Division of Adult & Workforce Education


Education and Training - One Stop Classes - Online Classes



One Stop Classes (CTC)

Community Technology Centers (CTC) provide access to technology for various disadvantaged members of our society. The program provides students with the basic educational services and technical skills and knowledge that they will need to empower themselves and improve their communities. CTCs offer programs that serve these populations, by offering technology skills training in the use of software and the Internet.

The CTC approach brings high quality education directly into neighborhood one-stop career centers, and other community locations. CTCs combine classroom instruction with high-speed computer labs to offer flexible, personalized learning opportunities.

  • A teacher at your side for guidance
  • Online instruction at your own page
  • A full menu of courses to suit your needs: Orientation to Computers, Workforce Readiness, Adult Basic Education, GED, and more.

 

CTC PROGRAMS ARE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE TO ELIGIBLE INDIVIDUALS

For more information call us at 305 548-4044 or visit us at
http://www.tecmiami.com/TLC to get additional information.

 

 

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      CTC Pamphlet

 

Online Classes (TLC) ""

The mission of The Learning Center (TLC) Online at The English Center is to provide workforce development related Adult Basic Education (ABE), GED Preparation, and post-secondary adult vocational programs to adults by crossing traditional geographic boundaries through the use of evolving Internet and computer-based technology. The key element of instruction at the school is the student/teacher interaction through e-mail, telephone class, and sometimes face-to-face contact.

 

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District/School Operations, Division of Adult and Workforce Education
750 NW 20 Street, Room A-120, Miami, FL 33127
Phone: 305-548-4044 - Fax: 305-545-3052
M-DCPS : 1450 NE 2nd Ave. : Miami, FL 33132 : Phone: (305) 995-1000 (For Non Technical Questions Only) Copyright 2013
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