Bill Hantl Has Been Appointed President Of Ohio Technical College

09 Feb, 2016, 09:58 ET from Ohio Technical College

CLEVELAND, Feb. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bill Hantl has been appointed as the new President of the Ohio Technical College (OTC), one of the premier technical training colleges in the country.

"Bill is a respected and effective leader with impressive accomplishments that closely align with OTC's values," CEO Marc Brenner, says. "I am confident in Mr. Hantl's ability to lead the school and continue the vision we have set forth."

Mr. Hantl has provided leadership in the growth of Ohio Technical College for over six years, in which he has served in several roles. In 2010 Hantl was part of Ohio Technical College's Curriculum and Training departments until he was named Director of Training in 2012. Prior to joining Ohio Technical College,  Mr. Hantl was a successful business owner for thirty-one years.

"I have experienced firsthand the power of a great technical education," Hantl says. "With its profound impact on students' lives and I look forward to continuing the great work started by Brenner family." 

Current President, Marc Brenner will remain as CEO and help to guide the college. Mr. Hantl will be joined by a new management team to assist in OTC's mission and goals.

About Ohio Technical College
Ohio Technical College (OTC) is an accredited private, proprietary technical school dedicated to providing premier technical training in the world of modern mechanics by pursuing industry alliances, providing outstanding training equipment and focusing on the needs of individual students. An Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) college, OTC and its PowerSport Institute branch campus encompass nearly 800,000 sq. feet of classroom and workshop space. Drawing students from all over the United States, OTC offers technician training programs in Automotive, Diesel, Auto-Diesel, Collision Repair, Classic Car Restoration, Rod & Custom, High Performance and Racing, Welding and PowerSport Technology as well as specialization in BMW, Custom Paint and Graphics and Power Generator Systems.  Motorcycle technician training is provided through the PowerSport Institute, a branch campus of OTC in North Randall, Ohio. For more information, write to Ohio Technical College at 1374 E. 51st St. Cleveland, Ohio, 44103; call 800.322.7000 ext. 120; or visit www.ohiotech.edu.

 

SOURCE Ohio Technical College



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