Chapters

Athens

The mission of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Athens is to meet, more adequately, the occupational and technical training needs of citizens and residents of the Center’s service area including employees of existing and/or prospective industries and businesses of the state.

Chattanooga

We are delighted you have expressed an interest in one of our programs in Chattanooga State's Tennessee College of Applied Technology Division. In the past two years, over 97% of our program graduates were employed in jobs related to their diploma. This is because the students "learn by doing" in these programs.

Covington

Welcome to the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Covington, Tennessee (TCAT-C). This center is one of the 27 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology throughout the State of Tennessee.  A Tennessee College of Applied Technology is an institution that serves people in a broad geographical area consisting of two or more counties offering technical occupational training.

Crossville

The Mission of Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville is to serve as the premier provider of quality workforce training and development in the local service area. Individualized instruction provides each student with the highest quality training possible in the occupational area of his or her choice. To find out more about SkillsUSA TCAT-C Chapter visit:

Crump

The State of Tennessee provides a special benefit to the business and industrial communities located within the boundaries of Hardin, McNairy, Decatur, Chester, and Henderson Counties offering specialized training through the TCAT-C. As economic and technological advancements place new demands on businesses and industry and mandate employees be retrained, the College of Applied Technology will work to develop courses and provide quality training to meet those needs.

Dickson

At the Tennessee College of Applied Technology campuses in Ashland City, Clarksville, Dickson, Fairview, Franklin and Waverly, we build on those two fundamentals in following our mission to prepare workers for success in the workplace.

Elizabethton

We are looking forward to preparing and competing in local, state, and national competitions. Our goal is to involve business and industry partners as judges and advisors. Thus, we are preparing a skilled workforce in the communities that we serve.

Harriman

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Harriman will incorporate the needs of students and of present and future employers to train/educate individuals to be employed in the present and future job market. Tennessee College of Applied Technology Harriman will be a training center of choice for students and employers. The methods and techniques used to deliver instruction will remain progressive and enhance individual achievement. Customer-focused training will emphasize flexibility in content and scheduling.

Hartsville

SkillsUSA at TCAT Hartsville is an integral part of what we do. For more information about what’s happening in Hartsville contact SkillsUSA Lead Advisor Seth Thurman at 615-374-2147 ext. 113 or seth.thurman@tcathartsville.edu

Hohenwald

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Hohenwald has over 400 student and professional members annually. Students at TCAT Hohenwald participate in various activites throughout the year including leadership training, community service, and competition. To find out more about SkillsUSA TCAT-H Chapter visit:

Jacksboro

Our mission  is to provide high quality, competency-based technical training to all individuals by teaching the skills necessary to become competent in their efforts to secure lasting and rewarding employment in the current job market. We are also equally dedicated to providing customized special industry training for area businesses and industries as they strive to train, re-train, or upgrade the skills of their employees in order to remain competitive in a global workplace.

Jackson

Jackson has over 500 student and professional members annually who participate in various activities including leadership training and competition.   Members are prepared to excel in America’s high performance technical careers while developing character, leadership and teamwork skills.

Knoxville

It is the philosophy of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville that each citizen should have the privilege and opportunity to reach his or her maximum potential. Individualized instruction provides each student with the highest quality training possible in the occupational area of his or her choice.

Livingston

On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Livingston, I would like to welcome you to our campus.  We offer many opportunities for your professional and personal growth.  We provide quality instruction and practical experience that will enable you to enter the career of your choice.

McKenzie

Two students at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology McKenzie brought home first place honors from the 2010 National Skills USA competition. Brian Cruse of McKenzie and Steve Crawford of Paris placed first in the Sustainable Energy Solutions event. Their Micro-Hydro display won rave reviews from the judges and fellow competitors for their creativity and craftsmanship.

McMinnville

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology McMinnville is a premier provider for workforce development. We provide state-of-the-art technical training for workers to obtain technical skills and professional training necessary for advancement.  The Tennessee College of Applied Technology McMinnville is a modern training facility designed to simulate the occupational environment found in places of employment.

Memphis

Memphis participates annually in various activities including leadership training and competition.   Their SkillsUSA student and professional members are prepared to excel in America’s high performance technical careers while developing character, leadership and teamwork skills.

Morristown

Welcome to Tennessee College of Applied Technology Morristown. Our professional staff is committed to helping you achieve your goals in your chosen field. Your attitude, attendance, and desire to learn are important factors in reaching those goals. Working together we can build your skills an prepare you for employment opportunities that will become available to you.

Murfreesboro

On behalf of the students, faculty, and staff, I want to thank you for your interest in the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Murfreesboro. The College exists to provide you with the skills necessary to live and work in a changing society. We are pleased that you have chosen the Tennessee College of Applied Technology to assist you in preparing for a new and exciting career. Our goal is to assist you in achieving your training and employment goals. Our highly skilled faculty and staff are anxious to work with you to achieve your goals.

Nashville

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Nashville stands ready to provide you with the most up-to-date, comprehensive technical training available. We are committed to offering a quality educational experience in a compassionate and respectful environment. Our programs and services are designed to instill character, dignity and competence.

Newbern

SkillsUSA's mission is to help its members become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. Newbern has over 150 student and professional members annually. Throughout the year, students at TCAT Newbern participate in activities such as leadership training, community service, and competition. For more information, visit SkillsUSA TCAT-N Chapter:

Oneida/Huntsville

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Oneida/Huntsville will fulfill the mission by providing competency-based training through traditional and distance learning instructional delivery systems of the highest quality that will qualify individuals for employment and/or advancement in jobs. Providing high-quality training and retraining of employed workers. Providing high-quality training that is economical and accessible to all residents in the Center’s service area, thereby contributing to economic and community development of the communities we serve.

Paris

The primary objective of the TCAT-P is to provide quality technical training designed to meet the occupational needs of the citizens of this region and state. Our programs are structured to meet the changing training needs of business and industry. We strive daily to be innovative in program design and proactive in our approach to delivery.

Pulaski

For 40 years , Tennessee College of Applied Technology Pulaski has been proud to serve the communty by providing relevant, quality training and education, giving our students the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to successfully compete in today's global job market. We have always believed that technical colleges are not only in the education and training business, but in the "Changing Lives" business as well.

Ripley

The mission of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Ripley is to enhance area workforce development.  The Center supports this mission by providing state-of-the-art training which qualifies students for employment and/or advancement in current or future occupational fields.

Shelbyville

Shelbyville has over 300 student and professional members annually. Students at TCAT Shelbyville participate in various activites throughout the year including leadership training, community service, and competition. To find out more about TCAT-S SkillsUSA Chapter visit:

Whiteville

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Whiteville is a post-secondary institution established through legislative provisions to provide occupational and technical training for post-high school students, school dropouts, adults needing retraining, handicapped students, the older worker, apprentices, and employed workers. TCAT-W bases its programs on the belief that quality occupational technical training should be provided to meet the needs of these identified individuals.