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WHY CHOOSE OHP ADULT &
CONTINUING EDUCATION? • Convenient Classes: Locations throughout our service area, including our Bellefontaine Campus, Urbana South Campus, our new Kenton North Campus, Marysville Branch locations and several courses and trainings available online! • Top-Notch Instructors: OHP instructors are highly-qualified, skilled and experienced in the workforce. They bring with them years of experience in the field and have chosen to impart their knowledge to our students. You will appreciate the individual attention you receive from our instructors. They truly make you their top priority as they prepare you for a future filled with new opportunities! • Our Success Rate: More than 91% of our students successfully complete their programs, and OHP’s Adult & Continuing Education boasts a positive post-program placement rate of 95%, meaning our students have gone on to work in the industry in which they received training or on to college to continue their studies!
Education is the key to getting ahead in today’s tough economy. From basic education to job training, Ohio Hi-Point provides hands-on, skills-based instruction that will help you meet your educational goals. Our affordable, flexible education options allow you to make an investment in your future without sacrificing a lot of time and money. We have short-term, full-time, job training, customized training for businesses and manufacturers, and our Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) program, which is ideal if you wish to refresh your math, reading and writing skills, or if you are preparing to return to college or for the GED test.
SUPPLY AND DEMAND Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is the premier choice for workforce development in northwest-central Ohio. We leverage our relationships with community, business and industries to develop programs that are market-driven, comprehensive, and relevant. Not only do we know what employers are looking for—we make sure our students have the tools they need to meet those demands.
LIFE DOESN’T STOP Balancing school, work and family can be challenging, but a busy life shouldn’t get in the way of an education. Ohio Hi-Point Career Center makes it easier to have it all by providing the flexibility to attend classes at conveniently located campus-style facilities or take advantage of distance and virtual learning options. 2011 spring/summer Course Schedule | 3
OUR CORE VALUES • Our students are our first priority • Every individual has value and significance • We expect excellence in all we do • Students and staff are accountable for their own behavior and personal development • Effective learning actively engages students Ohio Hi-Point’s Adult & Continuing Education Division strives to provide outstanding educational opportunities to refresh and renew the adult learner’s career or college pathway! In doing so, we work hard to maintain the highest standards and are proud to be accredited, affiliated and approved by the following professional associations: • North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement • Ohio Board of Regents • Adult Workforce Development
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JOIN OUR ALUMNI & FRIENDS ASSOCIATION In 2008, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center formed the OHP Alumni & Friends Association as a place to connect graduates, friends, family, business partners and supporters of our high school and adult education divisions. The Alumni & Friends Association has goals to reconnect the OHP community and provide support for the school district’s educational mission. Membership is free! Become a member by joining our online social community, Est. 1974, at http://est1974.ning.com This publication is published by the Office of Marketing & Communications at the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center, 2280 SR 540, Bellefontaine, OH, 43311. It is a free publication and is available to any resident of the Ohio Hi-Point school district and in other areas. Any comments or questions should be emailed to Shane Haggerty, marketing and communications coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Administration: Kim Davis, Superintendent Ext. 1204 email@example.com Eric Adelsberger, Treasurer Ext. 1205 firstname.lastname@example.org Darlene Chiles, Adult & Continuing Education Director Ext. 1207 email@example.com Amy Main, Adult & Continuing Education Supervisor Ext. 1400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Education Staff: Joan Manns, Adult Education Business Operations Coordinator Ext. 1208 email@example.com Michelle Rutledge, Financial Aid/Student Services Coordinator Ext. 1402 firstname.lastname@example.org Jay Hunt, Student Services/GED Chief Examiner email@example.com
Lori Ludwig, Health Occupations Coordinator Ext. 1219 firstname.lastname@example.org Jeniffer Brubaker, Business & Industry Coordinator Ext. 1224 email@example.com Fred Henry, IST Instructor Ext. 1422 firstname.lastname@example.org Jeff Dysert, HVAC-R Instructor Ext. 1381 email@example.com Kent Amey, HVAC-R Instructor Ext. 1381 firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Curtner, IST Instructor Ext. 1422 email@example.com Joel Headington, IST Instructor Ext. 1422 firstname.lastname@example.org Earl LeVan, Automation Technology Coordinator Coordinator Ext. 1399 email@example.com Tammy Detwiler, Public Safety Services Coordinator Ext. 1392 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon Halter, Adult Basic Literacy Education Coordinator Ext. 1406 email@example.com Marylu Clute, ABLE Secretary Ext. 1432 firstname.lastname@example.org Stacy Colwell , Adult Education Secretary/ Receptionist Ext. 1398 email@example.com 2011 spring/summer Course Schedule | 5
ADULT BASIC & LITERACY EDUCATION The Adult Basic & Literacy Education (ABLE) program provides adults with a second chance to master basic skills such as basic reading, writing and math. These skills are needed to earn and maintain employment. ABLE also provides opportunities to obtain basic computer skills, meet entrance requirements for continuing education courses, including college studies, preparation for the GED test and more. With programs in GED preparation and testing, WorkKeys Assessments and Refresher Basics for College and Training, ABLE helps you establish a firm beginning to a new career or college pathway! The ABLE program is designed as a learning center where you will study in an informal setting to achieve the goals you have established and work at your own pace.
ADULT BASIC & LITERACY EDUCATION
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Distance Education for Adult Learnersâ€”the ABLE D.E.A.L. With this program, adult learners can prepare for the WorkKeys or GED test, refresh skills for entrance tests and determine your own study schedule. Learning is flexible with your work and family schedules, and online materials are available 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week! All thatâ€™s required from you is internet access, an email address, basic computer and reading skills and attendance at an ABLE orientation.
your first step to new opportunities! CLASS LOCATIONS & ORIENTATION DATES
Flexible morning, evening and online schedules.
