Career Programs & Certifications

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    All Career & Technical Education courses can be considered Career Pathway Coursework and help students develop technical and 21st century skills in one of the seven Career Pathways recognized in the State of Illinois.  Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Arts and Communication; Finance and Business Services; Health Science and Technology; Human and Public Services; Information Technology; and Manufacturing, Engineering, and Trades.  Some CTE courses provide an opportunity to earn either Industry-Recognized Certification or Dual Credit with Oakton Community College.
     
     

    Industry-Recognized Certifications by Course


    Industry-Recognized Certification

    ETHS Course

    Pharmacy Technician

    Practicum: Health Sciences (Pharmacy Tech option)

    Gateways to Opportunity Level 1 Early Care and Education (ECE)

    Introduction to Child Development

    Serv Safe Food Handler 

    2 Culinary (A or B)

    Serv Safe Food Manager

    3 Culinary (A or B)

    OSHA 10 hour Safety

    Geometry in Construction

    Automotive Service Excellence Student Certification (Brakes)

    2 Automotive Technology

    Various IT Certifications

    Info Tech Internship


    Dual Credit with Oakton Community College


    Project Lead the Way Course

    Oakton Community College Course

    IED

    Introduction to Engineering Design

    CAD-105

    Industrial Design Engineering

    3 credits

    POE

    Principles of Engineering

    CAD-210

    Industrial Design Engineering Techniques

    4 credits

    CEA

    Civil Engineering and Architecture

    CAD-220

    CAD Introduction to Building Systems - Revit

    4 credits

    CIM

    Computer Integrated Manufacturing

    MFG-111

    Intro to Manufacturing Automation Systems

    3 credits