On September 17 & 18, 2014, the Tennessee Board of Regents hosted the first Accessible Instructional Materials and Technology Summit. The Accessibility Summit, presented in collaboration with and support from the University of Tennessee system, brought together national figures in accessibility issues. Over 230 participants attended the Accessibility Summit including THEC, TBR and UT system executives, members of the THEC Task Force on Accessibility.
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The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Whiteville is a modern training facility designed to simulate the occupational environment found in potential places of employment. The controlling purpose of the training offered is to prepare individuals for useful and gainful occupations, thereby enhancing their potential for employment.
Equipment and course content are regularly updated to provide educational experiences necessary for an era of rapid technological change.