Continuing Education Classes

Basic Computer Skills for the Workplace

Basic Computer Skills 1/9-3/1 TTH 5:30-7:30P Rm. 141 $125
Basic Computer Skills 3/6-4/26 TTH 5:30-7:30P Rm. 141 $125

Online Computer Classes

We offer online classes every six weeks on hundreds of topic including basic computer skills, basic to advanced computer software applications, website technology, computer programming, database management, graphic and multimedia design, networking and communications, and more. To view our entire catalog of online classes, please visit www.ed2go.com/mccc.

Marketing

Marketing Matters: Successful Marketing For Your Business 4/25 W 5:30-8P 
Pick Your Target: Find Your Target Market & Securing Customers 5/2 W 5:30-8P
Merchandising 101 5/2 W 2:30-5P
Marketing Your Business with Instagram 5/7 M 2-5P
Marketing Your Business with Etsy & Pinterest 5/7 M 6-9P 

Finances and Taxes

Basic Quickbooks 1/19 F 1:30-4:30P
Advanced Quickbooks 3/23 F 1:30-4:30P 
Money Talks: Understanding Finances & Cash Flow 4/18 W 5:30-8P
For the Record: Bookkeeping & Record Basics 5/9 W 5:30-8P
The "Brass Taxes":Taxes & Government Regulations 5/16 W 5:30-8P
Quickbooks Solutions 5/25 F 9A-4P

human resource management

 Leadership vs. Management - Finding the Balance as a Small Business Owner 12/7 TH 2:30-4:30P Collins

Starting a Business

Fueling Your Business with The NC Rural Center 2/15 TH 2-4P 
Starting a Business: The Fundamentals 4/4 W 5:30-8P 

Business Roundtable

 Business Plan Breakdown 4/11 W 5:30-8P

Funeral Director CE course

This will be a full, five-hour course designed to meet the annual requirement for a one-year license term by the NC Board of Funeral Service. The topic will be determined. Please contact Andrew Gardner for more information at (910) 898-9674.

Click Here to Register!

 

Insurance Agent CE

These courses are designed for licensed insurance agents to meet the bi-annual 24 ICEC requirement by the NC Department of Insurance. Agents are encouraged to review the NCDOI website at www.ncdoi.com for additional information about CE requirements. A producer/agent number is required when enrolling. All courses are approved and offered under Walter Batista, provider #562268129. Please contact Andrew Gardner at (910) 898-9674, or e-mail gardnera@montgomery.edu if you need a specific class.

Click Here to Register!

 

Notary Public Education

NC Notary Public Commission requirements for notaries:
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Reside legally in the US
• Reside or work in North Carolina
• Must be able to speak and write English
• Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent
• Must take seven-hour NC Notary Public Course and pass exam
Candidates will be required to verify identity by presenting a state or federal government issued photo identification document, such as an NC driver’s license or a US passport. Candidates must acquire and review the required manual, 2016 Notary Public Guidebook for North Carolina, prior
to attending class. The manual is available in the MCC General Store or directly through the NC Dept. of the Secretary of State at www.sosnc.com.
Notary Public 12/9 Sa 8:30A-4:30P $70
Notary Public 2/24 Sa 8:30A-4:30P Rm. 136 $70
Notary Public 4/21 Sa 8:30A-4:30P Rm. 136 $70
Notary Public 6/23 Sa 8:30A-4:30P Rm. 136 $70
Notary Public 8/18 Sa 8:30A-4:30P Rm. 136 $70

Click Here to Register!

 

Real Estate Agent

Real Estate Agent continuing education classes can be set up at any time based on the needs and schedules of local agents and brokers. Please contact the Continuing Education Department at (910) 898-9671 with regard to setting up a class.

Click Here to Register!

 

Effective Teacher Training

This course provides online training for individuals who wish to become substitute teachers or  teacher’s assistants in the public school system. Topics include reading lessons plans, classroom management, teacher-student and teacher-parent relations, and more. The course is self-paced and materials can be completed any time between the start and end dates. A certificate will be awarded upon successful completion. Required text: Wong, Harry K. and Rosemary T. Wong. How to Be an Effective Teacher. The First Days of School, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-9764233-1-7 (Cost $36).
Effective Teacher Training 1/8-3/26 Online $125

Children's Literacy 1/8-3/26 Online $125

Click Here to Register!

 

Wastewater operator

 

Click Here to Register!

 

high school equivalency / Adult High School

Adult HS 1/8/2018 MTWTH 8:30A-12:30P Rm. 138 MCC FREE
Adult HS 1/8/2018 MTWTH 6-9P Rm. 138 MCC FREE
Adult HS 1/8/2018 MW 4:30-7:30P Emmanuel Pentecostal Church Candor Free
Adult HS 1/8/2018 SA 9A-12P Rm. 138 MCC FREE

Adult Basic Education

Adult Basic ED 1/8/2018 MTWTHF 9A-12P Jesse Cole Center Biscoe FREE*
Adult Basic ED 1/8/2018 MTWTHF 12:30-2:30P Jesse Cole Center Biscoe FREE*

*Students are enrolled through Monarch services to determine eligibility for these classes.

Adult Basic Education (ABE) /Adult High School Equivalency Diploma Program

 

Click Here to Register!

 

English as a Second Language

ESL 1/9/18 TW 10A-1P Old EMS Station 104 S. School Street Candor FREE
ESL 1/9/2018 TTH 6-8:30P Biscoe Motors Building FREE

Click Here to Register!

 

National Career Readiness Certification Preparation

This is a self-paced, online program combining academic and job skills preparation. Individuals will use a comprehensive, easy-to-use, web-based program designed to help them master the skills necessary for workplace success. The course is open for one month from registration, and individuals work at their own speed (average 6 - 8 hours per week for 4 weeks). Earn a nationally recognized Career Readiness Certificate (Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum levels) upon passing the certification exam. Exam dates and times are listed below. Fees are waived for individuals meeting income guidelines.

Click Here to Register!

 

Career Readiness Certification Exam*

*Pre-registration for the examination is required. Please register with Ashlie Martin in the Continuing Education office or call (910) 898-9671.

Click Here to Register!

 

 Employment Preparation

Classes in job search strategies, interview skills, resume writing, and computer skills are available to individuals seeking employment. Classes are fee-waived to individuals who are unemployed, have received layoff notification, are working and earning 200% of federal poverty guidelines, or who meet federal earned income credit thresholds. Contact the College and Career Readiness Department at (910) 898-9680 or (910) 898-9678 for information on upcoming classes.

Click Here to Register!

 

Nursing Assistant I & II

In order to register, all entering students are required to:
1) Show a valid driver’s license and Social Security card.
2) Show evidence of a high school diploma or equivalency, or obtain the required reading level test score. A reading test can be taken any Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. or Thursday at 9:00 a.m. in Room 149.
3) Provide a TB skin test report.

Click Here to Register!

 

Nursing Assistant I

This class introduces students to the skills and competencies needed for basic patient care in a health care setting. After successful completion of the course, the student can provide safe, effective, basic nursing care in a variety of health care facilities under the supervision of licensed nurses and/or other approved personnel. Students must complete clinical rotations as part of the course. Please note: Nurse Assistant Hybrid courses require online, classroom and clinical participation.

NA I Day Hybrid 2/13-4/11 TWTH 8A-2:30P $272.60
NA I Evening 1/17-4/26 MTWTH 5:30-9:30P $272.60
NA I Weekend Hybrid 1/12-4/14 F 5-9P SA 8A-3:30P $272.60

Nursing Assistant II

Individuals must be listed as a Nursing Assistant I in good standing with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services in order to register for the Nursing Assistant II course. Students are taught skills in oxygen therapy, suctioning, tracheotomy care, IV fluid monitoring and discontinuation, nasogastric and gastrostomy feeding procedures, enterostomy care, urinary diversion and urinary catheterization. This course equips the students with advanced skills in providing care for the elderly and older adults. Students will complete clinical rotations as part of the program.

NA II Evening 1/8-4/10 MTWTH 5:30-9:30P $267.60

Click Here to Register!

 

Phlebotomy

This course provides theory and clinical experiences needed for the proper collection of blood and other specimens used for diagnostic testing. Emphasis is placed on ethics, legalities, medical terminology, safety and universal precautions, health care delivery systems, patient relations, anatomy and physiology, and specimen collection. Upon completion, students should be able to safely perform procedures necessary for specimen collections on patients in various health care settings and may be eligible for national certification as phlebotomy technicians. Fee includes class lab fee, tuition, and cost of drug screen & background check.

