Credentialed EMS, EMD, EFD and EPD providers looking for a more convenient way to earn their state-mandated continuing education units (CEUs) can now take their training online with Montgomery Community College's EMS, EMD, EFD and EPD online continuing education modules. New online modules are scheduled each month. Course fees are waived to any EMS/EMD/EFD/EPD with affiliation to a proper roster.
Each online course will have a PowerPoint presentation, article or video to watch as part of the course requirement. Students will have the opportunity to participate in online discussions with other students throughout the state. Courses are available for one week with a 10 - 20 question test at the end of the course. A score of 80% or higher will earn the student 3 CEUs. A total of 12 topics will be covered annually for a possible 36 CEUs.
To register for courses call (910) 576-6222, extension 508. You will receive a confirmation receipt via e-mail with login information. You may access your online course at http://mcc.blackboard.com.
The following topics are designed to meet employer requirements for training. Employees should check with their employer before signing up for any course to ensure requirements will be met. For a complete listing of topics, please click on the Eduwhere logo.
MCC’s Corporate Training programs deliver training and development solutions for organizations and individuals. Whether you need individual training classes, to design organization-wide employee development, or to plan and conduct an event on our campus, we encourage you to learn more about Corporate training at Montgomery Community College.
Call us today to see what we can do for you. 910-576-6222 Ext. 532
Montgomery Community College’s Customized Training Program brings the best corporate trainers and courses from across North Carolina right to the doorstep of businesses across Montgomery County. The Customized Training Program partners with local businesses to develop practical training solutions that are cost and time efficient, while effectively meeting corporate goals.
Like a corporate concierge, our Coordinator will meet with your business to determine training goals, customize a series of courses that meet your time and investment targets, and coordinate the delivery of the training program through completion of the project. Many businesses are eligible for grants that can greatly reduce the cost of training; find out if your company is eligible today.
Pillars of Partnership Training Success
• Respond promptly to the training needs of Mongomery County businesses.
• Seek alternative funding sources to defray costs associated with training development, delivery, and assessment.
• Provide confidentiality and support throughout all phases of the partnership.
Grant Eligibility: Can your business check two or more of the following criteria?
The business is making an appreciable capital investment
The business is deploying new technology
The business is creating jobs, expanding an existing workforce, or enhancing the
productivity and profitability of the operations within North Carolina
The skills of the workers will be enhanced by the assistance
Allow us to cater to you through a process that develops your workforce to your needs, on your time.
The NC Works Career Center at Montgomery Community College is a user-friendly facility, which provides job seekers, training seekers, and employers’ access to a variety of employment and training services and information. The Center provides assistance in job searches, vacancy postings, resume writing, labor market and school information, career development, financial aid opportunities and referrals to other agencies as needed.
The NC Works Career Center is housed on the MCC campus in Building 100. Please stop by and visit Montgomery County's NC Works Career Center! Let us help you on your path to success!
The NC Works Career Center is funded through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). These agencies will work together to provide comprehensive career services to all students and citizens of Montgomery County.
The NC Works Career Center hours:
Monday – Thursday
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday - 8:30 - 3:00 p.m.
The NC Works Career Center and MCC partner to offer the NC Career Readiness Certification to individuals and businesses. The CRC serves as a portable credential that can be more meaningful to employers than a high school degree or a resume!
NC Works Career Center is a partnership among the following agencies: