No Diploma? No Worries!

ICH’s ECPP Program Offers a Career Pathway For Students Without a High School Diploma

Are you interested in training for a career in the medical field, but don’t have a high school diploma? If you have a career goal, but haven’t been able to pursue healthcare career training because you don’t meet the high school prerequisite, Integrity College of Health (ICH) can help. With our Eligible Career Pathway Program (ECPP), the door is open to every student who wishes to pursue career training. At ICH, you can earn your high school diploma while working on your healthcare career training program at the same time! Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know about how ICH’s ECPP program can help you make your career goals a reality.

What is the ECPP?

Integrity College of Health offers a path to help you earn your high school diploma while concurrently enrolled in one of our healthcare career training programs. Students who enroll using Ability to Benefit (ATB) procedures may enroll in one of our Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP), giving them the opportunity to earn their high school diploma while being concurrently enrolled in an eligible ICH career training program. Through our partnership with Excel High School, student complete their high school requirements while also completing one of these healthcare career training programs:

Students maintain enrollment in both, take courses for both, and work to achieve both their high school diploma and their ICH Certificate of Completion at the same time!

What is required to enroll in the ECPP at HDMC?

The only requirement for enrolling in the ECPP is that you pass an independently-administered, Department of Education-approved Ability to Benefit Assessment. When you enroll with ICH, our admissions advisors will help you through every step of this straightforward process. 

Will I really earn my high school diploma and my ICH certificate?

With the ECPP program, you really can earn both your high school diploma and your ICH certificate at the same time! Students can now begin their career training without having to wait to complete their GED program first. Now you don’t need to wait any longer to pursue your career goals; with ICH’s ECPP program, you can simultaneously earn both your high school diploma and your ICH Certificate of Completion- so you can get to work in your new healthcare career sooner.  

At ICH, we are committed to helping students realize their healthcare career goals by helping them secure a high school diploma while completing a program with us at the same time. Our mission is to help you succeed, and we don’t want students to face any barriers when it comes to obtaining the healthcare career training they need to achieve a better life. With ICH’s ECPP program, you can earn your high school diploma while concurrently enrolled in an eligible career training program. If you are ready to begin your healthcare career training, but don’t have a high school diploma or GED, give ICH a call at 626-808-0215 today! You can create a better future for yourself, with training from ICH!

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