What is Career and Technological Education (C.T.E)?
Career and Technological Education is an opportunity for students to explore different career fields of interest while earning college credits and industry-specific credentials. Each C.T.E. program follows a specific 3 or 4-course sequence. In addition, students earn over 80 work-based learning hours through our partnerships with such industry leaders as NUWC, Hit the Web, American Safety Programs and Training, the Tiverton Police Department, and Brookdale Sakonnet Bay Assisted Living. Students regularly participate in service and industry projects, internships as well as apprenticeships. In addition to these experiences, students can earn college credits through our partnerships with the University of Rhode Island (URI), Rhode Island College (RIC), and the New England Institute of Technology (NEIT).
What Programs Does Tiverton High School Offer?
1) Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
4) Marine Carpentry Technology
5) Public Safety and Law Enforcement
CTE Program Descriptions
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