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FSANA Schedules One-Day Flight School Accreditation Seminar

First-Of-Its-Kind, Full Day Seminar

On Tuesday February 28, 2023, FSANA is offering a first-of-its-kind, full day seminar the day before the start of the FSANA annual conference and trade show in Orlando.

Accrediting organizations typically operate two accreditation seminars during the calendar year. The seminar will fulfill the requirement which is included in the updated accreditation standards being rolled out in March 2023.

The seminar will provide an opportunity for participants to gain insight into the key points of the accreditation standards, process, and procedures. Pre-accreditation is planned to open March 1, 2023. Schools that are pre-accredited will be among the first to be eligible to make the connection with the the U.S. Department of Education Title IV student loan program. The connection to Title IV funds is a bonus and added value to the core reasons for becoming an accredited flight training provider.

The accreditation program will enhance the overall quality and delivery in the career flight training system according to Bob Rockmaker, FSANA president & CEO. Some schools will seek accreditation in order to become a best in class provider. Schools will also have the option to enroll students who have borrowed funds from the U.S. Department of Education assuming they meet all of the accrediting standards.

Flight schools with the intention of becoming accredited need to attend this one-day event.

The seminar is a requisite for accreditation. Without accreditation, flight schools will not have the ability to enroll students who have borrowed under the Title IV loan program.

FMI: www.fsana.com/accreditation_seminar_2023.php

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