Courses of Study
College Preparation-Compass/Asset Referrals
Persons, who apply to Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) and are referred to the Adult Education Program (AEP) to remediate academic skills, must present a copy of their Compass/Asset Test Scores when reporting to the AEP Orientation and Assessment program for enrollment. This information will be used to determine the appropriate assessment strategy. These students are required to complete a minimum of 30 hours of instruction, advance their academic skills at least one level, and demonstrate academic gains of 9.0 grade equivalent or above on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). The Dean of Adult Education will validate completion of requirements so that individuals can enroll and begin credit hour classes at CGTC. Students that do not yet have their High School/GED Diploma will be required to attain this credential prior to beginning credit hour instruction.
General Educational Development (GED) Preparation
Pre-GED and GED preparation classes are provided by Central Georgia Technical College's Adult Education Program at various locations, and are free to participants. More information about GED preparatory classes can be obtained by calling (478) 757-6669 or (478) 929-6789.
Dedra Caldwell (GED Testing)
Pearson Vue Certified Test Administrator
English Literacy/Civics Program
The English Literacy/Civics Program is designed for adults with limited or non- English speaking skills. These classes provide English instruction and additional skills necessary for students to live and work in Georgia. The Adult Education program at Central Georgia Technical College offers various levels of instruction from basic literacy to advanced levels. Help is also offered in obtaining U.S. citizenship.
Contact number for all locations: (478) 757-6670/6671
What does the enrollment process include?
- An Orientation and Assessment session.
- Placement in an appropriate class by the proficiency level of English.
Shree Umiya Mataji Mandir