OTC performance data and information necessary to implement, report and carry out the federal Carl D. Perkins legislation.
OTC New Program Approval & Program Change Process
Click on the OTC-HEI link below to login and access the new program approval form:
- Program approval instructions - See Data Submission Manual
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Perkins IV OTC Nontraditional CTE Program Lists
Nontraditional Career-Technical Education (CTE) programs prepare students for occupations or fields of work in which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25 percent of the individuals employed in those occupations or fields of work. The male and female lists are updated annually for Perkins IV. Click on the PDF links below to access the list from current and past fiscal years.
Teacher Certification/Licensure Guidance/Adult Permit Codes
Adult education instructors are required to possess either the adult permit or a teaching license issued by the Ohio Department of Education that is valid for the course(s) they teach. Instructors that possess a valid teaching license do not need to obtain the adult permit.
The Adult Permit application can be downloaded from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) website. It is available for a one-year or four-year time period. The application contains information regarding fee, BCI/FBI background check requirements and general directions.
The chart below identifies the valid permit codes for the Adult Permit. (Effective July 1, 2002)
|Program Area||Adult Permit Code||Program Area on Adult Permit|
|Agriculture and Environmental Science||010000||Agriculture|
|Marketing Education||040000||Distributive Education|
|Health Technologies||070000||Health Occupations|
|Family and Consumer Education||090000||Home Economics|
|Business Education||140000||Office Operations|
|Industrial and Engineering Technologies||170000||Trade & Industrial|
|Special Interest non-reimbursed courses||091064||Personal Living|
|Adult Workforce Education|
|ONOW||170000||Trade & Industrial|
Incorrect codes that do not match subject codes cause warning messages to appear on course records. Adult instructor permits/licenses that do not match for the subject code may result in non-reimbursement for the course.
Useful Links and Information
- Educator Licensure (ODE)
- Adult Permit Application
- Ohio Means Internships
- Career Technical Credit Transfer (CT2)
- Ohio State Apprenticeship Council
- USDOL Apprenticeship
- ACT WorkKeys
- ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate
- SkillsMax Resource Center