Whether you’re looking to get back to work or move up the ladder, education is the key. But you don’t need to spend four years on a college degree or earn an MBA to move forward—vocational and career training can help you learn new skills to advance your career. Before you start sifting through the various certifications, programs, and schools out there, check out this handy checklist to help you compare and weigh the different options. These questions will help you determine:
"Getting training is important, but New Horizons is more than a training center. An integral part of
the organization is the staff behind the great training opportunities. The persons in accounts,
marketing, mentored learning support, IT, and front office staff all contributed to my excellent
experience; each person was a supportive element to the organization and to its customers, the students."
Robert Dan Allan - New Horizons Graduate