DIALYSIS CAREER INSTITUTE

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Dialysis Career Institute Inc.

15461 Main Street # 204 Hesperia CA 92345

760-949-8400 Phone 760-949-6500 Fax

Website: www.dialysistraining4you.com E-mail address: dialysiscareer@yahoo.com

 

 

SCHOOL PERFORMANCE FACT SHEET

CALENDAR YEARS 2014 & 2015

 

Hemodialysis Training – 16-week program

 

On-Time Completion Rates (Graduation Rates)

 

Calendar
Year
Number of
Students
Who Began the
Program
Students
Available for
Graduation
Number of
On-Time
Graduates
On-Time
Completion
Rate
 2014  9 9 7 78%
 2015  29 29 28 97% 


Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

 Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

150% TABLE OPTIONAL  ↓ 

Students Completing Within 150% of the Published Program Length

 

Calendar
Year
Number of
Students
Who Began the
Program
Students
Available for
Graduation

150%

Graduates

150%

Completion Rate  
 2014  9 9 7 78%
 2015  29 29 9 31%
 2014 N/A N/A N/A N/A
 2015 N/A N/A N/A N/A

 **Included if the program is more than one year in length.

 

Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Job Placement Rates (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

Calendar
Year
Number of
Students
Who Began the
Program
Number of Graduates

Graduates Available for

Employment

Graduates

Employed in the

Field

Placement Rate %

Employed in the

Field
 2014  9 9 7 5 71%
 2015  29 29 28 21 75%

You may obtain from the institution a list of the employment positions determined to be in the field for which a student received education and training:

DaVita careers, FMC careers, PCT job openings

 

Gainfully Employed Categories (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

  

Part-Time vs. Full-Time Employment

Calendar
Year

Graduate Employed in the Field

20-29 Hours Per Week

Graduates Employed in the

Field at Least 30 Hours Per Week

 

Total Graduates

Employed in the

Field

 2014 0 5 5
 2015 4 17 21

 

 

 

Single Position vs. Concurrent Aggregated Position

Calendar
Year

Graduates Employed in the

Field in a Single Position

Graduates Employed in the

Field in Concurrent

Aggregated Positions

Total Graduates

Employed in the

Field

 2014 5 0 5
 2015 21 0 21

 

 

 

Self-Employed / Freelance Positions

Graduates Employed in the

Field in a Single Position

Graduates Employed who are Self-Employed or Working Freelance

Total Graduates Employed in the Field

 2014 0 5
 2015 0 21

 

 

 

Institutional Employment

Graduates Employed in the

Field in a Single Position

Graduates Employed in the Field who are Employed by the Institution, an Employer Owned by the Institution, or an Employer who Shares Ownership with the Institution.

Total Graduates Employed in the Field

 2014 0 5
 2015 0 21


Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

  Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

 

IF the majority of graduates from this program obtain jobs in self-employment or freelance work add: This program may result in freelance or self-employment.

  • The work available to graduates of this program is usually for freelance or self-employment
  • This type of work may not be consistent.
  • The period of employment can range from one day to weeks to several months.
  • Hours worked in a day or week may be more or less than the traditional 8 hour work day or 40 hour work week
  • You can expect to spend unpaid time expanding your networks, advertising, promoting your services, or honing your skills
  • Once graduates begin to work freelance or are self-employed, they will be asked to provide documentation that they are employed as such so that they may be counted as placed for our job placement records.
  • Students initialing this disclosure understand that either a majority or all of this school’s graduates are employed in this manner and understand what comprises this work style.

 

Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

 Only initial after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 License Examination Passage Rates (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

First Available

Exam Date

Date Exam Results

Announced

Number of

Graduates in

Calendar Year

Number of

Graduates

Taking Exam
Number Who Passed Exam Number Who Failed Exam Passage Rate

Proctored examinations are conducted by “The California Dialysis Consul” all certification are public, the website is: californiadialysis.org

 

Student’s Initials:            Date:                             

  Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

  OR

 

Calendar Year

Number of Graduates in

Calendar Year

Number of Graduates

Taking Exam

Number of Graduates

Taking Exam

Number of Graduates

Taking Exam

Number of Graduates

Taking Exam

2014 9 3 3 0 100%
2015 29 24 24 0 100%

          Licensure examination passage data is not available from the state agency administering the examination. We are unable to collect data from 0 graduates.

