2015 Winter/Spring Course Catalog in PDF format

“Your choice for a future of opportunities”
The Warren County Career Center’s Adult Education and Workforce Development Division is one of Ohio’s Full-Service Centers, a
proud partner in the University System of Ohio. We offer comprehensive training programs with advanced technological capabilities,
modern equipment, facilities and skilled instructors. Diversified training programs and customized services are offered at our three
campuses. We welcome you to join us in lifelong learning. Call to schedule an appointment with one of our program coordinators to
begin your pathway to a successful career! Applicants to full time programs may be eligible for financial aid.
FULL TIME CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Basic Police Officer Academy
This 600-hour program prepares students to take the Ohio Peace Officer
Training Academy (OPOTA) certification exam. Located at the Southern
Hills Career and Technical Center in Georgetown, OH.
Cosmetology/Cosmetology Management
This 1,500-1800 hour program prepares students to take the Ohio Board
of Cosmetology Licensure Exam, which allows successful completers
to work as hairstylists, estheticians and nail technicians. Students may
choose to take an additional 300-hour course, which prepares them for
salon management.
Heavy Equipment and Site Construction Technician and CDL A
This 600-hour or 820-hour course utilizes the NCCER curriculum.
Students receive training on 11 pieces of Caterpillar equipment.
Instruction includes reading blueprints, grade checking equipment,
GPS equipment (survey and machine operation), safety, and preventive
maintenance. The 820-hour course includes CDL Class A Commercial
Truck Driver training with Drop-deck trailer & HazMat training. Required
externship: (120 hours)
Information Technology
Cisco Certified Network Administrator
Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate
Hands-on lab time in both programs provides opportunity to gain skills
required for certification exams. Both programs include certifications
in CompTIA A+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Network+, Windows 7
Implementation (MCTS), and CompTIA Server+. Additionally, Cisco
Network Administrator includes certification in Cisco Certified Entry
Networking Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate
(CCNA). MCSA includes certification in Windows 2007, Enterprise
Desktop Support Technician. Warren County Career Center is a
Regional Authorized Assessment Center with two locations; Kings Mills
and Lebanon, OH.
Medical Assistant
Electromechanical PLC Technician
This 900-hour program prepares students to work in a physician’s office,
clinic, hospital or other medical facility. Learn office management,
computer billing, in-office clinical procedures, patient care, and more.
Required externship: (220 hours).
Electrical Power Line Mechanic
This 720-hour program equips students for entry-level coding jobs in a
clinical, hospital, or office setting. Along with medical coding, students
learn keyboarding and computer skills, medical terminology, anatomy
and physiology, and more. Required externship: (80 hours).
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
This 736-hour program prepares students with cross-training in more
than one healthcare skill. In addition to general education and health
technology core courses, students get specialized training as a
Pharmacy Technician (CPhT), State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA),
EKG Technician (CET) and Phlebotomy Technician (CPT). Required
externship: (170 hours).
This 600-hour program provides classroom and hands-on training
needed for entry-level maintenance positions in today’s industrial
setting. Fees include tuition, textbooks, tools, OSHA 30 Hour General
Industry and American Heart First-Aid/CPR certifications.
This 900-hour program provides skills needed to be highly productive
on utility and construction company line crews in the power delivery
industry. The program focuses strongly on students learning the
academic and field skills necessary to be successful apprentice line
workers. Fees include tuition, textbooks, tools, CDL Class A Training, and
certifications for OSHA 10 Hour General Industry and American Heart
First-Aid/CPR
This 600-hour HVAC program provides training in required skills for entry
level positions with companies that install, operate, troubleshoot and
service light commercial and domestic air conditioning, refrigeration,
and heating equipment in private homes, office buildings, factories, etc.
Fees include tuition, textbooks, tools, OSHA 30 Hour General Industry
and American Heart First-Aid/CPR, EPA (Sec.608 & R-410A), and ICE
certifications.
Medical Billing and Coding
Medical Multiskilled Technician
Welding Technician/AWS Certified
This 600-hour program correlates to the American Welding Society’s
Guide for Training and Qualification of Welding Personnel-Entry Level
Welder. Fees include tuition, textbooks, apparel, tools, American
Welding Society Certifications, OSHA 30-Hour General Industry, and
American Heart First-Aid/CPR certifications.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed programs, and other important information,
please visit our website at www.mywccc.org, select Adult Education and click on Gainful Employment Statistics
The Warren County Vocational School District’s policy of nondiscrimination extends to students, staff, job applicants, the general public and
individuals with whom it does business and applies to race, color, national origin, citizenship status, religion, sex, economic status, age,
disability, military status or ancestry.
WARREN COUNTY CAREER CENTER ADULT EDUCATION
Main Campus
3525 North State Route 48
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
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Greentree Health Science Academy
5757 Innovation Drive
Middletown, Ohio 45005
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South Campus
1797 King Avenue
Kings Mills, Ohio 45034
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Welcome to the
Warren County
Career Center
Warren County
Career Center
Community Service Day!
Contact our Main Office for
Admission Information: 513-932-8145
May 2, 2015 @ 10:00am-2:00pm
Welcome to the Warren County Career Center Adult Technical
Division. This outstanding technical training facility is committed
to helping adults achieve educational and career goals. The
Adult Technical Division prides itself on quality and value.
If you are looking to fulfill a New Year’s Resolution to better
yourself through education, change your career path or simply
take up a new hobby, I invite you to take a look at the exciting
programs and courses offered in this catalog. In addition to the
state-of-the-art facility located in Lebanon, we offer classes
in Kings Mills, Greentree Health Science Academy at Atrium
Medical Center in Middletown, Southern Hills Career Center
Campus in Georgetown, the Scarlet Oaks Career Campus in
Sharonville and our newest location at the Upper Valley Career
Center in Piqua.
We are accredited by the Commission of the Council on
Occupational Education and operate as a University System of
Ohio educational provider through the Ohio Board of Regents.
Our programs offer articulated college credit with our local
colleges and universities for those of you desiring to take your
education to an even higher level.
Our training is provided by faculty and staff who are the real
deal. Each one comes from business and industry, knows
the current occupational trends and brings this real world
environment into the classroom. Our programs offer exciting,
cutting edge technology and possess high placement rates
for our graduates.
