ADMISSIONS

APPLICATION PROCESS

 

Applicants should request an appointment for a personal interview with the admissions office.  During the appointment, prospective students are allowed to tour the facility. Information on available courses, course hours, hours of operation and instructors will be provided during the registration in-take process.  Each prospective student will take a basic assessment test to determine if the student’s reading and basic math skills are acceptable. 

ADMISSIONS PROCEDERS

 Prospective students must complete the application for admission and meet with an admissions coordinator prior to starting class.  Once accepted as regular students, they will be referred to the Business Office to complete an enrollment agreement and discuss financial options. Applicants must provide a copy of their high school diploma, transcript, or a copy of their GED at the time they complete the enrollment process.

ADMISSIONS ORIENTATION

 Orientation is required for all students prior to the beginning of classes. Specific instructions regarding the time of the orientation session will be forwarded to students approximately one week before classes begin. During the orientation process, students will be notified of pertinent rules and regulations, familiarized with the facility, and introduced to various faculty and staff.

 

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

 

Before admission to classes, all students must submit appropriate documents:

 

  1.  An applicant must be at least 18 years of age.

  2. $25.00 Application fee.

  3. Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

  4. Applicant must have a copy of transcript from the last educational institution attended.

  5. Applicant must submit two forms of identification; one must include photo.

  6. Applicant must submit the required application fee. Applicant should be in good health and have no physical disability that would prevent safe operation of equipment or hinder progress in training.

  7. Applicant must submit a criminal background check.   Failure to provide a complete criminal background check is grounds for ATI to deny enrollment.

  8. Students that are enrolling for Diesel Technology or Heavy Equipment may be required to do a background check. 

Contact Us

Access Training, Incorporated

4915 I-55 N. Frontage Rd

Suite C-305

Jackson, MS 39206

(601) 366-6001 / (601) 366- 6005 fax           accesstrain@gmail.com      

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