Continuing EducationIt is the purpose of Continuing Education at Northeast Texas Community College to provide general educational opportunities to assist all citizens in the achievement of personal, family, civic, technical, or professional goals through the offering of diversified credit or non-credit courses at convenient times.
Northeast Texas Community College is excited to be a host site for next year's Chick-fil-A Leadercast on Friday, May 9, 2014, in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. Chick-fil-A Leadercast is a one-day leader development event broadcast live from Atlanta, GA to hundreds of sites throughout the nation. Check back later for more information.
Education to Go (ED2GO)
Too busy to take time to attend class? Want to learn a skill in six weeks? Self-paced, instructor-led ED2GO courses are offered to provide students with the opportunity to work at their own pace at their own convenience.
Mirror classes are defined as classes which are offered by Northeast Texas Community College for college credit but are often taken by individuals who do not desire formal college credit. The goal of these persons is to obtain the knowledge for personal enrichment or career enhancement. The tuition and fees will be equivalent to the college's credit tuition and fee schedule; however, mirror classes do not require formal enrollment in the college. If you are interested in "mirroring" a credit class, contact the Continuing Education Department at 903-434-8134.
Corporate & Industrial Training
Northeast Texas Community College's Department of Continuing Education and Corporate Training is committed to providing non-credit training programs that support the professional development and skills training needs of business and industry in North East Texas. We believe the investment in continuous learning strategically positions a company's workforce for regional economic development and future growth. With this in mind, building a more productive, educated, and skilled workforce by upgrading the current skills and retraining the workforce in the local area remains the primary objective of NTCC's Department of Continuing Education and Corporate Training.Skills Development Fund
The Skills Development Fund program assists businesses and trade unions by financing the design and implementation of customized job training projects. This fund successfully merges business needs and local customized training opportunities into a winning formula to increase the skills level and wages of the Texas workforce. To learn more about a Skills Development Fund Grant and how NTCC can assist your business with future training needs, contact the Department of Continuing Education and Corporate Training at 903-434-8134 or visit the TWC website at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/svcs/funds/sdfintro.html.
Skills For Small Business
The TWC Skills for Small Business program responds to the needs of Texas' more than 433,000 small businesses that have fewer than 100 employees. Training through Skills for Small Business increases business competitiveness, upgrades the skills of current employees, and prepares newly hired employees for job requirements. The program is in partnership with the Office of the Governor to further establish Texas as a premier place to support and expand the State's small business. To learn more about a Skills for Small Business Grant and how NTCC can assist your business with future training needs, contact the Department of Continuing Education and Corporate Training at 903-434-8134 or visit the TWC website at http://ssb.texasworkforce.org.
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This page last updated by T. Wooten on 05/14/2013
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