Clerical Skills Training in Cincinnati, Ohio with School Info

Research clerical skills training in Cincinnati, Ohio, which currently has several schools within roughly 30 miles of the downtown offering programs. Read an overview of programs, admission info and program requirements for three Cincinnati, OH, schools and decide which program is right for you.

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Schools that Provide Clerical Training

In Cincinnati, Ohio, clerical students can find programs at two career centers and a technical college. Continue reading to learn more about the course topics and learning outcomes at the three featured schools, and use the comparison table to find out what to expect in terms of program costs and potential for financial aid. The name of one other school option can be found after the table.

  • Cincinnati State Technical and Community College is a large school located less than five miles from the downtown. It offers two associate's degree programs that help students acquire the clerical skills needed to work in an office.
  • Located about 32 miles from downtown Cincinnati, Warren County Career Center has a certification program for business professionals that emphasizes business etiquette, customer service and communication.
  • The Grant Career Center, located 29 miles from downtown Cincinnati, provides students with training in the use of computers and the related software associated with office procedures.

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Comparison of Schools

Each of the profiled schools is a public institution with affordable tuition rates and opportunities for financial aid. All applicants are welcome; retention rates at the two career centers were particularly high in 2011.

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Warren County Career Center Grant Career Center
School Type 2-year, public 2-year, public <2-year, public
Total Enrollment (2017)* 8,807 198 33
Campus Setting Large city Fringe rural Fringe town
Tuition & Fees (2017-2018) $3,825 in-state tuition; $7,393 out-of-state tuition* $350** Not available
% of First-Year Students Receiving Some Form of Aid (2016-2017)* 71% 75% 100%
Acceptance Rate (2017)* N/A - open admissions N/A - open admissions N/A - open admissions
Retention Rate (2017)* 47% full-time; 42% part-time 79% full-time; 77% part-time 100% full-time; 100% part-time
Graduation Rate (for students who started studies in fall 2014 and graduated within 150% of normal completion time)* 15% graduation rate 75% graduation rate 100% graduation rate

Sources: *National Center for Education Statistics, **Warren County Career Center

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

Cincinnati State started out as the Cincinnati Cooperative School of Technology in 1966. It now offers over 100 certificate and associate's degree programs in areas such as business, information and engineering technologies; the sciences and humanities; public safety and health.

Associate of Applied Business in Administrative Office Professional

In this program, students hone their project, time and office management skills, as well as supervisory, organizational, accounting and communications skills. They also learn about software applications and office procedures. They can choose from three administrative assistant tracks: medical, legal, or general.

Associate of Arts in Pre-Business Administration

This program prepares its graduates for transfer to bachelor's degree programs in marketing, management, finance, accounting or business administration. While enrolled, students take courses in financial and managerial accounting, business law, marketing principles and macroeconomics.

Warren County Career Center

Warren County Career Center offers full-time and part-time programs for adults, along with business and industry training programs. Qualified graduates may pursue careers in cosmetology, construction and health, among other areas.

Certified Business Professional

This program covers three areas: customer service, business etiquette and business communication. Instruction in each area takes place through a 16-hour course that ends with a certification exam.

The customer service course covers strategies for stress and time management, dealing with upset customers and knowing your customer. In the business etiquette course, students learn about introductions, greetings and meeting or board room protocols. Topics in multicultural challenges, business attire and e-mail etiquette are also part of the program. The business communication course examines presentation skills, nonverbal communication, types of business writing and business communication structures.

Grant Career Center

Grant Career Center offers programs for adults and youths that prepare them for employment or further education. These include a certified nursing assistant program and a computerized business and medical applications program for adults.

Customized Business Training

This center offers rotating courses that can help clerical workers. For instance, the Microsoft Office Specialist training program will give students the skills needed to use Microsoft Office and its associated programs. OSHA training will give students the knowledge for a safe and healthy workspace, no matter the industry.

Other School Option

Students can also acquire clerical skills by enrolling in an applied administration program at the University of Cincinnati - Blue Ash College, located about 15.9 mi. (21 min.) from Cincinnati.

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