By Charles Warner
UNION COUNTY — Classes ranging from welding to English and math and workshops on administration, business etiquette, and customer service will be among the course offered during the fall semester at the Union County Advanced Technology Center.
Site Coordinator Kathy Jo Lancaster announced Tuesday that the fall semester at the UCATC will begin Monday, Aug. 17 with registration for the semester on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
“We will have on-site registration for the fall semester here at the UCATC on August 11 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.” Lancaster said. “Students may complete the admission process that day, register for classes, pay tuition and fees, and purchase books.”
In addition to signing up to take classes at the UCATC, Lancaster said students planning to attend any of the other Spartanburg Community College campuses may also register at the center on Aug. 11.
“Regardless of what SCC campus the student plans to attend, they are welcome to come by the Advanced Technology Center and complete whatever is needed prior to the first day of class,” Lancaster said.
The classes offered at the UCATC during the fall semester include:
• Industrial Safety
• Hand and Power Tool Operations
• College Orientation
• Introduction To Computers
The welding course is the most popular course offering at UCATC with morning and afternoon classes. There are 15 slots in each class and, according to Lancaster, a waiting list of prospective students interested in enrolling.
As part of the Spartanburg Community College system, the UCATC will also be offering the following workshops presented by the SCC’s Corporate & Community Education Division:
• Administrative Support Skills
• Business Etiquette
• Customer Service
• Generational Gaps
• Project Management
• Supply Chain Management
• Train The Trainer
• Lean 101: This Stuff Works
For more information about the fall semester at the Union County Advanced Technology Center and the courses and workshops offered call 864-466-1060.
Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090 or [email protected]