Workforce and Professional Development

Whether you’re seeking to reenter the workforce, upgrade your professional skills, have a passion for lifelong learning, or are a business needing to upskill its workforce; WCCC offers extensive non-degree (credit and non-credit), professional and continuing education opportunities to fit your needs. Many courses are designed to offer convenience through hybrid and online modalities to prepare you for professional occupations for many in-demand occupations.

WCCC’s Division of Workforce and Professional Development Mission is to work directly with businesses to meet their workforce training needs and to assist individuals to enter employment and advance in career pathways. It builds upon strong partnerships with businesses and industry leaders, as well as workforce, economic, and community development organizations to determine occupational demand, identify core competencies, stimulate innovation, and promote technology immersion. This work helps to build and evolve relevant and proactive institutional programming which leads to sustainable employment, upward mobility, family self-sufficiency, and a highly-skilled and ever-evolving workforce.

To learn more contact workforce@wccc.me.edu

 

Partners in Behavioral Health Pathways… 

  • Case Manager/Case Worker
  • Behavioral Health Professional
  • Direct Support Worker
  • Mental Health Technician
  • Social or Human Service Worker
  • Drug and Alcohol Counselor
  • Eligibility Specialist
  • Advocate
  • Residential Care Aide
  • Rehabilitation Technician

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