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NCC offers non-credit certificate programs

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

NORWALK, Conn. (August 31, 2017) – Extended Studies & Workforce Education at Norwalk Community College will be offering a non-credit certificate program for up and coming professions within the New Workforce. Extended Studies helps ready students for opportunities in new careers by awarding certificates in fast-growing fields such as health care, information technology, real estate, travel, small business startup and enterprise management.   

The courses, which span a variety of growing industry sectors, start this September and October.  Here are the course offerings for this fall:

Certified Professional Coder – Provides the necessary skills to pursue a career as a successful medical coder (begins 9/11).

Retail Customer Service & Sales – Students completing the course requirements receive an NCC Retail Customer Service and Sales Certificate (begins 10/24).

Entrepreneurs Institute – Provides motivated and self-directed students with the tools to develop a business concept and determine its viability for a successful launch (begins 10/23).

Microsoft Technology Associate – Designed for those intending to build a career in data platform administration or business intelligence (begins 9/9).

Non-Profit Management – Teaches the basic skills needed to operate a successful non-profit organization (begins 9/12).

Personal Care Attendant – Provides advanced training in personal care, professional skills and caregiver responsibilities for the elderly, sick or disabled (begins 9/8).

 

For more information, call (203) 857-7080 or visit http://www.norwalk.edu/dept/extstudies.

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