Washington County Community College Division of Workforce and Professional Development offers a variety of Continuing Education offerings, both credit and non-credit. CED classes are for learners seeking to upgrade skills or start a new career and often result in an industry recognized credential or licensure. These classes are open to the public and are offered on a non-traditional schedule and are held on campus, in community or business locations, online, or hybrid. In our effort to provide affordable, accessible, and flexible education, WCCC has developed relevant and responsive educational programming for the communities of the Washington County region and beyond. Examples of Continuing Education programming include CDL Class A and B driver training, Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Natural Gas and Propane, High Pressure Boiler, and Emergency Medical Technician.