Vantage Adult Education to Open Doors June 1
Center Adult Education has obtained approval to open its doors to adult
students, and will continue enrolling in programs slated to begin instruction
June 1 through fall quarter.
Vantage Adult Education Director, Kathleen Tyler, and a leadership team, submitted a reopening plan to the Van Wert County Health Department, following guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health and Center for Disease Control, gaining approval through the following correspondence, “The Van Wert County General Health District has reviewed the safety plans for the reopening of the Vantage Career Center Adult Education Program and supports their decision to reopen with the safety measures planned for implementation. We feel that these plans have been carefully devised and follow the guidelines established by the Ohio Department of Health and CDC.”
Guidance has been received from a number
of the oversight agencies as to how to proceed, including the Board of Health,
The Ohio Police Officers Training Association, the Board of Nursing, and the
Driver and Traffic Safety Association (ADTSEA) as to processes that they have
identified as promoting safe delivery of training.
Additionally, the Ohio Technical Centers across the state have issued a report to the Governor’s office regarding the safe re-opening of our training programs. The plan for the opening incorporates all of these guidelines.
Education Division of Vantage Career Center trains essential workers such as
nurses, EMTs, Police Cadets, Commercial Truck Drivers, and STNAs. These are demanding and needed jobs in our
Vantage will continue safe practices and
processes that allow the preservation of the health of our students and staff. These
practices will permit students to keep moving successfully through their
programs and to enter the workforce in essential careers keeping them, their
families, and our community strong.
For questions regarding the reopening
of Vantage Career Center Adult Education, please call Director Kit Tyler at