Continuing Education Courses

Continuing education is fun! These are short-term, non-credit courses for professional development or personal enrichment presented in a relaxed, flexible format. You will find a pleasant environment, knowledgeable instructors and state-of-the-art equipment as well as reasonable prices. Secure registration is provided for our class offerings.

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A wide variety of continuing education courses are offered online that you can take in the comfort of your home or other convenient surroundings. If you need computer or internet access, take advantage of the computers in the Library on any campus.

Online Short Courses

Learn a specific skill on almost any topic (business, computer applications, design, health care and technology just to name a few) through a convenient Ed2Go online course.

Program Summary — These internet-based courses are highly interactive and led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. The courses are fun, fast and affordable. New sessions start monthly and typically take only two to four hours per week.

Program Fee — $95 per course (some courses run lower/higher depending on certification offered)

Registration — Register at ed2go.com/sscc. For more information, please contact Amy McClellan at 800.628.7722 x3510 or amcclellan@sscc.edu.

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Hundreds of online courses are available in these categories:

In-Demand Courses

Online Career Training Courses

Online courses and career training programs prepare you for a new career, or help you advance within your current occupation. Learn new skills and prepare for industry-recognized certifications.

Available Categories

Hundreds of online courses are available in these categories:

In-Demand Courses

Industrial Training

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Southern State's Workforce Developement staff have partnered with a premiere online training provider to offer our local manufacturers access to online modules that will fit your production schedule in multiple industry segments.

Continue to Workforce Development to learn more!