Orlando Campus Awarded School of Distinction Award by ACCSC

Joel English ACCSC Commission Chair
Dr. Joel English, ACCSC Commission Chair, speaks at the opening of the ACCSC PDC

At the Accrediting Commission for Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) annual professional development conference in Washington DC last month, the Orlando Campus of Aviation Institute of Maintenance was presented with the School of Distinction Award by the ACCSC.  This award recognizes ACCSC accredited schools that demonstrate a commitment to their accreditation as well as providing to their students, graduates and employers quality educational programs. In order to be eligible for this award, an institution must have recently had a re-accreditation visit with zero non-compliant findings.  The award was accepted on behalf of Orlando Campus Executive Director, Jerry Moore, by Corporate Director of Compliance Review, Christine Cordek, at the conference on September 11th.

“The framework for success at AMO starts with a good attitude from all but that is only half the equation, performance comes from attitude and continuous improvement – going from good to better and better to best – is an ongoing process.”Orlando Campus Executive Director, Jerry Moore

Orlando Campus ASSCS School Distinction Award
From left to right, ACCSC’s Executive Director, Dr. Michale McComis, accepting for AIM’s Orlando campus, Corporate Director of Compliance, Christine Cordek, ACCSC’s Chair of the Commission, Dr. Joel English

All of us at Aviation Institute of Maintenance would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Jerry and his team of faculty and staff at the Orlando Campus for an outstanding job and for being recognized for such a prestigious award by the ACCSC!

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