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Customized Courses

Customized training can be developed for your organization to provide live classes at your facility, here at OSU, online courses, or blended programs. Whether you are interested in a topic listed on our website, need a combination of courses, or require other specific concentration in engineering, architecture or technology; our team specializes in tailoring customized training to provide just what you need. OSU training can also include topics explicit to your industry and group discussions on how your team will incorporate this new knowledge into your existing processes.
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OSHA Training Institute Education Centers

OSHA Training Institute Education Center

The OSU College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) Professional Development, in partnership with the Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology program, is authorized by OSHA as a Training Institute (OTI) Education Center. This allows CEAT PD to offer OSHA numbered courses to the general public and customized OSHA training programs for business & industry.



Highway Construction Materials Technician

This program was designed to train and certify technicians to properly sample and test common highway construction materials. It is important for employers and industry personnel to understand that these certifications are on a very basic level and do not imply that a technician is qualified to do anything more than sample and/or test materials.

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Construction Project Management Certificate Program

The Construction Management Certificate in commercial construction will cover a variety of topics and be applicable for participants with little construction knowledge or experience.

Professional Development Announcements

2023 FireTECH Conference and Expo

July 24, 2023

2023 FireTECH Conference and Expo

OSHA extends OSU's authorization for an additional five-year period

January 21, 2022

After a thorough review of OSU’s performance throughout the current authorization period, It was announced earlier this week that OSHA is offering to extend OSU’s authorization for an additional five-year period.




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