HSEAP Prep (formerly known as GED)
Ideal Institute of Technology‘s High School Equivalency Assessment Preparation prepares students to pass the exam which is required in order to receive a high school diploma. The course is 400 hours long and will be taught in class with highly qualified instructor. Passing the General Educational Development test gives millions of Americans the chance to demonstrate competency of high school curriculum and earn their diplomas. The program provides adults with learning materials and experiences that will prepare them to successfully enter job-training programs. Workplace readiness is taught which focuses on experiences related to securing and maintaining employment, resumes preparation, interview skills, appropriate work attire, life skills, values and motivation.
What will I learn?
You will be focusing on Language Arts Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. After the completion of the course you will be able to clearly understand the fundamentals of all four subjects that you will be tested on the HSEAP (formerly known as GED). The course will help you develop skills like problem solving, critical thinking, evaluation, information processing, and making inferences.
- Basic math, reading, writing and literacy skills intended for adult learners
- Skills and knowledge needed for the GED or as a remediation for academic development
- Skills and knowledge to prepare adults to enter job-training programs
- Skills for workplace readiness and preparation for job applications such as interview skills, resume preparation, life skills, job search motivation, etc.
It is almost impossible to get a job without a high school diploma. The HSEAP (GED) course can help adults get a job or prepare them for advanced training. Getting a HSEAP (GED) diploma can be as rewarding for young people as well as for someone who had worked in a specific field for many years. Job descriptions require HSEAP (GED) or high school diploma to get hired or to get promotion. In a study conducted through the Colorado Department of Education, 48 percent of respondents indicated that the GED had resulted in a positive change to their employment status, including job advancement.