Welcome to the world of Adult Education. The future is bright!
Let MGTC start you on the right road to your future. Middle Georgia Technical College provides free basic and secondary level instruction for adults, through the adult education program. The on-campus literacy center is open Monday-Thursday. There are eleven additional adult education centers located throughout Houston, Dooly, Peach, and Pulaski counties. Evening classes are also available in these counties for your convenience. Anyone interested in registering for these classes should contact the Adult Education Office at (478) 929-6789 or 988-6851.
How much does it cost?
There is no cost to you. Classes and books are provided at no charge. There is a $160.00 initial testing fee and a $32.00 per section retest fee for the GED examination. There are 5 sections on the test. Pre-registration is required.
How can you help?
Volunteer to help as a one-on-one tutor, small group tutor, teacher assistant, clerical/office assistant, or in many other areas. Contact the volunteer coordinator today at (478) 929-6789.
The English Literacy/Civics Education Program
EL/Civics provides classes to the non-English speaking population. Classes are offered at three levels:
- Beginning or Conversational
We currently have several locations within a four county area (Dooly, Houston, Peach, and Pulaski) that offer ESL classes.
Citizenship and life skills are also available. Some classes are located in local churches. All classes are free.
Family Literacy Programs
Providing opportunities for parents and children to improve their literacy skills in a positive environment. There are four components to the program:
- Adult Education --- Prepares parents in reading, math, and writing skills and GED preparation.
- Childhood Education --- Focuses on literacy skills for children with an emphasis in reading.
- Parent & Child Together --- Brings the parents and children together to help parents become the child's most important teacher.
- Parent Time --- Offers topics of interest such as life skills, coping skills, job skills and much more.
This program is offered in Houston County at Perry Primary School.
Employees play a major role in the economic development of our community. Addressing the literacy needs of employees can help improve literacy in the workplace. Middle Georgia Technical College provides a customized workplace program to improve the basic skill levels of employees. The program is designed using a functional context approach -- the skills learned are applicable to the workplace. Computer technology is a major asset in the workplace program. State tax credits are available to employers that participate in this education program.
GED® Computer-Based Testing Now Offered At MGTC!!!
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Wednesday.....8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Thursday............3:30 am - 8:30 pm
Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2013
Log on to www.gedcomputer.com or call 1-877-EXAM-GED (Mon-Fri 8am-8pm EST) to register, schedule, and pay for GED tests.
On day of testing, report to:
MIDDLE GEORGIA TECHCNICAL COLLEGE
GED COMPUTER-BASED TESTING LAB
80 Cohen Walker Drive, Warner Robins, GA 31088
**Student Test Histories available in GED testing office at 1311 Corder Rd, if needed, for test-takers who don''t know remaining tests that need to be taken.
**Please contact the GED testing center at 929-6790 or 929-6793 with any questions.
GED® and the GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education.
MGTC's Stephanie Garcia
Selected as TCSG Adult Education Student of the Year
2013 State EAGLE winner Stephanie Garcia (second from left) of Middle Georgia Technical College is pictured with MGTC Vice President of Adult Education Brenda Brown; Brittany Lucas, Garcia's nominating instructor; and MGTC EAGLE program coordinator, Dorothy Ferguson Read the story
For more information regarding the adult education programs, contact the Adult Education office at 478-929-6789.