Articulations & Certifications

Each of our vocational technical programs provide students with college and career readiness.  This includes a safety credential for all students.  See the table below for industry certifications available.  Articulated credit allows students to earn college credit for work completed in their technical program.  State-wide articulations exist with the 15 MA community colleges.  Many programs have additional agreements for more opportunities to earn college credit and get a head start on college.

Old Colony RVTHS – Certifications & Articulations by Program

Program Safety Credential Industry Credential State-wide Community College Articulation Additional College Articulation
Automotive Technology OSHA-10 General Industry ASE Refrigerant Handling 1-5 credits Univerals Technical Institute – Advanced Standing

University of Northwestern Ohio up to 6 credits

Business Technology OSHA-10 General Industry MS Office Specialist 2-4 credits BCC – 1-11 credits
CADD OSHA-10 Construction Industry ADDA Apprentice Drafter

Certified Solidworks Associate

4 credits New England Institute of Technology – 4-12 credits

BCC- 3 credits

Computer Science OSHA-10 General Industry Quincy College – up to 6 credits
Cosmetology OSHA-10 General Industry Cosmetology State License
Culinary Arts ServSafe 2-4 credits Culinary Institute of America 1.5 – 3 credits

BCC – 2 credits

Electrical OSHA-10 Construction Industry Up to 300 theory hours &1500 work hours toward licensure BCC – 6 credits

Quincy College – 3 credits

Electronics Engineering Technology OSHA-10 General Industry Electronics Technicians Association Certification 2-8 credits Massasoit Community College 4 credits

BCC – 6 credits

Quincy College – up to 9 credits

Graphic Communication & Design OSHA-10 General Industry BCC – 3 credits

Quincy College – up to 6 credits

Health Careers OSHA-10 General Industry CPR/First Aid; Babysitting Cert; Alzheimer’s Certification;

Certified  Nursing Assistant State License

2-4 credits Quincy College – 3 credits
House & Mill Carpentry OSHA-10 Construction Industry Advanced Apprentice Standing with Boston Carpenters Apprenticeship and/or Eastern MA Carpenters Apprenticeship 2-4 credits
Machine & Tool Technology OSHA-10 General Industry NIMS Level I, MACWIC Level 1, MACWIC Level 2 2-4 credits BCC – 6 credits
Metal Fabrication & Joining OSHA-10 General Industry AWS qualifications

Advance Apprentice Standing with Sheet Metal Workers Local 17 & Local 63

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Leave your options open. Apply today and make your decision in March. 8th grade students from Acushnet, Carver, Lakeville, Mattapoisett, and Rochester are invited to begin the application process at

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