Career & Technical Education

  • Career & Technical Education (CTE) is primarily one and two year programs and are designed to prepare individuals for the workplace through formalized educational experiences.  Students who choose to continue their education past the two-year degrees have the opportunity to pursue a bachelor degree in their selected field through the School of Professional Studies.
  • Individuals who pursue a one- or two-year degree through CTE in either the Business Technology & Service Division or the Technical & Industrial Division gain skills to go immediately into the workforce as workers or technicians in exciting, new, and recognized occupations.
  • People who are already in the workforce may take specialized classes through the Workforce Training Program  to further develop their skills and knowledge-base.
  • Adults transitioning into college and/or preparing for the GED participate in the Adult Learning Center programs and services.

CTE students can access free resources to assist with study habits and improve your overall college success through the Learning Resource Center.

CTE Early College prepares high school students for a smooth transition to college through a variety of career and college services.

Grangeville and Orofino Outreach Centers are the LCSC campus connection to some north central Idaho's rural communities.  They provide a personalized introduction to what LCSC has to offer along with student support services.

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What is Career & Technical Education?

Business Technology & Service Division

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The programs in the Business Technology & Service Division offer training in workplace skills and technology for careers in business and office occupations, accounting, law, medicine, early childhood, hospitality, graphic communications, and web design and development. Students are offered options for certificates, associate’s degrees, or bachelor’s degrees in these disciplines.  

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Technical & Industrial Division

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The Technical & Industrial Division is under the Dean of Career & Technical Programs. Students are provided with the technical knowledge, specialized skills, proper attitudes, and safe work habits to enter the labor market.

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Adult Learning Center

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The Adult Learning Center provides quality instruction in reading, writing, math, and the English Language to help adults transition into college and/or prepare for the GED tests. Services are available in Grangeville, Lewiston, Moscow and Orofino.

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Workforce Training

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Workforce Training offers short term, non-credit, cost friendly classes for workers who have lost their jobs, workers looking for upgrade training, people wanting to increase their skills or businesses wanting custom classes for their employees.  Classes are offered in a classroom, online and correspondence.  Call us today 208.792.2388

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