The Workforce Development/Continuing Education Department pledges to provide a suitable alternative to traditional learning by providing short-term job training and community interest classes to everyone in our county service area. Our goal is to ensure that all who seek career advancement receive the proper training for the current job market. For those who want to learn more about a favorite hobby or interest, our classes offer up-to-date and exciting information. Check out a list of programs which are routinely conducted
To contact WTC’s Workforce Development/Continuing Education Department, call 843.355.4116, 4155 or 4177 or send an email.
To register for Workforce Development/Continuing Education courses:
1. Complete the application online and send it by clicking “Submit” at the bottom once it is completed;
2. Print and mail the completed application and fee payment to the Workforce Development/Continuing Education Office; or
3. Deliver the completed application to the Workforce Development/Continuing Education office and make fee payment at Business Affairs.
Points to Know:
– Workforce Development/Continuing Education courses are not eligible for traditional financial assistance.
– A minimum number of students is required for a class to be taught. If fewer than the minimum number is enrolled by one week prior to the start date of the class, usually the class is canceled.
– If a course is canceled by the College, tuition will be refunded in full. If the course is taught and a student decides to drop, withdraw, or not come to class, normally no refund is given.
– A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally-recognized unit of credit for recording satisfactory completion of certain continuing education courses. One CEU represents ten contact hours of instructions. Completion certificates may be awarded to students who satisfactorily complete a continuing education course.
– Normally students under 16 years of age may take Workforce Development/Continuing Education courses with the written approval of a parent or guardian. Some courses are not available to minors due to South Carolina laws or due to the discretion of the instructor (primarily for safety concerns). – Senior citizens pay the same fees as other students for all courses.
New and Expanding Industry Training Opportunities
Williamsburg Technical College cooperates with new and expanding industries to train work forces. Most often, the training is conducted in the industry where the trainee may be employed and, depending upon the program objectives, may consist of both classroom and on-the-job training. All training programs are established to meet the specific needs of particular industries. Workforce Development/Continuing Education courses are not eligible for Title IV or S.C. Lottery Tuition Assistance.