Gwinnett Tech is an integral part of the local and Metro Atlanta communities. We strive to be an active participant in Gwinnett County and beyond. Our college serves as a cultural center, training, and of course, educational center. We not only provide employers with an educated and trained workforce, we plug people in to their community.
The D. Scott Hudgens, Jr. Early Education Center, on the campus of Gwinnett Technical College, offers unmatched early care and education for children ages three to 8 years.
The Hudgens Center is a Georgia Quality Rated Program. Quality Rated gives parents and families greater confidence in their child care choice because independent, credentialed experts in early education have assessed whether programs follow best practices, such as:
- Employing qualified and well-trained teachers
- Providing a safe, healthy and caring environment
- Implementing individualized instruction
- Offering a curriculum that prepares children for kindergarten
- A focus on both active learning and social-emotional development
- Engaging families
- Providing a low teacher-student ratio
The Hudgens Center has also been recognized by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education for modeling best practices in Early Childhood Education.
Visit today to learn more about our programs:
- About Us
- Georgia Pre-K
- Pre-K Extended Learning
- Camp Imagination Station
- Tuition Schedule
For more information please go to our Hudgens Early Education Center webpage
Gwinnett Technical College is one of 24 designated Community Training Centers for the State of Georgia Region for the American Heart Association (AHA). A Community Training Center is an organization which partners with the AHA to develop and maintain Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) training networks in one or more of the following AHA ECC programs: Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
For more information please go to our American Heart Association webpage.
WIA is now WIOA! The Workforce Investment Act has been reauthorized and is now the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA).
Gwinnett Tech is your source for WIOA approved training.
The Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act was established in 2014 and is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market. WIOA training funds are designed to serve laid-off individuals, older youth (ages 18-24) and income-eligible adults who are in need of job skills training to enter or re-enter the workforce.
Funding for WIOA training through the ARWDB (Atlanta Regional Workforce Development Board) is provided for residents who live in, or have been laid off from their jobs in, Cherokee, Clayton, Douglas, Fayette, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties. The WIOA office can also make referrals for customers outside of our service area to the appropriate county or area workforce boards.
WIOA provides financial assistance for tuition, fees, books and direct training costs for eligible participants.
Not sure if you qualify? Please contact the WIOA office at 678-226-6664 for further information.
For more information please go to our Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act webpage
One of Gwinnett County's premier events facilities – the Busbee Center – is located right on the campus of Gwinnett Tech. Perfect for any gathering of 20 to 500, the Busbee Center is the ideal location for sales seminars, world-class training sessions, shareholder meetings and elegant corporate banquets. The Center includes the 498-seat Cisco Auditorium, multi-purpose conference rooms and the 350-seat Siemens Banquet Hall.