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The Computer Education Techniques GSA schedule submission is based upon improvements and additions to our business model. The goal is to be recognized as a viable alternative to the training offered by the commercial software companies and purveyors of open source software. We are in the final stages of developing the distribution and reporting website infrastructure. Certain services will require user account validation over the Internet.
Over the past 35+ years, we have developed techniques in computer training. In 2002, the CETi board of directors made the decision to commit the resources and have the New York State Department of Education pass judgment on our work and use that process to improve the quality of the information technology training services that we can offer. There will be a course search engine, advanced search, and cognitive search capability for prospective clients to use. It is a by product of the learning curve associated with the infrastructure required for compliance with § 5001(1) of the Education Law in New York state. Policies are in the process of being formulated by the United States Department of Education for the administration of the Title IV programs for students and taxpayers. The cognitive search will allow accredited academic institutions and degreed teachers the capability to review CETi digital resources.
The CETi GSA schedule submission will apply the standards of the New York State Department of Education Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for consumer protection to its information technology courses, courseware, and digital products. The company will be studying the regulations being applied to the for-profit colleges and the political debate on future roles of non traditional education providers, junior colleges, community colleges, and trade schools:
transparency and accountability in the resources and inputs to a training service and product.
identification and directing prospective clients to free and low cost training resources available in the public domain as an alternative to the CETi training services.
learning and student outcomes that can be evaluated and measured by accredited academia or a government designated independent third party.
CETi information technology training services and products will be made available to federal, state, and local government agencies.
In addition to the industry standard courses and commercial price list, there will be specialized services.
A decision has not been made whether to resubmit an application to become a licensed computer training center or file for recognition as a NRV: Nationally Recognized Vendor.
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