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Workforce Training & Continuing Education

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ProgRams & Courses

Salt Lake Community College's Workforce Training & Continuing Education offers a wide range of certificates, courses and online trainings to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.

Certificate Programs
Certificate Programs

Earn a credential to advance in your current role or explore a new career. We offer flexible options such as evening and online formats.

Professional Development
Professional Development

Develop your workplace skills with a variety of one-day and extended courses to advance in your current career.

Degree Programs
Degree Programs

Earn an associate's degree that can be used toward a bachelor's or to improve your current career.

Encore Institute
Encore Institute

Second career or lifelong learning? The choice is yours.

Personal Enrichment
Personal Enrichment

Choose from a wide range of subjects to explore an area of interest and develop your skills at an accelerated pace.

Energy Institute
Energy Institute

Our award-winning institute offers apprenticeships, certificates and associate degrees to support the energy insdustry and renewable resources.

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Kiza Hemedi, a single mom and refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, would not let her lack of experience in technology prevent her from excelling in the six-month Basic Technology training, made possible by a grant through Utah's Department of Workforce Services TANF program.

Kiza had never used a computer before stepping foot onto the SLCC campus.

"Life is very difficult as a refugee," Kiza said. "In my home country I was a nurse but I cannot be a nurse here. Before I started these computer classes, I didn't know anything about computers and my children would laugh at me. But, the SLCC teachers are very good and patient with me. Now I can send emails and open attachments and show my children my skills!"

Kiza continues to use her newfound skills and confidence to make a place for her family in Utah; she began GED studies in January. Kiza plans to work toward becoming a certified nursing assistant, allowing her to return to the healthcare industry.