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center 2280 St. Rt. 540, Bellefontaine M/TU/TH | 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. TU/TH | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Dates: Mar 14, May 9
Galilee Lutheran Church, 301 Lincoln Blvd., Russells Point TU/TH | 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Dates: Mar 1, Apr 26
Champaign Co. Comm. Center, C-TEC
For more information, new start dates, and to register contact: Sharon Halter: (937) 599-3010, ext.1406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
GED Testing Schedule
***Requires official application prior to testing***
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Mar 1 & 3 Apr 12 & 13 May 3 & 5 June 7 & 9 August 2 & 4
Champaign County Apr 18 & 20
1512 US 68 S, Urbana M/ W/TH | 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. TU/TH | 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Dates: Mar 14, May 9
Rhodes State College Learning Lab
Mar 7 & 8 • Two testing sessions will run from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. both evenings. No latecomers admitted. • You will need to bring proof of identification (driver’s license or picture I.D.) to the test center.
809 Fontaine St., Kenton M/TU/ W | 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Dates: Apr 4, May 9 TU/TH | 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Dates: Mar 7, May 2
Union County ABLE
July 18 & 19
*Arrive no later than 4:45 p.m.
940 London Ave., Suite 1600, Marysville TU/W/TH 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and/or 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. TU/TH | 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Dates: Mar 7, May 2
Contact Sharon Halter at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1406 to reserve your place.
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INTEGRATED SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY Program Description The Integrated Systems Technology (IST) industrial training program provides students with the critical skills required by systems technicians in modern industry. The IST program is North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) accredited and ISO-9000 certified. The program is offered as a full time 900 hour one year program, as well as a part time, two year 900 hour program. The IST program includes the following courses:
The IST program includes the following courses: Advanced Hydraulics Advanced Pneumatics Applied Automation Principles Basic Computer Training Basic Electrical AC and DC Theory Basic Process Control Business English Industrial Mathematics Industrial Safety and Health Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) Introduction to Electronics Introduction to Hydraulics Introduction to Machining
IST3271 IST 3120 IST3460 IST3410 IST 3141 IST3142 IST3143 IST3101 IST3151 IST3152 IST3250 IST3251 IST3320
ADDITIONAL IST COURSE OFFERINGS 10IST3326 Advanced Auto-CAD 10IST3470 HVAC Trainer and Troubleshooting Course Any of the courses are available on an individual basis to give you the latest training in your desired field. Classes offered at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and at our new satellite site in Urbana.
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Introduction to Noise, Vibration and Harshness Principles Introduction to Pneumatics Introduction to Welding Mechanical Blueprint Reading Mechanical Systems and Principles 1 Mechanical Systems and Principles 2 Mechanical Systems and Principles 3 Metrology Motor Controls I Motor Controls II Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) Level 1 Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) Level 2 Total Productive Maintenance Practices (TPM)
Concurrent enrollment through Clark State Community College provides Integrated Systems Technology students with 23 hours of college credit upon completing their program.
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
IST3126 IST 3121 IST3252 IST3080 IST3150 IST3470 IST3110 IST3115 IST 3140 IST3325 IST 3225 IST 3125 IST3420
For more information please contact: Mark Curtner (937) 599-3010, ext. 1422 or email email@example.com
Industrial Safety and Health – 20 Hours
Basic Electrical AC and DC Circuits
Course: IST 3140 Hours: 20 An introduction to industrial safety practices, lockout/tag out procedures, terminology, safety regulations and requirements. Classroom based training.
Course: IST 3115 Hours: 30 Application of mathematical concepts to the manufacturing and maintenance of products and processes. Self-paced lab activity.
Course: IST 3150 Hours: 40 Introduction to alternating and direct current circuits utilizing Amatrol laboratory equipment along with multimedia computer based training. Multiple hands on laboratory exercises are included, which focus on the construction of electrical circuits. Circuits are tested using electrical test equipment. Topics include Ohm’s Law, series and parallel circuits, resistors, capacitors, inductors, relays, transformers and other electrical components.
Introduction to Electronics
Course: IST 3080 Hours: 30 Fundamental concepts of the PC, operating systems, and networks. Hands on training in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs to prepare reports and make presentations. Instructor led course.
Course: IST 3225 Hours: 20 Introduction to the function and operation of basic electronic components. Topics include resistor values, bread board and construction of electronic circuits, function and troubleshooting of electronic components including diodes, SCR’s, TRIAC’s, transistors, potentiometers, capacitors, resistors and bridge rectifiers. Utilizes ANGEL online learning suite.
Total Productive Maintenance Practices
Motor Controls I
Basic Computer Applications
Course: IST 3320 Hours: 15 Introduces TPM topics including the difference between planned and unplanned maintenance, 5S philosophy, five different types of maintenance practices, Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) calculations and the Pillars of TPM. Instructor led course.
Course: IST 3110 Hours: 30 Review of basic writing skills and grammar with an emphasis on technical writing skills. Microsoft Word is used to develop the tools and formats for reports, memos, and other technical writing. Lab based utilizing a workbook and PC with instructor interaction.
Course: IST 3151 Hours: 40 This course focuses on relay control of electric motor and pneumatic systems and their industrial applications. Students use a variety of industrial relay control circuits, schematics, ladder diagrams and Boolean logic to learn industry-relevant skills in installation, operation and performance analysis of motor controls systems.
Motor Controls II
Course: IST 3152 Hours: 40 This course gives the student a real world experience of troubleshooting and repair of motor control systems using a multi-meter in a three phase motor control system. The student learns to diagnose and repair problems in wiring, relays, transformers, switches, power supplies, variable speed drives and motors.
Basic Process Quality Control
Course: IST 3470 Hours: 30 Introduction to process control systems, instrument tags, piping and instrumentation diagrams, loop controllers, final control elements, level measurement, liquid level control, methods of automatic control, flow measurement and control and control loop performance. Emphasis on electronic instrumentation set-up and use.
Fluid Power Courses Introduction to Hydraulics
Course: IST 3125 Hours: 30 Introduction to hydraulic schematics, filters, regulators, relief valves, motors, pumps and control of hydraulic components. Utilizes Amatrol laboratory equipment along with multimedia computer based training. Includes many hands on laboratory exercises.