You will see as you look through this catalog we have expanded
our Health & Medical and IT program offerings to include
Medical Assistant, State Tested Nursing Assistant, Medical
Multiskilled Technician, Medical Billing and Coding, Pharmacy
Technician, EKG Technician and Phlebotomy Technician. IT is
now offering two full-time programs in CISCO Certified Network
Administrator and Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate.
A fun, free event with something for everyone:
Mini-Manicures
Appliance Disposal
Plant Sale
Touch A Truck Display
Craft Sale
Music
Free Food
Appliance Disposal
and much more!
All of our Career Preparation programs offer state and/
or national certifications that are relevant and portable. A
certificate of completion and a diploma are nice, but there is a
definite shift in industry for employees who have proven their
education and skill with an industry certification.
We are also pleased to inform you that we can bring our quality
training programs to your workplace. If you do not see the class
you are looking for, let us know! We can tailor a training plan
and design a course to meet your company’s specific training
needs. It is our goal to assist our community in meeting the
challenges of our global economy.
On behalf of the Adult Technical Division at the Warren County
Career Center, we extend our welcome and hope you will select
us for your training needs!
Tom Harris
Director of Adult Education
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Warren County Career Center
3525 N. St. Route 48 • Lebanon, Ohio
Stop in on May 2ND as
WCCC shows our appreciation
for our community.
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our Main Office for Admission Information:
HOW
TO ENROLL IN A FULL-TIME PROGRAM | Contact
513-932-8145 Ext. 5321
How do I get enrolled?
General Admission Requirements for
Full-Time Career Development Programs
Note:A full-time program requires 600 or more clock hours
of training.
1. Review individual Full-Time program information & details in this
catalog and on our website: www.mywccc.org
2. Contact the Program Coordinator and schedule an admissions
appointment. Call 513-932-8145 and ask for the Program
Coordinator of the program of interest.
3. Review financial aid information (see below) and complete a
FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid
4. Complete and submit a Full-Time Program Application with an
official copy of your high school or GED transcript.
5. Pay the $ 60, non-refundable Application Fee
6. Schedule and take the WorkKeys Assessment
7. Make tuition/fee payment or apply for a grant or loan– see
Financial Aid information below
1. You must have a High School Diploma or GED.
2. Satisfactory completion of the WorkKeys Assessment
(see below).
3. Program specific requirements: See individual program
descriptions.
WorkKeys Assessment
The WorkKeys Assessment is required for admission to all full-time
programs and some part-time classes/programs as specified in
course descriptions. Call our main office for registration.
The WorkKeys Assessment is a standardized test with three parts:
1. Applied Math
2. Locating Information
3. Reading for Information
Career-Technical Credit Transfer Program – CT²
The Career-Technical Credit Transfer program assists WCCC
students:
• To enroll in equivalent technical courses anywhere within Ohio’s
public educational system.
• To obtain technical credits (upon enrollment in higher education)
without unnecessary course duplication or other institutional
barriers.
• To attain their highest educational aspirations in the most
efficient and effective manner as a result of clear and consistent
standards.
Many programs at the Warren County Career Center are CT²
approved and are so noted with the CT² icon.
For additional details on “Ohio’s Transfer to Degree guarantee”, go
to the Ohio Board of Regents website: www.transfercredit.ohio.gov.
Earn College Credit
College credit is available for WCCC program completers in
selected programs. Agreements between WCCC and individual
colleges state the details on how you can be awarded credits at the
college/university for coursework completed at WCCC. Look for the
Articulated College Credit symbol, (
) The
symbol indicates
that an agreement is in place with a local college /university to
provide college credit for the specific program/class.
ACC
ACC
EARN COLLEGE CREDIT WHILE ATTENDING
WARREN COUNTY CAREER CENTER
Cincinnati
State
Southern
State CC
Basic Police Officer Academy
Yes
Electrical Powerline Mechanic
Yes
Sinclair
CC
OBOR Career
Technical Transfer
Butler
Tech
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
In-Process
Yes
Heavy Equipment and Site Construction Technician
Yes
Yes
Electromechanical PLC
Yes
Yes
Information Technology
Yes
Yes
Medical Assistant
Yes
Yes
Medical Billing & Coding
Yes
Yes
Medical Multiskilled Technician
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pharmacy Technician
STNA
Marion Technical
College
Yes
Public Safety
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Hocking
College
Yes
Cosmetology
Pre-Requisite
Agreement
Yes
Yes
Yes
Phlebotomy Technician
Yes
OSHA 10
Yes
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Pre-Requisite
Agreement
Yes
Yes
Welding Technician/AWS Certified
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Coordinator:
STUDENT
SERVICES | Program
513-932-8145 Ext. 5249
Program Location: Main Campus
Visit mywccc.org
to schedule a visit!
Student Services Career Planning and Counseling
Graduate Placement
The WCCC Adult Education Student Services Coordinator
can help if you:
• Would like to have more information about different
career paths.
• Are not clear on your career interests and aptitudes.
• Have been out of the workforce for some time.
• May be interested in a “non-traditional” career.
• Are not sure of which WCCC training program would
be best for you.
• Would like to explore WCCC facilities and learn more
about current job training programs.
• Would like to meet an instructor or coordinator of a
specific program.
Students who complete a Full-Time program are eligible
for job placement assistance. While in the program
students will receive instruction in:
Contact WCCC Adult Education Student Services to
discuss career opportunities, training options and to
develop a personalized career plan: 513-932-8145,
Ext. 5249.
• Resume Writing, Job Interviewing, Online Job Search
Strategies and Sources and more.
• The placement office maintains regular contact with
potential employers and keeps them informed of
upcoming program completers. Our online Student/
Graduate Job Placement Center is available free to all
program completers. Go to www.mywccc.org and
click on the Job Placement Center.
• Gainful Employment:
To access gainful employment information for any
full-time program, go to the adult education website,
find your program & click on the Gainful Employment
section.
FINANCIAL AID
Program Location: Main Campus
Sources of Financial Aid
Financial Aid Information
Warren County Career Center offers a variety of financial aid
options to those who qualify.
• All students interested in full-time programs (600+ clock hours)
should take the first step in determining eligibility for financial
aid by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) online at www.FAFSA.gov.
• Information about the types of financial assistance available to
Warren County Career Center students can be found at
www.mywccc.org/FinancialAid.aspx.
The mission of the OhioMeansJobs Investment Area workforce
development system is to provide an educated and highly qualified
workforce that meets or exceeds the current and future needs of
employers.
