Some adult classes at ICTC are still opening this session | News


Indian Capital Technology Center offers day and evening classes, which started this week, but it’s not too late to enroll in most programs.

During the day, CTIC offers classes for high school and adult students in two sessions: in the morning, which runs from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., and in the afternoon, which runs from noon to 3 p.m. . secondary education. Adults can attend all day.

Currently, all-day classes are busy, with the exception of Criminal Justice and Auto Repair, which is accepting applicants until the end of next week.

Auto Collision Repair explains how to repair vehicles, as well as how to paint. The school has two spray booths with which they teach how to paint vehicles. Students will also be able to learn other industrial paints.

The Criminal Studies course is for students interested in attending law school, law enforcement, or a paralegal.

In ICTC’s heavy equipment class, which is full, students help the city of Tahlequah make public improvements.

“Our heavy equipment program helped the city with a grant project to clear space for a new park. We work live through our courses. We have students who are actively working on projects, ”said Vicki Bush, director of ICTC.

The school offers many evening classes for adults open to the public on subjects such as IT, resume writing, cybersecurity, interviewing, smartphones, calligraphy, auctioning, beekeeping, dog obedience, digital photography, guitar, poultry farming, leather goods, quilting, short film, stained glass, cake decorating, bus driver training, certified medical assistant, dental assistant, home health care, phlebotomy, forklift certification, home improvement, HVAC, small engine repair, welding, self-defense, Spanish, and more.

“We have adult or evening classes starting. We have certificate programs as well as fun, sewing, woodworking programs, things like that, ”Bush said.

She said that in light of COVID, one of the most popular classes is caring for the elderly at home.

“With older people unable to be safe in different places due to COVID, home health has just flourished. We have evening classes for that, ”said Bush.

Dental hygiene is also popular.

From improving the career path to discovering a new hobby, ICTC offers many options for residents to improve their abilities.

Bush also announced that over the next two years ICTC will innovate for a new campus in Coweta.


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