Career Technical Education & Ohio Technical Centers
Ohio offers many career technical options that prepare students for the world of work. There are a variety of choices in training programs, and many of them not only prepare students to enter into a career but also prepare them to transition to college degree programs.
Career-Technical Education is available to all public high school students in the state of Ohio. These programs can help to prepare participants for their career in construction while still in high school. To find out more about the career technical education that your school district offers please visit the Ohio Higher Ed Website.
Career-Technical Education programs are available to high school graduates and adult learners as well. Programs vary on the time required to complete, normally 3 to 18 months. Participants are able to start their career sooner due to the education being shorter than traditional college and university degree programs. Below are links to programs at Ohio Technical Centers from around the state, grouped by region.