Grant Career Center offers two career-training opportunities: Computerized Business and Medical Applications (CBMA) and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). These programs prepare students with job skills to meet the demands of the current job market.
Transfer of Credit Policy
Grant Career Center (GCC) does not allow the transfer of students between the two programs at GCC. The only course for which Grant will accept transfer of credit is the Nurse Aid Training Program (NATP).
Transfer of credit for the NATP class will be accepted for students transferring from other Ohio accredited institutions, and the amount of credit transferred is based on the course content previously presented to the students. The course content must be the same Ohio NATP curriculum, and studied within three months prior to the requested transfer. Students requesting credit are to submit a grade transcript for review by GCC, and the student must have earned a grade of “C” or better in coursework to be considered for credit approval. The approval process includes the approval and verification by the GCC coordinator of the NATP program, the instructor, and the Director of GCC Adult Education. GCC reserves the right to deny credit.
Full-time students in CBMA must have a high school diploma or GED to attend. The CNA class does not have this requirement.
is available to students who qualify for the Computerized Business and Medical Application program only.