The vision of OhioMeansJobs Warren County is to:
• Promote individual responsibility
• Provide easy access to the system
• Promote the synergy of resources
• Measure success in a result focused manner
• Remove barriers to make ideas work
• Anticipate the future
For more information, Contact:
OhioMeansJobs Warren County
300 East Silver Street • Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Offices located closest to Warren County Career Center include:
OhioMeansJobs of Warren County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513.695.1130
OhioMeansJobs of Butler County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513.785.6500
The Job Center, Montgomery County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 937.496.6720
SuperJobs Center, Hamilton County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513.946.7200
GreeneWorks Employment & Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 937.562.6565
For more information about OhioMeansJobs go to
http://www.co.warren.oh.us/workforceone.
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1. Federal Title IV Financial Aid
• *Pell Grant – Need based federal grant that does not have
to be repaid. Maximum grant for the 2014-2015 award year
is $5,730 for a 900 clock hour program. Grants for programs
less than 900 clock hours are prorated.
• *Subsidized Direct Loan – Need based loan. The U.S.
Department of Education pays interest while the borrower
is in school. Maximum award amount is $3,500 for both
independent and dependent students for a 900 clock hour
program. Loans for programs less than 900 clock hours are
prorated. Repayment normally begins six months after the
student leaves school.
• *Unsubsidized Direct Loan – Not need based. Borrower is
responsible for interest during the life of the loan. Maximum
amount is $2000 for a dependent student and $ 6000 for an
independent student for a 900 clock hour program. Loans for
programs less than 900 clock hours are prorated. Repayment
normally begins six months after the student leaves school.
• Direct Parent Plus Loan – Parents of dependent students may
apply. Loan amount may not exceed total cost of attendance
less any other aid.
*Federal Title IV Financial Aid Award Year 2014 – 2015
begins July 1, 2014 and ends June 30, 2015.
2. Bureau Of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) - For students
with physical, mental or emotional disabilities that present a
handicap to employment. Aid may be available to cover tuition,
books, and supplies. Contact your county Bureau of Vocational
Rehabilitation office.
3. Veterans Educational Benefits – Eligible veterans should call
the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs for questions regarding
education benefits (888-442-4551) or visit www.gibill.va.gov. A
Certificate of Eligibility and the veteran’s DD214 are needed in
order to certify the veteran for education benefits.
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BUSINESS
Coordinator:
& OFFICE SOLUTIONS | Program
513-932-8145 Ext. 4012
A Free Service to Employers
Program Location: Kings Mills Campus
The WCCC Job Placement Center helps
employers find qualified graduates and helps
students and alumni find careers that match
their skills. Register with WCCC to post available jobs. The postings
will be in a searchable database for WCCC student, alumni and the
general public. The site will give you access to post positions and
remove postings as needed.
Go to our Website @ mywccc.org
Choose the Job Placement Center button on the left.
To begin, request an account. Once approved you will receive an
email that will provide you with a username and password. You may
then post as many jobs as you like.
EMPLOYER Job Posting Procedures
Customized Training
If you would like to post a job opening in your organization, click on
the appropriate link below:
Why choose us?
Employee training can strengthen your business in every way because
stronger and more highly trained employees improve any company.
Use our catalog as a guide for what courses we can customize for
you (Welding, IT, Healthcare, Microsoft Office, Business Professional
Courses, CPR, heavy equipment and all of our lifelong learning
opportunities). We can also site down and develop a course to meet
your needs. We are your new and cost effective resource for all of your
training needs.
CUSTOMIZED
TRAINING
DEVELOPED TO
MEET YOUR NEEDS
A Free Service to Job Seekers
The WCCC Job Placement Center can help you with your job search
and find a career that matches your skills. We can also provide
you the training necessary for a variety of careers. Employers post
jobs that are in a searchable database and is a free service to the
community.
Go to our Website @ mywccc.org
PROVIDED AT A WCCC FACILITY OR YOUR BUSINESS
Choose the Job Placement Center button on the left.
What do I get?
We offer the option of hosting your courses or coming to your business
to hold your courses. With our facilities we have access to many labs
and expert instructors with industry and classroom experience.
Assessment Services
Let the Warren County Career Center help your business
manage your most valuable resource – PEOPLE!
ASSESSMENT
SERVICES
JOB SEEKER Job Search Procedures
To search current job openings, lick on the link below:
FIND THE RIGHT EMPLOYEE
THE FIRST TIME
SAVE TIME AND MONEY!
Why choose us?
We offer over 1,500 assessments for:
• Pre-employment testing
• Promotional testing
• Pre-training testing
• Skills assessments
• Personality assessments
OTHER LEADERSHIP COURSES – INQUIRE FOR DATES:
We test a variety of employees, including:
• Maintenance and mechanical workers
• Front office personnel:
– Microsoft Office and basic office skills assessments
– Customer Service
• And many more that are specifically related to your hiring needs!
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Coaching Job Skills
Delegating
Developing Performance Goals And Standards
Effective Discipline
Improving Work Habits
Managing Complaints
Motivating Team Members
Providing Performance Feedback
Resolving Conflicts
Solving Workplace Problems
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Coordinator:
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Program Location: Kings Mills & On Site
Program Name
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
Administrative Professional Program
496
New Course Beginning in Fall 2015
Call Coordinator for dates
Tues thru Fri
9:30-1:30pm
$5,500
Includes textbook & Exam Fee
Essential Skills of Leadership
4
15CESI0071C: 01/28/2015
15CESI0071D: 04/29/2015
Wednesday
8:30-12:30pm
$225
Includes course manual
Essential Skills of Communicating
4
15CESI0081C: 02/04/2015
15CESI0081D: 05/06/2015
Wednesday
8:30-12:30pm
$225
Includes course manual
CBP: Customer Service
16
15CESI0003C: 05/05/15-05/08/15
Tues thru Fri
9:30-1:30pm
$230
Includes textbook & Exam Fee
CBP: Business Etiquette
16
15CESI0004C: 05/12/15-05/15/15
Tues thru Fri
9:30-1:30pm
$230
Includes textbook & Exam Fee
CBP: Business Communication
16
15CESI0005C: 05/19/15-05/22/15
Tues thru Fri
9:30-1:30pm
$230
Includes textbook & Exam Fee
Keyboarding Preview
16
15CECT0091B: 01/20/15-01/23/15
Tues thru Fri / 9:30-1:30pm
$175
Employability (Resume Writing & Interviewing)
16
15CECT0097B: 03/24/15–03/27/15
Tues thru Fri / 9:30-1:30pm
$175 Includes textbook
Microsoft Word 2010- Basic
16
15CECT0092B: 02/03/15-02/06/15
Tues thru Fri / 9:30-1:30pm
$175 Includes textbook
Microsoft Excel 2010- Basic
16
15CECT0093B: 02/17/15-02/20/15
Tues thru Fri / 9:30-1:30pm
$175 Includes textbook
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010- Basic
16
15CECT0094B: 03/03/15-03/06/15
Tues thru Fri / 9:30-1:30pm
$175 Includes textbook
Microsoft Outlook 2010- Basic
16
15CECT0096B: 04/14/15-04/17/15
Tues thru Fri / 9:30-1:30pm
$175 Includes textbook
* The tuition fee includes: textbooks and test vouchers
** Tuition prices subject to change
Program Coordinator:
COSMETOLOGY
& COSMETOLOGY MANAGEMENT | 513-932-8145
Ext. 5274
Program Location: Main Campus
What can I achieve?
