Georgia Department of Technical & Adult Education
The Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education oversees the state's system of technical colleges, the adult literacy program, and a host of economic and workforce development programs. Georgia’s system of thirty-four technical colleges and four technical divisions at University System colleges provides Georgians with HOPE-eligible career preparation programs at the certificate, diploma, and associate degree levels in over 100 different fields, with many courses available online. Adult literacy providers throughout the state, including most technical colleges, provide literacy training at all levels culminating in GED preparation and testing. The technical colleges also provide customized workforce development training for Georgia companies, including the nationally recognized Quick Start program for new and expanding industries and businesses around the state. More information on these programs and services is available at DTAE’s website, http://www.dtae.org/.
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