CV Tech PRovides high-tech educational opportunities for high school students, adults, small businesses and large corporations.
Our programs and services help you if you’re:
- Going to college
- Ready to enter the workforce
- An adult ready to make a career change
- Ready to expand your skills
Each year, hundreds of students choose to maximize their education by adding CV Tech’s career-focused curriculum to their class schedules. Our students learn to apply math, science and other subjects into their study of various career fields. As a result, our graduates are prepared to keep up with today’s high-tech, rapidly changing job market.
CV Tech’s student body is a diverse group of adults, high school students, business owners and senior citizens. A wide variety of students attend CV Tech’s campuses each year for college preparedness, to upgrade their existing skills, change their career options or to attain the education needed for both personal and professional development.
CV Tech not only provides students with modern equipment and program offerings, but we also deliver our curriculum through innovative teaching methods. CV Tech incorporates a mixture of theory and practical application into its programs. Students are taught the fundamental concepts of their chosen field and then learn to apply them in professional lab environments. This approach not only helps our students to master highly technical procedures, it gives them a head start on developing the work ethic employers demand from employees.
In accordance with the Oklahoma Government Website Information Act, which requires public bodies to make available on their Web sites statutes affecting the public body and its operation, the following links are provided:
- Rules for Career and Technology Education, Title 780 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code
- Oklahoma Open Meeting Act, 25 O.S. Supp.2010, Sections 301 et seq.
- Oklahoma Open Records Act, 51 O.S. Supp. 2010, Sections 24A.1 et seq.
Canadian Valley Technology Center District No. 6, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, pregnancy, gender, gender expression or identity, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age or genetic information. Inquiries concerning application of this policy may be referred to the CVTC Compliance Officers at either the El Reno/Cowan campuses: 6205 East Highway 66, El Reno, OK 73036, 405-262-2629; or the Chickasha campus, 1401 Michigan Avenue, Chickasha, OK 73018, 405-224-7220.
For local comments, complaints or suggestions, please contact Kale Larkin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To obtain a copy of the accreditation, approval, or licensure, or to obtain contact information for filing a complaint with the accreditor, state approval agency, or licensing entity, visit the Oklahoma CareerTech's website.