Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College is a tremendous educational resource for the whole community, not just college students.
Sign up for our Adult Education programs to earn a GED, build essential job skills, prepare for tests like COMPASS and ASSET, and a get a fresh start on a new, more fulfilling career.
And students of all ages can register for Community Education classes to launch a new hobby, stay in shape, learn new computer software, and brush up on professional skills.
If you own a local business, Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College instructors can come to your office or manufacturing facility to train your employees in advanced job skills like industrial maintenance technology, Lean Simulations, and ISO standards.
Any student who is completing a certificate, diploma, and/or degree by the end of the Fall 2015 term must submit a credential application along with the advisor’s documentation (program check off list) to the Registrar’s Office by October 1, 2015. You may download the credential application by clicking here (http://southcentral.kctcs.edu/en/Admissions/Forms.aspx).
BY BRIAN HANCOCK EDITOR@FRANKLINFAVORITE.COM
It was a day out of the office, so to say, for several kids at the Boys & Girls Club of Franklin-Simpson.Rhonda Barton, who works at SKYCTC as an administrative assistant, plans to bring more kids out to her farm in the future. The college holds ‘Career Craze Camps' during the summer, and an agricultural edition of the camp will be held next year. Middle school students will be invited out to her farm for a day camp over the course of four consecutive days. If interested in any of the Career Craze Camps, contact SKYCTC at 270-901-1000.