Phlebotomy Day 1/8-5/31 MTWTHFSASU 8:30A-12:30P $272.60
Phlebotomy Evening 1/8-5/31 MTWTHFSASU 4-8P $272.60
Phlebotomy Hybrid 1/8-5/31 MTWTHFSASU 5-9P $272.60

Click Here to Register!

 

CPR

CPR Healthcare Provider 12/2 Saturday 8A-5P $58

Click Here to Register!

 

Income Maintenace Case Worker

 

Click Here to Register!

 

Medical Occupations

 

Click Here to Register!

 

Fitness

Kickboxing Beast
Tammy's Kickboxing Beast class will undoubtedly improve your endurance and cardiovascular fitness, tone muscles and shred your abs if you practice consistently with power and precision. GetFit StayFit Kickboxing routines are characterized by their high intensity intervals coupled with toning recovery periods to zap calories and define your muscles.
Kickboxing Beast 1/18-3/30 MTH 6-7P Page Street Elementary Gym $40

Train Hard or Go Home Bootcamp
MCC Campus Outdoor​GetFit StayFit ​Bootcamps are designed for MAXIMUM calorie burn in the shortest amount of time. We want to get you fit, get you healthy, challenge your mind, challenge your body, and most importantly MAKE FITNESS FUN!
Train Hard or Go Home Bootcamp 4/9-6/18 MTH 6-7:15P $45

Click Here to Register!

 

Multimedia Art

 Visiting Artist Beverly Dickinson:
“Making your Mark” Date TBD

Art Club with Joe Grebner 2/26-5/1 T 9:30A-2:30P Troy Senior Center

Digital Photography with Dan Wray: Beginner/Intermediate!
So you have a camera but not the confidence to use it well? This course is for you. We’ll cover the basic principles that apply to all digital cameras. When you understand the basics of how cameras work you can pick up any camera and make it serve your purposes. The class will cover apertures, shutter speeds, exposure and ASA, and move on to advanced subjects like composition, action and the principles of light and shadow. Learn to explore basic photo accessories and post-processing programs. Students need to provide their own camera.
Digital Photography with Dan Wray: Beginner/Intermediate! 2/20-3/20 T $90 

Basketmaking

December 2 - Rustic Tea Angel
This angel is made to sit on a table or fireplace mantel. She has a wooden head and her body is woven from basket reed. The angel has a halo, wings and a tea light that are attached upon completion. The kit includes 2 angles.
Advanced basket making with Peg Adelman 12/2 SA 10A-2:30P $30.00

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

Pottery Production

MCC’s nationally recognized Pottery Program is known for its state-of-the-art facility, accomplished alumni, and talented staff. Now this program is being offered for the first time to students through short-term Continuing Education (non-college-credit) classes. Learn all the skills taught in the degree program from the same instructors, but take only the courses convenient for your schedule and your pocketbook! Additional topics in pottery production may be scheduled at the students’ request. Please contact Josh Floyd at (910) 898-9675 or e-mail floydw@montgomery.edu for more information.

Advanced Studio Pottery
These classes are offered individually Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday meeting once a week on the day of your choice. Instructors include Josh Floyd (Tues), Meredith Heywood (Thur), and Anne Rave-Jorgensen (Fri). They are open studio courses with demos and instruction, as students create their own projects in a guided experience. Students will also have the opportunity to help with kiln loading and firing, clay and glaze mixing. Geared toward advanced students.
Adv. Studio Pottery 8/15-12/12 TTHF 8:30A-4:30P $182

Monday Night Advanced Studio Pottery
Designed for the advanced student to explore new techniques in making and firing pottery and sculpture. At least 2 classes in pottery from MCC required for enrollment.
Advanced Studio Pottery 1/22-5/7 M 6-9pm $127

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Advanced Studio Pottery
These individual days are designed for advanced students to explore new techniques in making and firing pottery and sculpture. Students will be guided with a balance of formal demonstrations and self-directed projects. Offered three separate days, T/Th/Fr. Experience necessary.
Advanced Studio Pottery 1/23-5/4 TTHF 8:30A-4:30 PM $182

