Community & Industry Education
Located on each campus, the Community & Industry Education (CIE) offices provide a wide range of programs and courses to include:
These programs and courses offer opportunities for individuals to stay current in new developments in their present occupation or to further their education for new careers or new fields of interest. Classes may vary in length and may have specific requirements, which are noted in the continuing education program and course descriptions. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Certificates of Completion are awarded in selected programs and courses.
Corporate Solutions & Economic Development
The Corporate Solutions & Economic Development offices are located at the Tarrant County College Opportunity Center and Alliance Corporate Training Center. This office works with Tarrant County employers to design and deliver contract and customized training programs to continually upgrade the skills of the current and future workforce and keep pace with ever-changing technologies. Grant-funded skills development training programs are available for qualifying businesses.
The Workforce Services office operates a network of learning centers in the community to assist people in improving their basic reading, math, and ESL skills and High School Equivalency (HSE) test preparation programs at little or no cost to qualified adults. Grant-funded skills development training programs are available for qualifying disadvantaged, unemployed, underemployed and/or disabled adults.
Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center offers consulting services throughout the community for small business owners or potential owners to provide practical assistance and solutions to grow and prosper in today’s business world. The program is part of a nationwide system that links the resources of federal, state and local government to colleges, universities, and the private sector to meet the specialized and complex needs of small businesses.
For more information about continuing education programs and courses go to the Continuing Education online catalog or contact any of the CIE offices.