Employers need workers with strong basic skills and an ability to adapt to change. Special populations, such as the homeless and incarcerated, must deal with additional challenges in order to lead safe and productive lives. To effectively serve the foundational learning needs of these diverse groups, a learning system that is flexible and responsive is necessary. The WV Adult education programs build skills for success by providing adults with the opportunity to acquire and improve functional skills necessary to enhance the quality of their lives as workers, family members, and citizens.
Technical & Adult Education - West Virginia Department of Education
Berkeley County Adult Learning Center class registration is held on an ongoing basis. Please stop by the Learning Center Monday through Thursday before 10 a. You will need to bring a color ID, such as a driver's license. You will need to complete some paperwork and we will assess your reading, math and language skills. Plan on spending about four hours with us to complete this process.
All industry and skilled jobs require a high school diploma. If you do not have a diploma, you will need to pass the high school equivalency test for your state. Prepare for the high school equivalency test. Classes are available from the low-literacy skill level through diploma prep level. In addition, English as a Second Language classes are also available.