• Ohio State Board of Cosmetology
Licensure Certification
Program Name
Cosmetology
ACC
Cosmetology Management
ACC
Cosmetology Management -Stand Alone
ACC
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
1500
15CDCS1500B: 01/12/2015
15CDCS1500C: 05/18/2015
Mon thru Th,
10:00a-5:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $14,950**
1800
15CDCS1800B: 01/12/2015
15CDCS1800C: 05/18/2015
Mon thru Th,
10:00a-5:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $17,500**
300
15CECS1800B: 01/12/2015
15CECS1800C: 05/18/2015
Mon thru Th,
10:00a-5:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $2,550
* The $60 Application Fee is non-refundable
** The tuition fee includes: Kit, netbook computer, PivotPoint online textbook, workbooks & videos.
*** Tuition prices subject to change
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Coordinator:
MEDICAL
& HEALTH | Program
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Program Location: Greentree Campus
Multi-Skilled
Tech
Medical Billing
& Coding
Medical
Assistant
What can I achieve?
• Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
• Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
• Certified EKG Technician (CET)
Program Name
• State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA)
• Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
• Certified Patient Care Technician/Assistant (CPCT/A)
Hrs
• Certified Billing & Coding Specialist (CBCS)
• Health Care Provider CPR/First Aid
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
Day Class= 15CDHO0900B1: 03/04/15-03/18/16
Evening Class= 15CDHO0900B: 03/04/15 – 03/18/16
16CDHO0900A: 10/01/15 – 09/14/16"
Day Class:
Mon thru Th / 10:00-2:30pm
Evening Class:
Mon thru Th / 5:00-10:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,900**
736
Day Class= 16CDHO0736A1: 9/08/15 – 06/28/16
Evening Class= 16CDHO0736A: 09/08/15 – 06/29/16
Day Class: Mon thru Th,
Some Saturdays 10:00-2:30pm
Evening Class: Mon thru Th,
Some Saturdays 4:30-10:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,200**
Pharmacy Technician
140
15CDHO0140B: 01/10/15 – 04/25/15
16CDHO0140A: 05/09/15 – 08/29/15
Saturdays
9:00am-1:00pm
Tuition: $1,710**
Phlebotomy Technician
190
T/Th= 15CDHO0022B: 01/20/15 – 04/14/15
T/Th= 15CDHO0022C: 05/05/15 – 07/21/15
M/W= 16CDHO0022A: 08/17/15 – 11/02/15
Tues & Th
1:00-5:00pm
Mon & Wed
6:00-10:00pm
Medical Billing and Coding
720
Day Class= 15CDHO0720B1: 03/04/15 – 03/18/16
Evening Class= 15CDHO0720B: 03/04/15 – 03/18/16
16CDHO0720A: 10/01/15 – 10/17/16
Day Class: Mon thru Th
10:00-2:30pm
Evening Class: Mon thru Th
5:00-10:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $9,360**
15CDHO0150B: 01/12/15 – 06/15/15
16CDHO0150A: 07/29/15 – 12/16/15
Mon & Wed
5:00-7:00pm
Tuition: $1,850**
Day Class=
15CDNA0078DD: 02/02/15 – 02/18/15
15CDNA0078DE: 04/13/15 – 04/28/15
15CDNA0078DF: 06/08/15 – 06/23/15
15CDNA0078DG: 07/13/15 – 07/28/15
Evening Class=
15CDNA0078EB: 03/03/15 – 03/25/15
15CDNA0078EC: 05/05/15 – 05/28/15
Day Class:
Mon thru Th
8:30-4:30pm
Evening Class:
Mon thru Th
4:00-9:30pm
Medical Assistant
ACC
900
Medical Multiskilled Technician
ACC
Certified Patient Care Technician/Assistant (CPCT/A)
ACC
EKG Technician
150
76
State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA)
ACC
Tuition: $2,040**
Tuition: $820**
Anatomy & Physiology I
30
15CEHO0001A: 04/08/15 – 06/01/15
Mon & Wed 7:30-9:30p
$340
Anatomy & Physiology II
30
15CEHO0002A: 06/03/15 – 07/22/15
Mon & Wed 7:30-9:30p
$340
Anatomy & Physiology III
30
16CEHO0003A: 07/27/15 – 09/16/15
Mon & Wed 7:30-9:30p
$340
Cultural Diversity in the Workplace
30
15CEHO0004A: 05/12/15 – 06/30/15
Tues & Th 5:00-7:00p
$340
English Fundamentals
30
15CEHO0007A: 03/12/15 – 05/07/15
Tues & Th 5:00-7:00p
$340
Nutrition & Wellness
30
15CEHO0008B: 03/16/15 – 06/18/15
16CEHO0008A: 08/17/15 – 10/07/15
Mon & Wed 5:00-7:00p
$340
Medical Math
30
15CEHO0016B: 03/26/15 – 04/23/15
16CEHO0016A: 08/25/15 – 09/15/15
Tues & Th 5:00-9:30p
$340
Medical Office Procedures
30
15CEHO0025B: 02/03/15 – 03/24/15
16CEHO0025A: 07/02/15 – 08/20/15
Tues & Th 7:30-9:30p
$340
Medical Terminology I
30
15CEHO0018A: 03/12/15 – 05/07/15
Tues & Th 7:30-9:30p
$340
Medical Terminology II
30
15CEHO0039A: 05/12/15 – 06/30/15
Tues & Th 7:30-9:30p
$340
Pharmacology I
30
15CEHO0020B: 05/18/15 - 07/08/15
16CEHO0020A: 10/12/15 - 12/02/15
Mon & Wed 5:00-7:00p
$340
Pharmacology II
30
16CEHO0021A: 07/13/15 – 08/31/15
16CEHO0021B: 12/07/15 – 02/10/16
Mon & Wed 5:00-7:00p
$340
* The $60 Application Fee is non-refundable
** The tuition fee includes: textbooks, and, as applicable to specific programs: one set of scrubs, FBI/BCI background
checks, testing fees, etc.