Course: IST 3126 Hours: 30 This advanced course covers directional control valves, solenoid valves, hydraulic schematics, interfacing valves to electrical control circuits and maintenance of hydraulic systems. Utilizes Amatrol laboratory equipment along with multimedia computer based training. Extensive laboratory exercises.
Introduction to Pneumatics
Course: IST 3120 Hours: 30 Introduction to the fundamentals of fluid power. Utilizes Amatrol laboratory equipment along with multimedia computer based training. Topics include pneumatic schematics, filters, lubricators, regulators, valves, cylinders, gauges, check valves and flow control valves. Includes multiple hands on laboratory exercises.
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Course: IST 3121 Hours: 30 This advanced course covers directional control valves, solenoid valves, cam valves, pneumatic schematics, interfacing valves to electrical control circuits and maintenance of pneumatic systems. Utilizes Amatrol laboratory equipment along with multimedia computer based training. Extensive laboratory exercises.
Mechanical Courses Mechanical Systems and Principles 1
Course: IST 3141 Hours: 40 Basics of mechanical power transmission, rotary power, safety, mechanical foundations, fasteners, leveling, bearings, alignment of v-belts, chain drives, couplings, and gear drives. Extensive laboratory exposure to mechanical drives, motors, tools and measuring instruments. Utilizes Amatrol laboratory equipment along with multimedia computer based training.
Mechanical Systems and Principles 2
Course: IST 3142 Hours: 40 Advanced mechanical course in heavy duty belt drive systems, synchronous belt systems, lubrication concepts, precision shaft alignment, precision coupling systems and heavy duty chain drive systems. Extensive laboratory exposure to mechanical drives, motors, tools and measuring instruments.
Mechanical Systems and Principles 3
Course: IST 3143 Hours: 40 Advanced mechanical course in bearing types and applications, gaskets and seals, advanced gear drives, brakes and clutches, linear drives and ball screw drives. Extensive laboratory exposure to mechanical drives, motors, tools and measuring instruments.
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Introduction to Noise, Vibration and Harshness Principles
Applied Automation Principles
Programmable Logic Controllers Courses
Computer Software Courses
Course: IST 3271 Hours: 30 Advanced course in the use of vibration analysis to determine where and how to perform maintenance on a machine. Demonstrates how vibration analysis is used to increase machine reliability and reduce downtime as part of a Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program. Extensive laboratory exposure to vibration analysis equipment.
Programmable Logic Controllers 1
Course: IST 3250 Hours: 50 Utilizes Allen-Bradley SLC500 Programmable Controller and Amatrol simulation equipment along with multimedia computer based training. Topics include PLC programming, motor control, I/O interfacing, event sequencing and application development. Laboratory exercises provide many opportunities for the student to design and test PLC programs using timers, counters and various I/O devices. Also available with the Allen Bradley Control Logix 5500/ RSLogix 5000 PLC.
Programmable Logic Controllers Level 2 Course: IST 3251 Hours: 30 Advanced course in networking PLCs and troubleshooting PLC problems with the Allen Bradley Control Logix 5500/ RSLogix 5000 PLC.
Course: IST 3252 Hours: 40 Advanced industrial controls course that utilizes an automated production system that incorporates networked Allen Bradley MicroLogix 1500 PLCs, Device Net, a vision system, Mitsubishi robot, material handling conveyor and other electromechanical devices. This course is designed to enhance the troubleshooting skills of technicians who have mastered the basics of industrial controls.
Introduction to Computer Aided Design
Course: IST 3325 Hours: 55 Introduction to the basics of Orthographic drawings and the basics in using CAD tools. Fundamentals include drawing tools, dimensioning, text insertion, CAD design and drawing modifications. Lab based utilizing a workbook and PC with instructor interaction.
Course: *11IST3326 Hours: 40 Focuses on advanced tools and features in AutoCad
Course: *11IST3335 Hours: 8 (on-line) In this on-line course, students learn basic and advanced SolidWorks applications including 2D and 3D modeling creation and features, production drawings and exploded views.
Course: *11IST3336 Hours: 6 (on-line) This on-line course covers advanced mates and exploded views, an introduction to animation, solid modeling creation and features.
Machining and Welding Maintenance Courses Metrology
Course: IST 3101 Hours: 20 Introduction to the use of precision measurement tools including calipers, micrometers, scales, dial indicators, and others.
Mechanical Blueprint Reading
Course: IST 3410 Hours: 30 Introduction to the fundamentals of blueprint reading, symbols, orthographic projection, linear and angular dimensioning, coordinate tolerancing systems, sectional views, welding symbols and interpretation of drawing specifications.
Introduction to Machining
Course: IST 3420 Hours: 40 Introduction to the basics of machining. Includes machine safety, proper care of equipment, manual lathes, milling machines, and surface grinders. Two precision parts are machined using a blueprint. Finished parts must fit together and meet tolerance requirements. Instructor led lab activity.
Course: *11IST2200 Hours: 80 Students learn the basics of CNC mill and lathe machining operations.
11IST3470 HVAC Trainer and Troubleshooting Course â€“ 30 Hours Course: *11IST2200 Hours: 80 Teaches HVAC basics and troubleshooting All of these courses are available on an individual basis to give you the latest training in your desired field or as part of a 900 hour certificate program. Classes are offered at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and at our satellite site in Urbana. Concurrent enrollment through Clark State Community College provides Integrated Systems Technology students with 23 hours of college credit upon completing a 900 hour certificate program. Students also earn Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification. *Indicates an elective in the 900 hour program.
Course: IST 3460 Hours: 40 Introduction to the basics of Oxyacetylene Welding and Cutting (OAW, OAC), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW or MIG), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW or TIG), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW).. Course contents include safety; common welding techniques on different weld joints; surface preparation and grinding; plus metal identification and filler compatibility. Practices include material thicknesses from 16 ga. thru Â˝ inch on steel and aluminum in a variety of positions. Can also be customized for an indepth training in one or two areas.
