Tech education night classes to begin in Livingston Parish
LIVINGSTON PARISH - Starting Thursday, night two Livingston Parish high schools will be used for tech education classes.
Livingston Parish Public School System is offering free career tech education night classes for high school credit during the Fall 2018 semester.
The classes are for students who are seeking industry certifications or hope to gain valuable skills as part of their education.
“These classes offer our students a great opportunity to explore their interests in a Career Tech Education course that they may not be able to fit into their regular class schedule,” said Supervisor of Instruction Jody Purvis. “Students can use these classes to advance their certifications and experience toward an industry-based diploma, or they can simply gain valuable life skills. "
-Flying Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Level 1 (1.0 Credit) Aug. 16 – Dec. 4, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6-9 p.m. at Walker High School
-Baking & Pastry (1.0 Credit) Aug. 16 – Dec. 4, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4-7 p.m. at Denham Springs High School
-NCCER Electrical II, Level 2 (1.0 Credit) *Students must have completed NCCER Electrical, Level 1 to enroll Aug. 21 – Dec. 13, Tuesday & Thursdays, 3:30-6:30 p.m. at Live Oak High School
-Operation Spark, Level 1 (0.5 Credit) Aug. 30 – Dec. 13, Thursdays, Time TBA at the Literacy & Technology Center
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