Goodwill Employment Training Center (GETC)
GETC 2014-2015 Catalog
We Offer Two Diploma Programs:
- Administrative Office Skills - Graduates can expect to find entry-level receptionist, secretarial, data entry and clerical positions in a variety of settings including educational institutions, large corporations, small businesses, financial and legal institutions, health care facilities, and customer service centers.
- Health Care Office Skills - Graduates can expect to find entry-level receptionist, data entry, secretarial, clerical, admissions, and medical transcription positions in medical settings including hospitals, physician’s offices, long-term health care facilities, medical labs, insurance companies, and outpatient clinics.
- Next program start date is April 4, 2014 with Orientation held on April 1 and 2.
- Future start dates are August 18, 2014 with Orientation held on August 14 and 15; October 23, 2014 with Orientation held on October 21 and 22.
Download Applications 2014-2015
Please send completed applications to:
Attn: Lorretta Reed, Assistant Director, GETC
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Robert S. Foltz Building
118 52nd Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
GETC Alumni and Job Leads
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Goodwill Employment Training Center (GETC) is a business unit of Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania. In 1996, Goodwill Employment Training Center received its private school license from the Pennsylvania Department of Education State Board of Private Licensed Schools and began operations.
We prepare our students to successfully enter the contemporary world of work through quality vocational educational programs.
Educational Philosophy and Objectives
We believe that quality education based on current industry practices and positive support are important aspects of the learning experience. Each student is provided with a learning environment which is designed to provide intensive, hands-on opportunities to achieve the skill levels necessary to acquire employment in their chosen area of study. In addition, each student is provided with a strong orientation to professionalism and the pursuit of lifelong learning in order to enhance their future career development. Student outcomes and achievements are reviewed regularly to assist in the determination of institutional assessment and goals for improvement.
Faculty and Staff
Michael J. Smith
Patricia L. Trainer
Chief Operating Officer/Compliance Officer
Vice President, Human Services
Director of Education, Assessment and Training
Lorretta D. Reed
Assistant Director, GETC
Administrative Office Skills Instructor
Health Care Office Skills Instructor