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Cape Coral Tech­ni­cal Col­lege of­fers plenty of learn­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties

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Small classes, low tu­ition and hands-on learn­ing are three rea­sons why stu­dents are en­rolling at Cape Coral Tech­ni­cal Col­lege (CCTC). Here they can earn cer­tifi­cates and/or li­censes in a va­ri­ety of pro­grams, such as cos­me­tol­ogy, med­i­cal cod­ing/billing and pro­fes­sional culi­nary arts and hospi­tal­ity. All told, CCTC of­fers 16 day­time and full-time pro­grams, most of which can be com­pleted in one year or less. Evening pro­grams in­clude GED (gen­eral equiv­a­lency de­vel­op­ment) and adult ESOL (English for speak­ers of other lan­guages). The classes start at var­i­ous times through­out the year, de­pend­ing on the length of the pro­gram.

Part of the Lee County School District, CCTC’s pro­grams can lead to lu­cra­tive em­ploy­ment. “We of­fer job place­ment sup­port, which along with the col­lege’s high pass rate on in­dus­try cer­ti­fi­ca­tion and li­cen­sure ex­ams, leads to pro­gram place­ment rates over 90 per­cent,” says CCTC direc­tor Judy Johnson.

State and fed­eral fi­nan­cial aid is avail­able. “Our stu­dents grad­u­ate with lit­tle to no col­lege debt,” adds Johnson.

CCTC of­fers a num­ber of full-time, day­time pro­grams, many of which can be com­pleted in two semesters.

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