Sussex Tech Adult Education
- Post: 08 July 2013
- In: News
Georgetown, Del.—Widener University and Sussex Technical School District, a public Career and Technical Education school district in Georgetown, Del., are expanding their recently announced partnership to include the Widener doctoral degree program in K-12 Educational Leadership: School System Leadership.
Beginning this fall, the program gives individuals who have previously earned a master’s degree the opportunity to transfer up to 24 credits towards the doctoral degree. All courses will be offered either online or through a blended model (online and in a classroom at Sussex Tech), and will be taught by Widener University faculty.
Sussex Technical High School is a two-time Blue Ribbon National School of Excellence and provides a unique, focused, and rigorous educational program for each student. Sussex Tech Adult Division has been serving businesses and industries in the region for over 20 years and currently serves approximately 3,000 students annually. The High School and Extended Learning campus is located at 17099 County Seat Highway, Georgetown, Del. Visit the district’s website at www.sussexvt.k12.de.us for information.
Widener University is a private, metropolitan university that connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement. Dynamic teaching, active scholarship, personal attention, leadership development, and experiential learning are key components of the Widener experience. A comprehensive doctorate-granting university, Widener is comprised of eight schools and colleges that offer liberal arts and sciences and professional and pre-professional curricula leading to associate, baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees. The university's campuses in Chester, Exton, and Harrisburg, Pa., and in Wilmington, Del., serve approximately 6,500 students. Visit the university's website at www.widener.edu for more information.
- Post: 19 June 2013
- In: News
Sussex Tech Adult Education has announced its Fall 2013 course schedule. The schedule of courses can be viewed on the internet at www.SussexTechTraining.net. Copies of the brochure will be distributed throughout the county beginning the week of June 30th.
Again this year, the Sussex Tech Adult Division is offering a variety of courses in several disciplines. Classes include certificate programs in the Health Professions including Electronic Health Records, Pharmacy Technician and Medical Office Clinical. Also, the ever-popular Certified Nursing Assistant program is also available with both day and evening classes.
Need a new direction for your career? Will updating your skills help to get you a raise at work? There are several classes offered for computer training. Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint classes are all available with flexible scheduling formats.
Career and technical training is available in welding, refrigeration, and early care and education. Sussex Tech Adult Education also offers apprenticeship training in electrical trades, plumbing, auto mechanics, and others.
Never earned your high school diploma? It’s never too late. James H. Groves Adult High School at Sussex Tech is the answer.
Sussex Tech Adult Division’s current course catalog contains all the information needed to enroll in these and many other classes that can improve your life. With the proper training, you can be a learner today, and an earner tomorrow.
For more information call 302-856-9035
- Post: 07 June 2013
- In: News
Sussex Technical Adult Division held graduation ceremonies on April 24 for its Medical Assistant Clinical students. The certificate program prepares students for work in a physician’s office or hospital. Students learn anatomy, medical terminology, and clinical skills. They also receive training in efficient office operations. An externship allows students to observe medical assistants in a work setting. Graduates are, left to right: Dawn Stevenson (CCMA), Laurel; Mallory Talbot, Millsboro; and Jennifer Bay, Delmar. For more information about Sussex Tech Adult Division classes, call 302-856-9035 or visit www.SussexTechTraining.net.
- Post: 16 May 2013
- In: News
Adult Education students from throughout Delaware hosted Delaware State Legislators at a covered-dish dinner in Dover on Tuesday, April 23. Legislators had the opportunity to listen to student speakers who told their personal stories and shared their successes as a result of adult education programs.
Students and staff from the James H. Groves Adult High School at Sussex Tech Adult Division attended the dinner. Groves representatives and local legislators enjoying the evening were program coordinator Dr. Tom Keeton of Salisbury, student Ola Waples of Georgetown, State Rep. Bobby Outten of Harrington, student Barbara Pinder of Laurel, State Rep. Harvey Kenton of Milford, student Clementine Savage of Georgetown, State Rep. David Wilson of Lincoln, principal Terri Corder of Greenwood, State Rep. Tim Dukes of Laurel, and State Senator Catherine Cloutier of Heatherbrooke.