Continuing Workforce Education

Continuing Workforce Education is instruction that does not result in a certificate, diploma or degree.

Continuing Workforce Education is for:

  • Individuals who are required to have training for licensure renewal or certification renewal by a regulatory or credentialing body. Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are awarded to individuals for successful completion of certain approved credit courses, programs, classes and activities for nurses, EMT’s and Paramedics, law enforcement and corrections personnel. One CEU is awarded for every ten (10) contact hours of participation. The CEU serves as a unit of measure to give recognition for an individual’s participation in approved non-credit activities. CEU’s do not convert to semester credit hours.
  • New or expanding businesses.
  • Business, industry and governmental agencies whose products or services are changing so that retraining of employees is necessary or whose employees need training in specific skills to increase efficiency and productivity.
  • Individuals who are enhancing occupational skills necessary to maintain current employment, to cross-train or to upgrade employment.

Contact the individual department for specific course information. For more information about Continuing Workforce Education opportunities at NFCC, contact David Dunkle, Associate Dean of Economic Development and Technical Programs, at 850-973-9440 or dunkled@nfcc.edu. 

Admission Requirements

Some courses may have specific admission requirements. Such requirements, if any, will be incorporated in the official announcement of the course offering.

Fees

Fees will be established by the Administration of the College at the time of the course offering.

Financial Assistance 

There is no financial assistance for Workforce Development courses.

Training/Courses

Examples of customized training include but are not limited to the following:

  • Supervisor Training
  • Business Etiquette
  • Presentation Skills
  • Customer Service
  • Communication Skills
  • Industrial Safety
  • Time Management
  • Team Building
  • Medical Coding

Business-Related Certification Programs

NFCC is committed to meeting the employment needs of the business community in its six-county service district and surrounding areas. Business-related certificate programs are developed and implemented on an on-demand basis. An applicant pool must reach a specific level prior to program offering. Contact David Dunkle, Associate Dean of Economic Development and Technical Programs at 850-973-9440 or dunkled@nfcc.edu for program offering information.