What We Do
OIC operates year-round job training programs resulting in Certificates of Completion in Computer Applications & Clerical Skills, Intermediate Computer & Office Skills, Intermediate Computer & Data Entry, Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), and Culinary Arts.
Incorporated in each program is Employability Skills training, which includes resume and cover letter drafting, interviewing techniques and more.
OIC clients also receive training and education in:
Individuals interested in enrolling in one of OIC's training programs are asked to come to our New London offices and complete a two-page application form. The next step is our Pre-Training Assessment, which is offered every Tuesday at 2 pm. This assessment provides OIC information on an individual's basic skills: Reading, Writing, and Math. Following these two steps, individuals may be contacted by an OIC staff member for an intake interview.
OIC charges its employment training students a $30.00 enrollment fee which is due during the first week of classes.
Computer/Office Skills classes begin every month. CNA classes are offered six times each year and Culinary Arts classes are offered every three months.
OIC's Project Employment supports ex-offenders, providing them skills, strategies and resources as they navigate the challenging transition from incarceration to employment.
Through state court referrals, OIC also holds an important position in the community as both a transition point and safeguard against domestic violence through its Stopping Domestic Violence program.
If you still have questions after reading about our programs and
services, please contact us by sending an email to email@example.com or by calling (860) 447-1731.
- What We Do