***Tuition prices subject to change
STNA must supply own white shoes & watch with second hand
Note: Fees subject to change due to unanticipated price increases. Part-time students must complete their externship in a
4 month time period. Full-time students must complete their externship in a 6 month time period.
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Coordinator:
INDUSTRIAL
TECHNOLOGY | Program
513-932-8145 Ext. 5272
Program Location: Main Campus
Welding
EPLC
HVAC
What can I achieve?
• American Welding Society D1.1 Structural Certification: MIG Processes • OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Certification
• American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 Structural Certifications in TIG, MIG and ARC processes
• NATE (North American Technician Excellence) Universal or Industry Competency Exam (ICE-Residential) for HVAC Technicians
• American Heart First Aid/CPR Certification (optional) • EPA section 608 and R-410A Certifications
Program Name
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
Electromechanical PLC Technician
600
15CDEM0600B: 01/07/15
15CDEM0600C: 04/27/15
16CDEM0600A: 07/08/15
Mon thru Th
5:30-9:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $7,500**
600
15CDHV0600B: 01/07/15
15CDHV0600C: 04/27/15
16CDHV0600A: 07/08/15
Mon thru Th
5:30-9:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $8,850**
600
15CDWE0600B: 01/07/15
15CDWE0600C: 04/27/15
16CDWE0600A: 07/08/15
Mon thru Th
5:30-9:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $8,500**
ACC
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
ACC
Welding Technician AWS Certified
ACC
* The $ 60 Application Fee is non-refundable
** The tuition fee includes: Textbooks and tool kit.
* ** Dates & Prices subject to change- see website for latest dates and information.
HEAVY
Program Coordinator:
EQUIPMENT & ELECTRICAL POWERLINE MECHANIC | 513-932-8145
Ext. 5323
Program Location: Main Campus,
Scarlet Oaks, Upper Valley
Heavy
Equipment
EPL
Mechanic
What can I achieve?
• CDL Class A Truck Operation (Bucket and Digger Trucks)
• OSHA 10-Hour
• CDL-A Commercial Truck Driver’s License
• CPR/First Aid
• NCCER Core Curriculum and Heavy Equipment Operations Levels 1, 2 & 3 Certifications
Program Name
Heavy Equipment and Site
Construction Technician
Main Campus
Heavy Equipment and Site
Construction Technician and CDL-A
Main Campus
Electrical Power Line Mechanic
Main Campus
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
ACC
600
15CDHE0600B: 01/26/15 – 05/19/15†
15CDHE0600C: 05/11/15 – 08/25/15†
Mon thru Fri
9:30-6:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $8,700**
ACC
820
15CDHE0820B: 01/26/15 – 06/29/15†
15CDHE0820C: 05/11/15 – 10/05/15†
Mon thru Fri
9:30-6:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $13,789**
ACC
900
Daytime – 15CDEP0900M1: 01/26/15 – 10/27/15†
Daytime – 16CDEP0900M1: 11/09/15 – 08/29/16†
Evening – 15CDEP0900M2: 05/18/15 – 02/25/16†
Daytime – Mon thru Th – 10:00-4:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,150**
Evening – Mon thru Th – 4:00-10:00pm
Electrical Power Line Mechanic
Scarlet Oaks Campus
ACC
900
15CDEP0900S2: 01/26/15 – 10/27/15†
16CDEP0900S1: 11/09/15 – 08/29/16†
Mon thru Th
4:00-10:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,150**
Electrical Power Line Mechanic
Upper Valley CTC
ACC
900
15CDEP0900U1: 02/09/15 – 11/10/15†
16CDEP0900U2: 11/16/15 – 09/06/16†
Mon thru Th
10:00-4:00pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,150**
Dates & Prices are subject to change. See www.mywccc.org/AdultEducation_home.aspx for our latest schedules.
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* The $ 60 Application Fee is non-refundable
Electrical Powerline Mechanic:
Heavy Equipment and Site Construction/CDL-A:
** Tuition fee includes: CDL License fee and tool kit. ** Tuition fee includes: books, boots, hardhat, safety vests & outside gear.
CDL License Fee (Program w/ CDL-A Only)
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Coordinator:
SAFETY | Program
513-932-8145 Ext. 5225
Program Location: Main Campus & Southern Hills Campus
Public
Safety
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Basic Police
Officer
Academy
What can I achieve?
State Volunteer Firefighter
Ohio Certification for Fire Safety Inspector
National Certification for EMT Basic
Ohio Certification as Fire & EMS Instructor
• State Level 1 & 2 Firefighter
• Eligible for Ohio Peace Officer’s Certification Exam
• AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider Card
Program Name
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
Volunteer Firefighter
36
15CEPS0001B: 01/06/15
Tues & Th 6:00-10:00pm
Saturday: 8:00-5:00pm
Tuition: $325*
Book Fee: $140
Firefighter I Transition
120
15CEPS0002B: 02/10/15
Tues & Th 6:00-10:00pm
Some Saturdays: 8:00-5:00pm
Tuition: $1,000*
Book Fee: $140
(if needed)
Firefighter II Transition
108
15CEPS0003B: 05/12/15
Tues & Th
6:00-10:00pm
Some Saturdays: 8:00-5:00pm
Tuition: $1,100*
Book Fee: $140
(if needed)
EMT Basic
160
15CEPS0005B: 01/05/15
Mon & Wed
6:00-10:00pm
Some Saturdays: 8:00-5:00pm
Tuition: $900
Book Fee: $150
EMT Basic Refresher
32
Dates starting Fall 2015
Call for more information
Tuition: $425
EMT Advanced Refresher
40
Dates starting Fall 2015
Call for more information
Tuition: $350
Fire Safety Inspector
80
Dates starting Fall 2015
Call for more information
Tuition: $775
BLS For Healthcare CPR
5
15CEPS0010F: 01/17/15
15CEPS0010G: 02/21/15
15CEPS0010H: 03/21/15
15CEPS0010I: 04/18/15
15CEPS0010J: 05/16/15
15CEPS0010K: 06/20/15
Saturday
8:30-1:30pm
Tuition: $65
Fire/EMS Instructor
72
Dates starting Fall 2015
Call for more information
Book Fee: $125
Tuition: $600
Basic Police Officer Academy
605
Dates starting Fall 2015
Call for more information
Lab Fees $225
Tuition: $3,500
* All personal protective equipment is required (available for rent if needed)
** Prices subject to change, contact coordinator or check website for up to date pricing.
STUDENT TESTIMONIAL
Tim Osner,
Firefighter I, II,
Volunteer Firefighter,
EMT
“Warren County Career
Center made it easy to
get back into the swing
of schooling and my
training gave me the
confidence I need to do
my job. The coordinator
took a real interest in me
personally and I loved the
hands-on training.”