Tuesday/Wednesday Combined Course
Special Topics- Exploring High Fire Ceramics- This is an advanced class where students will explore high fired atmospheric firing processes in pottery, including reduction and salt firing. Instruction will include making, testing and using clays, slips and glazes as well as loading and firing kilns. Wednesday classes will also include guest instruction from visiting artists. Limited to 5 students.
Tuesday/Wednesday Combined Course 1/23-5/2 TW 8:30A-4:30 PM $182

Plaster Uses in the Studio with Josh Manning
Who’s afraid of plaster in the studio? Not us! Learn to make throwing bats, table tops and simple press molds in this hands-on workshop with josh Manning of Floyd VA. Josh brings a wealth of studio and industrial experience to the workshop lending his knowledge to participants who want to use plaster in the studio but don’t know where to start. Price includes materials and lunch on Saturday. 
Plaster Uses in the Studio with Josh Manning 2/3-2/4 SASU 9A-5pm $100

Salt Glaze Workshop with Josh Floyd
Now is the chance to explore the historic foundations of salt glazing and the technical side of claybodies, slips and glazes. Meet with instructor Josh Floyd February 24th for demos and discussions, then come back to load and fire our Salt Glaze Kiln on April 20/21 st .
Salt Glaze Workshop with Josh Floyd 2/24 & 4/20-4/21 FSA $127

Tuesday Night Beginner Clay Class
This class is designed for folks with little or no experience with clay. Explore handbuilding and wheel thrown pottery techniques. No experience necessary. 8 weeks. 24 hrs.
Beginner Clay Class 3/6-5/1 T 6-9pm $72 

Mark Arnold Workshop: Hands on and Hand Built
Watch, listen and make alongside Mark Arnold as he shares his thoughts and processes in making pots. Explore pressmolds, earthenware slips and glazes. Discover new ways of making your own work through the thoughtful eyes of a great up and coming artist. Price includes materials and lunch on Saturday.
Mark Arnold Workshop: Hands on and Hand Built 4/7-4/8 SASU 9-5PM $225

Click Here to Register!

 

Knifemaking

Christmas Gift Knife with Ed Vanhoy
Each student will start with a raw piece of metal and leather and turn it into a fully functional finished knife and leather sheath. The class will discuss the proper anatomy of the knife/sheath and the different functions of the many fixed blade designs. This is a great chance for the student to make a great handmade knife for themselves as a Christmas gift!
Christmas Gift Knife 11/30-12/3 8A-6P $375.00

Intro to Knife Forging with Bill Bisher
This Tuesday night recurring class will introduce students to all aspects of forging basic knives and blades. Includes some basic blacksmithing principals as well as metal choice and tool making. Bill is a local knife maker with over 20 years of experience. Open to all levels, and great for beginners.
Intro to Knife Forging 1/9-2/27 T 5:30-9:30P $175 

Basic Forging with Bill Wiggins
This is a hands-on course in which students learn proper forging, heat treating, and finishing of a knife blade. Topics covered will be steel selection, forges and forging tools, heat treating, and finishing of the forged blade.
Basic Forging 1/18-1/21 THFSASU 8A-6P $375.00

Basic Bladesmithing with Phillip and Barry Jones
This Monday night recurring class will give students the chance to sharpen their skills in knifemaking, working side by side with Phillip and Barry to create your vision in this open shop forum. The Jones Brothers will walk students through every step of the process, from grinding to forging and heat treating. Explore handles and decorative processes, too. Open to all levels.
Basic Bladesmithing 1/22-2/26 M 5:30-9:30P $120

Mokume Gane with Phillip and Barry Jones
Students will learn the ancient technique of mokume gane, the fusing together of layers of copper, silver and nickel to create a billet of decorative mokume for use in jewelry, knife guards and bolsters. Learn proper cleaning, fusing and forge welding techniques as well as patterning and design.
Mokume Gane 2/2-2/4 FSASU $375 

Tomahawk Foging with John Hege
Forging a tomahawk is a great starter project for blacksmithing. Forging the tomahawk head will introduce students to the basic practice of drawing and shaping steel as well as forge welding and heat treating to harden the edge. Students will forge a traditional style “wrap around” tomahawk head and will shape and fit the handle from provided hardwood blanks. Personalize and complete the “’Hawk“ with traditional details and embellishments of their choosing.
Tomahawk Foging 2/16-2/18 FSASU $375

Monday night class with Ed and Tanya Vanhoy
Beginner Knifemaking, all phases of construction, grinding, finishes, open to all skill levels.
Monday night class 3/5-5/28 M 5:30-9:30P $200  

Wednesday nights with Ed Vanhoy
Beginner blacksmithing, forging techniques, beginner knife forging and tool making.
Wednesday nights with Ed Vanhoy 3/7-5/30 W 5:30-9:30P $200

Advanced Blade Forging- Integral Fighter Knife with Theo Nazz
Join Forged in Fire Champion Theo Nazz in this integral Bowie fighter knife making class. Design and plan your blade and guard, then, with hammer and fire, bring your idea to life. Leave the class with a forged, rough ground and heat treated knife with hamon. An excellent chance to work one on one with Theo! Some forging experience required. Class was rescheduled from Fall 2017.
Advanced Blade Forging-Integral Fighter Knife 3/8-3/11 THFSASU $375

Grinding 101 with Ed and Tanya Vanhoy
This class is designed to teach the proper techniques of free hand grinding, covering hollow, flat, Scandinavian, and tactical grinds. It open to all levels of experience. All students will finish a fixed blade of the courses design. Materials will be provided.
Grinding 101 3/23-3/25 FSASU $375

Blacksmithing Historic Gate Hinges with Greg Bray
This exciting NEW class will focus on 18th century design and take the student through different aspects of hinge development. Students will make a pair of German style strap hinges, a pair of Moravian Staghorn hinges and if time allows a small set of cabinet hinges. We will also discuss different tooling, tongs and file work. This is an excellent class for intermediate blacksmiths, forging history with practical blacksmithing skills. Some tools and experience necessary.
Blacksmithing Historic 4/13-4/15 FSASU $375 

Fixed blade knife and sheath class 102
Class will cover all phases of fixed blade knife construction, students will finish one knife and sheath of their design approved by instructor with level of experience. Grinding 101 recommended prerequisite, but open to all experience levels.
Fixed blade knife and sheath class 102 4/19-4/22 THFSASU $375

Blacksmithing and Forging 101
Explore all points of forging with Ed Vanhoy. Class will include instruction in anvil orientation, types and uses of forges, forging tools and techniques. Students will learn forging processes and will finish basic projects. All materials will be provided.
Blacksmithing and Forging 101 5/10-5/13 THFSASU

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

NRA Gunsmithing

Montgomery Community College is one of only four schools in the U.S. that are sanctioned by the National Rifle Association (NRA) to offer bonafide NRA Short-Term Gunsmithing clases. The classes are taught by some of the nation’s most celebrated gunsmiths from across the country and around the world. Classes offered range from highly specialized to general interest.

Click Here to Register!

 

Taxidermy

Mammal Taxidermy 1/8-2/20 MTW 9:30A-6P $200

Deer Taxidermy 2/21-3/28 MTW 9:30A-6P $200

Small Game Taxidermy 4/3-5/8 MTW 9:30A-6P $200

Click Here to Register!

 

Drone School

Building a Drone
Learn how to build a drone!
Building a Drone 12/4-12/6 MTW 2-5P Rm. 238 $70

NC Public Safety Drone Academy
The NC Public Safety Drone Academy will prepare emergency service members and or first responders with the needed tools to become effective and well-educated UAV/Drone pilots. The NC Public Safety Drone Academy is fee waived for all qualified emergency service personal and first responders.
Safety Drone 1/9-5/19 T 6-9P SA 9:30A-3:30P $181.60

Part 107 Prep 
This course prepares learners for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drone flight certification. Topics include flight theory, flight operations, and flight training utilizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Remote Pilot - Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Study Guide, North Carolina Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operator Permit Knowledge Test Study Guide, and North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Division of Aviation UAS flight standards & best practices. Learners will gain an introduction to commercial, government, and recreational drone applications. Coursework will highlight topics such as regulations, weather, airspace, human factors and sUAS performance. Upon completion, students will be prepared to sit for the FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Knowledge Test and NCDOT UAS Operator Permit. This course will be taught utilizing the NC Department of Transportation Division of Aviation approved curriculum.
Part 107 1/26-1/28 F 2-10P SASU 9A-5P $70
Part 107 2/23-2/25 F 2-10P SASU 9A-5P $70
Part 107 3/23-3/25 F 2-10P SASU 9A-5P $70
Part 107 4/27-4/29 F 2-10P SASU 9A-5P $70
Part 107 5/25-5/27 F 2-10P SASU 9A-5P $70

Click Here To Register!

 

BeeKeeping

BeeKeeping for Everyone with Shirley Harris 2/19-3/26 M 6-8P and 3/3-3/17 SA 10A-12P

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

 

EMT Initial Course

Our Medical Technician Initial or EMT Basic course is designed to train individuals to become emergency medical personnel. The student is exposed to emergency patient care through both classroom training and hands-on application. Topicsinclude patient assessment, basic life support techniques (including airway management and CPR), oxygen therapy, treatment of shock, treatment of fractures, management of various medical emergencies and emergency childbirth. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be eligible to take the North Carolina and/or National Registry Basic Emergency Medical Technician certification exam.

EMS 1/8-5/12 TTH 6-10P SA 8A-5P $272.60

 

EMS Online

Two online course modules are scheduled each month – one in Basic Life Support for first responders and EMT-basics, and one in Advanced Life Support for EMT-intermediates and paramedics.

Date
Basic Life Support
Advanced Life Support



 





 

Click Here to Register!

 

Law Enforcement

All law enforcement officers and jailers in North Carolina receive training in subject control arrest techniques or SCAT during their basic school. There is currently no mandated inservice training requirement for SCAT after BLET. These techniques and skills are perishable if not reviewed on a regular basis. When faced with an assaultive subject it could make all the difference in the outcome of a situation. Advanced subject control techniques is an ongoing course that teaches 23 advanced techniques from Gracie Survival Tactics (GST). These advanced techniques build off of the basic SCAT that officers learned in BLET. Techniques can be practiced until officers become proficient. Recommended attire is uniform trousers, tactical pants or sweat pants, t-shirt or sweat shirt. All classes will be instructed by Pete Herron, Subject Control Arrest Techniques instructor and Gracie Survival Tactics Instructor. Fee is waived for qualified officers.

Click Here to Register!

 

Firefighter Training

Fire Fighter Certification Classes
Fire Fighter Certification classes are fee waived for qualified first responders.

Click Here to Register!

 

Electrical Technician

Motors and Controls 1/8-5/7 8A-12P MW Rm. 501 $181.60
Motors and Controls 1/9-5/3 6-10P TTH Rm. 501 $181.60

Industrial Electronics 1/9-5/3 12:30-3:30P TTH Rm. 501 $181.60

Residential wiring 1/9-5/3 8A-12P TTH Rm. 500 $181.60

Fluid Power Automation 1/12-5/4 8A-1P F Rm. 501 $181.60

Process Control w/ PLC's 1/9-5/3 9A-12P TTH Rm. 501 $181.60

Click Here to Register!

 

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Individuals may take the HVAC program as either a college credit (curriculum) program or a noncredit (continuing education) program. Successful completers of either program are eligible to take the NATE certification exam.

Heating and Heat Pump Technology 1/8-5/7 8A-12P MTW Biscoe Center $181.60

HVAC Job Ready 1/8-5/7 12:30-4:30P M 12:30-1:30 T 8A-12:30P TH Biscoe Center $181.60

HVAC Building Codes 1/9-5/1 1:30-4:30P T Biscoe Center $126.60

Heating Technology 1/8-5/7 6-9P MW Biscoe Center $181.60

HVACR Customer Relations 1/9-5/1 12:30-1:30P T Biscoe Center $71.60

Click Here to Register!

 

Welding

Welding 1/8-5/7 MT 7A-5:30P Rm. 171 $201.60
Welding 1/8-5/7 MT 6-10P Rm. 171 $201.60
Welding 1/10-5/3 WTH 6-10P Rm. 171 $201.60
Welding 1/8-5/7 MT 1-5:30P Rm. 171 $201.60
Welding 1/8-5/7 MT 6-10P Rm. 171 $201.60

Click Here to Register!

 

Advanced Manufacturing

 Certified Production Technician 1/9-2/21 TW 8:30A-5P Rm. 257 $180

Click Here to Register!

 

Automotive Mechanics

Montgomery Community College is partnering with Montgomery County Schools to offer auto mechanic training. MCC will host classes at East Montgomery High School. This course will prepare individuals for an entry level position as automotive service technicians. Contact Andrew Gardner at (910) 898-9674 or email gardnera@montgomery.edu for more information about dates, times, and cost.

Click Here to Register!