My name is Vince Green, and I am the Director at the Limestone County Career Tech Center. Here at the LCCTC we are currently offering 21 Programs, from Welding to Cosmetology, and everything in between. If you are interested in any of our offerings, please check out the videos we have posted on the Limestone County Video Link. Feel free to contact us directly at 256-233-6682. We have a great staff which includes a counselor, nurse, instructors, support personnel, and career coaches who can assist you with information about our school.
Currently we are adding a new 27,000 square foot facility to accommodate our Health Science, ROTC, EMT, Law Enforcement, Firefighter, Building Construction, and Electrical Programs. We are also working on implementing a cyber-security class in our IT networking program. We are restructuring our Business Educations programs at the local school to offer a Career Tech Finance Academy. These offerings are scheduled for the 2016-2017 school year. We are also surveying students countywide on their interest in a Utility Lineman Course to be introduced in our Electrical Program.
We are excited about offering the Alabama Simulated Workplace experience in two pilot programs this next year: Diesel Technology and Automotive Repair. This will allow students to practice work skills in an environment designed to teach them how to be successful on a real job site.
Our Career Tech offers students a Work Based Learning Program where students can work, make money, and receive credit at the same time. Work Based Learning is designed to put students to work in a program specific environment. We are currently working with Lyon’s HR to use Pathfinder Alabama to Utilize Local Industry for our WBL program.
In addition to its career technical programs, Limestone County will create the Limestone County Virtual School and Success Academy Programs and add to our Campus. These students will also be able to take advantage of the many career tech programs available. The Limestone County Career Tech Center is a huge part of Limestone County Schools’ plan for educating the students of Limestone County.