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Many police officers begin their career as a dispatcher or working in jails since they can start work at 18 years old. Detention officers for correction centers are in high demand with an average starting salary of $17 an hour.
In addition, you will learn radio and dispatching skills. Did you know dispatchers make $15-$17 an hour?
After successful completion of the course, you can immediately apply for a job as a security guard, dispatcher, and detention officer.
As a cadet, you will study:
Cadets can learn many of the same skills taught to police academy officers. We cover all facets of daily police work including:
This class prepares you to sit for the Oklahoma State Unarmed Security Guard License. With successful completion of the exam and background check, you are ready to go to work protecting and monitoring properties against criminal attack or damage. In this part of the class, you will study:
Any chargeable accident within the past three (3) years will be subject to review. An accident report will be required.
A student is allowed two (2) moving offenses during the three (3) years prior to their entry date. A student may not have any careless or reckless driving convictions.
Specific requirements are detailed on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration website: Effective, May 21, 2014, only doctors who registered through the national registry of FMCSA are allowed to do DOT physicals. Download forms MCSA-5878 and MCSA-5876 under New Driver Examination Forms.
General DOT requirements include, but are not limited to, the following:
Must be able to read and speak the English language fluently enough to converse with the general public, to understand the highway traffic signs and signals, to respond to official inquiries, and make entries on reports and records. Seventh-grade reading and math level recommended.
Manufacturer’s Sales Tax Exemption
Allow our consultants to help you apply for the Manufacturer’s Sales Tax Exemption Permit (MSEP).
Oklahoma has a comprehensive sales tax exemption for manufacturers who qualify for and obtain a Manufacturer’s Sales Tax Exemption Permit. The exemptions cover purchases of machinery and equipment, energy and tangible personal property used in design, development and the manufacturing operation at the manufacturing site.
Oklahoma State Tax Incentives
We can assist you in evaluating and applying for tax incentives available to your unique business operations.
Oklahoma is globally recognized for its outstanding incentive programs and pro-business environment. Businesses can choose between a cash incentive or a tax credit package, and in some cases, qualifying businesses can take advantage of both programs.
Getting a small business started can be a complex task. As an entrepreneur, there are so many factors to consider it often seems there are more questions than answers.
We partner with you in establishing a firm foundation for financial success and future growth. Navigating everything from business organization to finances and from marketing to business planning, our collaborative approach and teamwork guide you along the way.
We are passionate about working with you through the startup process…providing resources and advice, shortening the learning curve, and avoiding costly mistakes.
Contact our consultants to guide you through the startup process, enabling you to focus on your long-term business vision and goals.
If you are in the process of nurturing and “hatching” your new business, our Incubator opportunities may be right for you.
Accelerate the success and development of your start-up by enlisting the help of our small business Incubator program. Our Incubators are certified by the State of Oklahoma and offer distinct advantages for qualified businesses.
Incubators serve to reduce the cost, risk, and time to grow a sustainable new venture and create a spirit of “cooperative self-reliance”. They provide entrepreneurs with an array of targeted resources, professional advice, education, training, and mentorship. Additionally, tenants of our certified incubator facilities are exempt from state tax liability on income earned as a result of occupancy for up to ten years. Upon qualification, the exemption remains in effect after the tenant is no longer an incubator occupant.
Contact us to schedule a meeting to discuss this one-of-a-kind opportunity.
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This curriculum prepares you for the workforce. Health unit coordinators work in a general office function at doctor’s offices, hospitals, and nursing homes coordinating with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare workers. Their job is typically comprised of:
One-way students prepare for this is by partnering up and taking medical history of each other to practice exam questions and computer input.
This curriculum prepares for you to sit for the CNA certification exam. As a registered certified nurse assistant, you will provide basic care to patients such as:
After obtaining your CNA, you can obtain your certified medication aide (CMA) if you are interested in administering medication to patients.
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