Courses may be offered in a traditional classroom environment, online, or in a blended format.
Some short-term training programs are composed of a course or series of courses mapped to an industry-recognized certification, such as A+ certification. Such courses often use curriculum and materials specified by industry associations and assist students to prepare for proctored certification examinations.
Other short-term training programs include training for the skills necessary for specific entry-level job opportunities such as office assistant, and medical billing. Programs are usually offered 3-4 evenings per week for 8-11 weeks. The menu of courses changes frequently as labor market demands change and may not be offered every quarter.
Additional short-term training courses vary in length from 4 to 40 hours in length, change quarterly, and often may be applied to various industry requirements for continuing education or professional development. The college offers a variety of courses in healthcare, human resources, information technology, hospitality & food and construction trades. Consult the quarterly class schedule for short-term options.