50 rows · Fifteen KCTCS colleges are approved Kentucky Adult Education (KYAE) providers for 28 Kentucky counties: Eligible Kentuckians can enroll in free courses online or in an adult education center to brush up on reading, math and other subjects to prepare for college. Visit or call a county adult education center to discuss your options. Kentucky Skills U is committed to providing academic and essential skills instruction to help ensure all Kentucky adults get the education they need.
Learning English as a Second Language. Preparing for college. Preparing for employment. The Bluegrass Community and Technical College Skills U Adult Education program provides free GED® classes in Anderson County, Clark County, Fayette County, and Scott County. These free courses are offered throughout the year. Learn about legislation affecting Kentucky adult education programs across the state.
The Jefferson County Public Schools Adult Basic Education program enables residents 16+ years of age to upgrade their skills, earn a GED® credential, and successfully transition to postsecondary education and/or the workplace. Free morning, afternoon, and evening classes are held at sites across Jefferson County. Adult Learner Programs & Services (ALPS) ALPS at NKU is designed for working adult students in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. Study with your colleagues in accelerated adult-centered education classes taught by seasoned faculty.
The Adult Basic Education Program enables students to upgrade their skills, earn a General Educational Development (GED) credential, and successfully transition to postsecondary education and/or the workplace. Friday, am – pm. OCTC Workforce Solutions, Frederica St., Owensboro, KY Citizenship ESL (available to students who have had their green card for at least 4 years) Call for details: