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Career Development Programs

Career Development Programs

Not sure what career is right for you? Feel free to contact us at [email protected] or (440) 774-1051 Ext. 22254 for assistance with your career exploration!    
 
For the 2020-2021 year, we are pleased to provide 10 Career Development Programs. These programs are designed to educate students for the purpose of job entry or career advancement.  The links below provide a full program description:    

Admission to educational programs accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) are open to students 18 years or older who hold a high school diploma or GED and are looking to enter or re-enter the workforce or start a new career. These requirements may be waived if the student is enrolling in a specially designated program such as the Adult Diploma Program (ADP) or programs designed to enhance a high school students’ credential attainment. All exceptions may require proper documentation and prior administrative approval.

Our Career Development Programs include placement assistance and employability skills training provided by Career Services. An ongoing database of available employment opportunities is maintained and made available to all job seekers. Job seekers are directed to potential employment opportunities based on their skills, training and experience.

Students must provide their own hand tools when necessary. Various tests for certification are important to document the skills an individual has mastered. Certification is frequently required for many jobs especially higher paying positions. Some certification tests are part of the curriculum, advanced testing may require additional costs.    
 
Approvals and Accreditation
The Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education.  As a Career and Technical School District, all JVS Career Development programs are approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education. The Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center is a proud member of the University Systems of Ohio and is an Ohio Technical Center.  The school is governed by a local board of education made up of members appointed from area school districts and local business and industry.

Program Resources

Program Media Resources
Basic Software: Adobe Creative Suite, Cloud, Chrome, and Firefox. ESET Antivirus, Office 2016/2019. Windows 10 Education. Auto Desk Inventor.  Solid Works. Fusion 360.
 
Additional Individual Program Media Resources

Cosmetologist/Esthetician/Manicurists

Phlebotomy & STNA

  • Nursing Assisting Video Series, 3rd Edition Delmar Publishers
  • Instructor prepared power-point presentations for most content areas
  • Smart Board
  • Throughout the Paradigm MSO textbooks, assessment assignments require students to use the internet to conduct research using internet search engines to locate information.
  • Multiple websites are available for student use and may be assigned. These websites are located in student textbooks for every program.
  • Tabor’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (classroom copies)
  • Physician Desk Reference (classroom copies)
  • Nursing Drug Handbook (sample copies) Govoni and Hayes Drugs and Nursing Implications
  • International Classification of Diseases-9th Edition-Clinical Modifications (classroom copies)
  • Current Procedural Terminology (classroom copies)
  • Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System (classroom copies)
  • Elsevier Power Point
  • On-line references (various content-area specific supplemental information) to facilitate learning including but not limited to:
Welding 
  • Canvas
  • Tooling U.
Precision Machine Technology
  • Fusion 360
  • Cura (3D Printer)
  • Tooling U.
  • Machinery Handbook 30th Edition
  • 30th Edition Guide to Machinery's Handbook

Public Library Sytems 

For Medical information research, use the online catalog and databases. At the library web page, go to the Online Catalog (This will take you to CLEVENET Libraries Databases to search an alphabetical listing of databases for research assignments). 

Information Session Details


The first step of the enrollment process for our Career Development Programs is to attend an information session.  These sessions may be virtual or in-person.  Click below to see the important documents that will be reviewed during the session. 
 
 
 
Click below to sign up for an information session.
 

Funding Options


Click HERE to review the different options available to pay for our career development programs.
 
 
 
 
The Lorain County Joint Vocational School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. © 2020. The Lorain County Joint Vocational School District. All Rights Reserved.