LCCC's newly created Center for Career and Technical Education began in July and is a part of LCCC’s Workforce and Community Development division.
The center will be home to automotive technology, automotive body repair, diesel technology, emergency services including EMT and Paramedic, engineering technology, fire science, homeland security, integrated systems technology and wind energy technology. These credit programs offer associate degrees and certificates of completion for specific areas of study.
The Center for Career and Technical Education’s main office can be found in the Construction Trades Building, Room 121. The center’s dean is Doug Cook, email@example.com.