Busy Testing Center Serves Thousands This Year
Warren County Career Center’s Authorized Regional Testing Center has facilitated over 2,600 exams in the past 11 months. The majority, 875, has been for the ACT WorkKeys exam, used for entrance evaluation to adult education programming. Another 440 exams have been GED and HiSET high school diploma equivalency tests.
Customers took 455 Information Technology certification exams in that time period. In 2018, WCCC was given the Outstanding Leader Award from CompTIA in recognition of the number of CompTIA IT certification exams given at the Testing Center.
Area educators took 280 Ohio Assessments for Educators exams at the Testing Center, and 147 individual College Board CLEP Exams were given. CLEP exams assess college-level knowledge of a subject to grant a fast track to college credit in academics. Performance Assessment Network exams are used for employment application screening, and 138 PAN exams were given at the Testing Center in the past 11 months.
“We recently added an additional day of testing due to demand,” Test Proctor Rachel Edwards said. “Our center is open Monday through Thursday now. We provide a number of test provider exams and can also proctor college and university exams.”
The WCCC Authorized Regional Testing Center is open Mondays 1-8 p.m.; Tuesdays 2-8 p.m.; and Wednesdays and Thursdays 10 a.m.-4 p.m. It provides a secure site for multiple test providers, including Pearson VUE, Certiport, North American Technician Excellence Certification (NATE), College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), ACT WorkKeys, and ESCO Group Certification. Students taking distance college courses may also schedule proctored exams at the center. Contact 513-933-3936 or Rachel.Edwards@mywccc.org for further information.
Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2019