Sussex Tech Adult Education
- Post: 29 June 2015
- In: News
The Sussex Tech Adult Education Division has announced their Fall 2015 course schedule. The schedule of courses can be viewed on their website at www.SussexTechTraining.net or may be picked up at a variety of locations throughout Sussex County.
Again, this year the Sussex Tech Adult Education Division is offering a variety of certification courses in high demand health professions fields. Classes include certificate programs for Phlebotomy Technician, Pharmacy Technician and Medical Office Clinical. Also, Certified Nursing Assistant programs are available with both day and evening classes. Many of these classes are approved for funding through the Delaware Department of Labor and or the Governor’s Education Grant thereby reducing tuition costs for the student. Consider one of these certification areas to jump start your career or prepare you for new employment opportunities.
In addition to Health Professions, career and technical training is available in welding, heating/air-conditioning/refrigeration and early care education. Sussex Tech Adult Education also offers apprenticeship training in electrical trades, plumbing, auto mechanics, and other areas.
- Post: 28 May 2015
- In: News
The Sussex Tech Adult Division held its annual apprenticeship training awards ceremony on Thursday, May 7, 2015. During this event, 189 students were honored for advancing in their chosen career training programs. According to Rich Riddle, Industrial Training Coordinator with Sussex Tech, “In an era when skilled craftspeople are in demand, these men and women are securing a brighter future by honing their skills through the apprenticeship training program.”
Apprenticeship classes through Sussex Tech’s Adult Education Division include the following trades: Auto Mechanics, Early Care and Education, Electrical, Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration, Industrial Maintenance, Marine Mechanics, Plumbing, and Welding. If you would like to know more about these training programs, please contact Rich Riddle at (302) 856-9035.
- Post: 21 April 2015
- In: News
Four adult education students from the Sussex Tech Adult Division were recognized at a statewide conference on Saturday, March 28 in Dover. Recognized as Outstanding Adult Education Students were Clara DeLeon Ortiz, Cynthia Mitchell, Mardoqueo Berdo and Tabatha Pablo. The conference was sponsored by the Organization of Adult Alumni Students in Service (OAASIS) and the Delaware Association for Adult and Community Education (DAACE). The students were nominated by their teachers and commended for their dedication to their educational programs.