The off-campus Adult Learning Center offers English as a Second Language (ESL) to help non-native English speakers improve their English language skills. The classes also aim to help adults acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain employment, become full partners in the educational development of their children, improve economic opportunities for their family, and aid in the transition to postsecondary education and training. The program begins with an orientation and reading and listening tests that determine the student’s skill level. Instructors meet with students individually throughout the session to ensure goals are met. Some adult learners have found that doing online courses such as Effortless English Club easier to fit around their everyday life, while they learn the language. Some learnings also benefit from a free crossword puzzle maker consider using one when you want to reinforce what you’ve already learned to share with others.
The Center offers multiple levels of classes in the fall, spring, and summer. Classes meet for ten to twelve weeks for two hours each day, Monday through Thursday. Classes are available in both mornings and evenings.
ESL students can also take a US citizenship class that meets one hour a week.
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The Center also offers GED preparatory courses in English and Spanish. Classes meet 10 am to 12 pm and 5 to 7 pm, Monday through Thursday.
Accelerating Opportunity: Kansas (AO-K) provides an opportunity for adults to gain new skills for a good job. With education and credentials beyond high school, students have better options in today’s economy.
AO-K serves adults with families and people who haven’t been in school in years. Even if you didn’t finish high school or earn your high school diploma, you can find a path to success in today’s workplace!
This is a perfect program if you need a GED and a job, and you need both fast.
You’ll simultaneously receive academic instruction and earn in-demand technical certificates to launch a successful career.
AO-K uses a team-teaching approach to maximize individual attention and success. A specialized teaching team will help you improve your basic reading, writing and math skills within the context of career technical training. Students can choose from a variety of short-term certificate programs building to associate degrees to gain the credentials and skills needed to secure good, family-sustaining jobs and long lasting career opportunities.
You may even qualify for full tuition for pathway courses.
Current pathways include:
For more information please call DC3 Adult Learning Center: (620) 225-0186 or contact through email: Brandie Ferguson email@example.com or April Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adult Learning Center serves individuals 16 and older. Participants who are 16 or 17 must have a disclaimer from the high school in their resident district.
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700 Avenue G
Dodge City, KS 67801