Continuing Education

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Continuing Education

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Mitchell Community College's Continuing Education Division offers a variety of courses, programs and services to meet the needs of local employers and employees. With a focus on short-term training, Mitchell Train for Work programs equip students with workplace skills that are in demand in Iredell County and surrounding communities.

Train for Work
Mitchell Community College's Continuing Education Division offers a variety of courses, programs and services to meet the needs of local employers and employees. With a focus on short-term training, Mitchell Train for Work programs equip students with workplace skills that are in demand in Iredell County and surrounding communities.

Business Solutions and Services
Customized training is available for small and large business. Counseling services are also available.

Customized Training
A well-trained workforce is critical to the success and growth of local industry. Mitchell delivers state-funded, company-specific training for existing, expanding and new Iredell County manufacturers. 

Small Business Center
Are you starting or growing a business? Mitchell offers free business seminars, interactive workshops and classes to boost your success. Free and confidential professional business counseling can help you sort out your unique challenges and point you in the right direction.

Public Safety
Train for work as an emergency medical technician (EMT), firefighter or law enforcement officer. Look to Mitchell to meet your continuing education requirements. 

Take Classes for Fun
Gain new skills for a new hobby. Get in shape. Explore topics that interest you through online classes. Classes for Fun can open doors to new friendships and community connections.

Online Classes
Take an online class for work or fun on any topic from Accounting to Web Design or earn professional continuing education credits. Earn your high school equivalency diploma using GED® Online.

High School Equivalency, Basic Skills and English as a Second Language
Finish high school through Adult High School or prepare for the High School Equivalency (HSE) test to earn a high school credential . Build basic skills in reading, writing and math and hone life skills. Learn to speak, read and write English. 

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