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Great Oaks offers final information sessions for fall adult career training programs

Area adults can receive professional certification and start a new career in just 11 months—but the time to decide is soon.  Information sessions for fall programs at Great Oaks will be held on July 13 and 18.

Now is the time to plan a new career in construction, heavy equipment operations, medical office management, welding, dental assisting, and other fields. Programs for industry certification in more than a dozen occupations begin at Great Oaks Career Campuses in August, and can be completed by June.

Programs at Great Oaks lead to jobs, too. “At our most recent graduation, more than 80% of our students had secured new jobs before they even walked across the stage,” said Gittinger. Great Oaks students can also earn college credit through the Ohio Transfer to Degree Guarantee.

The last opportunities to begin the enrollment process are Thursday, July 13 at 3:00 pm and
Tuesday, July 18 at 3:00 pm. At each session, one person will be chosen to receive free Workkeys testing (a $50 value).

The one-hour session is intended for adult students interested in Auto Collision Technology, Automotive Service Technology, Construction Technologies, Dental Assisting, Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technology, Fire and Emergency Rescue Academy, Heating Ventilating and Air-Conditioning, Heavy Equipment Operations and Engineering, Industrial Diesel Mechanics, Medical Office Specialist, and Welding Technician.

Topics covered include program information, job placement assistance, financial aid, online access for test preparation, and a program tour. All sessions are held at the Scarlet Oaks Career Campus, 3254 E. Kemper Road, Sharonville. No reservations are needed.

Most programs meet in the evening and can be completed in 45 weeks. Financial aid is available for full-time programs.

For more information, call 513.612.5790 or visit adults.greatoaks.com.

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