Workforce Development and Community Education Department
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The primary objective of the Workforce Development and Community Education (WD-CE)
Department is to plan and promote full use of college resources to assist individual,
business, industry, and community growth through training and education. All programs
are intended to enrich, strengthen, and support those who are not served by the
traditional instructional activities of the College. Based upon community interest
and need, these programs help our customers upgrade their skills, increase their
knowledge, learn a new hobby, advance their careers, solve problems and stimulate
their minds. Courses are informal, relaxed and noncompetitive. Topics may include:
computers, supervisory skills, team building, personal finance, art, music, foreign
and sign languages, travel, business grammar, herbs, local history, and children's
On-Site Credit Courses:
to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Introduction to Oil and Gas
Underground Coal Mining Courses
On-Site Non-Credit Courses:
OSHA Construction Industry Training Program
CDL Training Truck Driving Classes
SafeLand Basic Safety Orientation
Online Class Information:
Education2Go Online Courses
Tax Preparation Courses
training in customer specific areas for individuals or groups to help businesses
/industries maximize their productivity and profit.
services in facilitating strategic planning, locating ,and connecting businesses,
developing and maintaining a quality workforce.