- Advanced Manufacturing Technology 60 credits
- General Technology 60 credits
- Hospitality and Tourism Management 60 credits
- Industrial Technology 72 credits
- Basic Business Principles 15 credits
- Child Development Associate 12 credits
- Emergency Medical Technician - Basic 8 credits
- Healthcare Office Skills 18 credits
- Hospitality Skills 15 credits
- HVAC/R Technology Fundamentals 16 credits
- Industrial Equipment Repair 16 credits
- Manufacturing Principles 16 credits
- Nursing Assistant 7 credits
- Welding 10 credits
- Advanced Manufacturing Technology 21 credits
- Industrial Production Technology 31 credits
- Business Technology 36 credits
- Early Childhood Education 45 credits
- Electromechanical Maintenance Technology 38 credits
- Health Information Technology 39 credits
- Hospitality Services 34 credits
- HVAC/R Technology 37 credits
- Practical Nursing 42 credits
- Welding Technology 37 credits
Electrical Apprenticeship Program
UAM-CTC has an Electrical Apprenticeship program that is approved by and registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training (BAT). The apprenticeship classes are open for enrollment any-time throughout the year as apprentices are employed. There is no cost for the program other than a $50 book fee per year. Classes are available for first, second, third, and fourth year apprentices. Interested person should contact UAM-CTC.
Arkansas Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) is an industry partnership with the University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Technology-Crossett (UAM-CTC) campus. The partnership’s purpose is to implement an apprenticeship-style training that will create a pipeline of highly skilled workers in manufacturing production and operations. The Economic Development Foundation is fully engaged to support, promote and provide opportunities for success.
UAM Adult Education
The Adult Education Program at UAM-CTC is designed to strengthen an individual’s academic skills in reading, language, math, and other subjects. The program is open to individuals eighteen (18) years of age or over who are not enrolled in a high school. An applicant for enrollment may be asked to provide proof of age. Enrollment of individuals under the age of 18 is governed by Act 1659 of 2001 and Act 604 of 2003. The program serves non-high school graduates desiring to earn a high school equivalency diploma (GED) as well as high school graduates who need academic refresher courses to prepare for employment tests, college and military entrance tests, etc.
There is no cost for classes in the Adult Education Program, and all classes operate on an open-entry/open-exit basis. Orientation and assessments sessions are scheduled on a regular basis. In Ashley County, adult education classes are offered on the North Crossett UAM-CTC campus and at the UAM Educational Center in Hamburg as well as at other locations -- based on demand. Both day and night classes may be offered if there is sufficient enrollment.
Workforce Alliance for Growth in the Economy (WAGE™)
WAGE™ is a work readiness program designed to ensure that unemployed and underemployed Arkansans have the skills necessary to be successful in the workplace. For more information about this free program, contact the UAM Adult Education Director, Dorissa Kaufman at 870-460-2118 and visit the website http://arcareereducation.org/services