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Continuing Education

GNTC’s Continuing Education division provides training opportunities for individuals looking to grow and advance their skills for the workplace. Whether you want to explore a different career path or further improve upon your skills, continuing education has a lot to offer. Our knowledgeable instructors, with years of relatable industry experience, are ready and eager to help you succeed.

Continuing education courses are short-term classes developed based on industry input and demand. Currently, continuing education offers courses in technical skills, workplace safety, leadership development, computer skills, CPR and Life Support, and Licensure Renewals. Students who successfully complete training receive a Certificate of Completion, and in some cases, obtain an industry-recognized credential.

For more information regarding Continuing Education courses and the information provided, please contact Patty Hart, Director of Economic Development for Continuing Education.

Open Enrollment Schedule

GNTC promotes and offers professional continuing education courses through its Open Enrollment Schedule.

Online Courses

Vendor Partnerships

GNTC’s Office of Economic Development is proud to collaborate with third-party vendors to offer a variety of online training options to meet a wide range of needs.

Testing

GNTC promotes and offers professional continuing education courses through its Open Enrollment Schedule.

ACT WorkKeys® Assessments

WorkKeys® assesses your “real world” skills. Core assessment measures skills in Workplace Documents (replaced Reading for Information), Applied Mathematics, and Graphic Literacy (replaced Locating Information), three skills that are highly important to the majority of jobs in the workplace. WorkKeys® measures skills that employers consider essential to success on the job. Having a skills credential that is locally and nationally recognized facilitates job placement, retention, and advancement. Scores are available at the end of the testing session.

Registration Process

  • Photo ID and payment are required at the time of testing.
  • Please email us at Economic Development or by calling 706-764-3591 to schedule an appointment.
     

Assessment Fees

  • $75.00 for all three Standard Assessments: Workplace Documents, Applied Mathematics, & Graphic Literacy
  • Single assessments (for example if you want to re-take one part to get a better score) are as follows: One - $30.00, Two - $55.00, Three - $75.00

Georgia Pest Control Exam

The Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Structural Pest Control Commission has partnered with the Technical College System of Georgia to offer computerized administration of the Structural Pest Control Examinations. Examinees can take the following three types of examinations listed below:

  • Employee Registration Examination
  • Commercial Examination
  • Certification Examination
     

For more information concerning qualifications to take these exams please review the Georgia Pest Exam website.

Registration Process

  1. Schedule your exam by going to the Georgia Pesticide Exam site. Make note of your selected campus, date, and time.
  2. Print your application and acquire all applicable signatures. This document may be uploaded as an attachment during the registration process below.
  3. Payment may be made upon arrival on the test date with a credit/debit card. If pre-registering, be sure to select the same campus for which you scheduled through the GA Pest Exam website.
  4. On the test date, please bring a valid government-issued photo ID.
  5. Your application with all applicable signatures will be required upon arrival on the test date if not previously uploaded during the registration process.
  6. Results will be provided immediately following test completion.