Quality Career Training and Adult Education Courses in Washington D.C.
CTI is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and is a registered school operating under a license from the Washington, DC Education Licensure Commission. Training at CTI offers graduates marketable skills in office, healthcare, hospitality and information technology. This includes on-campus and online training for entry-level positions in a variety of industries. CTI is also approved by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the Title IV Federal Financial Aid programs.
Students will get quality training at Career Technical Institute’s modern office building in the Washington D.C. downtown business district, with easy access to public transportation. CTI facilities are also accessible to physically challenged students. Students are offered flexible schedules, with both day and evening classes available. Plus, students are also given the opportunity to take online classes for particular subjects.
Learn more about CTI’s Education Programs:
- Medical Office Program
- Medical Assistant
- Help Desk Professional
- Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA)
- PC Specialist
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- International Programs
- Continuing Education
Online Training for Programs
CTI’s online educational program consists of a web-based course management and collaboration portal that enables educators to manage course materials and to communicate with students. The portal functions as a site for distance learning. Using the Portal, students can take surveys, quizzes and tests, send and receive course mail. They can also post messages to threaded discussions and chat rooms. Students are able to upload assignments using online drop boxes and more. Students have access to all courseware instructions and eBooks. Students also have 24/7 access to the e-Reference Library located on the portal.
Career Technical Institute currently offers online courses for four programs:Read More
CTI’s education and training programs are designed to provide students with skills that enable them to qualify for more rewarding career opportunities. The objective is to provide short-term continuing education training to those individuals who do not want vocational training, but simply wish to upgrade existing skills or learn new ones for personal development. CTI strives to offer the maximum amount of training in the minimum amount of time. Students may enroll in one of CTI’s comprehensive training programs which consist of 18 to 90 quarter credit hours of training, or they may enroll in one or more individual courses consisting of 15 to 150 clock hours.
A Diploma will be awarded to all students who meet the minimum requirements to graduate from a vocational program and an Associate Degree of Applied Science will be awarded to students who fulfill all the minimum requirements to graduate from the degree program. CTI will issue credentials and official transcripts and attendance records only to students who have successfully completed the academic requirements of the program and have no outstanding tuition balance. A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to continuing education students who successfully complete their program.
CTI is not solely a training source for individuals. We are happy to offer specialized training to companies that have a need to provide employees with new skills training or upgrading on a contractual basis. Upon program completion, employees will have industry-standard skills and knowledge necessary to advance and succeed in technologically advanced office settings.
Transfer of Credits
Every educational institution sets its own standards and criteria for the acceptance of coursework completed by a student at another institution. The decision whether to accept any courses or course credits earned at CTI rests entirely with the institution to which the student desires to transfer.
Students wishing to transfer academic credits earned from another accredited institution toward the Associate Degree program must submit official college transcripts from each institution attended and should have college transcripts sent prior to the start date of the program.
Former CTI students interested in re-enrolling or currently-enrolled students interested in changing their program should submit a written request to Student Services. Academic credit will be given for any course completed that is part of the new or continuing program. To learn more about transferring your credits, click here.