| "There can be no greater
objective for any school than to provide the means
through which all students become happily employed. The Staff and Faculty of
this college subscribe to this belief and are dedicated to this effort."
ETI Technical College believes every student is
unique with potential for success through proper skill building. The faculty
strives for teaching excellence and is dedicated to provide technical
educational programs in career-oriented courses, which promote qualified
competence, development, and foster individuality among our diverse student
population by instilling fundamentals that allow students to enter the workforce
rapidly. At ETI, we inspire the confidence and responsibility necessary for each
student to become self-sufficient, contributing members of their professional
and civic communities. In addition, we are committed to our students' continuous
journey; therefore, we offer post-graduate support and services.
ETI Technical College of Niles is located at 2076
Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, Ohio, 44446 (Route 422, on the strip in Niles).
This location is ideal for those of the student body who come from Warren,
Youngstown, Sharon, Mercer, Greenville, Grove City, New Castle, Beaver Falls,
East Liverpool, Salem, Alliance, Columbiana, Ashtabula, and adjacent areas.
To our minds, an effective education provides the foundation for
the establishment of a full and productive life. Moreover, we can't foresee a
better way of achieving this than by acquiring a relevant technical background.
A technical education enables a graduate to successfully enter the center of
"highly technical" developments in national defense, medicine and industry. It's
through technical people that we can now scan the human body, relate abstruse
mathematical data, move among the planets and defend our way of life. Imagine
the opportunities involved with such progress.
Though the benefits to those who have acquired a technical education are
obvious, there are deeper and more meaningful advantages in the struggle of its
acquisition. That advantage is the experience gained from the solution of
concrete problems. When you habitually solve problems of this type you develop
positive feelings, which lead to constructive behavior.
While we readily realize the market value of technical education, what isn't
obvious to many is that at its heart, a technical education offers opportunity
for accomplishment. From what else other than accomplishment is confidence
gained? From what else other than confidence is growth experienced? From what
else other than growth is happiness derived?
It is the purpose of ETI
Technical College of Niles to provide sound educational programs in the fields
of Computer Electronic Technology,Legal Assistant, Legal Assistant with a Concentration in
Criminal Corrections, Information Management Specialist,
Medical Assistant, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, and Heating, and Practical
Nursing. ETI also offers Medical Assistant with an elective in Medical
Secretary and Information Management Specialist with an elective in Accounting and
Web Design Technologies.
Our training programs are designed to provide the student with the necessary
skills to be competitive in the job market. At ETI, qualified instructors,
experienced and knowledgeable in their respective fields, provide training.
ETI's goal is to prepare the students for entry-level employment with the
opportunity to advance in their field.
Our "Learn by Doing" method of instruction provides students with the
proportional amount of time in theory and laboratory practice. We have found
that this method provides students with a solid understanding of what they are
doing and it encourages them to study the theory so necessary to succeed in
their career choice.
Through close association with our
instructors and fellow students, the student grows in maturity and obtains the
confidence necessary for advancement in today's highly competitive world.
Punctuality, neatness, cooperation, honesty, self-confidence, and loyalty are
the characteristics every employer desires. We find that as students grow in the
academic and technical knowledge of the field for which they are trained, they
also begin to become aware of these other areas of self-discipline that are
needed for success.