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The Community and Corporate Education Department (CCE) at North Central Michigan College offers a wide range of training for your business with programs tailored to meet specific individual and industry needs. CCE offers training on current technology and equipment, hands-on, experience-based learning, convenient scheduling and locations and certificates of completion and CEU’s recognized by industries.

In the areas of Manufacturing and Engineering Technology, CCE provides courses to support local employers, employees, and individuals looking to build the skills to strengthen our industrial workforce. Our courses are aligned with industry-recognized certifications from the Smart Automation Certification Alliance (SACA) and the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC).

CCE also offers several opportunities for workforce training in the public service sector, including training for paramedics, firefighters, and corrections officers, as well as in the areas of healthcare and hospitality.

If you are looking for soft skills training for your employees, CCE features programs in Leadership, Time Management, Problem Solving, Customer Service and Communications. Training can be conducted at the college or at your locations.

Grant funding is available to offset or cover the cost of many of these programs. GoingPro, Michigan New Job Training Program, and MiLeap are just some of the state-funded programs available to help small and medium businesses train new and recumbent workers.

For more information about Workforce Training, please contact Christy Lyons, Director of Corporate and Community Education. (231)348-6822 or clyons1@ncmich.edu.

If your interest in learning is on the lighter side, the CCE Lifelong Learning Club offers a continuously updated schedule of classes in the areas of history, health, art, nature, and much more. Join our club of over 3,200 Lifelong Learners who regularly participate in these in-person and virtual offerings. Some classes are offered in partnership with Aquinas College, while others are presented by local experts. Some of the upcoming classes include: The Owls of Michigan, Digital Photograpy, Alzheimer’s & Dementia Research, and our Luncheon Lecture series. A full list of Lifelong Learning classes can be found here.

About the Author(s)

Christy Lyons

Christy Lyons joined North Central Michigan College as director of Corporate and Community Education division in 2020 following a 26-year career with the Petoskey News-Review, where she served most recently as general manager overseeing a team of 60 employees. She earned her B.B.A. from the University of Michigan.

Corporate and Community Education, North Central Michigan College
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