Applied Academics for Adult Education (AAAE) is designed to provide instructional support based upon individualized assessed needs identified from the student’s Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), within the content areas of: English/Language Arts, Reading, and Mathematics. The program is characterized by open entry/open exit, self-paced instructional modules, and performance-based evaluation. The laboratory is equipped and designed to provide a comprehensive academic support program through the utilization of technology, multipurpose instructional materials, and resources. This program strives to inspire and motivate students to become productive, self-sufficient members of society. The primary objective of this instruction is to assist the student in meeting the state basic skill exit level requirement for the vocational training program in which (s)he is or will be enrolled. This is required for the student to obtain a certificate from the vocational training program, if the program length is 450 hours or more. The requirements for each vocational program are available in Student Services and via the LTC website.