Whether you are looking for a new career, brushing up on your current skills, or just learning for enjoyment, SCC’s Workforce Continuing training programs can help you gain the new skills you need in an easy, affordable way. These training programs can be delivered as a single course or bundled together in a career pathway. Many of the workforce continuing education classes are designed to teach students the competencies and skillsets that lead to third-party industry-recognized credentials (licensure, certification, renewal, registry listing) and/or meet local workforce labor needs.
In addition to short-term workforce development classes, our Small Business Center provides assistance to business start-ups and small business owners. Also, we offer a variety of personal interests and enrichment classes that are fun and entertaining.
Are you searching for a new career or need to improve your current job skills to work towards a promotion or better paying job? Southeastern Community College’s career training classes can help.
In an increasingly competitive marketplace, it’s harder than ever to impress your customers and employers. Set yourself apart from others by earning a certification or license in your field of employment.
SCC Offers public safety training classes in fire, rescue, EMS, in-service law enforcement and emergency management.
Our personal interest is designed to make your life more interesting, give you something new to do, and have fun along the way. Whether it’s painting or learning photography skills, SCC has plenty of Personal Interest classes to choose from.
Become safer on the highway and reduce or prevent points on your driver’s license and insurance policy.
SCC offers two courses to address safe driving techniques – Defensive Driving (4 hours) and Defensive Driving (8 hours).
Enrollment is open on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Monday – Thursday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Monday – Thursday
8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
VP of Workforce & Community Development
T-Building, Rm 106
Continuing Education Information Specialist
T Building, room 104