Winner, Winner Congratulations to Corey Poling, Auto Tech (left) and and Cody Thompson, Criminal Justice (right). Corey won a drone and Cody won a $50 Wal-mart gift card. Both students attended our orientation and completed their Final Forms which entered them into a random drawing. Tri-County's Adult Education department currently offers access to several medical career courses in an online format. These classes are offered in conjunction with CCI, a leader in the medical training and online education fields. Classwork is done on your schedule from your computer via the internet.
Home» Adult Education» Continuing Education Home» Continuing Education Home. It is the policy of Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School not to discriminate onthe basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, veterans’ status, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness in its educational. Adult Job Training. Adults age 25 and over who are enrolled in Adult Education or other Agency programs are eligible for job training services at Tri-County. We provide assistance with resume writing, job search, interview skills, and skill upgrades.
Tri-County RVTHS seniors celebrated their education, ingenuity and creativity demonstrating projects to the community at the annual Senior Project Fair. The senior projects are a result of the applied knowledge and skills the students have acquired in their career programs. Tri-County OIC is a community-based, non-profit, Federal, State, local, foundation and supporter funded organization, which is part of a greater nationwide alliance of OIC’s.
Can you enroll in daytime, afternoon, or evening classes to achieve your education or work-related goals? Do you need to prepare for the HiSET® or GED® exam? If you answered YES to any of these questions, Tri-County OIC’s Adult Basic Education and HiSET® and GED® Preparation Programs can help you reach your goals. Community Education Students: A school-wide effort for all Tri-Community Adult Education Community Education students to show measurable growth in acquiring skills through teacher-led instruction and class participation to meet personal goals as measured by satisfaction surveys, recidivism, and completion of projects.