Training Courses -
Admissions / Fees / Attendance
Entry Level Training - (160 Hours)
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
HOME HEALTH AIDE
Career Path Training - (240 Hours)
FOOD SERVICE AND CULINARY ARTS TRAINING
FOOD SERVICE MANAGMENT TRAINING
Career Path Training with Internship - (480 Hours)
COOK AND FOOD SERVICE TRAINING
All students must attend Ventana del Soul's Informational which is held every
Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at Ventana del Soul. Training Courses start every Monday.
Once approved for admittance and tuition is paid or financial assitance is approved,
students must start classes within 30 days.
Entry Level Training Courses: 160 hours - $2500
Career Path Training Courses: 240 hours - $7,000
Career Path Training with Internship Courses: 480 hours - $14,000
You can drop a training course by e-mail notification only. If you drop one
or more classes by the training course withdrawal deadlines listed in the registration
calendar, you may be eligible for a refund. Once training begins, students who
drop or are withdrawn by Ventana del Soul must pay a percentage of the tuition
Students may expect to receive their refunds for training courses within four
to six weeks from the 1st class day. Tuition refund amounts are based on the
deadlines listed on the registration calendar, less any debt owed to Ventana
del Soul. Ventana del Soul's refund policy is 100% prior to the weekday before
the first class day. Classes that are one (1) day long must be dropped before
the class starts for any type of refund to occur.
Refunds for credit card payments will appear as a credit on your monthly credit
card statement. You are responsible for interest charged to the credit card
account while the refund is processed. Dropping or withdrawing from any class
may affect financial aid or veterans' benefits. See your caseworker for assistance
before making changes. Refunds for tuition paid by personal check are processed
no sooner than four weeks after the receipt of the check and are mailed to the
address on file.
Students are expected to attend all training classes, laboratories, fieldtrips,
and practicals and have full responsibility for accounting to their instructor
for absences. Make-up work may be allowed at the discretion of the instructor.
Any student who has missed more than 20 percent of the training from the first
day of classes in a course will not receive credit for the course. The student
will be withdrawn from the training course by the instructor when he/she has
been absent more than 20 percent of the class hours scheduled. Once a student
has been withdrawn from a training course all completed work, certifications,
and references are forfeited. Students must complete the total number of training
hours required by the course in order to graduate from the training course.
REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
What is Registered Apprenticeship?
Registered Apprenticeship programs meet the skilled workforce needs of American
industry, training millions of qualified individuals for lifelong careers since
1937. Registered Apprenticeship helps mobilize America's workforce with structured,
on-the-job learning in traditional industries such as construction and manufacturing,
as well as new emerging industries such as health care, information technology,
energy, telecommunications and more. Registered Apprenticeship connects job
seekers looking to learn new skills with employers looking for qualified workers,
resulting in a workforce with industry-driven training and employers with a
- U.S. Department of Labor
How does Registered Apprenticeship benefit
How does Registered Apprenticeship benefit employees?