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Full-Time Program Registration Procedure

Enrollments for all full-time programs are processed through the Adult Workforce Development Center Student Services Office located at 4300 Amalgamated Place (Groveport, Ohio).  Individuals seeking enrollment are required to complete the following items prior to the class start date.  All admission steps must be completed by the deadline communicated by the Student Services Office to secure your seat in class.

STEP 1
Create a student profile. Click here to begin.

STEP 2
Create an Ohio Means Jobs account. Click here to begin.

STEP 3
For individuals seeking Federal Student Aid (FSA), file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Use the federal school code, #016975. Click here to file your FAFSA form.

STEP 4
Schedule an appointment to meet with the Student Services Office.

614.836.4541, ext. 1537
dfisher@efcts.us

STEP 5
Submit a registration form along with a $50 non-refundable registration fee. Registration forms will be made available during your appointment with Student Services.

STEP 6
Provide a high school diploma or official transcript, or GED/high school equivalency certificate (documents provided in a language other than English should be translated to English); homeschooled students must contact the Student Services Office for instructions on required documentation.

STEP 7

Dental Assisting, Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Medical Assisting (only)

Provide proof of required vaccinations/immunizations and TB test results

LPN (only)

Provide proof of State Tested Nurse Assistant/Aide (STNA) certification (or an equivalent credential, see LPN page for more information)

STEP 8
Undergo a BCI background check at the Adult Workforce Development Center (Basic Police Officer Training [BPOT] registrants will receive separate background check instructions)

STEP 9
Schedule and complete WorkKeys assessment testing with a minimum score of three (3) in Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents (Licensed Practical Nurse: ATI-TEAS test required for admission with a minimum score of fifty (50), in place of WorkKeys assessment testing)

STEP 10
Secure funding and complete payment

  • FAFSA applicants: complete all applicable requirements for Title IV FSA funding

  • Self-pay: provide a down payment for tuition and fees, plus optional school-provided books and supplies

  • Third-party funding sources: provide supporting documentation

STEP 11
Attend a mandatory new student orientation

** Admission to the BPOT program requires additional procedures.  Information is provided by the Student Services Office upon request and at the time of registration.

Short-Term Course Registration Procedure

STEP 1
Create a student profile. Click here to begin.

STEP 2
While logged into your student profile, navigate under the “Courses” menu, select your class, then provide payment in full using a Visa or MasterCard.

You may also register in person at the Adult Workforce Development Center and use Visa, MasterCard, cash, check, money order, or provide appropriate third-party documentation.

Some courses have additional requirements. Contact our Student Services Office at (614) 836-4541 or visit the specific course webpage for all requirements.

STEP 3
Create an Ohio Means Jobs account. Click here to begin.

Admission Requirements

Full-Time Program

All individuals eighteen (18) years of age or older are eligible to enroll in adult education classes.  All individuals twenty-one (21) years of age or older are eligible to enroll in the Basic Police Officer Training program.

 A student must meet one of the following high school completion classifications to be accepted:

  1. Diploma - A student who has completed High School and has been awarded a High School Diploma, or...

  2. High School Equivalency Diploma - a student who is out of school and attained the High School Equivalence Diploma, or

  3. Current High School Student – with senior status based on earned graduation credits

The following special circumstances may allow for individuals under the age of 18 to enroll in some full-time programs:

  • Individuals under 18, who are not yet high school graduates, may participate with permission of their parent/guardian, and high school principal, or the Superintendent/CEO.

  • Individuals under the age of 18 who have obtained a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate should contact the Student Services Office at (614) 836-4541 for more information on the admission age requirement. 

Short Term Courses

Applicants seeking enrollment in short-term courses:

  • must be at least 18 years of age

  • cannot be enrolled in high school

The following special circumstances may allow for individuals under the age of 18 to enroll in some short-term courses.

  • Individuals under 18, who are not yet high school graduates, may participate with permission of their parent/guardian, and high school principal, or the Superintendent/CEO.  Individuals must be a current high school student – with senior status based on earned graduation credits.

  • Individuals under the age of 18 who have obtained a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate should contact the Student Services Office at (614) 836-4541 for more information on the admission age requirement.

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