Wallace State offers free education to students


Wallace State Community College’s Department of Adult Education offers free training for any student looking for specific skills to enter the workforce.

HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State Community College’s Department of Adult Education, Career and Workforce Development Center, and select on-campus programs are partnering, beginning in January, to offer free training for any student looking for specific skills to enter the job market.

Training is available in automation technician, computer applications, diesel technology, phlebotomy and welding. No high school diploma is required to enroll in courses.

Students interested in the program will take training courses ranging from four to 12 weeks and will be eligible to enter the labor market upon completion. Orientation for these classes is scheduled for Thursday, January 6 at 9 a.m.

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Completed courses can then be transferred as credits into the respective associate degree programs if the student wishes to continue their studies.

Automation technician students can continue to enroll in the Mechatronics, Electronics and Robotics program. Computer science students have the option of entering the degree course in computer science or business administration. Diesel Technology students can continue their education to earn an associate’s degree and their CDLs. Phlebotomy students can apply for the medical laboratory technician program and welding students can pursue studies in the field.

For more information about the January 6 orientation, contact Tia Rutledge at 256.352.8077 or [email protected]

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