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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is The Academy's Licensing Program?A: The Academy's Licensing Program provides professional-grade educational materials for its three schools to Licensees via a standard Licensing Agreement. The extensive educational materials are proprietary to The Academy and have taken over forty professionals more than twelve years to complete. All of these materials are now available to Academy Licensees all across the United States in designated counties. The educational materials include curricula, textbooks, text/work books, flash cards, audio recordings, and other extraordinary materials that are available nowhere else.
Q: Who is The Academy's ideal Licensee Candidate?A: The Academy looks for Licensee Candidates who are passionate about first class classroom instruction, who have a strong sense of urgency, who are entrepreneurs, who have a plan to develop superior schools countywide across their home county, who are honest, and who can begin the process of school development immediately. There are other traits and characteristics that The Academy seeks in its Licensee Candidates, but these are the main non-negotiable qualities.
Q: How long does the Licensing process take through The Academy?A: The Licensing process here at The Academy can take just two weeks from start to finish.
Q: Is the Licensing Agreement exclusive to my entire county?A: Yes! Each Academy Licensing Agreement covers the Licensee's entire home county and it is exclusive to the Licensee.
Q: Can an Academy Licensee license the educational materials for more than one Academy school in a county?A: Yes, the Licensee can license materials for one, two, or three Academy schools in one county, as the three schools actually share students.
Q: Can an Academy Licensee be granted licenses in more than one county?A: Yes, a Licensee can be granted licenses in more than one county, especially when those counties are contiguous.
Q: How many courses does The Academy have?A: Academy of English Language Learning: 103 courses
Academy of Second Language Learning: 124 courses
Academy of Private Investigation and Loss Prevention: 21 courses and 23 seminars.
Q: What educational materials do I receive as a Licensee?A: The Academy provides each Licensee with all of its educational materials per licensed school (including curricula, textbooks, text/work books, audio recordings, and over 700 color flash cards per language).
Q: What revenue streams are available to The Academy's Licensees?A: The Licensee can have multiple revenue streams for and from its schools. These revenue streams include tuition, books, audio recordings, curricula, and flash cards. The Licensee prints and binds text/work books, textbooks, and curricula and duplicates audio recordings locally for distribution to the Licensee's Academy students.
Q: How many courses are illustrated?A: The Academy has two three-year series of English language courses that are illustrated. This consists of eighteen sets of illustrated materials. One course series is for elementary school students, and the second course series is for junior and senior high school students and adults who prefer to learn English with illustrated materials. The Academy also has 54 fully illustrated second language courses. Additionally, there are over 700 flash cards to support these illustrated courses.
Q: How much orientation time do you devote to each Licensee?A: The Academy provides each Licensee one full day of orientation to educational materials following Licensing Agreement signing.
Q: How many Licensed Academy units are planned across the nation?A: The Academy plans to have over 2,000 individual Academy units in operation across the USA through this Licensing Program.
Q: How long is the Licensing Agreement valid?A: The Licensing Agreement is valid for a period of ten years, and it is renewable for ten-year periods after that for a very nominal fee.
Q: What is "Decision Day?"A: Decision Day is the day selected by the Licensor to meet with the Licensee Candidate, at which time personal meetings occur between the Licensor's staff and the Licensee Candidate. The Licensor reviews the Licensing Agreement in detail as well as all of the Licensed materials, and the Licensee Candidate relates plans to own and operate Academy units within the desired exclusive county. "Decision Day" is when the Licensor and Licensee Candidate decide whether each is a proper fit for the other. Decision Day is conducted in the Phoenix, Arizona USA metropolitan area.
Q: When does Licensee orientation occur?A: Licensee orientation occurs right after Decision Day. A full day is devoted to orientation to all of the educational materials provided to the Licensee.
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