NELSON COUNTY AREA TECHNOLOGY CENTER

1060 Bloomfield Rd.
Bardstown, KY 40004
Ph. 502-348-9096
Fax 502-348-9097
 
Visit NCATC Website 
 
 

Career Pathway Certifications Offered

Chris Brown, Teacher

Environmental Control System Technician Career Pathway
  • EPA Section 608 Certification

Dennis Powell, Teacher

Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair Technician Career Pathway

  • ASE Student Certification
    -Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair
    -Brakes
  • -Electrical/Electronic Systems Suspension and Steering 

Andy Carter, Teacher

Career Pathways
Civil Designer 
Architectural Designer 

-Autodesk AutoCAD Certified User (15.1301.01) 

-Autodesk AutoCAD Certified User (15.1301.03) g 

Doug McClure, Teacher

Chuck Hall, Teacher

Skilled Trades Commercial Electrical TRACK  Career Pathway
-Kentucky TRACK Pre-Apprenticeship Certification

Amy Mattingly and Stefanie Spalding, Teachers 

Career Pathways
Phlebotomy Technician

Pre-Nursing:  Certified Phlebotomy Technician; State Registered Nursing Assistant (SRNA) / Medicaid Nurse Aid (MNA) 

Charlie Cantrill, Teacher

Network Administration Career Pathway

CompTia (11.0901.01):  IT Fundamentals,  A+ (901 & 902) Networ

Dustin Benningfield, Teacher

Welder–Entry Level Career Pathway
-AWS – Sense Certification (Level 1) (48.0508.01) 
-2-F /AWS) Qualification Certification      (48.0508.01) 

-Kentucky Department of Transportation 3-G (48.0508.0

Admission Procedures

Priority is given to students who are 15 years of age or older during the school year in which they enroll in a technical program. Access to programs is not denied to younger students who desire to use the facilities of technical schools for career education experiences designed to produce occupational awareness, orientation, exploration, and limited work exposure. High school students desiring to attend the technical school should contact the high school counselor or other designated school officials to plan enrollment procedures.  
 
A student may not change his/her program of study without the permission of all teachers involved, the guidance counselor, and school principal. Additionally, no student may begin a program as a junior without the permission of the NCATC Principal, and no seniors may begin a brand new program. Furthermore, if a student has failed a program previously, they can only retry the program with teacher and principal approval.  
 

Dual Credits for College

The Statewide Articulation Agreement between the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet and the Kentucky Community and Technical College system allows technical education students to simultaneously enroll in high school and community and technical colleges for dual credit. Kentucky Tech students may transfer college credit earned through dual enrollment to any of the 28 community and technical colleges in the state. There are no tuition charges for high school students to enroll for dual credit. (See instructor for list of dual credit courses). 
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