MA State Licensed
Which FMC master classes, programs and individual classes are approved by the Massachusetts Department of Education?
Find out now.
Future Media Concepts is a private occupational school licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, Office of Proprietary Schools. All private occupational schools must be licensed by or registered with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, Office of Proprietary Schools.
As such, FMC Boston is a training provider with courses approved for the following state and federal funded programs:
*Training Opportunities Program (Section 30)
Allows eligible individuals to attend training while collecting unemployment insurance benefits.
- Individual Training Accounts (ITAs)
Provides training funds to dislocated workers, disadvantaged adults and youth through the One Stop Career Centers.
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA/TRADE)
Provides training funds to citizens who are unemployed due to foreign competition.
Please contact your local Career Center for eligibility determination and additional information regarding course availability. Workforce Training Fund Express (WTF)
Provides matching funds to small businesses to train incumbent employees. Choose from any courses that are already approved for ITA.
Reasons to attend a school licensed/registered by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, Office of Proprietary Schools
Department approved directors and instructors
State approved curriculum and equipment, reviewed by experts in the field
Facilities meet state and local building, fire and health codes
Facilities are inspected by State Education officials
Complaint process gives students access to regulatory agency
Students' tuition is protected by a State controlled Tuition Reimbursement Account
Approved requirements for admission
Catalogs and Enrollment Agreements must meet state standards
Refund policies are determined by state regulations
Employers recognize licensed schools as quality institutions