• For start and end dates the  Adult Education Calendar
    To apply for a program  Adult Programs Application 

    PROGRAMS OFFERED
    Medical Trainings
    Practical Nursing – $22,093.50 (Tuition $17,767.50 & Program Fees $4,326.00)  
    Medical Assisting ~FLYER – $8,920 (Tuition $7,320.00 & Program Fees $1,600.00) 
    Massage Therapy *Coming Soon – $9,020 (Tuition $7,380.00 & Program Fees $1,700.00)  
    Industry Trainings
    CDL Class A & Class B ~FLYER
    Class A – $5,185 (Tuition $4,800.00 & Program Fees $385.00) 
    Class B – $2,583 (Tuition $2,198.00 & Program Fees $385.00) 

    Heavy Equipment Operator
    *New format coming Soon   
    Combo (CDL Class A & Heavy Equipment Operator) – *New format coming Soon  
    Automotive Tech – $8,220 (Tuition – $7,320.00 & Program Fees – $900.00)  
    HVAC *Coming Soon – $8,320 (Tuition – $7,320.00 & Program Fees – $1,000.00)  
    Welding – $5,422 or $1,843 (Tuition per 100 Hour $1,193.00 & Program Fees per Year $650.00) 
    Students may enroll in the entire program of study (400 hours) or an individual level (100 hours). *Course IV has a pre-requisite.
    Electro-Mechanical Technology (Corporate Training) – To set up training please contact your companies HR department to see if they are set up with our school for the training.
    *The tuition and fee schedule are subject to change at any board meeting throughout the year.

    ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS
    All Adult Programs
    Complete an application and pay the non-refundable registration fee to reserve a seat
    Submit a certified high school transcript or GED (for all Medical Courses and anyone who is applying for Federal Student Loans and/or Grants)
    Submit Background Clearances  
    Have funding sources secured and submit any award letters 10 days prior to starting
    Must be at least 18 years of age
    Have dependable transportation to and from class and clinical sites

    Practical Nursing Program Enrollment Requirements
    Complete the TEAS examination (TEAS scores will be accepted for 5 years)

    CDL Class A & B & Combination Training Programs
    Pass a DOT Physical & Drug Test prior to the start of class (Must be done at LVHN Schuylkill OccMed)
    Have a valid driver’s license
    Have an acceptable driving record (MVR)
    Federal Motor Carriers Fleet Safety Compliance Manual Part 391.11 (section) (a) (2) indicates that the driver shall be able to read and speak the ENGLISH language sufficiently to understand highway traffic signs and signals and directions given in ENGLISH and respond to official inquires.

    Heavy Equipment Operator Training Program
    Pass a DOT Physical & Drug Test prior to the start of class (Must be done at LVHN Schuylkill OccMed)
    Federal Motor Carriers Fleet Safety Compliance Manual Part 391.11 (section) (a) (2) indicates that the driver shall be able to read and speak the ENGLISH language sufficiently to understand highway traffic signs and signals and directions given in ENGLISH and respond to official inquires.

    For more information, please contact admissions at 570-874-1214 or schub@stcenters.org

    Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, passed by Congress in 1990, requires institutions eligible for Title IV funding, under the Higher Education Act of 1965, to provide information freely to the public especially for current and prospective students regarding (1) “completion or graduation rates of certificate- or degree-seeking, full-time students entering that institution”, (2) “graduation/completion rates of all students as well as students receiving athletically-related student aid by race/ethnicity and gender and by sport, and the average completion or graduation rate for the four most recent years”, and (3) institution’s crime statistics.
    For more information, please visit
    http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

    Schuylkill Technology Center Information https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?q=schuylkill+technology+center&s=PA&id=215886#general