Continuing Education and Workforce Development Division of Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute seeks to provide accessible, quality educational instruction in Occupational Extension courses to individuals who seek to enhance their employment skills and to offer a variety of Community Service and Self-Supporting courses to individuals and the community for personal enrichment.
We encourage you to use the Online Registration tool to locate and register for our Continuing Education and Workforce Development courses.
Continuing Education and Workforce Development has several scholarship opportunities that may be awarded to students
enrolling in programs that meet for 96-hours or more. Apply today to see how these opportunities can help you pursue
your educational goals.
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Continuing Education and Workforce Development currently has 200+ Ed2Go online courses available ranging
from computer application to personal enrichment. Courses begin each month. Registration is required one
week prior to the beginning of the course. For details and complete course listing,
Registration fees may vary for courses in Continuing Education and Workforce Development and are subject to change pending legislative and state board action. Students who take an occupational extension course more than twice within a five-year period (unless required for certification, recertification or licensure) are required to pay full cost of the course.
All occupational and community services classes receive a FULL refund (registration fee only) if the student officially withdraws from the course prior to the first class meeting. A 75% refund of registration fees only will be given if the student officially withdraws from the course on or prior to the 10% point of the course. There is NO refund for self-supporting courses. Please allow six weeks for processing of refunds.
Admission to courses in the CCE department is open to individuals 18 years of age or older. Individuals less than 18 years old who are high school graduates or whose high school class has graduated may enroll also. High school students between the age 16 - 18, may be permitted under the procedures outlined in the college catalog.
The college reserves the right to cancel courses due to low enrollment. Should you have further questions, please contact Continuing Education and Workforce Development at 828.726.2242 (Caldwell) or 828.297.8120 (Watauga).
Students may register for current semester classes any Tuesday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm at either Caldwell or Watauga Continuing Education and Workforce Development facilities. Parking stickers and student id's are available on registration days.
|The TAPS Campus is located at 3030 Hickory Blvd., Hudson NC 28638|
Addresses and driving directions to all CCC&TI locations can be found on our Contacts webpage.
As technology continues to change, we are always looking for new ideas, interests and learning experiences.
Do you have an idea for a class that would help you? If so, please take a moment to suggest a new class by emailing the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All CCC&TI students may purchase school-time accident insurance through the college. Students may obtain a brochure form Student Services or the Business Office outlining the cost and coverage. An application form may be obtained from the Business Office.
Special malpractice insurance is required for certain continuing education courses such as: massage therapy, phlebotomy, nurse aide, EMT, paramedic, etc. This fee is not refundable.