Providing you with what you need to succeed.
C-TEC is more than just an outstanding educational resource in Licking County. Our dedicated instructors and counselors are here to provide you with the guidance, coaching and training you need for success in the real world.
We understand what it’s like to head into the competitive job market for the first time; or take on new responsibilities at work; or even the intimidation of completing your GED®. What it comes down to is we understand people and we understand education. Together, that spells success. Let us help you make it happen!
Learning Disabilities and Admission
Students with significant and documented learning disabilities may be admitted on the basis of a post-high-school Individual Education Plan (IEP). The IEP establishes a viable set of occupational goals and the competencies the student will be expected to achieve during his/her training in order to meet those occupational goals. The student will be evaluated on the basis of the IEP, not the goals set for the training program. An IEP is arranged in a meeting of the assessment coordinator, instructor, program supervisor, student, and any representative the student desires.
The following free classes are offered:
- Reading skills
- Math skills
- GED preparation
- English Skills for Other Languages (ESOL)
- WorkKeys Prepartion
Career Counseling & Advising Services
C-TEC’s Career Counselors provide career advising and counseling services to the community. By reviewing a person's education level, work history, personality, interests and skills, they suggest careers that match his or her background and abilities. A Career Counselor’s goal is to match people with jobs that will give them the greatest balance of financial payoff and job satisfaction. They can help you understand salary expectations for selected careers. In addition, they can review the local, regional, and national employment needs as well as current/future demand occupational trends. Contact Anne Bowman at (740) 364-2267 to schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor.
Our Career Counselors help a wide variety of people with different needs. Are you...
- Losing a job or anticipating a job loss?
- Between jobs or dissatisfied with your current job?
- Needing Career or Job Coaching advice to improve your current career path?
- Newly entering the workforce?
- Re-entering the workforce after an absence?
- Deciding on further education options?
Testing services available to students, public, and local employers. If you do not see a test you need listed below, call Anne Bowman at (740) 364-2267 to inquire if this test is offered at C-TEC.
WorkKeys: Weekly test sessions for pre-enrollment in C-TEC classes and pre-employment testing offered for local employers.
National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC): Complete the WorkKeys Foundational Assessments and receive this tiered, portable credential to distinguish yourself with employers.
Certified/Licensure Testing: Authorized testing center for PearsonVUE (CompTIA, Evaluation Systems CCIS, GED Testing), Castle Systems, Certiport (IC3, MOS, MTA), ETS ParaPro, NCCT, ETA, and State Fire Testing.
Where to learn more and how to start my GED?
- Go to http://www.ged.com to begin the GED testing process. Register at this site, schedule the test, pay for the test, get results of the test, etc. on this website.
- GED test only available on computer. No paper test available.
- Four GED test subject areas can be scheduled on separate days, which we highly recommend, or all on the same day.
- Four content areas total 8 ¼ hours (timing as follows)
1. Reasoning through Language Arts (RLA) (150 minutes –includes 10 min break)
2. Mathematical Reasoning (115 minutes)
3. Science (90 minutes)
4. Social Studies (90 minutes)
- Each of the four content areas has a passing required score of 150 & a total score of 600.
- Retakes are permitted for each content area if the student does not achieve the passing score. They cost $10 per test section. Two retakes are permitted before a 60-day waiting period must be observed, if necessary.
- As of 7/1/15, costs for the GED will be $120.00 total or $30.00 for each of four (4) sections. Test fees are paid online with a credit/debit card at www.ged.com, not at the testing center.
GED prep information: Call (740) 364-2263.
Contact: Erin Wheeler Adult Basic and Literacy Education Coordinator
(740) 364-2263 for more information.
Open the door to multiple avenues of bettering yourself and your financial potential. If you are interested in taking full-time classes here at C-TEC or other post-secondary institutions, you will need to have you high school diploma or Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma. Need help preparing to take the GED test? We offer several course options and guidance to get you on your path to success.
Although the GED Test is intended for adults 19 years old or older, waivers of the age requirement are available in Ohio if the applicant is between 16 and 18 years old and not enrolled in a high school program.
In addition to GED readiness, we offer the opportunity for you to prepare for: college placement exams, college level coursework, workplace credentialing, and Work Keys testing.
Comprehensive education of the four GED testing subjects (Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies)
Basic Computer Skills tutoring and experience gained for the new computer-based GED exam.
The ESOL course is to for those individuals wanting to gain a better understanding of reading, writing, listening, and speaking in English.
Citizenship test preparation is available for those seeking to obtain citizenship.
Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma (upon successfully passing exams)
Total Program Cost:
ABLE/GED classes cost: FREE
GED Exams: Each Section $ 30. Each of the four sections is individually taken. Total for all four sections $ 120.
Start Dates (Must first attend orientation)
Please call 740-364-2263 or 740-364-2333 to schedule orientation; or to get other information.
CTEC GED class: Monday-Thursday 10:00 AM-12:30 PM or 5:30 PM-8:00 PM
CTEC ESOL class: Monday & Wednesday 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Day Reporting Center Monday & Wednesday 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
(40 West Main St (lower level) Newark)