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Technical Schools

Collier County

Immokalee Technical Center (iTech)
The Immokalee Technical Center focuses state-of-the-art career and technical programs like multimedia digital design, cybersecurity, computer systems, construction technology, automotive service technology, heavy equipment mechanics, machining, medical administration, accounting, and culinary arts. In addition, the Center also offers ABE/GED and adult literacy programs.

Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology (LWIT)
Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology was established to provide technical instruction, as well as certificate and workforce development training, to adults and high school students. Programs of study include accounting, automotive, commercial foods, drafting, medical administration, multimedia design, nursing assistant, computer systems and information, entrepreneurship, marine technology, pharmacy technician, and veterinary assistant.

Lee County

Cape Coral Institute of Technology (CCIT)
The mission of Cape Coral Institute of Technology is to prepare students for employment by providing quality, technology-oriented education delivered by a professional, caring staff in a positive learning environment. They offer a variety of career training courses based on business, health, hospitality, and technology including: business management, pharmacy technician, commercial foods & culinary arts, computer systems & information technology, and digital design.

Fort Myers Institute of Technology (FMIT)
Fort Myers Institute of Technology strives to provide an education that enables students to become productive members of the workforce and community. Training is offered in the following career clusters: Information Technology; Business, Management & Administration; Education & Training; Energy; Health Science; Architecture & Construction; Hospitality; Human Services; Law, Public Safety & Security; Manufacturing; and Transportation, Distribution & Logistics.

Charlotte County

Charlotte Technical Center (CTC)
Since opening in 1980, Charlotte Technical Center has focused on assisting students to reach their academic and career goals. Career programs center on the following areas: architecture & construction; business & office technology; education & training; health science; hospitality & tourism; human services; information technology; arts, AV technology & communication; and transportation, distribution & logistics.