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The Marion/Crittenden County EdTech Training Center has three purposes in its focus on education:

  • Providing training programs to develop a skilled workforce,
  • Expanding degree programs by partnering with Madisonville Community College, Murray State University, and others,
  • Offering personal enrichment opportunities to enhance the quality of life.

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Training Programs

The EdTech Training Center is willing to help business and industry offer any type of training they might need. Individuals may even request training and if there is sufficient interest, the center will try to facilitate that program.

Examples of program offerings:

  • Specialized computer training
  • Forklift certification
  • S.O.A.R. Program through the West Kentucky Education Cooperative focusing on Skills, Opportunities, Advancement, Retention - Communications, Conflict Resolution, Leadership Development, Positive Thinking, Self-Esteem, Stress Management, Team Building, Work Ethics.
  • The Small Business Development Center from Murray State University provides free, personalized business consulting services and related training programs to anyone interested in starting a business or to an established business person wishing to expand. The SBDC office has plans to offer services at the EdTech Center on an ongoing basis.

Post-Secondary Classes

Madisonville Community College offers classes at the EdTech Center. For additional information about these classes, contact Dulcie Hardin at 270-965-9294 or Aimee Bullock, Director of Admissions at MCC 270-824-8696.

MCC provides financial aid service free of charge to prospective students by supplying a consultant at the EdTech Center upon request.

Murray State University offers the Bachelor of Independent Studies; for information about that program, contact Marla Poynter at 270-762-5322. Check the program at http://ceao.murraystate.edu/BIS/bis.htm

The Telecommunications System Management program at Murray State University is a program which may be taken partially as an online program. For further information, contact Dr. Phil Sparks at 270-762-3987

Community Education

A variety of classes are offered each semester to the public at a nominal fee. Anyone interested in teaching a class should contact Dulcie Hardin at 270-965-9294 ext. 103.

The EdTech Training Center invites you to learn something new! Check our classes being offered now. Click here for schedules and registration form

Registration and Enrollment:
Please fill out the registration forms. All classes have limited enrollment. Space in a class is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis when a paid registration is received. Payment must be made with registration. When we receive your payment, you are registered and confirmed for that course.
Confirmations will not be sent; If you wish to confirm your enrollment in a class, please contact us at 270-965-9294 or by e-mail. If you decide to register for a class after the cut-off date, please call to see if the class is still available.

We cannot guarantee all activities listed in this schedule will be available when you register. We reserve the right to cancel activities if there is insufficient enrollment (generally, below the minimum of 5-6 students) . If canceled, you may select another activity of receive a refund. In the event of bad weather, call the EdTech Center to see of classes will be canceled or postponed. When in doubt, call 270-964-9295.

All classes will be held at the EdTech Training Center located at 200 Industrial Drive in Marion.

Refund Policy:
Refunds will be issued if one withdraws three business days prior to the first class, or if the class does not meet the required enrollment. Failure to attend course(s) does not guarantee a refund. Full refunds are issued for all courses canceled by the EdTech Training Center.

A $20 fee will be assessed on all returned checks.

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