Nov 20, · The Branch County Adult Education Program has been in existence for many years under various names, the most recently called the Coldwater Adult Education Program. It offers GED Classes at two sites, one in the morning at Michigan Works and one in the afternoon at Coldwater High School. It also offers ESL classes at Coldwater High School in the late afternoon and one at the Lincoln Learning Center . Branch Area Careers Center – All programs including Tot Spot. Normal-Waldron Learning Center, Dorothy Legg Program and Pathways: Normal-Early Education programs (Head Start, Great Start) Bronson, Girard, Lincoln and Quincy: Normal-Adult Education – GED/ESL: Normal-ECSE classrooms in both the BACC Annex Building in Coldwater and at Jennings in Quincy.
Adult Education GED/esl Branch County, Coldwater, Michigan. 36 likes · 2 talking about this. Branch County Adult Education offers free GED and ESL tutoring. Classes are held at Coldwater High Followers: Please call the Adult Services Section at ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE)-. Adult Basic Education provides instruction for reading, language, writing and math skills below the 9. th. grade level for adults with or without a high school credential. ADULT SECONDARY EDUCATION (ASE)-.
Michigan Works! Vista Drive, Coldwater, MI Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency/GED Classes. Tuesday and Thursday, AM PM; This location typically has much smaller class sizes. The Branch Area Careers Center is proud to partner with Kellogg Community College's Industrial Trades Department (RMTC) to offer innovative, non-traditional format skilled trades training programs in the evening. Our training programs are designed to meet the employee training needs of area business and industry.
Driver's Education for Branch County. ADULT COURSES. We are here to help! LLC is Certified by the State of Michigan as a Driver Education Provider. Provider # P Expiration Date: 08/28/ SEND US YOUR QUESTIONS. Didn't find the information you needed? Please fill out the form and we will get back with you as soon as possible. What’s New in Branch County ***State Of Michigan: Stay At Home Executive Order*** You can read the Branch County Daily Press Release here. You can read some of the Stay At Home Executive Questions & Answers here. You can read the Michigan COVID Pandemic Resource Guide here. COVID Testing Does Not Change The Treatment ***Press Release Regarding Branch County Missing: adult education.