To demonstrate confidence in and commitment to quality technical education programs which are relevant, current, and responsive to the stated expectations of Georgia’s businesses and industries, the State Board of Technical and Adult Education will warrant every graduate from a technical certificate of credit, diploma or associate degree in a state-governed institute according to the following stipulations:
To inquire or file a claim under this warranty, instructors or employers may contact:
Vice President of Academic Affairs
The Technical College System of Georgia instructs and evaluates students on work ethics in all programs of study. Ten work ethics traits have been identified and defined as essential for student success: appearance, attendance, attitude, character, communication, cooperation, organizational skills, productivity, respect, and teamwork.
Southeastern Technical College instructs and evaluates students on work ethics in all programs of study. Ten work ethics traits are defined as essential for student success: appearance, attendance, attitude, character, communication, cooperation, organizational skills, productivity, respect, and teamwork. These traits will be integrated into the program standards of each program curriculum and evaluated in at least one course in the program thereby allowing each program to make work ethics a relevant and meaningful part of the curriculum.
The courses with a work ethics component will assess a student’s knowledge of these ten traits. It will be noted on each course syllabus, which contains a work ethics module that the work ethics assessment will count as 5% of the course grade. If a student passes the work ethics assessment in his/her program with a C or better, he/she will receive a work ethics grade of 2. This grade will appear as a letter grade followed by a 2 for passing work ethics (Ex: A 2).