AES Doing Business
as CTI: The History
AES was founded in May 1996 in Santa Barbara, California with a branch
location in Oxnard, California. The school’s objective was to offer training to individuals interested
in skills in progressive industries. The organization was sold to its present ownership in January 1998
and the Oxnard branch was assigned as the main campus.
AES offered the following courses: Automotive Systems, Computerized Office Skills and Electronic Assembly. In
April 1998, the Medical Assisting program was added to the curriculum. In 2004 the Phlebotomy Technician
Certification program was added and recognized by the (then called), Bureau of Private Post Secondary and Vocational Education
as a registered program. In 2005, Clinical Training Institute (CTI), was formed as an independent subsidiary
of AES, to offer the Phlebotomy Technician program.
In May, 2011, as a result
of new regulations from the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Education (BPPE), CTI has rejoined its parent company, AES,
and is now offering the Phlebotomy Technician program as one of AES’s training program offerings. Currently AES (doing business as CTI), offers the Phlebotomy Technician
program as its sole program. (See AES CATALOG)
2006 to 2011, due to considerable growth, the Phlebotomy Technician program is now offered
at five AES locations, (doing business as Clinical Training Institute, CTI): Oxnard—Main Campus and Corporate Office,
with four branches--Bakersfield, Lancaster, Santa Maria and Woodland Hills.
to evaluate the occupational and employment outlook for the counties in which we are located, and will strive to offer in-demand
APPROVAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
AES has been granted institutional approval by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Education
(BPPE) pursuant to California Education Code 94780. Thus, AES and its operation are in compliance with
the standards established under the law for occupational instruction by private postsecondary educational institutions.
Institutional approval must be renewed every three years, and is subject to continuing review.