What is Career and Technical Education?
Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs prepare people of all ages and backgrounds to enter new careers with the skills needed for successful employment. CTE programs serve recent high school graduates, those re-entering the workforce, and those completing a bachelor’s degree and now seeking career entry skills. CTE programs provide students with the opportunity to develop:
- Academic and technical skills needed in their selected industry
- Employability skills such as teamwork, customer relations, and self-management
- Stackable certificates to ensure that every course and credential count towards the completion of a degree.
What industries are part of Career and Technical Education programs?
Where is Career and Technical Education offered?
Laney’s wide ranging CTE programs provide hands-on, project-based learning experiences with industry-specific technology, tools, and equipment. Short-term certificate programs as well as 2-year degree programs (many leading to 4- year degrees) are available. Laney College offers more than 55 CTE programs in nine top industry sectors. Start here and you can go virtually anywhere.
Do Career and Technical Education credits transfer?
Is Career and Technical Education a good option for high school students who do not wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree?
Why should I consider Career and Technical Education?
Laney CTE programs are the perfect fit for those seeking a dynamic learning environment with top instructors, innovative curriculum and state-of-the-art equipment. We partner directly with employers looking for skilled workers in these 9 top industries:
- Building & Construction Trades
- Business & Entrepreneurship
- Digital Media & Communications
- Engineering, Design & Production
- Healthcare & Bioscience
- Hospitality, Retail, & Tourism
- Information & Communication Technology
- Personal Services
- Public Service & Lab
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