The Corporate and Community Education Division serves as a catalyst for the economic and lifelong development of the citizens and businesses/organizations of Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties by offering quality and relevant QuickJobs, certificate programs, and courses.
Corporate and Community Education Division QuickJobs Training Programs
Even with high unemployment, many jobs continue to go unfilled. Job seekers hear time and time again that they just don’t have the occupational skills the company seeks. Corporate and Community Education is dedicated to working to help you get the skills you need to find a job…fast!
Why Consider a QuickJobs Training Program?
- You can start a new career or move up to a better one.
- You can develop and use the skills you learn to start a small business.
- Despite the current economy, there is still a demand for skilled workers in South Carolina.
- Industry experts agree that at least 65% of future jobs will require specific or occupational training, not a four-year degree.
- The training is developed for fields where job growth is expected.
QuickJobs programs can be completed in less than three months. For a current schedule of classes, please contact the Corporate and Community Education Customer Resource Center in the Industrial and Business Development Center on the Pendleton Campus at 864-646-1700 or visit the division website at www.tctc.edu/learn.
Corporate & Community Education Departments
Business Training Center provides a wide range of QuickJobs Certificate programs and courses for basic computer training, desktop applications, IT Certifications, office skills, small business and small business start-up, photography, construction, criminal justice, and a selection of hundreds of online programs and courses.
Commercial Driving/Transportation Department offers QuickJobs certificates in Class A (160 hours) and Class B (70 hours) commercial driver’s license training, as well as a 40-hour Refresher course. The Class A and Class B training provides the required hours needed to test and become licensed as a commercial driver. The refresher program provides necessary training for individuals who have a current CDL license but have been out of driving for over a year to update skills and become marketable as a truck driver once again. This department also offers defensive driving for both automobile (4 point reduction available once every three years upon completion of the course) and commercial drivers, along with driver’s education for new drivers.
Career Development offers QuickJobs Certificates in culinary arts, interior design, floral design, horticulture, landscape maintenance, turfgrass management, real estate, and certified logistics associate (warehouse management).
Health Care offers courses and certificates in several in-demand health care career areas. The course of study for each of our certificates meets state or national professional standards and qualify the student to sit for the state or national exam in that specific career field. If you are interested in exploring or entering one of the health care careers we offer in either direct patient care or administrative support; or, if as a health care professional you need assistance in obtaining professional development hours or approved CEUs in your specific career field, our programming can be of service.
Life and Leisure Corporate and Community Education offers a variety of life and leisure courses that include dance, handgun safety, photography, drivers’ education, writing, sewing, art, language classes, and more.
Highway Construction/Inspection/Testing provides training and certification for the highway construction industry, including flagger, National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) heavy equipment operator, and South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) materials testing technician certifications in the areas of asphalt, coarse aggregate, earthwork/base course, and bridge foundations. Pre-certification training is also available for asphalt and earthwork/base course technicians.
World Class Training Center provides training and services to manufacturing or service industries, government agencies, and individuals on topics such as supervision, management, team building, specific training to upgrade the technical skills of industrial employees, and more. The MSSC Certified Production Technician QuickJobs Certificate program, one of the most popular programs, prepares workers for entry level industrial positions.
Each of our Corporate and Community Education Departments can offer courses and certificates at your organization’s location on a schedule that accommodates your business activities. Our customized courses are designed specifically to meet your business needs. We help you identify the learning outcomes you require to grow your business. Your employees gain practical skills they can apply on the job. For more information, call 864-646-1700.
Corporate and Community Education Financial Aid
Students enrolled in Corporate and Community Education (non-credit) classes are not eligible to receive the Pell Grant, Stafford Loan, or Lottery Tuition Assistance. However, other tuition assistance and loan programs are available for Corporate and Community Education courses and QuickJobs Certificate programs. For additional information, call the Corporate and Community Education Division at 864-646-1700, visit www.tctc.edu/learn, or stop by the Industrial and Business Development Center on the Pendleton Campus.