Community trainings now available at CCC
CLARKSDALE – Learn a new skill without breaking the bank with Coahoma Community College this Fall!

Community trainings now available at CCC

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Brittany Davis-Green - bdavis@coahomacc.edu

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Tue Sep 19, 2017

CLARKSDALE – Learn a new skill without breaking the bank with Coahoma Community College this Fall!

CCC’s Division of Career and Technical Education is now offering a wide variety of Short-term Adult Evening Trainings open to the community.

This semester’s training offerings include: Cake Decorating (four sessions, $60); Basic Industrial Electricity (eight weeks, free); Basic Plumbing (eight weeks, free); Forklift Certification ($75); Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) Training (six weeks, $100); and ServSafe Food Safety Training (8 hours, $175).

According to CCC Career and Technical Education Associate Dean Lucy Chatman-Scott, the short-term trainings can be beneficial for those looking for a new hobby as well as those looking to break into a new career field.

“Coahoma Community College is eager to assist individuals seeking to upgrade their employment skills, enter new fields or gain skills to earn a second income,” Chatman-Scott said.

“By offering these short-term trainings, we hope to provide assistance to adults at various stages of their working lives.”

The Cake Decorating training will be held at the Coahoma County Higher Education Center in Clarksdale, while the remaining trainings will all be hosted in the B.F. McLaurin Vocational Center on CCC’s main campus.

Participants must be at least 18-years-old and will be eligible to earn a non-credit certificate after completing the training.

CEU’s are also available for select trainings.

To register or for more information, contact Chatman-Scott at (662) 621-4217 or lcscott@coahomaccc.edu.