Continuing Education News
Scholarships for Adult Career Training Offered through North Montco Education Foundation
Limited career training scholarships for adults’ in-need are available through the North Montco
Education Foundation. These scholarships provide a chance for adults with limited resources to train
for a high-demand occupation in one of North Montco Technical Career Center’s (North Montco) adult
evening programs. Many adults, including Veterans, are working in jobs with a limited or non-existent
pathway to a self-sustaining family wage. And since the demand for HVAC Technicians, Electricians,
Welders, Machinists, and other technical professions has never been greater, this scholarship and
training opportunity can make a huge impact on one’s future earning capacity. Scholarships are limited,
call today to learn more.
North Montco’s Continuing Education Program offers several high-demand occupation sectors where
students build workplace skills and earn the certifications employers want most: Construction Trades,
Health Care, Engineering, and Manufacturing. Training in all of the programs reflect current industry
trends and advances in technology. Partnerships with business and industry, manufacturing and schools
have kept North Montco’s programs state of the art to meet the demands of local employers.
To learn more, call Denise Collins at (215) 368-1177 (ext: 303) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The classroom theory consists of 30 hours of instruction provided by certified teachers at NMTCC. Classes are scheduled after-school, in the evening and during the summer for students who are approaching their 16th birthday. Students who are 18 or over and are full time students are required to have a permit.
Behind-the-Wheel training consists of 6 hours of actual driving instruction in dual-controlled cars provided by NMTCC. The Drivers Licensing Exam is given during the 6th hour. Eligible students must be 16 years or older, have obtained their learner's permit or license and successfully completed the 30 hours of classroom theory at NMTCC or any other PDE approved location.
The Drivers Licensing Exam can only be given to full time students who have not graduated from high school.
Driver's Education classes are held throughout the year. For more information on the driver's education training program and licensing exam at NMTCC, please contact the Continuing Education Office at 215-855-3931 or by email at email@example.com.
Please note - there may be a waiting time for behind-the-wheel classes. Register early to allow for the wait time.
Use the link below for the registration form: