APPLIED CYBERSECURITY - STARTING IN JANUARY 2013!
The Applied Cybersecurity program is a 10-month classroom and hands-on program of study that will prepare students to take the CompTIA Security+ examination. Graduates of this new program will be well prepared for entry-level employment as Information Security Technicians. The Applied Cybersecurity program will focus on providing a well-rounded and solid foundation for entry into this exciting and growing career field. Click here to learn more!
CTAE IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2013 CAREER AND TECHNICAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
Now is the time to apply to one of CTAE's 20 career and technical training programs. A new career may not only lead to new employment opportunities, but may upgrade your lifestyle. We offer 20 different training programs including culinary, medical assisting, medical clinical laboratory technician, firefighting, medical coding/billing, massage therapy, and cosmetology; just to name a few. Most programs can be completed in less than one year, and offer four-day class weeks for those who wish to work while in school. Visit each of our program webpages and find your new career. Stop by CTAE today to pick up an application, and you may soon be on your way to a new career.
Computer and Recreational/Leisure Course Schedule (SPRING 2013)
Career and technical ProgramS SCHEDULE SUMMARY (2012-2013)
Due to changes in scheduling, several classes have changed start or end dates and fees. Please review the current Career and Technical Programs Schedule Summary for the most current information.
CHANGES TO THE ABE/GED AND ESOL PROGRAMS
As of July 1, 2011, the state of Florida has mandated changes to the ABE/GED and ESOL programs that will require students to make a monetary investment towards their education. Community Technical & Adult Education’s ABE/GED and ESOL program classes will require Florida residents to pay $45 per semester tuition fee and a one-time $10 registration fee*. Non-residents will have to pay a higher semester tuition fee. In addition to the tuition fee, some classes have undergone curriculum and schedule modifications to improve the effectiveness of instruction. All new students to each program will continue to attend orientations prior to the start of a session. To view the details regarding changes to the ABE/GED program, please click here. To view the details regarding changes to the ESOL program, please click here.
Live Your Dreams!
Discover 20 outstanding career programs or expand your horizons with computer training and recreational courses. Take a nails specialty course, study Windows Vista, QuickBooks Pro and PowerPoint 2007, or explore your creative side with evening courses in jewelry making, pottery, basket weaving, stained glass and much more!
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Prospective students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine financial aid eligibility. For more information contact Bille Strodl, Financial Aid Officer at CTAE, by phone at 671-7200 or via email at Billie.Strodl@marion.k12.fl.us.