CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE!
The community is welcome to travel with Greenville Technical College's study abroad program on educational tours. Create an unforgettable experience either with classmates and instructors as a college credit course or through Economic Development and Corporate Training as part of our non-credit educational tour groups.
Tour Opportunities for 2017
Italy Cuisine and Culture Educational Tour (March 17-24, 2017)
Attend an information session to find out more details about these exciting opportunities. RSVP for an upcoming info session>
Improve your job performance, widen your professional perspective, and increase your sense of accomplishment by learning a new language.
Spanish - Introduction
Spanish II 20 hrs.
Spanish II 12.5 hrs.
Spanish III Offered on demand.
Greenville County has the highest number of registered motorcycles in the state. These courses are taught as a public service to the community to help ensure that riders have the proper training in order to ride safely. Course curriculum for all levels of safety training is in compliance with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
All Rider Coaches are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
Motorcycle Safety Beginning Level
Motorcycle Safety Intermediate Level
Motorcycle Safety Experienced Level
Motorcycle Safety Advanced Rider Course
Reimbursement Program for Military and First Responders
Active duty U.S. military personnel, former U.S. military personnel, and first responders who successfully complete the Motorcycle Safety classes through Greenville Technical College may be eligible for reimbursement from Harley-Davidson of Greenville. Any questions concerning reimbursement should be directed to Harley-Davidson of Greenville, which is solely responsible for the reimbursement program.
Our Defensive Driving course, which meets all requirements put forth by the National Safety Council and the SC Department of Highways & Public Transportation, can be taken for a four point credit only once every three years. Content may be customized to suit your company's specific needs.
Special Note from the SC Department of Motor Vehicles:
SCDMV Contact Center
If You Are Under 17 and accrue six or more points on your driving record before you have held your license for one year, your license will be suspended for six months.
Also, if you are convicted of a traffic offense or involved in an at-fault accident, the driving restrictions will not be removed from your license for one year from the last offense or until you reach 17 years of age.
Visit www.scdmvonline.com for more information and online transactions.
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