GED Classes Dothan, Alabama

Listed here are all GED® prep locations and test centers in the Dothan region.

Alabama uses the computer-based GED exam for the state’s high school equivalency (HSE) program.

The GED (General Education Development) program is especially for adults who never obtained a high school diploma.

This way, they have the chance to earn a credential that is recognized as equivalent to a high school diploma by employers and colleges.

The GED exam assesses knowledge at a level comparable to that of graduating high school students.

The exam has four individual subtests in Literacy, Social Studies, Math, and Science that must be completed in maximally two years.

Online GED testing is NOT possible. You need to show up at an official Alabama GED testing center.

Dothan GED prep facilities

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Wallace Community College-Center for Economic and Workforce Development
5565 Montgomery Hwy, Dothan, AL 36303, Phone 334-556-2373

Dothan Rescue Mission
216 E Crawford St, Dothan, AL 36302, Phone 334-794-4637

Saliba Center for Families
301 W Lafayette St, Dothan, AL 36301, Phone 334-712-1542

Alabama Career Center YES Program **)
787 Ross Clark Cir, Dothan, AL 36303, Phone 334-792-2121

Living Hope Community Outreach Center
309 N Lena Street, Dothan, AL 36301, Phone 334-671-2376

Beulah Land Family Life Center-Greater Beulah Baptist Church (WCC)
254 Headland Ave, Dothan, AL 36303, Phone 334-556-2373

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Locations around Dothan (cities by alphabet)

Henry County Virtual School (WCC)
300 Trawick Street, Abbeville, AL 36310, Phone 334-556-2373

Albany Tech GED Program
1704 South Slappey Blvd, Albany, Georgia 31701, Ph 229.430.1620
You can find all Albany region facilities at  GED Programs in and around Albany GA

Ashford High School (WCC)
607 Church Street, Ashford, AL 36312, Phone 334-556-2373

Early County Literacy Task Force
40 Harold Reagan Dr, Blakely, GA 39823, Phone 229-723-5122

Holmes County School District Office (WHTC)
701 East Pennsylvania Ave, Bonifay, Florida 32425, Phone 850.638.6317

Florida Panhandle Technical College
757 Hoyt St | Chipley | FL 32428 | Phone 850.638.1180

Library and Learning Center-Country Oaks
268 Quail Hollow Blvd | Chipley | FL 32428 | Phone 850.415.5561

Goodwill Career Lab
1301 Main St | Chipley | FL 32428 | Phone: 850-638-0093

Miller County Adult Education
159 E Main St, Suite A, Colquitt, GA 39837, Phone 229-758-4157/5592, ext. 5025

Bainbridge State-Miller County GED Program
96 Perry St, Colquitt, GA 39837, Phone 229-248-2517

Bainbridge College-Seminole County Education Center
203 E Sixth St, Donalsonville, GA 39845, Phone 229-248-2517

Elba Elementary School (ESCC)
145 Tiger Drive, Elba, AL 36323, Phone 334-347-2623 ext. 2218

Enterprise State GED Classes
600 Plaza Dr, Enterprise, AL 36330, Phone 334-347-2623 (ext. 2218)
All Enterprise area prep sites are listed here

Wallace Community College GED Instruction
3235 S Eufaula Ave, Eufaula, AL 36027, Phone 334-619-3000
Check out all Eufaula options here

Graceville Correctional Facility GED Program
5168 Ezell Road, Graceville, FL 32440, Phone 850-263-5500

Hartford Family Resource Center (ESCC)
405 South 3rd Avenue, Ste A1, Hartford, AL 36344, Phone 334.347.2623 (ext. 2218)

Headland Chamber of Commerce (WCC)
105 Cleveland Street, Headland, AL 36345, Phone 334-556-2373

Jackson County Adult Education
2971 Guyton Street, Marianna, FL 32446, Ph 850-482-9617

Jackson County Public Library  
2925-B Optimist Drive, Marianna, FL 32448, Ph 850-482-9124

Goodwill Career Training 
4742 Hwy 90, Marianna, FL 32446, Ph 850 -526-0139

Slocomb Public Library (ESCC)
134 North Dalton Street, Slocomb, AL 36375, Ph 334-347-2623 (ext. 2218)

Collins Library GED Classes
200 West Park Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida 32301, Phone 850.606.2665
Check out all Tallahassee area possibilities here: Tallahassee GED courses

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Dothan area GED test centers

Wallace Community College-Center for Economic and Workforce Development (Room 203)
5565 Montgomery Hwy | Dothan | AL 36303 | Phone 334-556-2373

Washington County School
757 Hoyt St | Chipley | FL 32428 | Phone 850-638-1180

Enterprise State Community College
600 Plaza Drive | Enterprise | AL 36330 | Phone 334 – 347 – 2623

Wallace Comm. College Eufaula
3235 S Eufaula Avenue | Eufaula | AL 36027 | Phone 334-687-3543 x 4210

Jackson County School Board GED testing
2971 Guyton St | Marianna | FL 32446 | Ph 850 – 718 – 0547

Visit also: Columbus GED Classes

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The four GED tests

For the entire Alabama GED exam (4 test subjects) you will have about 7.5 hours, but you are allowed to take each of the four tests at the time that you feel well prepared to take that part. No need to do it all in one take; you have a two-year period to complete it all. For eligibility requirements visit GED testing criteria in Alabama.