 

  Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

    Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

Salary and Wage Information (includes data for the two calendar years prior to reporting)

 

 

Annual salary and wages reported for graduates employed in the field.

Calendar
Year
Graduates Available for Employment

Graduates

Employed in

Field

$20,001

-

$25,000

$35,001

-

$40,000

$40,001

-

$45,000

$45,001

-

$50,000

No Salary

Information

Reported

2014 7 5 0 5 0 0 0
2015 28 17 0 17 0 0

A list of sources used to substantiate salary disclosures is available from the school. 

Salary.com- Payscale.com and Glassdoor.com

 

  Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

    Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

Cost of Educational Program

Total charges for the program for students completing on-time in 2015: $7,500. Additional charges may be incurred if the program is not completed on-time.

 

  Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

    Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

Federal Student Loan Debt

Most recent three year cohort default rate, as reported by the United State Department of Education

The percentage of enrolled students in 2015 receiving federal student loans to pay for this program.

The average amount of federal student loan debt of 2015graduates who took out federal student loans at this institution.

The percentage of graduates in 2015 who took out federal student loans to pay for this Program

 N/A 0 0 0

 1The percentage of students who defaulted on their federal student loans is called the Cohort Default Rate (CDR). It shows the percentage of this school’s students who were more than 270 days (9 months) behind on their federal student loans within three years of when the first payment was due. This is the most recent CDR reported by the U.S. Department of Education.

 

  Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

    Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

OR – ONE OF THE FOLLOWING IF THE INSTITUTION DOES NOT PARTICIPATE IN FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS:

 

Students at Dialysis Career Institute Inc. are not eligible for federal student loans. This institution does not meet the U.S. Department of Education criteria that would allow its students to participate in federal student aid programs.

 

  Student’s Initials:             Date:                             

    Initial only after you have had sufficient time to read and understand the information.

 

This fact sheet is filed with the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Regardless of any information you may have relating to completion rates, placement rates, starting salaries, or license exam passage rates, this fact sheet contains the information as calculated pursuant to state law.

 

Any questions a student may have regarding this fact sheet that have not been satisfactorily answered by the institution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at 2535 Capitol Oaks Drive, Suite 400, Sacramento, CA 95833, www.bppe.ca.gov, toll-free telephone number (888) 370-7589 or by fax (916) 263-1897.

 

 

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Definitions

 

  • “Number of Students Who Began the Program” means the number of students who began a program who were scheduled to complete the program within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year and excludes all students who cancelled during the cancellation period.
  • “Students Available for Graduation” is the number of students who began the program minus the number of students who have died, been incarcerated, or been called to active military duty.
  • “Number of On-time Graduates” is the number  of students who completed the program  within 100% of the published program length within the reporting calendar year.
  • “On-time Completion Rate” is the number of on-time graduates divided by the number of students available for graduation.
  • “150% Graduates” is the number of students who completed the program within 150% of the program length (includes on-time graduates).
  • “150% Completion Rate” is the number of students who completed the program in the reported calendar year within 150% of the published program length, including on-time graduates, divided by the number of students available for graduation.
  • “Graduates Available for Employment” means the number of graduates minus the number of graduates unavailable for employment.
  • “Graduates Unavailable for Employment” means the graduates who, after graduation, die, become incarcerated, are called to active military duty, are international students that leave the United States or do not have a visa allowing employment in the United States, or are continuing their education in an accredited or bureau-approved postsecondary institution.
  • “Graduates Employed in the Field” means graduates who beginning within six months after a student completes the applicable educational program are gainfully employed, whose employment has been reported, and for whom the institution has documented verification of employment. For occupations for which the state requires passing an examination, the six months period begins after the announcement of the examination results for the first examination available after a student completes an applicable educational program.
  • “Placement Rate Employed in the Field” is calculated by dividing the number of graduates gainfully employed in the field by the number of graduates available for employment.
  • “Number of Graduates Taking Exam” is the number of graduates who took the first available exam in the reported calendar year.
  • “First Available Exam Date” is the date for the first available exam after a student completed a program.
  • “Passage Rate” is calculated by dividing the number of graduates who passed the exam by the number of graduates who took the reported licensing exam.
  • “Number Who Passed First Available Exam” is the number of graduates who took and passed the first available licensing exam after completing the program.
  • “Salary” is as reported by graduate or graduate’s employer.
  • “No Salary Information Reported” is the number of graduates for whom, after making reasonable attempts, the school was not able to obtain salary information.

