Testing Center

  • The Testing Center at Charlotte Technical College offers a wide variety of important tests and valuable professional industry certifications. Passing key tests and acquiring industry certification can be your ticket to a better life.

    Professional certification is found in almost every industry today for many reasons. It helps advance the profession. It helps employers evaluate potential new hires, analyze job performance, evaluate employees, select contractors, market services, and motivate employees to enhance their skills and knowledge. Certificate holders benefit as well. Certification gives recognition of competency, shows commitment to the profession, helps with job advancement, and may afford greater earnings potential.

    Please see the sidebar for a list of the various exams and professional industry certifications currently available through Charlotte Technical College. Please note that prices and dates are subject to change without notice.

    The Testing Center is located at the Charlotte Technical College.

    If you are going to enroll in an Adult Education class OR a career technical program that is 450 hours or more you will take a state mandated Wonderlic Test prior to enrollment. You must complete the Charlotte Technical College online application prior to testing: APPLY NOW

    Please allow 30 minutes for check-in for all tests. Testing fees are paid in the Business Office unless otherwise noted. All fees are non-refundable and tests must be taken within 30 days. All fees are subject to change without notice. 



    Testing appointments may be available on other days for various tests. 
    Contact a Career Counselor in Admissions to schedule an appointment.

    Testing Accommodations: Testing accommodations and services are available to students with documented disabilities.  If you have any special needs, please arrange an appointment a week in advance with your Career Counselor in the Admissions Office. Once proper documentation is on file, you will meet with the Career Counselor to discuss your 504 accommodation plan. A testing appointment may be needed to accommodate your needs.

  • Council on Occupational Education Accredited

    COE Resources - Council on Occupational Education Phone: 800-917-2081 Florida Department of Education Phone: 850-245-0505

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