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Program Coordinator:
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY | 513-932-8145
Ext. 4013
Program Location:
Kings Mills
What can I achieve?
• CompTIA A+ • CompTIA Server+
• CompTIA Security+ • CompTIA Network+
• Windows 7 Implementation (MCTS)
• Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Support Technician
• Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT)
• Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
Program Name
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
Cisco Certified
Network Administrator
648
Daytime: 15CDIT0648A: 01/06/15 — 15CEIT0648C: 04/07/15
Evening: 15CDIT0648A: 01/06/15 — 15CEIT0648D: 04/07/15
Tues thru Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:30p
Evening: 6:00-10:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,300**
608
Daytime:15CDIT0608A: 01/06/15 — 15CEIT0608C: 04/07/15
Evening:15CDIT0608B: 01/20/15 — 15CEIT0608E: 04/07/15
Tues thru Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:30p
Evening: 6:00-10:30pm
$60 Appl. Fee*
Tuition: $11,300**
Intro to IT Fundamentals
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0026A: 01/06/15 — 15CEIT0026C: 04/07/15
Evening: 15CEIT0026B: 01/20/15 — 15CEIT0026E: 04/07/15
Tues & Th
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,250**
CompTIA A+: Hardware
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0027A: 02/17/15 — 15CEIT0027C: 05/19/15
Evening: 15CEIT0027B: 02/17/15 — 15CEIT0027E: 05/19/15
Tues & Th
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,640**
CompTIA A+: Software
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0028A: 04/07/15 — 15CEIT0028C: 06/30/15
Evening: 15CEIT0028B: 04/07/15 — 15CEIT0028E: 06/30/15
Tues & Th
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,640**
Programming Logic
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0013B: 01/07/15 — 15CEIT0013C: 04/08/15
Evening: 15CEIT0013C: 01/07/15 — 15CEIT0013E: 04/08/15
Wed & Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,200**
CompTIA Network+
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0016B: 04/08/15 — 16CEIT0016A: 07/01/15
Evening: 15CEIT0016C: 04/08/15 — 16CEIT0016B: 07/01/15
Wed & Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,250**
LPI Linux Essentials
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0029A: 05/19/15 — 16CEIT0029A: 08/11/15
Evening: 15CEIT0029A: 05/19/15 — 16CEIT0029B: 08/11/15
Tues & Th
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,250**
Windows 7 Implementation
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0025B: 02/18/15 — 15CEIT0025D: 05/20/15
Evening: 15CEIT0025C: 02/18/15 — 15CEIT0025E: 05/20/15
Wed & Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,250**
CompTIA Security+
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0017B: 05/20/15 — 16CEIT0017A: 08/12/15
Evening: 15CEIT0017C: 05/20/15 — 16CEIT0017E: 08/12/15
Wed & Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,250**
CompTIA Server+
54
Daytime: 15CEIT0018C: 06/30/15 — 16CEIT0026A: 09/22/15
Evening: 15CEIT0018D: 06/30/15 — 16CEIT0026B: 09/22/15
Tues & Th
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,200**
Windows 7, Enterprise
Desktop Support Technician
80
Daytime: 15CEIT0012B: 07/01/15 — 15CEIT0025D: 09/22/15
Evening: 15CEIT0012C: 07/01/15 — 15CEIT0025E: 09/22/15
Tues & Th
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,400**
Cisco Certified Entry
Networking Technician
(CCENT)
80
Daytime: 16CEIT0015A: 07/01/15 — 16CEIT0015C: 09/23/15
Evening: 16CEIT0015B: 07/01/15 — 16CEIT0015E: 09/23/15
Wed & Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,200**
Cisco Certified Network
Associate (CCNA)
80
Daytime: 16CEIT0010A: 08/12/15 — 16CEIT0010C: 11/04/15
Evening: 16CEIT0010B: 08/12/15 — 16CEIT0010E: 11/04/15
Wed & Fri
Daytime: 9:00-1:00p
Evening: 6:00-10:00pm
Tuition: $1,200**
ACC
Microsoft Certified
Solutions Associate
ACC
* The $60 Application Fee is non-refundable
** The tuition fee includes: Textbooks, test vouchers and new computer
components in CompTIA A+.
***Tuition prices subject to change
Additional classes now forming, please contact coordinator:
• Linux Administration
• Database Administration
• Application Development
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PERSONAL ENRICHMENT, AUTOCAD & AUCTIONEER PROGRAM
Personal
Enrichment
AutoCAD
Auctioneer
Contact Information: Program Coordinator – 513.932.8145, Ext. 4011
Program Location: Main & Kings Mills
Program Name
Hrs
Course Number: Start Date
Day/Time
Cost
Beginner 5 String Banjo
20
15CESI0087A4: 01/06/15 – 02/05/15
15CESI0087A5: 02/10/15 – 03/12/15
15CESI0087A6: 03/17/15 – 04/16/15
Tues & Th
6:30-8:30pm
$86
Location: Main Campus
Digital Photography—
An Introduction
10
15CESI0063A3: 02/02/15 – 03/02/15
15CESI0063A4: 04/06/15 – 05/04/15
Mondays
7:00-9:00pm
$90
Location: Kings Mills
Windows 8 Introduction
16
15CECT0060DB: 01/13/15 – 01/16/15
15CECT0060DC: 04/21/15 – 04/24/15
Tues thru Fri
9:30-1:30pm
$175
Location: Kings Mills
Preserving Your History:
Using Genealogy Resource Tools
16
15CESI0082A: 01/13/15-03/03/15
Tuesdays
10:00-12:00pm
$70
Location: Main Campus
Tech 4 Today Course Series
2hrs/Class
Email- 15CESI0110A: 01/14/15
Facebook- 15CESI0111A: 01/21/15
Twitter- 15CESI0112A: 01/28/15
Pinterest- 15CESI0113A: 02/04/15
Skype- 15CESI0114A: 02/11/15
YouTube- 15CESI0115A: 02/18/15
QR Codes- 15CESI0116A: 02/25/15
Wednesday
10:00-12:00pm
$50/Class
Location: Kings Mills
Auctioneer
80
15CESI0001B: 02/03/15-04/16/15
Charity Auction 04/14/15
Tues & Th
5:30-9:30pm
$950
Location: Main Campus
AutoCAD Basic
42
15CECT0051B: 04/13/15-06/01/15
Mon & Wed
6:00-9:00pm
$700 Includes book
Location: Kings Mills
AutoCAD Advanced
42
15CECT0052B: 06/15/15-07/29/15
Mon & Wed
6:00-9:00pm
$700 Includes book
Location: Kings Mills
BIA
RD.
