Full Time Adult Day Program
The Adult Day Division offers the latest specialized, professional training for high-wage, high-demand occupations. Whether you are looking to upgrade your present skills, change your career, or are just starting out, our highly-qualified,
industry-certified instructors can provide you with a practical, hands-on approach to training in fields where skilled employees are needed. For a fraction of the cost of a private training institution, the Adult Day Division offers career
counseling, job placement assistance, and access to state-of-the-art equipment to enable you to master marketable job skills. Financial aid is available for those who qualify (subject to federal regulations). The Bergen County Technical School
District’s reputation and connections with local industry enhance our students’ opportunities for excellent job placement.
The Adult Division cannot guarantee employment. However, BCTS maintains an excellent reputation and has enabled a very high percentage of the program graduates to attain positions in their chosen fields. Students should consult the Adult JOB Opportunity board for job openings (located at The Bergen One-Stop Career Center, 60 State Street, Hackensack) or the following website: www.wnjpin.org
The current student handbook will provide you with information about the school, Admissions, Financial Aid and Information, Assesment and General Policies and Procedures. You will need to download the (free) Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the guide.
Licensure Requirements for Electrical, Plumbing & HVAC-R Trades in NJ
The above occupations require licensure in the State of NJ to work as contractors. Students who attend training programs in these areas may work as an Apprentice. Once they complete their apprenticeship they are called Journeyman. Apprentices and journeymen are allowed to work under the supervision of a licensed electrical, plumbing or HVAC-R Contractor. Journeymen have the opportunity to sit for their licenses after a period of five (5) years (10,000 hours) on the job experience and 576 hours of Related Technical Instruction (classroom coursework), and achieving a passing score on the appropriate NJ licensure exam. Students completing the program and wishing to work without licensure may continue to do so indefinitely as Apprentices or Journeymen, as long as they are working under the direct supervision and authority of a licensed contractor specific to their trade.