Short-Term Intensive Training

High Quality Training Solutions

Is there Workforce Training or Continuing Education that would help you in your job, or assist you in getting a promotion, but you aren't able to afford it? Short Term Intensive Training (STIT) funds are available for some noncredit courses. If you would like to see if you qualify or if would like more information, contact the STIT specialist (info below). If funds are available and you are approved, these funds will pay for 50% of the cost of the tuition associated witht he course.  

STIT provides:

  • Professional training, utilizing qualified instructors
  • Training with start dates throughout the year
  • Tuition assistance

Program Eligibility

Individuals generally meet one or more of the following eligibility requirements:

  • Updating job skills
  • Seeking employment and need to obtain employable skills
  • Wanting to make a career change
  • Completing certification/licensure requirements

Program Benefits

Individuals receive tuition assistance for high quality, short-term, non-credit training that aligns with industry-specific needs for:

  • Improving job skills
  • Employment
  • Career change
  • Certification/licensure


The types of training subsidized by STIT are extensive and include a wide range of industries. These are some of the classes for which STIT has provided tuition assistance:

  • Project Management
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Quality 101
  • Business Writing That Works
  • Conflict Resolution
  • English as a Second Language
  • Computer Skills
  • Software Applications
  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
  • Composite Materials
  • Plastics Technology
  • Medical Devices
  • APICS (Production and Inventory Management)
  • Executive Certificate of Global Business Management (import/export)
  • Building and Delivering Effective Training Courses and Programs
  • Leadership, Management, and Interpersonal Communication

Tuition Assistance

The STIT program uses state funds to provide occupationally specific training for individuals seeking to match their non-credit training needs to employment opportunities. STIT funding covers a percentage of the tuition for course offerings.

For more information, contact:

Mariah Krizman