Middle Bucks hires adult education coordinator, opens registration for adult courses – Bucks County Courier Times

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Middle Bucks Institute of Technology recently hired Nancy Lawson as an adult education coordinator, and announced a new schedule of fall courses for adults.

Lawson joined the team at Middle Bucks in July to oversee the adult day programs, adult evening school classes and customized industry training programs. She most recently was director of Community School of New Hope-Solebury and managed the adult education program. 

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Lawson’s appointment coincides with fall registration for MBIT’s adult evening school classes. The school offers more than 18 in-person courses on a wide range of topics providing adults with skills to enhance their career or to expand on their existing skills.

Most courses start the third week of September. Adults can enroll in courses such as Automotive Body Repair, Small Engine Repair, Carpentry, Welding and HVAC. Computer-based classes include Introduction to Office 365, Exploring Google, Padlet and Introduction to Excel.

MBIT offers two different online learning options, advanced career training or the fundamentals courses. Advanced career training can assist in preparing for a new career or earning recognized industry certifications.  

Registration information and course descriptions are available at mbit.org. Students can register online, by mail or by calling 215-343-2480, ext. 108.