Welcome to Continuing Education at Montgomery Community College. Continuing education is also referred to as Workforce Development or Lifelong Learning. However you describe it, it is where many students get their college start.
Continuing education is just that - where individuals continue their education by getting a high school diploma or GED, by training for a new job, or simply by learning how to do something for the fun of it.
In general, Continuing Education courses do not earn credit toward a degree; however, some classes are specifically designed to bridge to college credit programs. Also, classes that meet the appropriate criteria earn CEUs. The CEU serves as a unit to recognize an individual’s participation in noncredit classes.
Scholarships may be available for continuing education courses. Please ask when registering.
Business and Industry Services
Training programs and services available to area businesses and industries, government agencies and public service organizations. These programs are customized to meet individual employers’ needs.
Career and College Readiness
Classes for the adult who desires to complete studies for the GED or to review reading, math and English skills. Also, classes for those whose first language is other than English.
Career Planning and Retraining
Classes designed to help individuals prepare for and find jobs.
The Quickstart series is intended to get you "job skill ready" with intensive 1 day sessions ranging from introductory information to some specific applications.
Prescribed Fire Training Center
Landowner workshops that include classroom presentations on the role of fire in wildlife management, the role of fire in forest management, and an overview of how to go about conducting a prescribed burn
Classes to satisfy any number of interests from art to wine making.
Electrical, HVAC, Welding
Small Business Center
Free training seminars, confidential business counseling services, and resources for the entrepreneur or business owner.