The mission of Central Georgia Technical College's Adult Education Program (AEP) is to help each student acquire the basic skills - writing, computation, speaking, and listening - necessary to compete successfully in today's workplace, to strengthen individual character and family foundations, and to exercise full citizenship.
Central Georgia Technical College's AEP provides educational support with basic skills, Pre-GED, GED preparation, job-related skills construction, family literacy, and English literacy programs, at no cost to the student, at locations in Bibb, Baldwin, Crawford, Jones, Monroe, Putnam, and Twiggs counties. The AEP strives to enhance the quality of life for any adult, 16-years of age or older, by improving his/her ability to read, write, compute, speak, listen and to development English literacy skills.
Each participant is evaluated and assigned a self-paced individualized educational plan to promote optimum growth. Technology and volunteerism are strong components of the program.
Funding is provided by federal, state and local sources as well as private grants and foundations. Local businesses and industries support the program through various contributions to include access to the facilities at no cost to them, designated staffing, GED test scholarships, and other services.
For more information about Central Georgia technical College's adult education programs, call (478) 929-6789 or
(478) 7576-669. To become a volunteer in the program, call (478) 757-2568.