Simply contact us with your request, and we will work with you to identify the class that best fits your needs. All of our courses may be customized, so the possibilities are endless.
If you are signed up for an OCI offering we will call and send you an email for notification if a class is canceled for any reason.
Occasionally, PETLC cancels scheduled classes due to an insufficient number of registered students, an unexpected change in the availability of an instructor, or other reasons. Upon cancellation, the individual who placed the registration will be notified immediately via email and a phone call. At your discretion, we can either attempt to reschedule you for a class at a later date or cancel your registration. If PETLC has already collected funds for the canceled class, you may choose to have these dollars refunded or applied to another class. All students will automatically be placed on a waiting list upon the course cancellation. This ensures that each student will be notified the next three times that the canceled course is on the schedule.
If a class is canceled due to inclement weather, please call (314) 935-4444 and a recording will announce the status of the classes.
Classes are currently offered in the OCI lab, PETLC facilities, or at a specific client site OCI lab is located at 12140 Woodcrest Executive Dr. Suite 240 St. Louis, MO. 63141 PETLC Facilities are located at One Brookings Drive St.Louis, Missouri, 63130 in Lopata Hall.
In some cases, we have offerings that can be attended virtually.
For a PETLC class call (314) 935-4444 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before registering, you should make sure you have fulfilled the course prerequisites as listed in the course description section. The purpose of these prerequisites is to ensure students have the proper background to absorb the material presented in each class. If you have not taken the listed prerequisites but feel you have already gained this knowledge from similar classes or experience, you may seek permission to waive these requirements by contacting:
If you are interested in a specific offering and wish to know when more are scheduled, then please head to that offerings page under the Course Catalog and subscribe to the form on that page. Each course has it's own subscription form so if you are interested in more than one offering, please subscribe from each offerings page. That way we can let you know when your desired offerings are available again, instead of bothering you every time a new offering is made available.
For class at the OCI Training Facility, parking is free in the lot – no parking pass needed – please do not park in the garage as that is reserved parking.
For PETLC classes, students can park in the yellow parking spots in either the Millbrook Garage off of Throop Drive or the Danforth parking lot off of Hoyt Drive. The bottom of your enrollment confirmation email includes a parking pass that you will need to place on your dash. To reach the facility, come in the south entrance of the Lopata Hall building, and take the elevator to the fifth floor. If you need another parking permit, please contact us at email@example.com or (314) 935-4444, or stop-by PETLC administrative offices during business hours.
Please call our main office line at (314) 579-0066 and ask to speak to Jen Wiese in training.
We accept company check, personal check, wire transfer, and credit card.
We prefer for you to register at least one (1) week before the class start date so we can prepare and have available the course materials. We will, however, make every attempt to accommodate late registrations up until the first day of the class.
Yes, instructors are assigned and identified on the Course Schedule.
A certificate of completion is issued upon completion of a given track (90 hours of professional development courses).
- Career advancement within your current or a prospective role
- Add professional development studies to your resume (particularly if you have been out of work for a period of time)
- Learn new technologies and tools to stay current in the marketplace
- Gain knowledge to help you prepare for an industry recognized certification, such as the CBAP, CISSP, or CSM /li>
- ROI for your current employer
- Get your skills up to date quickly and effectively; you will be able to use the skills learned in our courses immediately in the workplace
- Most certificates may be earned in less than 9 months (assuming an average course load of 2 evenings per week)
- Gain broader perspectives to prepare you for greater roles and responsibilities
- Demonstrate your enhanced skill level to your employer
- Help management develop technology skill benchmarks for the team
- Many employers will cover the costs of your professional development training