Introduction to Welding
For more information please contact: Mark Curtner (937) 599-3010, ext. 1422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeniffer Brubaker at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1224 or email email@example.com
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HEATING, VENTILATION, air conditioning and
refrigeration (HVAC-r) The HVAC-R program is designed to train competent service technicians and installers to fill the ever-increasing need for knowledgeable â€œtechs.â€? Students will be prepared to earn certifications that are highly recognized in the HVAC-R industry and will then have the opportunity to find a rewarding career in the field. A certified HVAC-R technician can most often have job security not found in many other careers, along with the freedom to relocate almost anywhere in the country due to the high demand for these skilled workers.
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Environmental Applications will enable students to learn the environmental effects such as sun or humidity, insulation, lighting and ceiling fans on living structures. Curriculum: Heat Load; Insulation; R Values; Thermodynamic Efficiency; Heat Loss; Humidity: Dew Point; Psychrometrics; Air Conditioning; Thermal System Design and Human Comfort Factors. Classes to be held at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and at our new satellite site in Urbana.
Thermal Systems play a key role in industry and commercial and residential applications, including refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pumps. Curriculum: Thermal System Power; Enthalpy; Temperature Measurement; Gas Laws; Thermal Science Concepts; Heat Transfer Methods; Thermodynamic Cycles; Refrigeration System Operation; Refrigerant Types; Heat Pump System Operation; Thermal Efficiency; Refrigeration
HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION
Components; Phase Diagrams and Property Tables.
For additional information please contact Jeff Dysert, (937) 599-3010, ext. 1381, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Kent Amey at ext. 1381 or email email@example.com
PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES PARAMEDIC CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Ohio Hi-Point has partnered with Clark State Community College to bring their Paramedic Certificate Program to the Bellefontaine Campus. This program provides quality education in the “art and science” of advanced out-of-hospital emergency care. The curriculum provides for integration of knowledge and skills including pre-hospital environment, preparatory skills, trauma and burns, medical emergencies, OB/GYN emergencies, behavioral emergencies and crisis intervention. Upon successful completion, the student will meet and exceed the objectives of the National Standard Paramedic Training Curriculum, providing eligibility for the National Registry Certification exam. Travel will be required for certain course work and clinicals. Medical Terminology and Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology are pre-requisite courses.
Certifications that can be earned: EMT-FIRST RESPONDER EMT-BASIC EMT-B REFRESHER EMT-INTERMEDIATE
Coming Soon! FARM MEDIC SEARCH & RESCUE
PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES
Classes offered at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and in Urbana.
Concurrent Enrollment is offered for EMT Basic (7 credits) and EMT Intermediate (8 credits) through a partnership with Clark State Community College.
For information contact: Tammy Detwiler (937) 599-3010, ext. 1392 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES First Responder
A first responder may provide limited emergency medical services to patients until the arrival of an emergency medical technician-basic, emergency medical technician-intermediate, or emergency medical technician-paramedic. In an emergency, a first responder may render emergency medical services such as opening and maintaining an airway, giving mouth to barrier ventilation, chest compressions, electrical interventions with automated defibrillators to support or correct the cardiac function and other methods determined by the board, controlling of hemorrhage, manual stabilization of fractures, bandaging, assisting in childbirth, and determining triage of trauma victims.
An EMT-basic may determine the nature and extent of illness or injury and establish priority for required emergency medical services. Emergency medical services may be rendered such as opening and maintaining an airway, giving positive pressure ventilation, cardiac resuscitation, electrical interventions with automated defibrillators to support or correct the cardiac function, controlling of hemorrhage, treatment of shock, immobilization of fractures, bandaging, assisting in childbirth, management of mentally disturbed patients, initial care of poison and burn patients, and determining triage of adult and pediatric trauma victims.
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An EMT-I may do any of the items an EMT Basic can do plus the following: 1 Establish and maintain an intravenous lifeline that has been approved by a cooperating physician or physician advisory board; 2 Perform cardiac monitoring; 3 Perform electrical interventions to support or correct the cardiac function; 4 Administer epinephrine; 5 Determine triage of adult and pediatric trauma victims;
Dates: May 23 – Sept 14 Mon /Wed | 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Dates: Sept 12 – Sept 14 Mon /Wed | 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Dates: March 29 – July 14 Tues/Thurs | 8:00 a.m.-12 noon Dates: Sept 6 – Jan 5 Tues/Thurs | 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Dates: Sept 20 – Jan 19 Tues/Thurs | 8:00 a.m.-12 noon
Dates: Sept-June Tues/Thurs/Sat
four ways to advance your future Adult Basic & Literacy Education From the basics of beginning reading and simple addition, through the requirements for an Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma (GED), the Adult Basic & Literacy Education (ABLE) Program provides learning programs designed and paced for each studentâ€™s needs. Individual, small group, and online instruction are designed to help participants meet their educational goals. Students receive instruction and materials to improve their reading, writing and math skills to prepare for entrance exams, job training courses, helping children with homework, preparing for the official GED test, or improving job skills for advancement.
career development Ohio Hi-Point Adult Education helps adult learners looking for a new career pathway develop the skills necessary to earn quality employment by offering training and certification in high-growth industries. Through our various career development programs, our clients can prepare to re-enter the workforce or move on to college to earn an advanced degree, positioning them for a solid future in the workforce.
career enhancement Short-term career enhancement courses provide quick training in technical skills that are currently being used and required by employers. Career enhancement courses enable an individual to enhance their current skills and/or gain new skills quickly. Courses are available in the areas of computers, technical and trade, health care, public safety services, and more.
personal enrichment Think of personal enrichment as an investment in yourself. Ohio Hi-Point offers plenty of short-term enrichment opportunities for you to utilize both personally and professionally. Maybe you want to learn a new way to cook or to be able to repair your own car, or maybe you want to learn photography or how to better manage your personal finances. Whatever the case, a specially designed enrichment course is always offered at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center.
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convenient locations MARYSVILLE
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center 2280 State Route 540, Bellefontaine, OH 43311
Ohio Hi-Point Career Health Careers Satellite: Center-South Campus 232 North Main Street, 1412 N. Main Street, Marysville, OH 43040 Urbana, OH 43078 (Located directly off of SR 68 and next to Grimes Field Airport)
ABLE/GED Satellite: Union County One-Stop 940 London Ave. Suite 1500 Marysville, OH 43040
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center-North Campus 409 Madison Ave. Kenton, OH 43326
WE GET YOU THERE. A BRIGHTER FUTURE AWAITS FOR ANYONE WILLING TO TAKE THE RIGHT STEPS. Whether your goals are personal advancement, a new career or more basic education, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center offers unique paths to create a brighter future. • Get your GED or gain basic literacy with the ABLE program • Sharpen your focus and core academic skills with a variety of Career Development options • Work your way up the career ladder provided by advanced skill development through Career Enhancement courses • Enrich your professional or life skills with unique courses of interest, whether for work or the pleasure of learning something new 16 | ohiohipoint.com
adult basic & literacy education THE FIRST STEP TO A BETTER LIFE IS TO MASTER THE BASICS
ABLE PROVIDES BASIC ADULT LITERACY SKILLS
YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO GAIN YOUR GED. IT IS ESSENTIAL TO JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Hi-Point offers GED testing. opportunities are available in Logan, Champaign, Hardin and Union Counties
The ABLE D.E.A.L. (Distance Ed for Adult Learners) prepares you for the WorkKeys Assessment or GED test.
career development College credit agreements have been established with Rhodes State, Clark State, Urbana University and Franklin University to create a college pathway for you, if desired.
manufacturing technologies courses teach you the the latest in machine and automation skills
DEVELOPING ADVANCED SKILLS AND CAPABILITIES UNLOCK THE POTENTIAL TO A BETTER JOB AND A PROSPEROUS FUTURE
Health Information Technology and information system programs provide opportunities in this growing field
integrated systems technology offers a well-rounded technical education
hvac-R programs provide a practical path to commercial and residential fields
public safety courses prepare you for a range of public and private sector jobs
improve your opportunities for tomorrow with career enhancement and new skill development Enhance your career in the fields of healthcare, computers, manufacturing, and public safety
learn the computer skills that are key in many service and administrative occupations
special enrichment courses are offered to adults of any age at our bellefontaine campus
many people find they need to learn new skills when they are displaced or need to find a new job
step-by-step guidance helps you to use word processing, database, presentation and spreadsheet software
learning is a lifelong pursuit, and ohio hipoint provides courses that satisfy diverse interests
begin with the basics, then proceed to more advanced courses and programs
strengthen your writing. math or communication skills
let hi-point counselors help you chart the right path to tomorrow
pursue pictureperfect hobbies like digital photography
education is more than academic. When you pursue your interests, life is more fulfuilling
Rule the kitchen by learning cake decorating, pizza making and more practical classes teach basic, every day skills like home repair and maintenance
explore new worlds with captivating subjects like ORNITHOLOGY (STUDY OF BIRDS), or rediscover your past with geneaology
learn lifelong skills like financial management
HEALTH OCCUPATIONS OHP’s Health Occupations Program features the opportunity for individuals to become trained in Health Information Technologies, which includes the management of patient health information. Individuals employed in related occupations work with health care records, payment history and delivery of services. There is a need for skilled workers in the health industry, specifically in health care facilities and medical offices. Health Occupations also offers programs in State-Tested Nurse Aide (STNA), a program approved by the Ohio Department of Health, and prepares individuals to take the state examination and work as a nursing assistant in the future. The newest offering is Pharmacy Technician training. Pharmacy technicians work under the supervision of the pharmacist and have duties that include filling prescriptions, counting pills, measuring medications and labeling products. Pharmacy technicians also verify prescriptions and maintain patient records and insurance information and are employed in retail pharmacies, hospitals and extended care facilities. Other programs offered include Phlebotomy and a program to train to become a dining assistant in long-term care facilities.
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Course: 11SHOC7102 Dates: May 18 & 19, 2011 Wed/Thurs | 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
NURSE AIDE $670
Course: 11SHOC7100 Dates: Mar. 8 –May 10, 2011 (OHPCC) Tues/Thurs | 5-9:30pm Course: 11SHOC7100A Dates: April 26 – June 21, 2011 (URBANA) Tues/Thurs | 5:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Course: 11SHOC7100B Dates: May 2 – May 18, 2011 (OHPCC) Mon thru Thurs | 8-3:30pm Dates: June 13 – July 27, 2011 (KENTON) Mon/Wed | 8-3:30pm Course: 12UHOC7100 Dates: July 18 – Sept. 12, 2011 (MARYSVILLE) Mon/Wed | 5-9:30pm
Course: 11SHOC7101 Dates: March 21 – May 16, 2011 Mon/Wed | 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Course: 11SHOC7101A Dates: May 31 – July 21, 2011 (URBANA) Tues/Thurs | 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Dates: August 9 – Sept 22, 2011 (KENTON) Tues/Thurs | 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN $2,000
Course: 11SHOC7103 Dates: May 10, 2011-August 2, 2011 Web based with scheduled days on campus *Orientation on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:00 p.m. Course: 12UHOC7103 Dates: July 19, 2011 – November 2, 2011 Web based with scheduled days on campus *Orientation on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 5:00 p.m.
HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Dates: July 12, 2011 – June 15, 2012 Mon - Thurs | 5:00 - 10:00pm
IV THERAPY $465
Course: 11SCNE7200 Dates: March 8–May 31, 2011 Tues. | 5:00 – 10:00 p.m. Dates: June 14 – Sept 13, 2011 Tues. | 5:00 – 10:00 p.m.
