Located in Orlando, Florida, Orlando Tech has provided a quality technical education for local residents for over 70 years. The school promises committed faculty and staff as well as quality, career-oriented training. With close links to local business and industry, Florida Tech is an important gateway for individuals to break into the area workforce. Orlando Tech offers 18 academic programs in five separate areas: Arts & Technology, Business, Consumer Service, Education and Health Care. Majors range from Digital Audio Production, to Sewing Technology, to Patient Care Assistance and beyond.
Academic programs at Orlando Tech vary in length and tuition costs. At the Orlando Tech website, prospective students can find detailed information about each major, including specific program content, employment opportunities, class schedules and costs. A student interested in Culinary Operations, for example, will be trained in cooking skills, inventory and table service. With a program length of 1,200 hours, he or she has the option of being a full time or part time student. Prospective students are encouraged to visit the website to get specific information about each major and program.
Orlando Tech is one of four Orange County tech centers approved by the State Department of Education. The center is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Council on Occupational Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. Specific programs, such as the Dental Assistant program, are accredited by specific entities (in this case, the American Dental Association).