Can't get to a classroom? Call about distance education. Study on your own time!
PRACEP is running on a limited class schedule this summer. New learners will be able to start class in late August/early September when the new semester begins. Register now! Call 540-718-8243 to set up an appointment.
Register at www.ged.com if you're interested in taking the GED® test. There are a lot of hints and loads of information to ease text anxiety. Set up an account - there is no cost to do so. You'll need it later when you are ready to sign up for the official test.
If you have graduated from a PRACEP program, we'd love to hear from you about what you are doing now! How did getting your GED® help you with a job, career, or college? We are looking for some good stories. Call or post to email@example.com.
The Culpeper Workforce Center has a "Computer Basics Class" every Friday from 2:00-4:00pm. You need only attend one session. Call 540-212-4570 to register or if you have questions. Get help with using a mouse & keyboard, opening applications, using a flashdrive, and operating systems. Bring your questions!
PRACEP, in Planning District 9, is one of 22 regional adult education programs in Virginia funded under the Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education. Almost one million adults in Virginia do not have a high school diploma or GED®. In alliance with the State of Virginia, our goal is to prepare as many of these individuals as possible for post secondary education and/or careers, through learning programs aligned with 21st century expectations and economies.
Additionally we strive to assist immigrants and those of foreign nationalities who need help learning the English language so that they can better interact in their communities and work toward goals of citizenship.
In addition to PRACEP our organization runs the Piedmont Testing Center which is an official Pearson Vue GED® testing provider.
We are continuously developing partnerships and programs to help our students with career pathway activities which prepare them with the academic and work force skills they need to successfully transition into college, careers, and responsible citizenship.
The mission of PRACEP, in collaboration with mandated WIOA partners, is to raise the educational levels of eligible adults by providing academic instruction in a caring environment that strengthens literacy and English language skills, promotes the attainment of GED® credentials and provides the foundation for post-secondary education and highly skilled employment.
PRACEP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, sex, gender, age, marital status, genetic information or disability
in its employment practices or educational program and activities.
Compliance inquiries should be directed to the
Regional Program Manger by phone at 540-718-8243.