provides both academic and vocational training to young adults. Graduates
from the program need to show basic competency in both of these areas.
Center training programs provide more individualized instruction than more
traditional educational settings and allow trainees the opportunity to
complete their high school diploma or GED. Advanced college training
is available to those individuals meeting the requirements. In addition
to basic math and reading classes, trainees also benefit from instruction
in driver's education, interpersonal skills and workplace communications.
|Each vocational program
teaches specific skills approved by the U.S. Department of Labor. Training
Achievement Records (TARs) are maintained on each trainee during his/her
vocational instruction to monitor progress and determine individual proficiency.