Additional Full-Time Adult Ed Programs
The GACTC offers over 25 programs in which adults can be career-ready in as little as nine months. Along with our other full time programs adults may apply to vocational or technical programs taught primarily to high school students. This type of training is referred to as "Intergenerational."
Full-time intergenerational study consists of classes operating five hours daily, from 8:15 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. to 2:40 p.m., for 180 days during the school year. Students have the opportunity to earn industry certifications and learn from our industry-trained staff.
In addition to the technical course of study, students also participate in a shop-related math course and a job readiness course.
Intergenerational students have the opportunity to qualify for the co-op program. The program is scheduled during the fourth quarter of study for full-time intergenerational students. This program provides students the opportunity to gain experience and get a jump start in the career for which they are studying. Participation is granted to those students who maintain good attendance, achieve above average grades, complete school requirements, and obtain their instructor's recommendation. Co-op is under the direct supervision of the school and counts toward graduation requirements. Upon satisfactory completion of all course and attendance requirements, students receive a diploma.