Adult Education

Phone

(978) 441-4870

Fax

(978) 441-5388

MISSION STATEMENT

Geater Lowell Technical School Adult Post Secondary Programs commit to provide students with a dynamic academic and technical education to prepare them with the knowledge, skills and attributes needed to be successful in their chosen profession.  We prepare and encourage students to be lifelong learners while realizing and pursuing their individual potential for personal and professional success.

Adults can take individual job-related courses at night or spend days or evenings in more intensive career training programs that lead to Occupational Certificates.

To request information about our programs:

Email: jsilk@gltech.org

Write: Greater Lowell Technical School, 250 Pawtucket Boulevard, Tyngsboro, MA  01879

Call:  (978) 441-4874

 

Greater Lowell offers a variety of choices for those interested in improving job skills, changing careers or simply pursuing a leisure-time interest.  Students can earn certificates of completion in many of the courses. Fall and winter/spring courses are offered.
 

Personal Enrichment Courses
Automotive Fundamentals
Basic Jewelry Crafting & Design
Digital Photography using Adobe Photoshop
Extreme Couponing

Computer Training Courses
Microsoft Office Software Package: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access
Introduction to CADD
Introduction to Computers
Introduction to SolidWorks
Introductory to Visual Basic for Applications

Postsecondary Career Courses
Nurse Assistant Training Program
EKG
Medical Insurance Billing/Coding
Medical Terminology
Nail Certification/Licensure Course
Phlebotomy (Theory class)

Trade Preparation Courses
Basic and Advanced Welding
Electrical Journeyman and Masters Continuing Education
Electrical Code Review
Introduction to CNC Machining (Spring semester)
Machine Technology I (Fall semester)
Nail Certification/Licensure Course
Plumbing Journeyman and Masters
Plumbing Continuing Education Session #6
ServSafe
 

Greater Lowell Technical School is an equal educational opportunity employer/educator and is in compliance with Title IX, Chapter 622, Section 504.

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