UC Clermont

Workforce Training and WIOA

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UC Clermont and the EXCITE Center provide workforce training for individuals and businesses.

Through employee training, custom programs, boot camps and community service programs, we are dedicated to upskilling, training and developing knowledgeable and talented employees for our region.

WIOA

UC Clermont offers many short-term academic programs leading to national career certifications and associate degrees that have been approved for Ohio’s WIET (Workforce Inventory of Education and Training).

UC Clermont is approved by the local Workforce Investment Board and Ohio Department of Job & Family Services to provide education and training that is funded through WIOA to assist qualifying individuals in gaining meaningful employment. More information about the WIET system can be found online.

To find out if you qualify for these courses and the state funding, contact your local Ohio Means Jobs Center. Additional information and links to other related services at OhioMeansJobs.com.

Approved programs offered by UC Clermont include a variety of in-demand health care and computer technology courses, and the list is continually expanding. The current list includes:

UC Clermont Programs Approved for Ohio WIET
Program Name Attainment Type Length of Program Full Online?
Accounting Technology associate degree 2 years YES
Accounting Technology industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year  
Applied Administration bachelor's degree 2 years YES
Business Information Technology associate degree 2 years YES
Business Management Technology associate degree 2 years  
Cancer Registry Management industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year YES
Criminal Justice Technology associate degree 2 years  
Digital Media associate degree 2 years  
Financial Management Technology associate degree 2 years  
Health Information Systems associate degree 2 years YES
Healthcare Management associate degree 2 years  
Healthcare Privacy & Security industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year YES
Information Technology industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year  
Information Technology associate degree 2 years  
Manufacturing Engineering Technology associate degree 2 years  
Marketing Management Technology associate degree 2 years  
Medical Assisting industry-recognized certificate/credential 1.5 years  
Medical Biller/Coder industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year YES
Paralegal Studies industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year  
Paralegal Studies associate degree 2 years  
Physician Practice Management industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year YES
Respiratory Care associate degree 2 years  
Software Productivity II industry-recognized certificate/credential 1 year YES
Surgical Technology associate degree 2 years  
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Short-Term Certificate Grant

The UC Clermont Certificate Grant program provides eligible students with grants of up to $2,000 to cover tuition and fees for qualified short-term certificate programs.

  • Short-term certificate programs typically take less than one year to complete.

  • Short-term certificate programs provide skills needed to get started in a new career or earn a promotion.

Who is Eligible?

  • You must be an Ohio resident.

  • You must meet qualifications for financial need.
  • You must be 25 years of age or older for the Medical Biller/Coder, Physician Practice Management, Cancer Registry Management and Software Productivity certificates. There is no age requirement for Accounting Technology, Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) or Computer-Aided Design (CAD).

Qualifying Certificates

Accounting Technology
CAD (available Summer 2021)
CAM (available Summer 2021)

Medical Biller/Coder
Physician Practice Management 
Cancer Registry Management
Software Productivity II

If you are interested in applying for the Short-Term Certificate Grant program, please contact Glenda Neff for an application.