Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to gain admission:
Complete all registration form(s).
Make full or initial tuition payment (if applicable) or have documentation that provides evidence that tuition is covered through a sponsoring agency.
Evidence of High School Diploma or High School Equivalency or enrolled in Ohio's Adult Diploma Program.
Pass prerequisite class (if applicable).
Individual programs may have additional enrollment requirements (in addition to those listed above).
For specific program requirements and policies please contact the
Adult Education office at (740) 289-2282 or (740) 289-4172.
The Pike County CTC Adult Education staff will help you
through the admissions process.
The student must meet the minimum required academic achievement
specific to their particular area of study, attend a minimum of 90% of the class meetings, and be free of all financial obligations to the school.
The school reserves the right to cancel or postpone a program’s start date.
In the rare event of a complete course/program cancellation, a full refund
will be issued.
WIOA Contact Information
Students may seek a Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA) grant to assist in the payment of tuition and costs. Contact your local WIOA agency to obtain more information concerning the WIOA application process.
Local WIOA Offices:
Pike County: (740) 289-2371
Jackson County: (740) 286-4181
Ross County: (866) 779-2946 Toll Free
Scioto County: (740) 354-4531
Adams/Brown: (800) 233-7891 Toll Free
A 100% refund will be administered if a student withdraws within the first week of the class. Once a student has attended one week of class, no refunds will be administered.
The Pike County Joint Vocational School District does not discriminate in providing educational opportunities to students of any race, color, sex, religion or ethnic origin. Further, the Pike County Joint Vocational School District complies with Title IX of the Educational Amendments and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
The Pike County Joint Vocational School District has a grievance procedure for those individuals who believe that their civil rights have been violated by the district or its personnel. The appropriate contact person is Brandi King at 740-289-2721 or Jamie Bond at 740-289-2721. Students, staff, and parents may reach them during school hours.
It is not necessary to contact Brandi King about any violation or follow the district’s grievance procedure. Any violation may be reported directly to:
US Department of Education
Office of Civil Rights
600 Superior Avenue East
Suite 750 Bank One Center
Cleveland OH 44104-2611
The Pike CTC, Adult Workforce Education, prepares students for the following careers:
Emergency Medical Technician
CIP Codes and Links of Careers
51.0801 Medical Assistant
51.3902 Nursing Assistant
51.0904 Emergency Medical Technician