Admissions workshops are scheduled at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 10, Feb. 14 and March 14 at Pike-Lincoln Technical Center (PLTC) on the Pike Co. R-III (Clopton) School campus.
The Clopton school is located on Highway WW about eight miles from U.S. 61, or 25 miles north of Troy and 15 miles south of Bowling Green. This workshop is required for adults with a high school diploma or GED, who may want to enroll in a daytime class at Pike-Lincoln. The attendees will learn about different types of financial aid available to assist them with their educational costs and complete a few short assessments. Allow two hours for the completion of this workshop.
These particular workshop are for those interested in applying for admission into the 2013-14 PLTC Practical Nursing program. Testing and application files must be complete by March in order to schedule an interview and selections for the 11-month PN program will be made in April. Accepted and alternates must attend and pass a two-week math class in July to be eligible to start program in August. Students interested in other PLTC daytime classes with openings generally may enroll at the beginning of each month.
The following daytime classes are offered at PLTC: Administrative Business Technology, Auto Collision, Auto Services, Computer and Networking Technology, Diesel Technology, Digital Design, Paramedic, Practical Nursing and Welding.
Persons seeking information about the workshop or programs available should call Pike-Lincoln Technical Center at (573) 485-2900 ext. 433 (Counselor) or ext. 439 (PN office), e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.pltc.k12.mo.us . Walk-ins are welcome to attend these workshops.