Workforce Development & Community Education Course Registration
Persons 18 years of age, or not yet 18 but have completed high school, are eligible to take courses. Persons under 18 years of age may be admitted to the courses outside of the school day or with permission of the instructor and the school. All students must meet special course prerequisites that may be in place for specific courses, particularly those that may lead to third-party certification. The most current schedule of courses is available on the college’s website, with periodic mailings sent to residents throughout the college’s service area.
Phone registration is Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Many courses are available for online registration. Students should check the online schedule for registration information for a particular course. Names are taken on a first-come, first-served basis until classes are filled. Call 336-838-6210 for more information.
Pre-registration only assures a person a space in the class if that person is on time for the first class meeting. Registration will be completed at the first class meeting when students pay fees (unless otherwise required). Classes without a minimum number of paying students physically present and on time to register at the first class meeting will be canceled. A student may not register for someone else. Fees are not refundable for community service and self-supporting classes, and both areas require a registration fee for all participants. There are no exemptions. Late registration is permitted through the second class meeting.
Fees vary depending on the course classification and the length of the course. Some programs, such as College Readiness (Basic Skills) and Career & Talent Development (formerly Human Resources Development), are offered tuition free for eligible students. Books and supplies are the responsibility of students and may be purchased from the college bookstore.
Students must pre-register in person for the following classes: Notary Public, Phlebotomy, Nurse Aid I, Nurse Aid II, Law Enforcement, Defensive Driving, and Cosmetology.