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Short Term Classes

Evening Classes

Short-term, fee-based evening classes are designed to provide the continuing workforce education opportunities for adults seeking to improve their knowledge and skills. Classes begin in August and January each year and are from 4-15 weeks in length.

Admission procedures for these classes are:

  • Complete an Evening Registration form.
  • Pay the required tuition. (It is recommended that students register and pay for the class as far in advance of the class start date as possible, as seating is limited.)

Most classes meet Tuesday and/or Thursday nights from 6 - 9 p.m.
The next session will begin in the Fall 2017
Registration opens: June 1, 2017

The TABE test is not required for the evening classes (Exception: Certified Nursing Assistant).

Please click here for a complete list of Fall 2017 Evening Classes

Complete Registration Form and Pay Online

Refund Policy: There is a $10.00 NON-REFUNDABLE application fee. Refunds are given on or before the end of the first week of class. Refunds are mailed within 30 days of date of withdrawal.

For the most recent book list, visit FMTC's online bookstore.


The Tri-County Apprenticeship Academy is made up of 6 apprentice academies: Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning), Pipe Fitters, Low Voltage Maintenance, and Fire Sprinklers. Each program is 4 years in length. Each of the programs provides students the opportunity to earn a completion certificate and acquire the title of “journeyman.” To be enrolled in the program, students will be interviewed by the Academy and sponsored by their employer. The adult students work full-time during the day and attend 3-hour classes one to two nights a week. Students must complete 144 hours of classroom instruction per year and 2,000 hours of OJT (On-the-job Training) during each year of their program. Students are responsible for obtaining their employers’ endorsement to verify their attendance and turn it in at regular scheduled times throughout the year. The main focus of this program is for students to achieve a licensed apprenticeship status. For more information regarding this off-campus program, call Chris Sardina at 225-0995.

Adult & Career Education offers the following classes:

  • GED (General Educational Development)
    • Preparation
    • Test
  • ESOL (English as a Second Language)
  • FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test
  • Lifelong Learning Classes

For more information on Adult & Career Education classes, please visit or call (239) 939-6310.

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