St. Francis Training Institute’s enrollment procedures are as follows:
Prospective students may gain admissions to St. Francis Training Institute by demonstrating performance on a standardized Wonderlic examination, a high school graduate or its equivalent (high school diploma, General Education Development Certificate, GED, or state proficiency certificate, college transcript or college diploma).
|Approved Programs||Score (Minimum)|
|Acute Care Nurse Assistant||12|
|Certified Medical Assistant||12|
|Chemical Dependency Counselor (ADC)||16|
|Clinical Medical Assistant||12|
|Computer Office Specialist||16|
|English as a Second Language-Advance||12|
|English as a Second Language-Beg. Communication||10|
|English as a Second Language-High Intermediate||11|
|English as a Second Language-Intermediate||11|
|English as a Second Language-Low Intermediate||10|
|Fork Lift Operator||10|
|Home Health Aide||12|
|Mobile Crane Operator||12|
|Restorative Nursing Assistant||15|
|Solar Photovoltaic Installation||12|
|Tower Crane Operator||12|
|Water Technology Management -Entry Level||12|
|Water Technology Management-Advance Level||12|
In addition, applicants 18 years or older without a high school diploma or its equivalent are required to pass the Accuplacer Tests Test 1: Reading Comprehension. Test 2: Sentence Skills. Test 3: Arithmetic. Nurse Assistant student minimum age is 16 years old.
Tour the campus in the company of an Admissions representative.
The admissions department is regularly open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,