ADULT / EVENING PROGRAMMING NOW OFFERED AT THE GRANT COUNTY SCHOOLS CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER
In addition to the opportunities provided for traditional Grant County High School students, the CTC is now prepared to provide similar opportunities to the community's adult population. Starting in the Fall of 2014, evening classes which lead to industry-recognized certifications in the following fields will be offered at the Grant County Schools Career and Technology Center:
> Medicaid Nurse Assistant / Certified Nursing Assistant,
> Mechatronics (a component of advanced manufacturing), and
> Welding: AWS Sense - Level I (Entry Welder)
These programs lead to careers in fields that are considered to be in high demand for the Northern Kentucky region and provide long-term employment opportunities.
The classes to be offered at the Grant County Schools CTC are very competitively priced and feature the same curriculum, assessment, and certification as provided by other regional post-secondary institutions. Additionally, thanks to partnerships with the Northern Kentucky Area Development District / Workforce Development Board, the Grant County Career Advancement Center, and their supporting agencies, it is possible that individuals may qualify for certain workforce development funds that will provide this training at no or reduced cost. To determine eligibility for workforce development funds, please contact Katrina Harris-Greene at 859.813.8124. Additional information about the courses currently offered may be found by clicking the desired link at right.
Registration deadline for Fall, 2014, classes: September 16, 2014
Registration documents/instructions may be found at right.