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Register for Adult Evening Classes at Cape May Tech

By Press Release

COURT HOUSE – The winter/spring 2016 semester of evening classes at the Cape May County Technical School begins Jan. 28 and seating is still available for a variety of classes.
The school offers part time classes in vocational/technical areas including air conditioning, heating & ventilation, auto mechanics, computer software, electrical, outboard motor, small engine, upholstery & woodworking.  Personal enrichment classes include arts & crafts, dance, music, baking/cooking, health & fitness and special training.
New this semester:  Acting Intro, Creative Writing, Knitting, Sewing, Fitness Academy, Mindful Weight Control, Tae Kwon Do, Wellness from Within, College Prep 101, Conversational Russian, Entrepreneurship and a variety of one night cooking classes.
Cape May Tech also offers part time State licensing/certification courses in Black Seal, Boater’s Safety, CPR/AED & First Aid and ServSafe Sanitation.
In-person registration is accepted at the Technical School in the Tozour Building, Office #145, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with extended hours Jan. 25 to 27 till 8:00 p.m. (school closed Jan. 18).  Registration is also available via postal mail until Jan. 22.  You may register on or before the first night of class providing seating is available.
Senior Citizens, age 60 and older, can register for non-licensing/certified courses at half the registration fee.  For more information about adult & continuing education programs, view the evening school brochure online at or call 380-0241.

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