Established in 1999, the Professional Health Training Academy offered educational training in healthcare to residents in central Florida. In 2005, the institution, understanding the importance of offering quality education to the community, undertook the extensive process of earning accreditation. In 2006, the institution was granted accreditation from the Council on Occupational Education. Taylor College changed national accreditors in 2018. Taylor College is now accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools, effective August 14, 2018.
The institution experienced significant growth in 2008, changing its name to Taylor College to accurately reflect the mission and programs offered to the community. That same year, classes were offered at the newly established Belleview campus. In 2010, Taylor College expanded the educational opportunities available to students by offering Associate Degree programs and classes through distance learning.
Today, Taylor College continues to grow and enhance their opportunities through continued development of new programs for students to choose from and build their careers.
To serve students by providing quality education and real-life experiences from qualified and licensed instructors who have worked in the field of study.
To serve employers by offering programs that will produce graduates that will provide qualified professionals to fill the employment needs of the vast and growing healthcare field.
To serve the community by requiring students to participate in community service activities during their enrollment and foster involvement in the community after the student has graduated.
To encourage everyone on campus to be enthusiastic about learning, planning for a successful career in healthcare and being excited about being a part of our team.