American Sign Language for Healthcare Workers $125 Dates: March 19 – April 30, 2011 Saturday | 9:00-12:00pm Dates: May 7 – June 18, 2011 Saturday | 9:00-12:00pm
American Heart Association (AHA) BLS-Healthcare Provider Course
*All those employed in a hospital, home health, dental office. Students in Nursing, Dental, Medical school are required to have this Healthcare Provider CPR Certification. March 21 | Monday | 5:00 p.m. - Nursing Building May 25 | Wednesday | 9:00 a.m. - Public Safety Building June 13 | Monday | 5:00 p.m. - Nursing Building July 13 | Wednesday | 9:00 a.m. - Public Safety Building August 10 | Wednesday | 5:00 p.m. - Public Safety Building
Coming Soon, Dates to be announced: Medical Assisting Program Independent Provider Training Psychiatric Aide Program
Spanish for Healthcare Workers $125 Dates: March 24 – June 9, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00-8:45pm Dates: July 14 – Sept. 29, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00-8:45pm
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY $125 (book not incleded)
Course: 11SHOC7104 Dates: April 9 – June 11, 2011 Sat. | 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Course: 12UHIT6104 Dates: July 11 – Sept. 26, 2011 Mon. | 9:00 a.m. – 12:00p.m.
For more information or to request an application please call Lori Ludwig at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1219 or email email@example.com
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Health Information Technology
For more information or to request an application please call Lori Ludwig at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This 48-week (800 hours) program prepares individuals for management of patient health information. Individuals employed in related occupations work with health care records, payment history and delivery of services. Each student will receive a laptop (price is included in the program fees) to be used at school and at home, and the student may keep their computer upon successful completion of the program. Employment opportunities exist in health care facilities and medical offices. Curriculum areas include Keyboarding, Communications, Computer Applications, Medical Terminology, Basic Human Anatomy, Human Diseases and Conditions, Medical Law and Ethics, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding, Administrative Medical Office and Insurance Billing. Program prerequisites include computer literacy and keyboarding skills, and completion of Work Keys testing in applied mathematics (Level 4), reading for information (Level 5) and locating information (Level 5). Program admission requirements include a completed application with a $20 fee, submission of a high school transcript or GED, completed reference forms, BCI/FBI criminal records check and a two-step tuberculosis skin test. This program curriculum is approved by the National Health Career Association. Students successfully completing the program may take a national certification exam for Medical Transcriptionist, Medical Billing and Coding, and Medical Administrative Office certifications.
State-Tested Nurse Aide • Classes held at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and at our satellite sites in Marysville, Urbana and Kenton. • This 75- hour program, approved by the Ohio Department of Health, prepares individuals to function as a Nursing Assistant and to take the state examination. Nursing Assistants help to provide basic care related to the hygiene, grooming, mobility, and nutritional needs of patients. • Employment opportunities exist in extended care, acute care facilities, and in home health care agencies. • Pre-requisite: WorkKeys Assessment; a minimum score of a level 3 in applied mathematics, reading for information and locating information. • Participants must provide proof of a 2-step tuberculosis skin test prior to class participation, BCI/FBI criminal records check, and official high school or GED transcript. • Program components include academics, skills laboratory practice and clinical application. • State examinations are held at the career center following each scheduled class. Exam dates are to be announced.
Concurrent enrollment through Clark State Community College provides Health Information Technology students with 7 hours of college credit upon completing their program.
PRACTICAL NURSING at THE
NANCY J. KNIGHT SCHOOL OF NURSING ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS: * Age 18 or older * Application with official high school transcript or GED on file * Pass WorkKeys testing with Level 4 or above. Work Keys testing includes applied math, reading for information and locating information. Admissions are competitive based on overall application score, which includes WorkKeys scores. * Submit four references (after testing is complete) * Have an official State and Federal background check submitted directly to the program coordinator.
Approved by the Ohio Board of Regents and Ohio Board of Nursing, this 1440 clock hour program prepares graduates to pass the Board of Nursing NCLEX licensing exam and work as an LPN in a variety of health care settings. The Nancy J. Knight School of Nursing offers a day 44-week program at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. A 44-week program is also offered at our Urbana and Kenton sites. A 72-week dual enrollment PN to RN program with Clark State Community College is offered at our site in Marysville. Pre-requisite courses in Anatomy & Physiology and Computer Applications are required before the start of first quarter classes. There are different pre-requisite criteria for the dual enrollment. This criteria can be obtained from the program coordinator. Instruction includes concurrent clinical experience at area health facilities for Nursing Principles, MedicalSurgical Nursing, Maternal/Infant Health, Gerontology, Pediatric Nursing, IV Therapy, and Pharmacology. Additional coursework includes Nutrition, Microbiology, Mental Health & Illness and Growth and Development.
For more information or to request an application and testing registration packet, please call Amy Main at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1400 or email email@example.com
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COMPUTER CLASSES On a quarterly basis, OHP offers a variety of affordable part-time classes to enhance your computer skills and other areas of interest that are timely, developed based upon the current workforce demands and economic conditions and can assist you in refreshing or renewing your skills.
