Uncharted Territory is an educational entity that offers a path to skills and knowledge needed to respond to emergencies, practice safely, or obtain employment. It is our aim to help undeserved people who wish to obtain entry level healthcare credentials as well as businesses through training and professional development.
We mainly serve the Greater Houston Area and Texarkana with online options to certain trainings.
Students from across the United States train at Uncharted Territory under the close preceptorship and
mentorship of experienced & licensed teachers at Uncharted Territory Solutions.
With a job placement rate above 80 percent, Uncharted Territory Solutions Preparations have earned the reputation of providing a distinct, high-quality education. Here are a few things that make us unique.
Take full advantage of our diverse selection of careers offered at Uncharted Territory.
I think the course was pretty straight forward and easy to maneuver especially being an online course, The instructors I felt were always there for us anytime we needed them! They were also so helpful with our hands on skills, employment options and preparation for after the course is over and we are actually in the field.
Uncharted Territory takes pride in teaching the best practices and providing a safe environment for students to learn.
Uncharted Territory LLC aka Uncharted Territory Solutions Preparation has a certificate of approval from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to operate a career school in the state of Texas. The TWC-assigned school number is S5921The school is approved to provide/conduct a Nurse Aide Training and Competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.
Students must address their concerns about this school or any of its educational programs by following the grievance process outlined in the school’s catalog. A student who is dissatisfied with the school’s Program Director response can file a complaint with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). Information on filing a complaint with the Texas Workforce Commission can be found on their Career Schools and Colleges website at www.texasworkforce.org/careerschoolstudents. Complaints may also be filed with NATCEP under Texas Health and Human Services at 512-438-2017.
Arkansas students who file a grievance and are not satisfied with the school’s response, to contact the
Arkansas Division of Higher Education
101 E. Capitol, Suite 300
Little Rock, AR 72201