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Some of the most popular programs at Spokane Community College (SCC) are considered career and technical because they offer students the skills they need to help launch them into high-wage, in-demand job markets. Take a look at the different ways you can train for a job at SCC.
If you have been out of the work force for a while or simply need to refresh your skills, short-term job training is a good option for getting back to work quickly.
Get started on a new career path through this six-week program.
Get started on a new career path with our six-week Career Transitions program where you can learn basic skill refreshers in math, writing, computer skills and résumé tips.
Our Skilled Trade Program helps prepare people for an apprenticeship.
A preparation course for the mandated State Training and Registry System (STARS) program.
Work as a nurse assistant and get help with English.
Join a Zoom Information Session offered every Wednesday at 10am to hear more about Career Transitions!
Need help accessing Zoom? Call us: 509-533-7221
Earn money while getting the skills you need to succeed in professions like contracting, electrian, plumber, painter, sheet metal worker and more.
Are you looking for basic skills and want to finish with a degree? You can get help with your program through anI-BEST/Smart Start program.
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