 

 

 

STUDENT’S RIGHT TO CANCEL

STUDENT’S RIGHT TO CANCEL OR WITHDRAW

Cancellation, withdrawal and refund policy:

“The student has the right to cancel the enrollment agreement or withdraw from the institution and obtain a refund of charges paid through attendance at the first-class session, or the seventh day after enrollment, whichever is later. Student is required to follow to cancel the enrollment agreement or withdraw from the institution and obtain a refund consistent with the requirements of Article 13. “

The date the school requires cancellation of the agreement with only registration fees as a penalty is January 9 or February 2, 2016 or March 26, 2016 or April 26, 2016 the seventh day after enrollment, whichever is later.

If it is necessary for Dialysis Career Institute to cancel the course, your full course fee will be refunded.

Dialysis Career Institute; cancellation, withdrawal and refund policies requires student to come in person to the school and submit a written statement with signature that states he/she is cancelling or withdrawing from the class at will. The student will need to follow the guidelines below to receive a refund if applicable:

A student must request a refund in person and in writing only. The refund cannot require a refund policy fee. The address for the refund request is: 15461 Main Street Suite 204 Hesperia California 92345.

“The institution does not participate in federal student financial aid funding”.

REFUND POLICY

 

(a)Cancellation and withdrawal by the student must be requested in writing. The student does not have the right to cancel by just telephoning the school or by not coming to class.

 A withdrawal may be effectuated by the student's written notice or by the student's conduct, including, but not necessarily limited to, a student's lack of attendance.

 

“The student has the right to cancel or withdrawal from the program at any time”.

The student shall be deemed to have withdrawn from a course when any of the following occurs: You notify the school of your withdrawal in writing or the actual date of withdrawal. The school terminates you. You fail to attend two consecutive classes. In this case, the date of withdrawal will be assumed to be the last date of attendance.

 

(b) Dialysis Career Institute will refund 100 percent of the amount paid to the institution, less processing and deposit $600 fees, if notice of cancellation is made through attendance at the first class session, or the seventh day after enrollment, whichever is later.

 (c) The institution will refund tuition not earned by the College. The refund for students who have completed 60% percent or less of the period of attendance shall be a pro rata refund. 5 CCR §71750(c) A pro rata refund pursuant to section 94919(c) or 94920(d) or 94927 of the Code shall be no less than the total amount owed by the student for the portion of the educational program provided subtracted from the amount paid by the student, calculated as follows:
The amount owed equals the daily charge for the program (total institutional charge divided by the number of days or hours in the program), multiplied by the number of days student attended, or was scheduled to attend, prior to withdrawal.

If the institution has collected money from the student for transmittal on the student's behalf to a third party for a bond, library usage, or fees for a license, application, or examination and the institution has not paid the money to the third party at the time of the student's withdrawal or cancellation, the institution shall refund the money to the student within 45 days of the student's withdrawal or cancellation.
If the student received any equipment (books, uniforms, and clinical supplies) he/she must return the equipment within 10 days of the date in which the notice of cancellation or withdrawal was signed.

If the equipment is not returned within the 10-day period, the school may keep an amount out of what the student paid that equals the cost of equipment.

The total amount charged for each item of equipment shall not exceed the equipment’s fair market value.

(d) Dialysis Career Institute shall pay or credit refunds within 45 days of a student's cancellation or withdrawal. The institution shall refund any credit balance on the student's account within 45 days after the date of the student's completion or withdrawal from the program.

For purposes of this subdivision and section 94919(d) of the Code, "day" means calendar day.

 

“Withdrawals or cancellations after completion of 61% or more of the course will not result in refund”.

 

 

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