The electronics engineering technology curriculum provides instruction in the fundamentals of modern electronics theory, with emphasis on the application of theoretical principles to actual electronic devices, circuits and systems.
The Student Accounting Association has the objective of exposing students to the various professions and opportunities available in the accounting field. It serves as an umbrella organization to include the student chapters of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), and the Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA). Students have the opportunity to become members of these professional organizations to enhance their knowledge and prepare them for their new professions. Additional benefits of student membership include the networking and mentoring opportunities that may arise due to the involvement of local professionals in the activities of the organization.
This Culinary Arts program offers practical training that follows the guidelines of the American Culinary Federation. You’ll have the opportunity to learn fundamental, intermediate, and advanced culinary skills — and find out how to make a living doing what you love. Plus, unlike some culinary arts colleges, you’ll be working in the kitchen on day one!
In-depth computer courses will help prepare you for the technical aspects of working in business. Professionalism is an important part of the curriculum, too; you will learn the importance of punctuality, dress code, professional etiquette and other skill sets necessary to be an effective professional.
This program is designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment as multi-skilled medical assistants who work with and under the direction of a physician in either or both the clinical and administrative aspects of the physician’s office or other medical setting. This program focuses on clinical techniques including examining room procedures, obtaining vital signs and medical histories, performing routine laboratory procedures, sterilizing and maintaining equipment, and the proper techniques for administering medications/immunizations as directed by the physician and in accordance with State practice acts, combined with administrative functions and duties. Before graduation from the program, students complete an externship in a physician’s office, clinic, or other healthcare facility under the supervision of a physician, nurse, or health services professional.
Works with individuals to explore vocational interests and develop a career plan based on the individual’s personal goals: Job Search Assistance, Workshops, Job & Resource Fairs, Professional Development, Educational & Wellness Seminars, Networking & Employment Opportunities, Resume Development, Interviewing Skills Development, Computer & Internet Access, Fax and Copy Service, Financial Literacy Classes, Community Resource Information. Open Monday-Thursday 9a-5p.
Cognitive Rehabilitation: Instructor will teach the individual cognitive strategies to work with identified deficits in areas such as organizational skills, time management, memory problems, etc. Independent Living Skills: Relearning the skills necessary to live independently. Literacy: Instructor will work with individuals who need academic remediation to secure a GED, return to school, or function on the job. Personal and Social Adjustment: A Licensed Professional Counselor is available to work one-on-one to address changes in personality and behavior. Employment Services: Work Adjustment Training, Job Readiness, Job Coaching, Job Development, and Job Modification can assist in returning to the labor market. Health Care Services: Through partnerships and collaborations, services such as speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy are available. Peer Support Group: The local Brain Injury Support Group meets at ADVANCE every month.
Learn how to prepare an effective resume and develop interviewing and networking skills, Use computers and job boards to search for jobs, Use FAX and copy machines for applications, resumes, etc., Learn how to prepare an effective cover letter to go with your resume, Use phones to call employers, Utilize staff to assist with job searches and obtain job leads, Attend a career services workshop
Community Employment Services offers individuals the opportunity to work in the community while receiving support and supervision from staff. These services include customized job development, individualized job placement, and on-going long term support. Prior to employment, individuals seeking community jobs are asked to participate in the Job Skills Workshop led by CES staff which covers the interview process, workplace conduct, problem-solving, and much more.
People need to earn a GED® for a lot of reasons, and we know yours is very important. Our classes are designed to meet your needs, and our instruction will be focused where you know you need help. Our classes are interactive, utilize technology, and are offered at our campuses and community partner sites to provide you access no matter where you live.
The PCT program prepares Certified Nurse Aides (CNAs) to advance their career in the health care industry. The Patient Care Technician works under the supervision of nursing or medical staff to provide basic patient care, including recording vital signs, EKG and phlebotomy procedures in a variety of healthcare environments. This program consists of classroom/lab instruction and supervised/preceptor externship experience. The externship portion of training is conducted off campus at a medical facility or a clinic where theoretical and practical skills are integrated. The externship program provides an opportunity for the student to observe, assist, learn and perform patient care services.
Adult and Community Education (ACE) at Royce Learning Center is a program designed for adult learners of all ages and abilities. ACE uses an individualized, learner centered approach with an understanding that each learner has a different motivation for seeking education. All of our adult learners work with a certified teacher to create an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) that will target the needed skills. We offer: GED and Pre-GED test preparation, Armed Services Vocational Assessment Battery (ASVAB) test, Georgia High School Graduation test, Police, Firefighter, EMT exams, Technical school and college entrance exams, CDL or other written license tests, Reading skills, Writing skills, Math skills, Computer skills, and other general workplace test preparation.
The MCSA on Windows Server certification enables you to demonstrate your expertise with Windows Server and inspire confidence in clients and employers. Prove your ability to analyze business requirements for information systems solutions and validate your expertise in designing and implementing infrastructures based on Windows Server. Jobs: Systems Administrator, Network Administrator, Computer Technical Specialist, Network Analyst.
CompTia Security+ is an international, vendor-neutral certification that proves competency in system security, network infrastructure, access control and organizational security. Major organizations that employ CompTia Security+ certified staff includes Booz Allen Hamilton, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Motorola, Symantec, Telstra, Hitachi, Ricoh, Lockheed Martin, Unisys, Hilton Hotels Corp., General Mills, the U.S. Navy, Army, Air Force and Marines.
IT success stories start with CompTIA A+ certification. It validates understanding of the most common hardware and software technologies in business and certifies the skills necessary to support complex IT infrastructures. CompTIA A+ is a powerful credential that helps IT professionals worldwide ignite their IT career.