ATTENTION! Close Alert Box

 

Due to inclement weather, Oklahoma City Community College will be closed Thursday, February 22, 2018. This includes classes and activities at the main campus, Professional Development Institute (PDI), Capitol Hill Center, and the Family and Community Education (FACE) Center.

Unless notified otherwise, all classes and activities will resume Friday, February 23, at their regularly scheduled times. Campus closings and delayed openings will be announced through local radio and television stations and posted on the college’s website, Facebook and Twitter pages. They will also be announced through the college’s Campus Alert Notification (CAN) System. For information about how to sign up to receive text messages and add email addresses via the CAN system, please visit www.occc.edu/can.

Students

CFEST Provides the Tools to Help You Find the Job. The Future Is Now! Train for It!

Click HERE for more information about CFEST, call 405.686.6220 or APPLY TODAY.

Students will work one on one with our a CFEST team member to develop job readiness skills, resume building and interviewing skills. After completion of the program students may have the opportunity to interview with CFEST partnered commercial food service repair companies.

Patrick

 

 

 "I appreciate the opportunity CFEST gave me to work for Hagar.
I could not imagine working anywhere else."
- CFEST Certified Graduate

 

 

 

 

Long Term Jobs for a Meaningful Career:

By completing the CFEST Program students will have learned the basic skills needed to work an entry level job in the industrial maintenance industry. Students have the opportunity to advance in the food repair industry and work for a competitive wage once hired.

Basic Skills Covered but are not Limited to:

  • Intro to advanced Electricity
  • Intro to advanced Gas
  • Intro to advanced Steam
  • Intro to advanced Refrigeration
  • Intro to advanced Hydraulics
  • Intro to advanced Pneumatics
  • Essential Workplace Skills & Job Readiness Skills 

Eligibility:

Prospective students must have a high school diploma or GED (or on way to completion), a valid driver's license, must be eligible to work in the US (1-9 documents) and male students must be registered in the selective service. Prospective students must also meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Unemployed
  • Long term Unemployment
  • Underemployed
  • Notice of Termination or Layoff
  • TAA Eligible (Trade Adjustment Assistance)
  • Veteran