Technical Training Programs

Prepare For A Job In Two Years Or Less!

The Career, Technical and Workforce Education (CTWE) Division at Copiah-Lincoln has many services and opportunities for our district. Career and Technical Education prepares students of all ages for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. Students receive the skills, knowledge, and training necessary to be career-ready.


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Choose from twenty-six programs and three campus locations to begin your career. For more information:   




Do You Have Work Experience That Could Be Counted As College Credit?

Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) is a process that enables learners to demonstrate what they have learned and translate that learning into college credit.  CPL validates knowledge acquired through life experience, work experience, military experience, civic engagement, individual study and reading, and participation in classes or training sponsored by business and industry, professional organizations or government agencies.  Credit is awarded for college-level knowledge gained from experience and not for the experience itself. College-level learning is validated through CPL when learners prove their mastery of the knowledge, skills, competencies, and abilities in a specific area of study offered by the college. 



Participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) may qualify for tuition assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment & Training Program (SNAP E&T).

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment & Training Program (SNAP E&T) is intended to provide financial assistance to students who are enrolled in a career, technical or workforce program of study at Co-Lin and are SNAP eligible. Participants may not be eligible for other forms of financial aid such as Pell grants, other federal grants, or scholarships to participate.

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