STILLWATER, Okla. (July 20, 2020) - Now is the time to get READY for your next career move.
Meridian Technology Center’s new Be READY program, Real-life Education and Development for You, is designed to help people sharpen their skills and earn nationally-recognized certifications.
“Be READY is a program designed to help individuals set themselves apart in a competitive job market,” explained Dr. Rebecca Eastham, Executive Director of Business and Industry Services at Meridian.
Be READY courses are self-paced, online and offer flexible scheduling.
“We wanted to offer variety in terms of not only what content we provided but how it was delivered,” Eastham added.
Courses in the Be READY series include a National Career Readiness Certificate by ACT; OSHA 10 in either the general industry or construction category; Medic First Aid/CPR certification; professional skills certification; and job search and interview preparation.
The National Career Readiness Certificate verifies and certifies essential functional skills for the workplace. Courses are related to mathematics, graphic literacy and understanding workplace documents. The OHSA 10 and Medic First Aid/CPR courses help support workplace safety.
“When people complete the program and start to apply for jobs, they will be truly work-ready with in-demand industry certifications that demonstrate skills, initiative and a desire to succeed,” Eastham elaborated.
Individuals can register for the entire series or individual courses. For complete descriptions of each certification track or to enroll, visit meridiantech.edu/BeREADY.
Meridian Technology Center has been a driver of economic development since 1975. With a mission to educate, enrich lives and secure economic futures, Meridian offers full-time career training programs, short courses, Business and Industry services and entrepreneurial support to residents from the Agra, Carney, Glencoe, Guthrie, Morrison, Mulhall-Orlando, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Perry and Stillwater school districts. Meridian is one of 29 schools within Oklahoma’s CareerTech system.