TCAT Nashville, formerly known as the Tennessee Technology Center at Nashville and the Nashville State Area Vocational-Technical School, has had a long, rich tradition in serving the residents of Middle Tennessee since its origin at Hume-Fogg Vocational-Technical School in the fall of 1940. The main campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Nashville is located on White Bridge Road, about a mile south of Interstate 40 and five miles west of downtown Nashville. The campus is immediately adjacent to Nashville State Community College and is situated in Local Workforce Investment Area 9 which includes Davidson County.
The goal of the Nashville TCAT is to transfer skills and job knowledge to prepare individuals for placement in various career opportunities. The College is committed to offering high-quality, relative training and education in a focused and respectful environment. Its programs and services are designed to build Real Skills for Real Jobs.
Currently, TCAT Nashville does not offer any online diploma or certificate programs.