Adult Education

155 Ayers Street Suite #2, Barre VT 05641

Phone: (802)-476-6237

Fax: (802)-476-4045

The Central Vermont Career Center also offers Adult Continuing Education courses. Whether for career preparation or advancement, certification, or personal enrichment, all courses are taught by experts in their fields.



We welcome suggestions, feedback, and ideas!


Email our Adult Education Coordinator Kathi Fuller


2019 Adult Education Class Offerings



Register by using our online form or downloading and printing a registration form using the links on this page. Your registration is not complete and your place in the class is not guaranteed until we receive your course tuition. Please mail your registration to: CVCC Adult Education, 155 Ayers St., Suite 2, Barre, VT 05641 or drop it off in person. We accept checks, cash, or money orders. Unfortunately, we cannot accept credit card payments.



Registration is required at least TWO business days before the course start date.


Financial Aid:

Vermont Student Assistance Corporation offers non-degree grants for some technical center adult education courses. For more information, call VSAC at 1-800-642-3177.


Course Discounts:

For those aged 62 and older, we offer a 10% discount. Other discounts are also available; look for the yellow star graphic in the course listings.


Refunds and Cancellations:

Tuition refunds will be made only if you cancel by contacting the Adult Education Office at least two business days before the beginning of class. CVCC will cancel classes that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements. If this occurs, registrants will be notified and refunds will be made.

CVCC Licensed Nursing Assistant

(LNA) Program


90-Hour Certification Courses at CVCC!


Applicants may be Eligible for VSAC Non-Degree Grant Funding.


CVCC's Adult Education Program is pleased to offer a course of study to prepare students for Vermont licensure as a Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA). The course includes theory, skills, and clinical instruction in preparation for the state LNA examination and certification.


Classes are typically 5 hours long and the total course length is 90 hours: 45 hours of classroom and lab instruction at CVCC; 30 hours of clinical training at Mayo Healthcare in Northfield; and 15 hours of review at CVCC.


For detailed information about how to apply for this program and an overview of what the course involves, please open and read through the attached document above.


A place in the course cannot be guaranteed until we have received all the information required AND $150 deposit.


To sign up or to inquire about this course, contact our coordinator Kathi Fuller at or at the phone number 802-476-6237 ext. 2131.

Click the Document Preview on the right

to download the full information and

registration packet for our LNA Program.

CVCC LNA Course Schedule:

Winter to Spring 2019


The Central Vermont Career Center does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color,

national origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status in

admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.

Click here to read our official Notice of Discrimination as a full document.

Education that works.

Supported by:

Vermont Tech


The Central Vermont Career Center is committed to providing communication materials that are accessible regardless of ability. If you need information in an alternative format, please call us at 802-476-6237.

Click here to read our official Accessibility Statement as a full document.

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