Senior Discount not available for all courses. Senior Discount availability subject to course & enrollment numbers.
GREENTREE HEALTH
SCIENCE ACADEMY
5757 INNOVATION DRIVE
MIDDLETOWN OH 45005
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Career
Training
6-Week
Course
Not comfortable on a computer? Find out about our open lab times for assistance while taking your course.
• Contact Information: contact the Program Coordinator at - 513.932.8145, Ext. 4011
• For more program info, visit www.mywccc.org/onlinecourses.aspx
A wide variety of highly interactive courses
are available in the following areas:
Accounting & Finance
Business
College Readiness
Computer Applications
Design & Composition
Health Care & Medical
Language & Arts
Law & Legal
Personal Development
Teaching & Education
Technology
Writing & Publishing
Through our Online Instruction Center, we offer over 500 online learning courses and over 250 career training programs. The beauty of
online learning classes is that they are available 24/7, have regular start dates, and are accessible from wherever you are. All of our
courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Classes are very affordable, topics are relevant
and current, and new topics are being added all the time.
OHIO SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER @ The Warren County Career Center
Mission: Accelerate Ohio’s economy by helping people start, sustain and grow their businesses!
The Ohio Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) provide a high-impact, front-line program designed to facilitate small business
growth, job creation, and access to capital. The SBDC works with entrepreneurs in all industries, at all stages of business growth.
Through access to a wide range of services and resources, the SBDC meets the needs of the experienced and the prospective small
business owner at his/her level of sophistication helping transition to the next level of business insight and understanding growth.
Confidential One-to-One Advising
The SBDC utilizes a business coaching process to assess the business situation and work with the entrepreneur to think through
problems, identify the need, find options and pinpoint solutions. Advisors assist with acquisition of capital via relationships with
lenders and investors
Comprehensive business management and education services include but are not limited to:
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Strategic Planning
eCounseling
Technical Assistance
Quality-Based Assessments
Information about Federal, State and Local Programs
Loan Packaging Assistance
…and much more!
“The Small Business Development Center of Ohio
(SBDC) program is funded in part through a cooperative
agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The SBDC program is also funded in part by the Ohio
Department of Development.” and public and private
businesses of Warren County.
Visit our new website @ www.WarrenCountySBDC.org
Who do I contact for help?
Joe Schiesler, Director
513-932-8145 Ext. 5317
Joe.Schiesler@warrencountySBDC.org
Mike Stater, Counselor
513-932-8145 Ext. 5338
Mike.Stater@ warrencountySBDC.org
Contact us for more information
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ASSESSMENT & GED® TESTING SERVICES
TRANSITION SERVICES – ABLE, ESOL
How to Register for the GED Computer Based Tests:
Adult Basic & Literacy Education Classes
Warren County Career Center Main Campus and South Campus are
Regional Authorized Test Centers for the GED.
Create an account, register and schedule tests online:
1. Go to www.GED.com
2. Enter email and password to create account.
3. Begin registration/schedule exam of one test (module) or more:
Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 minutes), Mathematical
Reasoning, Science, Social Studies (all 90 minutes)
4. The cost for each module is $30; the total cost for all 4 tests is $120.
5. $ 80 Voucher available for Ohio test-takers. Go to
www.mywccc.org/, click on Adult Education, scroll down and on
right side of page, look for topic “Services and Programs”, click on
ABLE/GED/ESOL, then on “Request a “Voucher”, complete
and submit.
6. For additional questions, contact the Warren County Career Center
at 513-932-8145.
FREE Classes!
ABLE provides free instructional services to adults who need to:
• Prepare for the GED ®
• Improve English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
• Improve literacy through foundation math, reading and writing skills
• Attain additional skills before enrolling in college
• Transition into employment and college (Bridge Program)
Call for registration information and required
orientation dates for all of the above classes:
513-695-2987
The ABLE/GED/ESOL office is located at:
OhioMeansJobs Warren County
300 E. Silver St. (Old Courthouse)
Lebanon, OH 45036
WCCC Regional Authorized Testing Center
& Proctoring Services Site
Warren County Career Center is a Regional Authorized Assessment
Center that serves the needs of business, community and educational
institutions in their assessment needs. As a public testing center, we
serve individuals who need test proctoring and other assessments for
school, employment, or for personal interests.
Assessment Center Locations
WCCC Main Campus in Lebanon & WCCC South Campus in Kings Mills
How to Register
1. Register online for certain tests: PearsonVue/Certiport/CLEP.
(Note: For Certiport and CLEP, call 513-932-8145, ext. 5249, after
registration, to schedule exam
2. Call 513-932-8145 for other exams, proctoring fees and Test Center
details.
Services include tests/assessments from the following vendors:
TESTING CENTER
Pearson Vue On-site, on-demand testing for certification
& select professional licensure exams including nursing &
pharmacy, insurance, IT, real estate, and HR Management.
NEW!
Certiport Tests include IT Fundamentals, Microsoft Office,
Adobe, CopTIA Strata, Certiport Internet & Computing Core
& I Critical Thinking by ETS.
College & Career Preparation
Bridge Program now offered in Kings Mills, Franklin, Lebanon
College Board CLEP The College-Level Examination Program
allows students to demonstrate that they have acquired
college-level mastery of course content in 33 subject areas.
The FREE 6 - week Bridge Program
will prepare the adult student for:
ACT WorkKeys - a job skills testing system that helps
employers select, hire, train, develop & retain a high
performance workforce.
