Message to the College on Coronavirus: Some Career and Technical Classes Will Meet On-Campus Starting Jan. 14
In light of COVID-19 health directive clarifications provided earlier today by the Mecklenburg County Public Health Department and stringently following our pandemic safety protocols, Central Piedmont will move some career and technical education classes back to on-campus, in-person delivery.
Starting Thurs., Jan. 14, classes in the following program areas will resume on-campus, in-person classes:
- Basic Law Enforcement
- Cardiovascular Technology
- Emergency Medical Science
- Human Services Technology
- Medical Assisting
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Notary Public
- Nurse Aide
- Occupational Therapy
- Ophthalmic Medical Personnel
- Paralegal Technology
- Paramedic Training
- Pharmacy Technology
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Respiratory Therapy
- Surgical Technology
Class sections that began the semester as online or hybrid will continue online until Feb. 2, at which time the college will provide further guidance.
Students with questions about the mode of your classes – online or on-campus – contact your instructors directly and check Blackboard. The college will continue to follow pandemic-related executive orders from N.C. Governor Roy Cooper and recommendations issued by the N.C. Dept. of Health and Human Services.
The college encourages everyone to stay safe and vigilant in maintaining all of our safety practices, as COVID-19 cases are spiking in Mecklenburg County. Please keep wearing a facemask, practicing social distancing, washing your hands frequently, and monitoring yourself for any possible COVID-19 symptoms.
For more information and resources on COVID-19, please visit the college's coronavirus page.