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Employers and Organizations

December 30, 1899

 

​If your organization offers courses designed to expand and improve the knowledge base and skill sets of your employees or members, then you should learn more about the ACE College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT). Participants in your programs may be able to earn college credit with successful completion of your courses.

ACE's CREDIT helps your employees gain even further value from acquiring the skills they need to boost performance and enhance job satisfaction. Decades of experience give CREDIT the ability to assess your organization's high-quality training programs and determine if they may successfully transfer to college credit.

Hundreds of organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, professional and volunteer associations, schools, training suppliers, labor unions and government agencies have relied on ACE's trusted evaluations to help improve the skill and education level of their employees and members. Furthermore, ACE CREDIT has helped employers save millions of tuition-assistance dollars.

Learn more about the ACE CREDIT Review process by contacting a representative at 202-939-9494.

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