|Penta taking registrations for Adult & Continuing Ed classes|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 03 August 2013 08:12|
PERRYSBURG - Registration is under way for full and part-time programs at Penta Career Center, Adult & Continuing Education.
Full-time programs begin Aug. 14 but many of Penta's part-time courses have flexible starting dates.
Full-time programs include Auto Body Collision Repair; Automotive Technologies; Builder, Contractor and Remodeler Technologies; Machine Trades; Heating, Ventilation, Air Condition-ing/Refrigeration (HVAC/R); and Welding.
Penta also offers courses in the health occupations area and include job training programs in Dietary Management and State Certified Nurse Aide (STNA).
Adults interested in part-time training at Penta can register for several programs and courses such as Pharmacy Technician; Medical Coding; Computer Technology; Small Engine Repair; Pressure Boiler Systems; and Builder, Contractor & Remodeler Technologies.
Apprenticeship training is available in areas such as plumbing, millwrights, and machine trades.
For companies and businesses, Penta Adult & Continuing Education's Corporate Services Group offers professional training and consulting services at a reasonable cost.
The Corporate Services Group provides resources in the areas of human resource development; information technology; and industrial training.
Penta Adult & Continuing Education also offers more than 300 affordable online courses in areas such as writing, computers, finance, and marketing and are available for $89 per six-week course.
Adults who want to improve their reading, writing, and math skills or study for the GED and/or the Compass/Accuplacer College Entrance exams can register for Penta's Adult Basic Education programs.
To register for any of the programs, call (419) 661-6555 or stop by the Adult & Continuing Education office, 9301 Buck Road, Perrysburg.
Additional information is available by visiting www.pentacareercenter.org and clicking on "Adult Education." Financial aid is available for students who qualify.
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