Online Course Offerings

As of Spring 2017, online courses are now available for Business Fundamentals, Hospitality Training Foundations, and Telecommunication Foundations for students who may benefit from studying at home or in a supported classroom location back home.

  • Prospective students and counselors considering the online learning option should contact the National Statler Center Admissions Office to inquire if this is the correct choice.
  • The program, approved by the New York State Department of Education, is specifically designed to encompass our traditional course content.
  • Students who enroll in the online learning class are required to complete all coursework as outlined by the National Statler Center program and instructors.

Statler expands its program offerings…

As of spring 2017, online courses are available for Business Fundamentals, Hospitality Training Foundations, and Telecommunication Foundations for students who may benefit from studying at home or in a supported classroom location back home.This allows the Statler Center to reach a population seeking training with a more flexible approach than a traditional in-house program.

Students who enroll in the National Statler Center’s online learning are required to complete all coursework as outlined by the National Statler Center program and instructors according to deadline and enrollment agreement.

Whether in-house or online learners, students may enroll solely in the Business Fundamentals course, or they may take Business Fundamentals plus a second skill specific course, either Telecommunication Foundations or Hospitality Training Foundations.

Business Fundamentals is a pre-requisite to taking a second Statler course, since the technical and soft skills acquired in this course are necessary for both further study and job placement. Students solely enrolled in Business Fundamentals also are eligible for our placement services. It’s important to note that online learning requires a high level of technical proficiency, technical support, and time management skills. It may not be the optimal academic opportunity for all styles of learners or for those seeking the socialization and support of classroom peers.

We encourage all prospective students and counselors considering the distance learning option to contact the National Statler Center Admissions Office to inquire if this is the correct choice. Students who may not benefit from distance learning are strongly encouraged to apply for the in-house training programs. We are happy to answer any questions about our  online learning program or our in-house programs.

Contact us for more information regarding Distance Learning:

Admissions Coordinator

Karla D. Manzella

The National Statler Center

716.888.4526 direct

kmanzella@statlercenter.org

www.statlercenter.org

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