KEYBOARDING (LEARN TO TYPE) Course: 11KEYB1001 Dates: Apr. 12 – May 24, 2011 Tues. | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $75 Room: TBD
QUICKBOOKS 2011 Level 1
EXCEL 2010 – Level One
WORD 2010 – Certification Prep
Course: 11SMIS4253 Dates: April 4 – 25, 2011 Mon. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
Course: 11SMIS4274 Dates: April 4 – June 6, 2011 Mon. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 27 hrs. | $300 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
(Pre-requisite: Basic Computer Literacy or equivalent)
EXCEL 2010 – Level Two
WORD 2010 – Level One
EXCEL 2010 – Level Three
Course: 11SMIS4250 Dates: May 5 – May 26, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
Course: 11SMIS4254 Dates: May 2 – 23, 2011 Mon. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab Course: 11SMIS4255 Dates: June 9 – 30, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
OUTLOOK – Certification Prep (Includes two test vouchers)
Dates: April 7 – April 28, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
Course: 11SMIS4272 Dates: June 9 – July 28, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 21 hrs. | $225 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
BASIC COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
POWERPOINT 2010 – Certification Prep
(MICRO SOFT OFFICE 2010)
Course: 11SMIS4261 Dates: April 5 –May 17, 2011 Tues. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 21 hrs. $280 Room: AWE Laptop Lab
EXCEL 2010 – Certification Prep (Includes two test vouchers)
Course: 11SMIS4271 Dates: June 13 – Aug 1, 2011 Mon. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 27 hrs. | $300 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
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(Includes two test vouchers)
(Includes two test vouchers)
Course: 11SMIS4273 Dates: April 7 – May 19, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 27 hrs. | $300 Room: AWE Laptop Lab
POWERPOINT 2010 – Level One
(Pre-requisite: Basic Computer Applications or equivalent) Course: 12UMIS4258 Dates: April 20 - May 4, 2011 Wed. | 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. | 9 hrs. | $135 Room: AWE Laptop Lab
(Pre-requisite: Basic Computer Applications or equivalent)
WORD 2010 – Level Two
Course: 11SMIS4251 Dates: May 31 – June 21, 2011 Tues. | 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab
WORD 2010 – Level Three
Course: 12UMIS4252 Dates: July 12 – Aug. 2, 2011 Tues. | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: AWE Computer Training Lab ** Note: There will be no classes on Memorial Day, May 30 or during the week of July 4-7.
Whether you want a better job, a job period, want to strengthen your relationships, or start saving for that dream house, we’ll examine the different facets of our lives, why some people seem to get all the breaks, and how we can bring improvement into our lives. We’ll examine everything from career, education, faith, family, health, fitness, finance, relationships and more. Course: 11SENR8016 Dates: April 5 – April 26, 2011 Tues. | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | $30 Room: TBD
BASIC AUTO MAINTENANCE & SERVICE Course: 11SENR8015 Dates: April 5 – 26, 2011 Tues. | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. | 8 hrs. | $75 Room: 504
Interests SPECIAL INTERESTS
PIZZERIA PIZZA AT HOME (Taught by Michael Shepherd, 4 time World Pizza Champion) Students will learn the fundamentals of dough, sauce, cheeses, hand forming styles, baking techniques and how to toss like a pro! Course: 11SENR8008 Dates: Mar 15 & 17, 2011 Tues./Thurs. | 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. | 5 hrs. | $30 (supplies not included) Room: Kitchen Course: 11UENR8008 Dates: May 10 & 12, 2011 Tues./Thurs. | 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. | 5 hrs. | $30 (supplies not included) Room: Kitchen
Course: 11SMIS4263 Dates: May 2 – June 13, 2011 Mon. | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $180 Room: Adult Education Conference Room
(Complete your family tree) Course: 11SENR8003 Dates: May 18– June 22, 2011 Wed. | 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. | 9 hrs. | $60 Room: TBD
COMING THIS SPRING!! * Intro To The iPad – Learn How To Use Apple’s Popular Tablet! * Barbecue Grilling – Backyard Grilling Like A Pro!
Course: 11SENR8001 Dates: Apr. 14 – May 26, 2011 Thurs. | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. | $75 Room: Kitchen Dates: June 14-30, 2011 Tues./Thurs. | 10:00 a.m – 12:00 p.m. | 12 hrs. Room: Kitchen
(STUDY OF BIRDS) Course: 11SENR8013 Dates: May 2 – 16, 2011 Mon. | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. | 6hrs. | $40 Room: TBD
From Here, You Can See Tomorrow
For information contact: Joan Manns (937) 599-3010, ext. 1208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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COLLEGE PATHWAYS Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Adult & Continuing Education has built strong relationships with colleges and universities throughout the state of Ohio in order to allow our students to create easy transitions into college. Articulation agreements have been established with two-year and four-year colleges and universities through memorandums of understanding with the following: Rhodes State College, Clark State Community College, Franklin University, Urbana University. Two branch campuses are located at OHP’s Bellefontaine Campus—Clark State Community College and Urbana University. For more information on opportunities to take college coursework at these locations contact: Mahdi Wade, Clark State 937.328.7967 or email email@example.com Peggy Harper, Urbana University 937.484.1363 COLLEGE PATHWAYS
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is now under the Ohio Board of Regents and University System of Ohio, giving students more opportunities!
Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT₂) As Ohio secondary and adult career-technical students seek higher education, the CareerTechnical Credit Transfer (CT2) initiative allows for approved technical coursework to be transferred to state 2 and 4 year institutions of learning for college credit. • Take equivalent technical courses anywhere within the public educational system. • Obtain technical credits (upon enrollment in higher education) without unnecessary duplication or institutional barriers. • Attain their highest educational aspirations in the most efficient and effective manner as a result of clear and consistent standards. http://regents.ohio.gov/careertechtransfer/ approved-programs-courses/index.php
COLLEGE CREDIT Ohio Hi-Point Career Center has articulated their career development programs with 2-year and 4-year colleges and universities through memorandums of understanding with the following: James A. Rhodes State College Clark State Community College Franklin University Urbana University Call today for information regarding what credit will be awarded upon transfer to one of the above.
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Each program and class has a minimum and maximum number of participants permitted. Classes will be cancelled and registration fees returned in full if the minimum number of tuition-paying students is not reached.
Some programs have fees associated with enrollment. All fees are noted in this catalog next to each class or program information. You should check with Student Services or program instructors for a complete listing of fees.
