Articulation Opportunities Abound for Osceola Students
Through the work of the Title V Osceola grant, we are pleased to announce the creation of several new articulation agreements with our community partner, TECO, the Technical Education Center Osceola. These agreements will help educate students so they can meet community employment needs.
- Students in TECO's Medical Laboratory Assisting program can now earn up to 4 credits in Valencia's Biomedical Technology A.S. Degree program.
- Students in TECO's Cosmetology and Pharmacy Technician programs can now earn 24-27 credits in Valencia's Supervision for Management & Industry A.S. Degree program.
- Beginning in 2018, students in TECO's Medical Coder Biller program who earn the Certified Coder Associate (CCA) certification from AHIMA or Certified Professional Coder (CPC) from AAPC will be able to earn 25 credits in Valencia's Health Information Technology A.S. Degree program.
We look forward to the creation of new pathways for TECO's students in the future.
A new articulation agreement is also now in place with the Academy of Construction Technologies (A.C.T.). A.C.T. works with high school juniors and seniors to train them in construction-related trades. Students completing the A.C.T. program can now earn 2-4 internship credits in Valencia's Construction and Civil Engineering Technology A.S. Degree program.back to News and Updates...