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Business & Entrepreneurship

Are you considering increasing your job skills and knowledge to make advances in your career? The training opportunities offered at Delaware Tech through the Workforce Development & Community Education Division are designed for those who want to upgrade their skills or change their career path altogether.

Our professional development programs can range from attendance at a workshop, a course, a series of courses, or a certificate program. Establish a plan through continuing education to successfully land a higher paying job or one that you simply enjoy more.

Delaware Tech is aware of business and industry leaders’ educational demands and offers courses to meet the ever-changing and increasing technology learning needs for people in the workforce. From computers and health care to the ever-growing training demands of sustainable and renewable energy, our courses give you the tools to achieve your goals

Environmental

The mission of the Environmental Training Center at Delaware Technical Community College, Owens Campus is to provide applicable classroom training as well as on-site technical assistance to Delaware's environmental workforce. Classroom training consists of credit and non-credit programs for well drillers, water and wastewater operators.

The non-credit programs include courses which prepare operators to successfully complete the state's rigorous licensing examination. Once operators are licensed, the Environmental Training Center provides on-going continuing education classes and seminars.

The Associates of Applied Science Degree in water or wastewater technology is an in-depth education designed to produce technical experts and future managers for the environmental professional fields.

If you have any questions regarding the Environmental courses, please don't hesitate to call the Environmental Training Center at (302) 259-6380. If you need to register for the course please make sure your account is set up and register online. Thank you!

Health

Health oriented programs in three areas are offered: Career Development, Approved Continuing Education and Prevention Wellness. Formats include online education, home study courses as well as the traditional classroom course/workshop/seminar. These continuing education programs offer CEUs and/or contact hours.Interested in a career in the healthcare field?

Attend a FREE allied health information session to learn detailed information on the requirements, course content, successful completion criteria, and funding options.

Attendance at one session and placement testing is required prior to admission into an allied health program.

Please call Workforce Development and Community Education Office at (302) 259-6330 fro more information or email owensworkforcedevelopment@dtcc.edu

Don't forget to ask about the Job Skills Training Scholarship!

  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Phlebotomy Technician
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Certified EKG Technician
  • EMT - Basic Certification
  • Polysomnography Technician
  • Dental Assistant
  • Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
  • Certified Medical Administrative Assistant 

Scholarship recipients will have course fees adjusted and the amount of the scholarship award refunded or credited to their account if on a deferred payment plan.