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Expand your horizons with fun and educational classes.

Some of these classes may even lead you into an exciting new career. Meet and network with those sharing common goals as you while learning a new skill.

Flight School

So you want to learn to fly? This course provides you with a first step in exploring how/if you’d like to pursue it further. It’s a dose of real flight preparation from the overview in Session 1 to, if you choose, an actual flight simulator lab at CRAFT, Inc. in Session 3 and on towards getting your license. Guest speakers talk on real-world decision-making situations. Topics covered include: Aerodynamics 101, Regulations (FARs) 101, Weather 101, Attitude 401, Aptitude 401 (your end goal) and how flying positively impacts every portion of your professional life. Included in the Session 3 lab is five minutes of simulator flight preflight briefings; 50 minutes of actual full-motion flight with a FAA-certified instructor pilot; and five minutes of administrative debriefing.


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NOTE: If you click on "VIEW COURSE DETAILS" and do not see the class listed, then the course is not currently being offered or it has already reached its capacity and no more seats are available. You can call the registration office at 843.574.6152 and ask to be put on a waiting list.

Truck Driver Training CDL-A

This program helps you get your career in the right gear by teaching you the regulations, proper record keeping, vital industry information and other pertinent subjects that relate to the safety and legal operation of tractor trailers. You are trained for 50 hours in the class and 110-130 hours hands-on in the working environment that you encounter as a truck driver. This includes vehicle inspection, slow maneuvers such as backing, parallel parking and turns. Also, you are trained behind the wheel on the road on rural, four-lane, interstates and in-city driving for an average of 50 hours in the truck for a class of four students. This course is designed to provide the training to get you on the right road to success in the fastest growing industry in the nation. To program information, contact Steve Price at 843.574.6683. Funding opportunities are available via SC Works, VA and more.


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NOTE: If you click on "VIEW COURSE DETAILS" and do not see the class listed, then the course is not currently being offered or it has already reached its capacity and no more seats are available. You can call the registration office at 843.574.6152 and ask to be put on a waiting list.

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Pet Emergency Care
Learn the basics of emergency care and first aid for your pet and know what to do in different critical scenarios: choking, CPR, heat stroke, eye injuries, fractures, cuts, and even hypothermia. Register Now >>
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