Applicants for technical programs must attend one of the departmental orientations which are scheduled on a weekly basis, or view our online orientation on the website and then come in to take the TABE test. Individual counselor interviews are scheduled following each orientation program to discuss test results, program placement, special needs, and registration procedures. Referrals to the Vocational Preparatory Instruction (VPI) Center are made if minimum basic skill levels have not been achieved. Registration for postsecondary students is held five times annually (August, October, January, March, and June).
Applicants must complete an Application for Technical Center Enrollment through their high school guidance counselor. The completed application is forwarded to Sheridan Technical Center along with a copy of the student's transcript. All high school applicants are scheduled for a counselor interview with their parents.
Departmental orientation programs are scheduled on a weekly basis as listed below. The orientation programs provide information pertaining to curricula, costs, entry requirements, support services, financial aid, and general institutional policies. Students may view an online orientation on the website and then come in to test. Basic skills testing is conducted immediately following orientation. Photo identification and a $10.00 fee are required to participate in testing. For Disability Services requiring accomodations for orientation or a program, contact Johanna Kelly, ESE Specialist at 754-321-5447. Arrangements for accomodations must be made prior to orientation and testing. If a sign language interpreter is required, a request must be made at least ten working days in advance. Counseling and placement interviews with program counselors are scheduled following the orientation program for all students.
Orientation Schedule Information
Registration Begins: October 6, 2014 Classes Begin: October 27, 2014
8:00a.m. to 8:00p.m.
8:00a.m. to 4:30p.m.
Orientation and Testing:
8:30a.m. to 12:00 Noon
Students should arrive approximately 1/2 hour prior to orientation to fill out an application and register for the basic skills test.
Health Science Education - Health Unit Coordinator, Medical Lab Technician, Medical Assisting, Medical Coder/Biller, Medical Records Transcribing, Patient Care Technician, Practical Nursing, Surgical Technician, Home Health Aid
Barbering,Cosmetology, Facials, Massage Therapy, Early Childhood, Culinary Arts and Teacher Assisting
Business Technology,Marketing, Court Reporting, Information Technology, Graphic Arts
A/C Refrigeration, Automotive, Electricity, Plumbing, Gaming Repair Technician, Carpentry
General Registration Information:
- Cost This Term: Fees include a $20 non-refundable registration fee, tuition, applicable lab fees, insurance fee for Medical Programs, and an annual $10 student activity fee.
- Fees listed are for Florida residents; non-resident fees are higher.
- Tuition and lab fees are subject to change by the Legislature and/or the School Board.
- There is a $10 cash fee for the initial standardized Basic Skills Assessment.
Photo ID and Social Security number are needed.
- We also accept Florida PrePaid College Plans and Bright Futures Scholarships.
- Standard term length is 18 weeks.
- Prior to enrollment in a certificate program, students are required to attend an orientation and take a Basic Skills Assessment.
- Classes are subject to minimum enrollment requirements.
- Most programs are approved for Veteran’s training .
NOTE: Applicants must provide documentation showing 12 consecutive months of Florida residency to be eligible for in-state tuition rates. Click Here to view a list of proof of residency documents and / or complete the Residency Affidavit.