Fort Myers Technical College (FMTC) is recognized as a leading provider of career and technical education. FMTC provides “Real Skills for Real Jobs.” Our employer-driven career education is sought after by students in need of job training or looking to enhance their skills for career advancement. Students train for secure, high-paying careers and nationally-recognized industry certifications. A typical full-time schedule for a workforce education adult student is six hours per day, thirty hours per week.
FMTC provides students with industry-standard technology and equipment in all classrooms and labs. Our instructors are licensed and certified teaching professionals.
The school offers training in the following career clusters: Information Technology; Education & Training; Energy; Health Science; Architecture & Construction; Hospitality; Human Services; Law, Public Safety & Security; Manufacturing; Transportation, Distribution & Logistics. Visit the Florida Shines website for career planning tools. All of our programs meet the rigorous requirements of the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and the Florida Department of Education and allow students to become ‘career ready’ in a short period of time. ‘A Career in a Year’ – most of FMTC’s programs may be completed in a year or less.
Registration opens the first Monday in October for the Winter/Spring semester and the first Monday in March for the Fall semester.
A unique strength of FMTC is the close working relationship the school has with area employers. This allows FMTC to deliver exactly what industry professionals are looking for in new employees. These partnerships allow FMTC to meet the every-changing need for workforce training in new and emerging industries.