance of the applicant as a regular student.
Florida International Training Institute is an equal opportunity institution in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations with established procedures for technical, vocational, and training programs.
An applicant for admission must be a high school graduate or must have a general equivalency diploma, its equivalent and must be a minimum of 18 years of age. Admission criteria will apply to all applicants seeking enrollment in any school program, no exception.
The admissions Office Representative will ascertain that each applicant for enrollment is fully informed of the nature and benefits or the training to be provided. Each applicant is advised of the responsibilities and demands of the program (s) of interests. The Admissions Office Representative will ensure that all criteria and conditions required are met during the admissions process. The Admission Office Representative will validate each one of the steps in order to prevent and or minimize any adverse impact reflecting on the school. The Admission Office Director will ascertain that all steps are fulfilled with the mandated level of compliance and in accordance with the school policies and procedures.
During the pre-admission conference, the Admission Office Representative shall establish that the applicant has potential for the successful completion of the training program of interest. At this step, the interviewing representative will ascertain that the applicant is in possession of a High School Diploma (HSD) or a General Education Diploma (GED).
During the interview with the applicant, the Admission Office Representative will provide complete information of the programs and a copy of the school catalogue including, but not limited to, length of programs, contents of courses, class schedules, admission criteria, tuition costs, and services. The school catalog will be provided to the student prior to enrolling.