Applied Academics for Adult Education
Applied Academics for Adult Education (AAAE)
Each program at GSTC has a minimum requirement on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). AAAE is available to improve the skills of those students who score below the state minimum required for the program they wish to pursue. Students scoring within two (2) grade levels of the required score will be enrolled in the AAAE program full-time. Upon re-testing and meeting the program requirements, students will be transferred to the technical class full-time. Please note that participation in this class does not meet the full-time status for financial aid. Online AAAE classes require a completion of a minimum of twelve (12) hours per week (Monday - Sunday).
Cost for Florida residents and non-Florida residents is $30 per semester.
TABE Reading Grade Level TABE Math Grade Level TABE Language Grade LevelBusiness/ Information Technology ProgramsAccounting Operations101010Administrative Office Specialist101010Computer Systems & Information Technology9109Cybersecurity9109Network Support Services999Network Systems Administration999Health ProgramsEmergency Medical Technician101010Home Health Aide / Nursing Assistant (Articulated)101010Industrial ProgramsA/C, Refrigeration & Heating Technology9109Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing999Automotive Service Technology9109Aviation Airframe Mechanics10109Commercial Foods & Culinary Arts999Cosmetology988Electricity999Marine Service Technology999Welding Technology999Public Service ProgramsCorrectional OfficerN/AN/AN/ALaw EnforcementN/AN/AN/ACrossover from Correctional Officer to LE OfficerN/AN/AN/ACrossover from LE Officer to Correctional OfficerN/AN/AN/AAcademicsApplied Academics for Adult Education (AAAE)---Adult Basic Education (ABE)5--General Education Development999Apprenticeship ProgramsCourse #OCPsElectrician ApprenticeshipI46032RABCDE
Information concerning the following programs of study is provided to assist the student in planning his/her coursework. For specific, detailed class information, including schedules and costs, please call the Guidance Department and speak with a counselor at (850) 941-6200, ext. 2167, 2116, or 2110.