Caddo Kiowa Technology Center launches short-term programs website

In an effort to better assist the community with training opportunities, Caddo Kiowa Technology Center launched a new online short-term course platform. This website allows CKTC’s Adult Career Development department to have a larger online presence to serve the district’s educational and training needs.

The goal of the new platform is to provide those interested in training an easier way to learn about CKTC’s short term classes and the exciting opportunities the ACD department has to offer. The new webpage gives better access to the current class offerings, customized programs, enrollment process and ease of finding more information.

“This launch is an exciting time for CKTC in adult education,” said John Noel, Business and Industry Services Director. “This platform is easy to navigate, explains our classes, and is super convenient for enrollment. It has all of the information in one place, which is very important in serving our patrons.”

CKTC’s Adult Career Development department offers a wide variety of learning opportunities. From career advancement courses, hobbies, certifications, to adult basic education, community members can find a class that fits their desired educational interest.

For more information on CKTC’s short-term classes, please visit the site at http://mycktc.coursestorm.com.

Criminal Justice students practice vehicle traffic stop scenarios

Students in the Criminal Justice program at CKTC practiced vehicle traffic stop scenarios in order to get a good understanding of officer safety and proper procedures during this scenario.

 

Criminal Justice instructor Billy Scott explained “We (students) just want to get a good understanding of the safety of the officer when they make the approach to make sure officer safety is key.” The students went through a couple scenarios including one where the vehicle was being reported stolen.

 

The students currently enrolled in Criminal Justice at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center are Heaven Dillon (Apache), Camden Parker (Fort Cobb), Tristen Robinson (Cement), Emily Sumpter (Apache) and Lindy Toppah (Carnegie). The Criminal Justice program at CKTC launched in August of 2020.