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Employer Services

Employer Services

Employers are important to Great Oaks! We welcome your participation in our programs and support of our students. We also offer a wide range of training services for employers.

The Great Oaks Placement Center helps employers find qualified graduates, and helps students and alumni find careers that match their skills.

For more information, contact us at 513.612.3642.

Student Warranty

Just as the employer's reputation and ultimate success are built on the quality of the products and services provided to their customers, Great Oaks' reputation depends on the excellence of our programs and the on-the-job performance of our graduates. And just as highly reputable companies stand behind their products, we have so much confidence in the quality of our programs and the abilities of our graduates that we are willing to be accountable to the employers we serve.

We make the following pledge to our student's employer:

"Great Oaks graduates hired by your company through the campus placement program will perform satisfactorily in the guaranteed competency areas certified in their Career Passport. If at any time during the first year on the job, the employee fails to perform satisfactorily in any of the guaranteed competency areas, we will retrain the employee at no cost to you."

Employers are formally enrolled in the Warranty Program at the conclusion of the school year by completing the Warranty Program Certificate.

 

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