Our mission is to provide inexpensive, local career education programs designed to prepare students for employment in the Allied Health Field. In support of this philosophy, the school continuously operates in accordance with the following objectives:
- To provide up-to-date curricula and instruction which are responsive to employers’ needs, student’s interests.
- To provide the students opportunity to acquire the skills that will enhance their employment opportunities in the workplace.
- To provide a faculty of mature and competent industry professionals who posses skills and enthusiasm for teaching.
- To provide an academic atmosphere of structure and professionalism that will bring out the best effort of the student.
- To use student assessment results to review and improve curricula, instructional practices, and school environment.
- To ensure the opportunity for every student to develop their potential without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, or disability.
- AUMT Institute was granted Institutional Approved by Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. AUMT Institute meets minimum standards established by the Bureau for integrity, financial stability, and educational quality
- AUMTInstitute is approved by the California Department of Health/ Laboratory Field Services (LFS/DHS) to offer Basic and Advanced Phlebotomy training to those who wish to obtain a California Certified Phlebotomy Technician I License (CPTI) and National Healthcareer Association (NHA)
- AUMT Institute is approved by both National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) and National Healthcareer Association (NHA) as a National testing site.
All Campuses have classrooms, computer rooms, and administrative offices. Entrances and exits are located so that the building can be cleared quickly and safely in the case of an emergency. Parking is available in a well-lit parking lot. The maximum number of students per instructor in the classroom, lecture settings ranges from 8-16. The maximum number of students per instructor in the laboratory setting is 8. The institution fully complies with requirements relating to fire safety and building safety, and the Department of Public Health Services. The school is equipped with all of the necessary apparatus and instruments for students’ use in the lecture rooms and the laboratories. The classrooms are equipped with ample seating, desks, whiteboards, and visual aids. Instructors have access to televisions, VCRs, and computers with internet access for instructional needs.