Financial Aid Specific Points
The purpose of financial aid is to supplement your and your family’s contributions toward your cost of education. Financial aid is offered to all eligible full-time adult students. Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s primary financial aid options include: Grants – Federal Pell Grant. Gift aid awarded on need-based eligibility criteria. Loans – Federal Direct Loans. Federal dollars borrowed directly from the federal government through the school. This loan represents debts that must be repaid. There are two different types of
Federal Direct Loans available for students, which include the Stafford Loan and the Plus Loan. The subsidized Stafford Loan is based on financial need, while the unsubsidized Stafford Loan is based on the student’s willingness to borrow funds to pay their college expenses. The Parent Plus Loan is for parents of undergraduate students borrowing to help pay their child’s education expenses. Other aid – Local agency funding such as offered through the WIA (Job and Family Services) offices, Veterans Assistance, and Trade Adjustment Act. Apply at local offices.
To apply for Department of Education financial aid programs, complete the U.S. Department of Education’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Application can be made on the Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov or through the financial aid office. You and your parent (if applicable) should also get a Personal Identification Number (PIN) from the Dept. of Education to electronically sign your FAFSA. If you are interested in Federal Loans, you will need to sign a Master Promissory Note at www.studentloans.gov.
To receive financial aid you must:
• Be a U.S. citizen, or an eligible non-citizen • Be enrolled in a full-time program • Have a valid Social Security number • Make satisfactory academic progress • Register with the Selective Service, if applicable • Not be in default on any federal loans or grants
Our Student Services office is here to assist those who are considering enrollment in one of our programs. The office will work closely with you during the enrollment process to understand your career and college options, admission requirements and financial aid possibilities.
For additional information or to receive a financial aid package contact: Michelle Rutledge, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center, 2280 State Route 540, Bellefontaine, OH 43311, 937-599-3010 ext. 1209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the policy of the Ohio Hi-Point Joint Vocational School District that educational activities, employment practices, programs and services are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, ancestry, gender, religion, disability or age.
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ADULT EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE & CAREER DEVELOPMENT Thursday, April 14, 2011 4 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Bellefontaine campus
Explore adult learning opportunities Discover college and career pathways and financial aid assistance Attend mini-workshops for adult learners Sample slices of pizza from local pizzerias and vote for the best
SLICE OF OHIO HI-POINT
Ohio Hi-Point Career Center now offers
online classes through ed2go! We now offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you. In today’s fast-paced world, many of us find it difficult to take time away from work and family to attend school. One of the primary advantages of our Internet workshops is that you can “attend class” in the comfort and convenience of your own home and office. All you have to do is log into your online classroom when you are ready to read your lessons, complete your quizzes and assignments, or communicate with your instructor and fellow students. Our Internet courses fit into your schedule: you can take them before breakfast, during lunch, late at night, or at any other time you find convenient--the choice is yours! Classes are offered in popular subjects such as: • Accounting • Business and Management • Education
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Health Care Legal Sales and Marketing Starting Your Own Business Writing and Publishing Computer Applications Basic Computer Literacy Web and Computer Programming Graphic Design PC Networking and Security Personal Enrichment Digital Photography Personal Finance Health and Wellness Job Searching Languages Test Preparation And many more!
Classes are generally made up of 12 sessions over 6 weeks, with quizzes, assignments, and tests scheduled throughout the course. Classes are affordable at only $99.00 each!
ready to explore our catalog?
Just log onto www.ed2go.com/ohiohipoint for more information or to enroll.
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REGISTRATION To register you must be 18 years of age or older and have either graduated from high school or received a GED.
REGISTRATION IS EASY Classes fill quickly â€” register early. There are six different ways you can register. You may register as soon as you receive this brochure.
You can register anytime: On-Line: www.ohiohipoint.com E-Mail: email@example.com with registration information FAX: Transmit a completed registration by dialing (937) 592-0442.
Walk-in: Ohio Hi-Point Career Center, Adult Resource Center, 2280 St. Rt. 540, Bellefontaine, OH 43311. The adult office is open for walk-in registration, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., and from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Mail in: Send the registration form located below to Ohio Hi-Point Career Center, 2280 St. Rt. 540, Bellefontaine, OH 43311-9594. The Adult Education office will be closed on the following dates: March 28-April 1, 2011 â€“ Spring Break NO CLASSES WILL BE HELD THE WEEK OF JULY 4th-8th.
Phone-in registration: Phone in registrations (937) 599-3010 are accepted from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Friday.
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ADULT REGISTRATION FORM NAME:__________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS CITY ZIP PHONE: _________________________________________________________________________________ HOME BUSINESS COURSE TITLE:____________________________________________________________________________ COURSE TITLE:____________________________________________________________________________ Mail to: Adult Education, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center 2280 St. Rt. 540, Bellefontaine, OH 43311-9594 MASTERCARD, VISA, DISCOVER & AMERICAN EXPRESS ACCEPTED It is the policy of the Ohio Hi-Point Joint Vocational School District that educational activities, employment practices, programs and services are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, ancestry, gender, religion, disability or age. REGISTER ONLINE! YOU CAN REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES AND PAY AT OHIOHIPOINT.COM
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RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is offering new training in Renewable Energy!
Photovoltaic Maintenance and Troubleshooting
40 Hours, Urbana, Ohio â€“ Dates TBD This five-day course covers the basic properties of electricity, characteristics, maintenance and troubleshooting of photovoltaic (PV) systems and PV theory. (Includes the eight hour on-line Solar Concept training listed below.)
Coming Soon! On-the-Job Training Workshop.
This workshop will provide your subject matter experts with the tools and skills necessary to transfer their knowledge and work experience to others in the organization.
6 Hours (online) In this six hour on-line course, students will learn about wind power systems and the wind power industry, wind turbine production, aerodynamics and power ratings wind turbine capacity, availability, wind resource measurement and plant economics.
For more information please contact: Mark Curtner (937) 599-3010, ext. 1422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeniffer Brubaker at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1224 or email email@example.com
8 Hours (online) In this eight hour on-line course, students will learn about solar energy systems including AC and DC photovoltaic systems and solar thermal systems, the solar industry, solar radiation fundamentals and sun path characteristics.
For more information call or email: Jeniffer Brubaker at (937) 599-3010, ext. 1224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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