What is ACCSCT?
ACCSCT, or Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology is a non profit, private, accrediting body for vocational training. While it is obvious that there should be set standards for academic education from kindergarten through university, few people are aware of a similar system for vocational programs of career training. There are one or two obvious exceptions such as nursing, but what about the rest of vocational training? This is why ACCSCT is needed to uphold certain levels of quality and demand specific criteria to be met for standards of curriculum design, practical sessions, and coursework. Some industries have a worse reputation than others for shoddy workmanship and low standards of service and quality. Auto mechanics and plumbing are notorious. This is why ACCSCT was set up to protect students being given insufficient career education, and the general public from poor or even dangerous workmanship.
ACCSCT accredited mechanic school provides many benefits. Students know that the standard of mechanic training is rigorously applied and that the structure of the course has been inspected and approved as meeting certain standards. There are over eight hundred ACCSCT approved institutions, so there should be an ACCSCT accredited mechanic school near you. Once you have completed your training, you could return to further your knowledge and education. With ACCSCT accredited mechanic schools, you do not necessarily have to go back to a particular school, since the same high standards can be found at any accredited institution.