Adult Basic Education
Adults can review, learn, or improve basic academic skills for employment or educational purposes. Courses are offered in reading, writing, math and computer skills including keyboarding and word processing. Instruction can be a combination of individualized, computer-based, or structured classes, all of which are offered days and evenings. Classes are free of charge; however, registration is required.
- Lakeshore Technical College – GOAL
Apprenticeship is training that combines structured on-the-job training with related instruction and is sponsored by employers, employer associations or labor/management groups that have the ability to hire and train in a working environment.
- WI Department of Workforce Development Apprenticeship website
- Lakeshore Technical College Apprenticeship information
Keyboarding and basic computer skills classes are offered to students participating in the adult education programs. These classes are designed for the adult to become familiar and comfortable with working on a computer through LTC.
The Job Center offers two free Basic Computer Workshops – 1) Computers for Absolute Beginners and 2) Internet and Email Basics. This classes will help you learn to use a mouse, basic Windows features, and basic internet functions. Call for dates/times and to reserve a spot. 920-683-4675
English As A Second Language
Adults will learn to speak, read and write in English. Basic employment skills, math, keyboarding, and citizenship instruction is offered. Students learn English in traditional classroom settings and in a computer lab. Classes are free of charge; however, registration is required.
- Lakeshore Technical College – ESL
Adults can complete a high school credential by earning a GED or HSED. Instruction can be a combination of individualized, computer-based, or structured classes, all of which are offered days and evenings. Classes have a minmal fee and registration is required. Testing fees also apply.
- Lakeshore Technical College – GED/HSED FAQs
High School Completion Programs
Courses are available to complete the requirements for a high school diploma through this supervised, independent study program. This program is done with the approval/coordination of the student’s current or former high school. Registration is required. Fees apply.
LTC College Prep
Lakeshore Technical College provides College Prep and Success courses to aid you in your desire to be at the best you can be when attending college.
To learn dates and times and to register for these classes, call the LTC Receptionist at 920-683-2846. A service fee may apply.
Occupational Skills Training
Individuals who need training to acquire new skills or upgrade their current skills may be eligible for financial assistance. Training must be in a high demand occupation and provided by an approved educational institution. Funding is provided through the Workforce Investment Act.