Special to Iredell Free News
Mitchell Community College’s Spring 2021 (day class) and Fall 2020 (alternating/night class) Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) students recently achieved a 100 percent first-time pass rate on the state examination.
The two BLET courses were comprised of 21 students from a variety of backgrounds. Students recently competed coursework and took their examination on Friday, May 7. The average score was 87 percent.
Mitchell offers six BLET courses per year with a variety of scheduling to accommodate student needs. Individuals who are not working full-time can complete the course in one semester with the “day class” option. Students who are currently employed full-time can complete the course over two semesters with the “alternating/night class” option.
Class formats are 765 hours of training and cost $680. Students sponsored by a law enforcement agency qualify for a registration fee waiver ($180 value). Several BLET scholarship opportunities are also available.
To learn more about the BLET and law enforcement continuing education, visit mitchellcc.edu/BLET or contact program coordinator Todd Carver at firstname.lastname@example.org or (704) 878-3253. For more information on all public safety training programs and courses, contact David Bullins at email@example.com.
About Mitchell Community College
Mitchell Community College serves 9,000 students annually through a variety of curriculum, continuing education and workforce development programs. With campuses in Statesville and Mooresville, Mitchell offers quality, affordable education options to residents of Iredell County and the surrounding area. For more information, visit www.mitchellcc.edu or call (704) 878-3200 (Statesville Campus) or (704) 663-1923 (Mooresville Campus).