Powers Principals Stan Freeman and Sean Beller recently wrote an article about emergent training models that create both opportunities and challenges for private career colleges in the rapidly changing vocational training landscape.
In the Career Education Review article, Stan and Sean write about apprenticeship programs, coding “boot camps,” third party distance education platforms, corporate training, and other alternative training models.
The article discusses how these training models have impacted postsecondary education, the newfound focus on short-term training strategies and opportunities, and the importance of diversification beyond just programs reliant upon federal student aid.
To read the full Career Education Review article, click here.
Stan Freeman and Sean Beller
Stan Freeman founded the Powers Education practice in 1994. He counsels postsecondary educational institutions from all sectors of higher education. He provides guidance on issues pertaining to participation in the federal student financial assistance programs, accreditation, licensure, and related regulatory concerns.
Sean Beller has expertise in both higher education and litigation matters. His experience extends to nearly all areas of the educational practice. This includes conducting investigations, negotiating and drafting purchase agreements, responding to OIG audits and program reviews, and responding to CIDs and subpoenas.