Mott Adult Education/ GED Preparation

This GED Preparation program is an alternative to the traditional GED program. The intent of the program is to prepare participants to take and successfully pass the GED exam. The curriculum is designed to help participants improve their basic literacy and workplace skills through the use of technology. It allows for the development and demonstration of a performance-based Adult Education/GED preparation program design that accelerates learning rates and is offered in an open entry-open exit format. A combination of instructional techniques designed to match the learning styles, interests of adult learners and engage participants in intensive learning situations is utilized. Upon passing the GED exam, participants are prepared to pursue personal goals.

Student’s goals may be post-secondary education enrollment, personal achievement of a G.E.D., employment in a job, or advancement to a better job. Work Keys standardized assessment tests are used to measure program outcomes as they relate to determining participant progress toward achieving the established goals in an individual learning plan.

 

TO RESERVE A SPOT CALL 810-232-255

Located in the Mott workforce development building

709 N. Saginaw st

Flint, MI 48503

https://www.mcc.edu/workforce_dev/wfd-adult-education.shtml