Adult Education Programs at Tri-County OIC
Want to improve your reading, writing, and/or math skills? Can you enroll in daytime or evening classes? Whether you need to brush up on your basic skills or earn a HiSET® or GED® diploma to advance your career, OIC has a program to suit your needs.
Basic Skills Improvement
Do you want to improve your skills in reading, writing, or math? Can you enroll in daytime, afternoon, or evening classes to achieve your education or work-related goals? Do you need to prepare for the HiSET® or GED® exam? If you answered YES to any of these questions, Tri-County OIC’s Adult Basic Education and HiSET® and GED® Preparation Programs can help you reach your goals.
How Does Oic’s Adult Education Program Meet My Individual Needs?
When you enroll in OIC’s adult education program, we’ll assess your skill levels and place you on the appropriate learning track. OIC teachers work with you to develop an Individualized Education Plan that is tailored to your needs. This plan will guide your instructional activities while you are at OIC.
How Does Adult Basic Education Differ From HiSET and Ged Test Preparation?
Adult Basic Education (ABE) is for students who want to improve basic reading, writing, mathematics, or life skills. HiSET and GED test preparation is designed to help students who have dropped out of high school complete the tests leading to an equivalency diploma.
How Are Classes Conducted?
Students are exposed to a broad spectrum of teaching styles, including:
- classroom instruction
- individualized study
- small group learning
- distance learning
- blended computer workshops
- team teaching
- independent study
What Classes Are Offered?
The OIC Core Curriculum features:
- reading and writing skills
- grammar and punctuation
- vocabulary development
- communication skills
- math and science
- literature and social studies
- career exploration
OIC offers ESL classes to students whose native language is not English. ESL classes are designed to help students better understand the basic structure of the English language. Teachers will help students speak, listen, and write in English. Our ESL classes are contextualized. They are designed to meet the needs of our learners in their everyday lives. What students learn in class can be applied immediately. Classes are held at several locations in Dauphin County. Small group, one-on-one, and distance learning instruction are available.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact OIC at 238-7318 or firstname.lastname@example.org.