The allotted time is divided as follows: Language Arts – including a 10 min. break – 150 minutes; Math: 115 minutes; Science: 90 minutes; and Social Studies: 70 minutes. The new GED test is totally “digitalized”, meaning you have to take the test on a computer. Check also information about online GED prep programs, click here to read how it works.

The passing score

The GED exam scales from 100 to 200 and the passing score standard for high school equivalency was set at 150 points. It was decided, though, to lower this score to 145 points as it was demonstrated that the initial requirement was set a little too high. Averaging your scores is not allowed, so a minimum score of 580 is required overall. If you want to learn more, go to this page. Check also this website’s totally free online GED prep classes and practice tests.

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible to take the GED exam in Alabama, you cannot be signed up for another school program, not already have a secondary education credential, and be a resident of Alabama. You must be at least 18 years old, although 16 and 17-year-olds may sit for the exam under strict conditions, they should contact a testing center.

The Alabama Community College System provides extensive details regarding proper preparation, and how to pass the GED tests best. Their website includes a lot of information on testing locations, online prep courses and study material, free GED assistance and many other helpful resources. The Alabama Community College System also works with many other community colleges from all across the state so they can provide the best local resources and also online preparation options.

Passing the GED (General Education Development) exam is a crucial stepping-stone towards a better job, a career change or to continue your academic education. In Alabama, you can find many online resources available via state and local governments and educational institutions. These resources will be useful to find prep locations, GED test location, and the best ways to get ready to finally earn your own GED diploma.

Career Perspectives – Mining Career Paths – Operator

Mining is a world-class industry using state-of-the-art technology. There are more than 150 specializations in this industry and here we’ll look at a few directions in the sector where operators are active. Mining Career Paths – Operator:

Miner – Underground
Safely operate specialized equipment to excavate, load and transport coal, ore and rock in an underground mining operation.

Miner – Opencut
Safely operate specialized equipment to excavate, load and transport coal, ore and rock in an open-cut mining operation.

Bogger Operator
Production, development, loading, and building bogging are used on a range of diverse mining operations.

Driller – Blasthole
Operate and maintain a drilling rig and related equipment to extract ore in an open cut or underground operation.

Driller – Exploration
Assemble, position, operate and maintain a drilling rig and related equipment to extract ore for analysis by geologists for future mining operations.

Jumbo Operator
This diverse role includes reading and correctly interpreting mine survey plans, for the effective drilling of development headings and installation of ground support.

Longwall/Continuous Miner Operator
Underground coal miner operating and maintaining the specialist equipment for digging the coal out of the coal seams.

Trainee Operator/Miner
A role for the mechanically minded, to safely operate and maintain a broad range of specialized equipment.

Mobile Plant Operator/Driver
Operate stationary and mobile cranes, hoists, lifts and winches to lift, move and place materials, equipment in a range of locations on mining operations.

Crane Operator
Operate stationary and mobile cranes, hoists, lifts and winches to lift, move and place materials, equipment in a range of locations on mining operations.

Dozer Operator
Your operating skills for a dozer will excavate earth, ore, and rock on underground or open cut mine sites.

Crusher Operator
Highly skilled crusher operators work as part of a team on an underground or open cut mining operation.

Dragline Operator
Senior operator and maintenance for an open pit coal mine – using the dragline to remove the overburden from the coal seams.

Shotfirer
A highly specialized position that assembles, positions and detonates explosives at a mining operation.

Laboratory Assistant
Assisting with the assessment, research, and development of exploration and production of a mining operation.

Excavator/Shovel Operator
Assist with the production of a mining operation by safely operating an excavator or shovel.

Grader Operator
Grader operators are an essential part of any mining production team.

Haul Truck Operator
Safely operate a highly specialized haul pac truck in this unique industry.

Loader Operator
Loader operators are essential in a mining operation, using their skills to move and load rock, ore, and soil.

Truck Driver
Heavy vehicle drivers are used on a range of trucks in the diverse mining industry.

**) YES (Youth Enrichment Services)

Students wanting to earn their GED diploma have one more opportunity. The YES (Youth Enrichment Services) program has been made possible through funding by the US Department of Labor and Alabama’s Department of Economic and Community Affairs. The program offers highly needed options to get their HSE (high school equivalency) credential for adults who don’t have a high school diploma and out-of-school teens in the age group 17 through 21.

The YES education project also started offering an online GED diploma program free of charge, and program coordinators point out that this is just one more tool to support adults in acquiring the knowledge and skills required for today’s technical jobs and to make them ready for a college education, and the good thing is, this program is free. The YES GED program is available in Coffee, Dale, Geneva, and Covington Counties. If you want more information about this great opportunity, please get in touch with the Career Centers in Dothan or Enterprise.

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