• Pre-employment testing
NATE-North American Technician Excellence
Certification For heating, ventilation, air conditioning &
refrigeration technicians.
• College placement testing (Accuplacer, Compass…)
ESCO Group Certification exams for heating, ventilation, AC
& refrigeration, including EPA-608, Universal R-410A, etc.
• Career Tech admissions testing (WorkKeys)
• Student success skills
• Career advancement
Exam Proctoring Services for:colleges, other educational
institutions & industry, government, individuals or
community organizations.
ParaPro is a general aptitute test that offers certification for
paraprofessionals. It can be used to certify teacher’s aides
and assistants.
Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC):(2 Certs.)
Training, Assessment & Certification System focused on the
core skills & knowledge needed by the production & material
handling workers.
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• Visit our website @
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DISCOUNT POLICIES
HOW TO REGISTER
DISCOUNT POLICIES
HOW TO REGISTER
Senior citizens (62 years of age and
older) may enroll in part-time, shortterm adult education classes for onehalf the cost of the tuition. Veterans
of the U.S. Armed Forces are entitled
to take resume and interviewing skills
classes at no cost. This program does
not include full-time adult education
programs or those considered career
development programs. The above
discounts will be offered only when
there is adequate revenue to run the
course and space is available. Any
textbook and/or manual, supplies and
lab fees needed for the course(s) would
be an additional cost for the enrollee
and is not included in the cost of the
tuition.
NOTE:
1.Selected part-time classes,
workshops or special events may be
exempt from discounts–check with
coordinator.
2.Please identify yourself as a Senior
Citizen at the time of registration.
Discounts will not be awarded once
the registration process is completed.
No Senior discount will be given
after a class has started. Seniors are
officially enrolled at the discounted
rate when minimum enrollment
required for the class has been met.
ACCREDITATION
Warren County Career Center’s Adult
Education and Workforce Development
Full Service Center is accredited by
the Commission of the Council on
Occupational Education.
REFUND POLICIES
REFUND POLICIES
Information Technology & State
Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA)
5 Easy Ways to Register!
1.Online – Go to www.mywccc.org,
click on Adult Education then Register
Online. Note: Some courses are not
available for Online registration.
2.By Phone – Call 513-932-8145 or
1-877-547-5100. Have your credit card
available.
3.By Fax – Download a Part-Time
Registration form, from the Adult
Education website and fax to:
513.932.2304.
4.By Mail – Download a Part-Time
Registration form from the Adult
Education website and mail to:
Adult and Workforce Development
Warren County Career Center
3525 North State Route 48
Lebanon OH 45036
5.In person – (Main Campus Only)
Main Campus Office Hours:
Mon – Thu, 8:00am – 8:00pm
Fri, 8:00am – 4:00pm
South Campus Office Hours:
Mon – Thu, 11:00am – 6:30pm
Fri, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Payment for these programs is due at
the time of registration. To receive a
refund, students must notify the school
if they are unable to attend at least
72 hours prior to the start of the first
Information Technology program and
24 hours prior to the start of the State
Tested Nursing Assistant class. If the
student does not provide the required
notice, no refund will be issued.
Career Enhancement Courses
(1-599 Clock Hours)
If a program meets for only one session,
a refund is available only to students
who notify the Adult Education and
Workforce Development Department of
their withdrawal 72 hours prior to the
session starting.
For programs that meet for more than
one session and for 20 hours or less, full
refunds are available only to students
who withdraw at least 72 hours prior
to the start of the first class. Students
who withdraw after that but before the
second class session begins, will be
charged a prorated fee for the first class
session. No refund will be available
if the student withdraws after the
beginning of the second class.
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF OHIO
For programs that are 21-599 clock
hours long, full refunds are available
only to students who withdraw at
least 72 hours prior to the start of the
first class. Students who withdraw
after that, but before the second class
session begins, will be charged a
prorated fee for the first class session
and a $25 administrative fee. No
refund will be available if the student
withdraws after the beginning of the
second class.
All Ohio Technical Center programs are
part of the University System of Ohio
and are governed by the Ohio Board of
Regents. As a member of the University
System of Ohio’s Adult Workforce
Education and Training Network, WCCC
is pleased to be able to offer even more
access to area colleges, universities
and technical schools for our adult
students. Additional information about the
University System of Ohio is available
at: www.ohiohighered.org
Job Training Programs
(600 clock hours or more)
CLASS OPERATION AND
STUDENT ENROLLMENT
• A class must have sufficient enrollment
three days prior to the start date to run.
NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY
The Warren County Career Center’s policy
of nondiscrimination extends to students,
staff, job applicants, the general public and
individuals with whom it does business
and applies to race, color, national origin,
citizenship status, religion, sex, economic
status, age, disability, military status or
ancestry.
• The Warren County Career Center
reserves the right to cancel a class with
insufficient enrollment.
• All fees must be paid at least three days
prior to the start of each class. A student
is considered to be enrolled only after
tuition and fees have been paid in full
(or financial aid has been approved)
and all entrance requirements for the
program have been met.
www.mywccc.org
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1.513.932.8145
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Financial obligation is calculated on a
term-by-term basis. Each 600-900 clock
hour Full-Time program is divided into
two equal terms. Once the term begins,
tuition will be refunded according to
Warren County Career Center’s refund
policy as published in the WCCCAEWD
Student Consumer Handbook. If the
student is receiving Federal financial
aid, an additional calculation will be
made using the Return To Title IV Funds
policy, which is mandated by the U.S.
Department of Education.
1.877.547.5100
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Greentree Health Science Academy
5757 Innovation Drive
Middletown OH 45005
513.932.8145
Mon. – Thu., 7:00am - 10:00pm
Fri., 7:00am - 3:00pm
South Campus
1797 King Ave.
Kings Mills OH 45034
513.932.8145
Main Campus
3525 N. State Rte. 48
Lebanon OH 45036
513.932.8145
Mon. – Thu., 8:00am - 8:00pm
Fri., 8:00am - 4:00pm
Campus Locations
& Hours
Come to the WCCC main campus
and enjoy free services such as a
fresh mini-manicure, snacks, student
demonstrations, touch-a-truck,
and more. Watch for details in
the mail and on our website.
May 2, 2015 @ 10:00am-2:00pm
Community Service Day!
Warren County
Career Center
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3525 North State Route 48
Lebanon OH 45036
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