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Review the programs of study and any program-specific admission requirements. Complete the FAFSA to apply for the Pell grant, TN Promise scholarship, the TN Reconnect and the Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant.
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Review the programs of study and any program-specific admission requirements.
Complete the FAFSA to apply for the Pell grant, TN Promise scholarship, the TN Reconnect and the Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant.
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*Please call Kim Kidd at 423-663-4900 to complete the application process*
Student Services – Oneida/Huntsville
355 Scott High Drive
Huntsville, TN 37756
phone: 423-663-4900 fax: 423-663-4925
Jennifer Trammell – email@example.com
Kim Kidd – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Boles - email@example.com
Kristi Cornelius - firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability Services: Requesting ADA Accommodations
In order to obtain reasonable accommodations in relation to a qualifying disability, a student should contact Student Services prior to enrollment, or as the need arises, and provide current documentation of the disability. Documentation is defined as a written summary from a professional who is licensed to practice in the field appropriate for diagnosing and/or treating the disability in question. The Tennessee College of Applied Technology will engage in an interactive process with the student to determine appropriate and reasonable accommodation(s) in relation to the documented disability and program requirements. A request form for disability assistance is available by contacting:
Jennifer Trammell - email@example.com
Coordinator of Student Services
355 Scott High Drive
Huntsville, TN 37756
General Admission Requirements
- Program enrollment is based on a first-come, first-served basis by date of completed application. (A completed application includes all items required for enrollment.)
- Persons seeking admission to a college must be at least 18 years of age or have a high school diploma or equivalent. For full-time programs, the applicant must declare an occupational objective and demonstrate reasonable potential for achieving that objective.
- All persons who are required to register for the Federal Draft under 50 U.S.C. App. Section 453 are not eligible to enroll in any post-secondary school until they have registered with selective service.
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Program-Specific Admission Requirements
Educational and admission requirements vary from program to program.
Schedule is Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The Truck Driving Program prepares individuals to build skills in safety practices, operation, vehicle maintenance, and non-vehicle activities associated with truck driving. Instruction includes the operation of vehicles on the interstate, on two-lane highways, in the city, backing and maneuvering. Also included are recordkeeping, and performing pre-trip/post-trip inspections and defensive driving. The course is structured to emulate, as closely as possible, the normal day to day accountabilities of an over the road truck driver. The course is organized and developed to provide training in the following areas: Orientation, organization, vehicle orientation, skill proficiency including; safety, pre/post trip inspections, backing, coupling/uncoupling, road driving (interstate, secondary roads and city). General knowledge skills to include; CDL driving skills, map reading, trip planning, DOT regulations, state regulations, endorsements, logging, substance abuse and blood borne pathogens, weather and road conditions, freight documents, cargo handling, worker characteristics and job search.
Power Line Construction and Maintenance
**Potential students are strongly incouraged to get their CDL permit PRIOR to starting the program.**
Complete and submit the Practical Nursing Application for Enrollment.
Meet the minimum qualifications on the HESI Test.
Submit evidence of a high school diploma, GED, or Hi-SET.
Submit evidence of American Heart Association CPR certification.
Submit three work references or character references.
Submit a health record (physician’s examination report) and immunization records.
Attend a mandatory orientation session.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Licensure Requirements:
Applicant must have completed twelfth grade or have received a GED or Hi-SET.
Applicant must have satisfactorily completed a Practical Nursing program.
School must recommend its graduates as to health, general, and practical nursing education.
Applicant must pass NCLEX to be licensed.
Students are subject to alcohol and drug testing in connection with participation in clinical settings. (See Practical Nurse Handbook for more details.)
Applicant must have a criminal background check completed six (6) months prior to applying for licensure.
Clinical Sites for Practical Nurses:
Mountain People’s Health Clinics
Oneida Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Methodist Medical Center/Covenant Health
Deaconess Home Health
Quality Home Health
Huntsville Manor Nursing & Rehab.
STAND Program—Scott County
Scott County Schools
Dr. Dilip Joshi’s Office
Scott County Health Department (TN Dept. of Health)
Jamestown Regional Medical Center
Quality Home Health, Jamestown
Healthy Life Medical Clinic
Signature HealthCare, Fentress Co.
Amedysis Home Health, Jamestown
Fentress County School System
Grace Primary Care
Pioneer Family Medical Clinic
- Must be 18 years of age and completed at least the 10th grade with 10 high school credits or have a high school diploma or have obtained a score of at least 450 on the GED or HiSET equivalent
- Complete and submit an Application for Enrollment
- Have a definite occupational goal
- Submit evidence of MMR and Varicella immunizations