2021-2022 Catalog

Admission to Workforce Continuing Education Classes

Any person 18 years of age or a high school graduate may enroll in the Workforce Continuing Education courses. Persons age 16 or 17 years and enrolled in public school may concurrently enroll in selected Workforce Continuing Education courses. Persons age 16 or 17 years and not enrolled in public school are eligible to enroll in certain Workforce Continuing Education courses. The registration form must be accompanied by a notarized petition (Application for Admission of Minor form) of the student’s parents, legal guardian, or other person or agency having legal custody. Persons age 16 or older who are residents of the NC School for the Deaf, Broughton Hospital, J. Iverson Riddle Developmental Center, or Foothills Correctional Institution, none of whom fall under the jurisdiction of the local public schools, may be classified by the administrators of those institutions as “persons with special needs”. These persons may be admitted to certain courses and/or programs with permission of the appropriate institution administrator and approval of the Division of Workforce Continuing Education.