The Eugene Atwood Fund’s Trade/Tech School and Certification/Licensing Interest Free Loan Program for students attending a trade/tech school or acquiring certification/licensing for their career is now open and accepting applications on a rolling basis.
Funding decisions will be at the discretion of the Trade and Technology Committee and based on the amount of funding available. The application process will close to new applicants when the allotted funding has been disbursed and/or on February 28, 2022, whichever comes first. Applications will reopen again in May, 2022 when new funding becomes available.
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CTECS curriculum is fully approved by the State of Connecticut. We work hand-in-hand with the CT Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship Training, and the CT Department of Consumer Protection Occupational Licensing Department to ensure coursework taken is viable and what is required for both industry needs, as well as licensure.
CTECS offers low tuition cost for students, when compared to other schools, and coursework is available at six convenient locations across the state. Learn more about our other locations and course offerings.
We utilize only CT-DCP licensed instructors with real world experience in the trade they teach, and our own in-house OSHA instructors
The mission of the Connecticut Technical Educational and Career System (CTECS) is to provide a world-class, unique and rigorous learning environment for high school students and adult learners.
The Connecticut Technical Educational and Career System continues to be a leading force in the state providing a unique and rigorous learning environment that focuses on both academic and career technical education and meets the needs of Connecticut’s employers.
Norwich Technical High School Apprenticeship Program is a formal training program overseen by the State of Connecticut Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship Training.