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Continuing Education & Training
One of the College’s core themes is Community Development and Continuing Education & Training is focused on providing community enrichment and professional development to everyone in our region. We offer a wide range of classes in a variety of formats from one-day seminars to full semester classes. As part of the community, we find ways to partner with local organizations and businesses to offer courses to fit people’s needs. All of the classes are taught by professionals and community members passionate about their subjects.
Continuing Education & Training offers professional development and community enrichment classes. The professional development courses are to help professionals fine tune their skills, learn new techniques, and provide professional certification. Our community enrichment courses are affordable, fast, fun, and stress free.
Continuing Education & Training offers mostly non-credit classes. However, several of these qualify for OPI renewal units for teachers in our area and some meet state licensure.
Continuing Education & Training's Mission
Committed to providing educational access and learning opportunities for individuals in pursuit of personal enrichment, career advancement, and pathways to college.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) can be offered to the student upon successful completion of the course. CEUs are awarded based on national accreditation guidelines of 1 CEU = 10 contact hours. In order to receive CEUs, please see our process for awarding CEUs under our policies. In addition to CEUs, these courses are also eligible for Office of Public Instruction (OPI) Renewal Units. These are awarded on a 1 Renewal Unit = 1 contact hour formula and must be requested by the student.
For more information and updated class listings for Continuing Education & Training, please visit: www.gfcmsu.edu/cet/ or call 406.268.3734.