Bristol Adult Education Center recently honored graduates of its Bank Teller Training Program. Eight graduates completed the inaugural program to help individuals embark on careers in the banking industry. At the same time, the program will be instrumental in providing area banks with motivated and knowledgeable candidates to fill these important roles. Program graduates learned about the role of a bank teller, checks and check handling, detailing various transaction processing, and cash handling skills. Bristol Adult Education would like to thank the following community supporters for helping to make the program a success: Thomaston Savings Bank, COCC, Main Street Community Foundation, McPhee Foundation and the Bristol Board of Education.
WorkForce Training ProgramsAll programs are offered in conjunction with any high school completion program and/or to anyone participating in the ESL/Citizenship program.
For specific times call: 860-584-7865 ext 109. See brochure.
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WorkForce Program: Manufacturing
The Bristol Adult Education center has partnered with Rowley Spring and Stamping and others to develp a new pilot program that can help you learn manufacturing skills while you earn a high school diploma. Join our program today and start building your future.
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Bristol Adult Education is in compliance with CT General Statutes Sec 10-71c. All mandated programs are free. We do not charge a fee for any textbooks or materials used in the classroom.
To maintain a safe and secure learning environment that provides all students with the necessary knowledge and skills to complete college, other post high school education or training.
Statement of Non-Discrimination:The Bristol Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups