continuing education classes at dcc provide intriguing and engaging learning opportunities. these non-credit courses cover a range of personal enrichment and development areas and include workshops, classes, online, and hands-on learning activities.
online non-credit courses
ed2go has over 250 non-credit online courses available. most courses run for six to eight weeks with new sessions beginning the third wednesday of each month. courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, and supplementary links. you can complete any course entirely from your home or office. courses require an email and internet access, and may require specific software and/or books. some courses may have other requirements. college credit is not available for these courses, however, renewal units may be available.
fundamentals-basic training: www.ed2go.com/dcc
advanced career training: //careertraining.ed2go.com/dcc/
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|30 hour/2 credit gambling addiction workshop||$199||$258 (in-district), $362 (gem)||ongoing||online|
|15 hour/1 credit gambling addiction workshop||$119||$129 (in-district), $181 (gem)||ongoing||online|
for more information or questions on workforce development and continuing education, contact the director of workforce and continuing education, sara engle at 406-377-9441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
our mission is to build upon our considerable strengths and to respond to the changing needs of our communities by providing courses, programs and services of superior quality to individuals, as well as business, industry, government and professional organizations. by focusing on people, quality, customer service, and resources, we affirm the core themes upon which the college is based.
we invite you to participate in the educational opportunities provided by the workforce development and continuing education program and encourage you to contact us with suggestions or ideas about how we can continue to better serve our constituents by providing significant outreach programs to montanans and beyond.
thank you for your interest in working with dawson community college. we are constantly working to develop new and relevant courses for our workforce development and continuing education program.
our goal is to expand learning opportunities for the community and course proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis. if you would like to teach non-credit courses for dcc, please complete this form. if you have a specific course subject you would like to teach, make sure to fill out a course proposal form for each topic. please be prepared to provide supporting documentation such as resume, course outline and curriculum.
if your course is accepted, you will be contacted to coordinate the details of the course and gather any additional information. thank you for your interest in teaching for dcc workforce development and continuing education.