Q. Is Ptt.edu accredited and licensed?
A. Yes. The school was accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools in October of 2012? Ptt.edu is regionally accredited by the Commission on Secondary Schools of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
In addition, Ptt.edu is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Private Licensed Schools.
Q. How long will it take to complete my training?
A. 26 weeks or 6 months is the correct length of time
Q. Do I need any previous experience?
A. Generally, most Ptt.edu students do not have any previous mechanic experience. Ptt.edu courses are designed for the beginners with no previous experience.
Q. What are the requirements to successfully enroll at Ptt.edu
A. You will need a High School Diploma or GED to enroll, a "valid drivers license is required for the Automotive Program.
Q. I have been out of school for a long time. Will I have trouble?
A. Ptt.edu is unlike attending courses at other schools. Your education is designed with 80 percent hands-on curriculum with the most updated technology in the industry. Ptt.edu courses allow the student to accelerate their learning through an instructor lead format.
Q. Do I need to buy any extra books or supplies?
A. No. All of Ptt.edu courses are provided with textbooks and learning materials for your complete education and hands-on training. It is good to have access to an Internet computer for your education but it is not necessary because if a student needs, he/she can stay on campus for Internet access up to 10 pm in the evening, 7 days a week.
Q. What is the cost of Ptt.edu courses?
A. All Ptt.edu complete courses cost $14,442.00. There are no other costs.
Q. Do students get jobs after completes Ptt.edu courses?
A. Yes. Ptt.edu students get jobs in diverse industries when upon graduation. Ptt.edu has experienced Job Developers who help you develop your resume, interview skills, post resumes, and secure interviews for you to get a great job in the industry you study.
Q. What would he/she get in the end at Ptt.edu?
A. Students get a job and a college level diploma in career and trades. You will also get expert level instruction and experience in your technology education. Finally, our courses are designed to give you the skills needed to secure a good paying job after you graduate. For more information, visit our school.
Q. Does Ptt.edu accept veterans?
A. Yes. All of Ptt.edu courses are approved for veteran’s education benefits. Reservists may also qualify for veterans education benefits. If you think you may be eligible, call Ptt.edu for help at 215-381-9403 or check with your local or regional VA office. All Ptt.edu course qualifies U.S. military personnel for tuition.
Q. Who founded the Ptt.edu?
A. Sherman McLeod, a Drexel University graduate, founded the school in 2008. Sherman believes in high achievement and high results attainment for Ptt.edu students. In addition, Ptt.edu with the help of industry partnerships has designed the school curriculum for job placement and lifetime career advancement. Sherman and his management team is focused on utilizing the best technology, instructors, and management team for our students education and career results.
Q. What is the schools mission?
A. Ptt.edu is a post-secondary school that seeks to create a challenging technology based learning environment (that is instructor lead & hands-on) and encourages high expectations for success through development-appropriate technical instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles to acquire technology skills and secure long-term employment in diverse industries. We strive to have our students, faculty, and community members actively involved in our students' learning process and employment opportunities.