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Q: Is Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools Adult Workforce Development accredited? 
A: Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical Schools Adult Workforce Development is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE). 


Q: Who can enroll in class?
A: Students must be at least 18 years of age, at least 21 years of age for the Basic Police Officer Training program. They must also have a high school diploma, or GED/high school equivalency certificate; homeschooled students must contact the Student Services Office for instructions on required documentation. 

Q: How do I register for classes?
A: Click here for more information.


Q: Do you offer online classes? 
A: We do not currently offer online or hybrid courses. 


Q: Do students receive certifications or certificates of completion for attending class?
A: All full-time programs at EFCTS-AWD allow students the opportunity to earn industry recognized credentials.  


Q: What are the deadlines for registering for classes?
A: Register as soon as possible after you decide which course you would like to take. Space is limited in many of our classes. 


Q: Can I obtain financial aid to attend EFCTS-AWD?
A: Financial aid is available through a variety of sources for qualified individuals in full-time programs. 


Q: Is career counseling available?
A: A certified counselor is on staff to provide assistance with barrier intervention and guidance. Click here for more information.


Q:Does EFCTS-AWD offer high school equivalency testing? 
A: For information about test locations and registration visit the High School Equivalency Testing page or call (614) 836-4541.


Q:How do I register for career and college preparation, and high school equivalency preparation courses?
A: Visit the ASPIRE page, or call (614) 836-4541 for more information. 

Q: Do you provide transportation?
A: Students must provide their own transportation. Contact COTA for bus route information.


Q: What is the refund policy?
A: If it is necessary to withdraw from a full-time credentialed (600 or more clock hours) program, immediately notify the Eastland-Fairfield Adult Workforce Development Center Office Student Services at 614-836-4541. 

You can learn more about our refund policy here


Q: How may I request a copy of your catalog?
A: Fill out the online Request More Information Form. 


Q: How may I request a copy of my transcript?
A: To request a copy of your transcript for any previous Eastland-Fairfield full-time training programs, please fill out the Transcript Request Form


Q: What are the qualifications for becoming an instructor for Eastland-Fairfield Adult Training?
A: Adult Training instructors must meet certification requirements set by the state of Ohio. In doing so, they receive a one-year certificate that enables them to teach at a particular school system.
 Generally, Adult Workforce Development instructors must:

  • Have a minimum of seven years experience in the area they will be teaching.

  • Provide proof of a negative TB test result. (if applicable)

  • Pass a background check by the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

  • Participate in professional development courses and seminars.