NOW ACCEPTING Registration forms for APRIL 12 & 13 GED ONLY Orientation
WCJC ABE T3 Program
"Teach, Train, and Transition for a brighter future by
improving basic or ESL skills, obtaining a GED, and preparing for a future career at the same time"
The T3 program is for students with or without a GED/Diploma. T3 offers the opportunity to concurrently build the skills needed (ABE, ESL, GED); while preparing for the future. T3 interests may complete an interest form online.
TABE 9 testing is now being offered monthly for individuals interested in the T3 program that have not been tested this school year (since August 2012); scoring requirements required to be considered for the T3 program. Contact Adult Basic Education office for more information at 979-532-6458.
Current T3 Programs:
Administrative Assistant, Automotive Technology,
Cosmetology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Engineering Design: Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD), Medical Office Specialist, and Personal Computer Technical Support Specialist
WCJC ABE conducts Adult Basic Education and Adult Secondary classes throughout Colorado, Fort Bend, Matagorda, and Wharton counties. Our program delivers instruction for GED preparation; improves basic academic skills such as reading, math, and writing; and develops speaking and writing communication skills for ESL students. WCJC Adult Basic Education offers courses during the day and evenings to accommodate the busy schedules of our students. All instructional services, including books, are free.
WCJC Adult Basic Education offers GED instruction within a supportive classroom setting for our students. Our highly-qualified teaching staff prepares students to pass their GED test and provides encouragement for students who wish to continue their education. Career and financial counseling services are made available during class time.
Our ABE program’s ESL classes are designed for non-English learners and include instruction on proper pronunciation and use of English language structures. Classes will help ESL students to become more effective in conversation by focusing on strategies for initiating conversation, using functional language, and improving listening skills. Highly-qualified faculty will target grammar trouble spots in speaking, writing, and common pronunciation errors.