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COTC offers free virtual training for local employers

COTC offers free virtual training for local employers

| May 19, 2020

The Workforce Development Innovation Center (WDIC) at Central Ohio Technical College is offering several free online training sessions through live interactive sessions via Zoom. Lean Processes for Every Work Environment — This two-hour session highlights important efficiency concepts for optimizing processes regardless of industry or work setting. This training is ideal for those looking to […]

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Free emergency medical technician basic certificate available at COTC Coshocton

Free emergency medical technician basic certificate available at COTC Coshocton

| April 9, 2020

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is bringing the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic Certificate to the Coshocton campus this fall. This certificate course can be completed in just 15 weeks. It will be offered at COTC’s Coshocton campus during the autumn semester beginning Tuesday, Aug. 25 and ending Sunday, Dec. 13. Classes are on Monday […]

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COTC removes barriers to summer and fall enrollment

COTC removes barriers to summer and fall enrollment

| April 2, 2020

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is eliminating enrollment barriers for community members who want to get onto a career path now. The college has temporarily modified its admissions policy to “test optional” through autumn 2020 to allow all who want to take advantage of COTC’s career training and upskilling opportunities to enroll without delay. With […]

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Ohio State Newark/COTC cancel all events for remainder of semester

Ohio State Newark/COTC cancel all events for remainder of semester

| March 17, 2020

Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s most recent recommendation to limit or cancel all gatherings, Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) and The Ohio State University at Newark have cancelled all student and public events scheduled for the remainder of the semester (which concludes on May 1). This includes: All COTC events scheduled to […]

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COTC canceling face-to-face classes

COTC canceling face-to-face classes

| March 11, 2020

Central Ohio Technical College has been closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continue to align its procedures to follow the guidelines from local, state and federal officials, and medical experts. “I convened a meeting of the college’s senior leadership to formalize the college’s preparations and response,” said John M. Berry, PhD, COTC president. “While […]

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COTC holding College Credit Plus information nights

COTC holding College Credit Plus information nights

| February 19, 2020

Parents and students are invited to learn how high school and middle school students can enroll in college for free by attending one of Central Ohio Technical College’s upcoming College Credit Plus information nights. Topics to be covered include pros and cons of CCP, GPA, course placement, testing, athletic eligibility, high school graduation and college […]

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COTC offering free technical training

COTC offering free technical training

| February 17, 2020

Learn more about receiving free technical skills training through the Advancing Coshocton through Technical Training program at COTC. Free training is available through the following courses: Computer Applications – Feb. 24; Lean Processes Intro – March 3; Lean/Six Sigma White Belt – March 19; Lean/Six Sigma Champion for Mangers/Directors – March 24 and March 26; […]

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Still time to register for COTC’s manufacturing and technology camp

Still time to register for COTC’s manufacturing and technology camp

| June 3, 2019

COSHOCTON – There’s still time for rising sixth through ninth grade students from Coshocton County to register for Central Ohio Technical College’s (COTC) Manufacturing and Technology Camp, which will be held June 24-28, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily at the COTC Coshocton campus, 200 N. Whitewoman St. Cost is $20 per student. Need-based scholarships […]

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