Acreditaciones y Autorizaciones


Consejo de Educación de Puerto Rico

Misión

El Consejo de Educación de Puerto Rico tiene como propósito esencial licenciar instituciones de educación básica privadas e instituciones post-secundarias privadas y públicas. Además, tiene como propósito esencial acreditar las instituciones de educación básica públicas y las privadas que así lo soliciten. Además, brindar ayudas económicas a estudiantes necesitados para que puedan completar sus estudios. Al mismo tiempo, ser custodio y administrador de la documentación estadística relacionada con la educación e investigaciones académicas para procurar el desarrollo de las competencias necesarias para generar una mejor calidad de vida y mayor actividad económica para Puerto Rico.

Visión

Contribuir a elevar la calidad de la educación en Puerto Rico a los más altos estándares internacionales para desarrollar en la Isla educación de excelencia, con innovación y tecnología.

 

“Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges” (ACCSC)

Misión

ACCSC’s mission is to serve as a reliable authority on educational quality and to promote enhanced opportunities for students by establishing, sustaining, and enforcing valid standards and practices which contribute to the development of a highly trained and competitive workforce through quality career oriented education.

ACCSC’s mission has two primary objectives: to assure students and the general public of the quality of educational training provided by ACCSC-accredited institutions and their programs and to assist institutions in continuously improving themselves and the training they provide students.

Visión

ACCSC’s vision of accreditation is one that assesses and enhances educational quality, fosters innovation and creativity, and provides opportunities for collaboration and cooperation with accredited member institutions.

 

Administración de Veteranos

Misión

To fulfill President Lincoln’s promise “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s Veterans.

ACCSC’s mission has two primary objectives: to assure students and the general public of the quality of educational training provided by ACCSC-accredited institutions and their programs and to assist institutions in continuously improving themselves and the training they provide students.

Valores

VA’s five core values underscore the obligations inherent in VA’s mission: Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect, and Excellence. The core values define “who we are,” our culture, and how we care for Veterans and eligible beneficiaries. Our values are more than just words – they affect outcomes in our daily interactions with Veterans and eligible beneficiaries and with each other. Taking the first letter of each word—Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect, Excellence—creates a powerful acronym, “I CARE,” that reminds each VA employee of the importance of their role in this Department. These core values come together as five promises we make as individuals and as an organization to those we serve.

 

Administración de Derecho al Trabajo

Misión

Establecer y administrar la política pública sobre la legislación protectora de los trabajadores y trabajadoras y de los programas dirigidos a la formación, adiestramiento y capacitación de los recursos humanos; y promover la paz laboral para lograr una verdadera y efectiva sociedad real entre los patronos y la fuerza trabajadora.

Visión

Formar parte del engranaje social, económico y físico de Puerto Rico y ofrecer nuestro esfuerzo, compromiso, respeto y entusiasmo para ayudar a nuestra gente: creando oportunidades de empleo, capacitándolos para obtenerlo y protegiéndolos como empleados. Buscando a su vez, convertir a Puerto Rico en un mercado laboral verdaderamente atractivo con sistemas de compensación justos, condiciones de trabajo favorables, relaciones laborables armoniosas y oportunidades reales para todo el que quiera trabajar y superarse.

 

“Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act” (WIOA)

Visión

President Barack Obama signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) into law on July 22, 2014. WIOA is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy. Congress passed the Act by a wide bipartisan majority; it is the first legislative reform in 15 years of the public workforce system.

WIOA supersedes the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 and amends the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, the Wagner-Peyser Act, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In general, the Act takes effect on July 1, 2015, the first full program year after enactment, unless otherwise noted. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) will issue further guidance on the timeframes for implementation of these changes and proposed regulations reflecting the changes in WIOA soon after enactment.

 

Administración de Rehabilitación Vocacional

Misión

Integrar a las personas con impedimentos a la fuerza laboral y a una vida más independiente.

Visión

Ser la Agencia líder en la prestación de servicios de calidad que garanticen la competitividad de las personas con impedimentos en el mercado de empleo y su derecho a una vida más independiente.