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Full-Time Programs

Full-Time Programs

Great Oaks Adult Career Training 2016

Prepare for high demand careers with Great Oaks full-time programs!

Attend an information session at Scarlet Oaks (a requirement for full-time programs). You will receive information about enrollment, take a tour, discuss the required entrance test, and receive general financial aid information. No reservation necessary; please arrive 15 minutes early.

Click here for dates and times for all full-time programs with the exception of Police Academy. For Police Academy contact Commander Michael Wright at 513.612.5763 or wrightm@greatoaks.com.

For more information call us at 513.771.8881 or click here.

Full-time programs--financial aid is available to those who qualify. Click here for information.

Gainful Employment Disclosure: Please click here for information about tuition/fees, median loan debt and graduation/placement rates of students who completed these programs.

Auto Collision
Automotive Service Technology
CNC Manufacturing
Construction Technologies
Dental Assisting
Electro – Mechanical Maintenance Technology
Fire & Emergency Medical Rescue Academy
Heating/Ventilating & Air Conditioning
Heavy Equipment Operations & Engineering
Industrial Diesel Mechanics
Medical Office Specialist, Billing and Coding
Police Academy
Welding Technician

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