Register by phone. Call the Lifelong Learning Coordinator at (919)431-7594.
Walk-in register on the first night of class. (Contact us by e-mail so we will save your place in the course.) Then, upon your arrival submit the registration form. When registering, be sure to make checks payable to the Provider. Provider names are printed below the course description in the printed catalog, and to the right of the course title in the on-line catalog.
To register for a course offered by Wake Technical Community College, please call (919)866-5800 or visit their website.
When you arrive at the school where your class is being held, there will be a list posted near the entrance showing the room number for your class. There will also be an employee, called a Site Coordinator, there to give you directions to find your classroom.
Wake Technical Community College
In order to be admitted into courses sponsored by Wake Technical Community College, registrants must be 18 years or older. Persons ages 16-17 will be admitted to class on the starting date only if space permits. Senior citizens age 65 and older who attend these classes are eligible to receive a discount. For details, call (919) 866-5800.
You may register by mail or walk-in. The age range for students is 16+. There are no discounts available for any particular group, unless noted in the course description.
Lifelong Learning classes are held at selected high school and middle school locations. Specific sites can be located using the
Community Schools map. The complete list of Community School locations, and the days they offer classes, is below:
Athens Drive High School - Mon through Thurs
Knightdale High School - Mon through Thurs
Leesville High School - Mon and Wed
Millbrook High School - Mon through Thurs
Reedy Creek Middle School - Mon through Thurs
Sanderson High School - Mon through Thurs
Contact information for Community Schools Site Coordinators is available here.
For fastest service, send them an e-mail. They are only available at the phone number listed during class hours of 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
School System personnel closely monitor the weather forecasts and conditions. Any announcement of evening classes being cancelled will be made through the main Wake County Public School System website at www.wcpss.net. The local media will also be notified.
Please remember that if no announcement is made, evening classes will be held on their normal schedule.
At the bottom of each course description in the Adult Evening Education catalog is a listing for "Provider." This listing indicates the participating provider or instructor. When registering for a class, tuition checks should be made payable to the person or institution listed.
Contact the individual instructor or provider that is listed in the course description for their specific refund policy.
In general, a class will be canceled if the number of participants does not meet the minimum number required by the instructor or provider. In such cases, checks will be returned to participants.
Refunds are issued by the Provider or Instructor, not the Lifelong Learning Program.
There is no predetermined time for courses. Courses range from one night in length to three months in length. Information about the schedule for your desired course can be found under the course description in the catalog.
The evening program runs from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. However, some sites are open four nights a week while others are only open two nights a week. See the "About Lifelong Learning" link for information about site schedules.
Your Staff Development contact or Principal at your school can approve the courses. Anyone can call the Licensure Specialist at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction: (919)807-3310 FREE (919)807-3310 Ext "3".
Obtain a certificate of completion from the instructor.
Give the certificate of completion to the Staff Development Contact at your school. At the elementary level it is the Instructional Resource Teacher (IRT). At the Middle/High School level it is often an Assistant Principal or IRT.
Check to ensure that your information has been updated in e-schools.
If you have a great course idea, we would be happy to discuss it with you.
As the instructor, you determine the topic. You pick the hours and dates for your class within our program time. We'll assist you in determining the best location for your class. Upon approval, your course will be listed in our Expand catalog that is distributed throughout Wake County. You do not need a teaching degree to offer a course in our program.
For more information, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.