Looking to begin a new career or take your current skills to the next level? We’ve partnered with Workforce Board Lehigh Valley to offer affordable, noncredit programs that can help you achieve your career goals.
Funding for courses may be available through PA CareerLink; visit their site to learn more.
Learn the essential skills you need to compete in today’s manufacturing workforce.
Take courses on the biggest trends in the business space, gain the skills to start your own business, or invest in your career through boot camps and management methodologies like Lean Six Sigma.
Take foundational and advanced courses in some of the most common programs used in the workforce today, including Excel and PowerPoint.
Lehigh Carbon Community College, in partnership with ed2go, offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations.
For more information contact Jennifer Leach at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nurse Aide Training Program
Nursing Aides, provide daily routine assistance to others. The nurse aide is essential in providing activities of daily living, which are daily routine cares, and include bathing, toileting, dressing, feeding and assisting with mobility.
The nursing home is only one setting in which a nurse aides are utilized. They also can work for assisted living, hospice, hospitals and home health.
Phlebotomists are people trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research. Phlebotomists collect blood by performing venipunctures or for collection of minute quantities of blood, capillary sticks.
Phlebotomists work in hospitals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, community health centers, blood donor centers, doctors’ offices, and nursing facilities.
Pharmacy Technician Comprehensive
A Pharmacy Technician who works under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist can supply medicines to patients whether on prescription or over the counter, assemble medicines for prescriptions, provide information to patients and other healthcare professionals, manage areas of medicines supply such as dispensaries, supervise other pharmacy staff, and produce medicines in hospitals and the pharmaceutical industry.
Pharmacy Technicians can work at retail pharmacies, closed-door pharmacies, hospitals, and nursing facilities.
Medical Office Administrator
Medical Office Administrators are responsible for front office duties, including answering phones, greeting patients, managing health records, diagnosis and procedure coding, maintaining records, scheduling appointments, ordering supplies, inventory, and insurance filing and billing.
Medical Office Administrator can work in physicians’ offices, medical clinics, long-term care facilities, hospitals, hospice, and insurance companies.
EKG Technician and CPR Training
EKG Technicians perform diagnostic tests to aid doctors in identifying and treating cardiovascular problems in patients. These tests help detect irregularities that may result in a heart attack or heart disease.
EKG Technicians work in hospitals, cardiologist offices, physicians in private practices, and medical clinics.
Community Health Worker
Community Health Workers act as a liaison between communities and health care agencies. They serve members of the community by helping them to adopt healthy behaviors, such as promoting the health of pregnant women or children, improving nutrition, promoting immunization, or providing education around a specific health issue (i.e. diabetes or HIV/AIDS).
Community Health Workers can work in family services, outpatient care centers, general medical and surgical hospitals, and social advocacy organizations.
Develop basic skills in areas like welding or receive continuing education credits for certain courses.
FIRST RESPONDER, EMT AND PARAMEDIC PROGRAMS
Classes offered in Lehigh and Schuylkill Counties in partnership with the LVH
We offer State approved Emergency Responder, Emergency Medical Technician and an intensive Accelerated Emergency Medical Technician course at various times and locations throughout the year including a follow-up Paramedic course for those who have completed the Emergency Medical Technician course and have been working as an EMT. For additional information related to EMT programs, please contact Jennifer (email@example.com).
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Attempted the exam: Number of graduates that make at least one attempt at the exam.
First attempt pass: Number and percent of those who attempt the exam that pass on the first attempt.
Cumulative pass within 3 attempts: Number and percent of those who attempt the exam who pass on the first, second, or third attempt.
Cumulative pass within 6 attempts: Number and percent of those who attempt the exam who pass on the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth attempt.
Failed all 6 attempts: Number and percent of those who fail the exam six times.
Eligible for retest: Number and percent of those who failed their last attempt, but remain eligible for retest (less than six attempts, less than two years from course completion.)
Did not complete within 2 years: Number and percent of those who fail their last attempt and are no longer eligible for retest (more than two years from course completion.)
From CPR and first aid training including basic, babysitting, pediatric, wilderness, and even dog and cat first aid, we offer programs to prepare everyday members of our community with skills that can save lives.
Nationally Accredited Paramedic Program through EMI
- Current PA EMT Certification
- At least one year current, active PA EMT experience is preferred
- Anatomy and Physiology are prerequisites. Class are held in the fall for the program that starts in the spring.
For all other details, contact Thomas Rothrock Thomas.Rothrock@lvhn.org or leave a message at 484-884-0051.
Lethal Weapons’ Training (Act 235)
Other classes include those related to firearm safety, Act 235 Lethal Weapons for security or protective personnel, use of force strategies, Decision Making Skills for Gun Owners, Judgment Training and Recertification for Retired Law Enforcement Officer ID.
Public Safety Training for traffic, firearms, etc. can be designed to meet your personal or organizational needs. For more information contact the Public Safety/Transportation Training Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that a valid email address is necessary at registration time for all public safety classes.
Our Workforce Training provides custom learning solutions that improve performance and support economic development in our region. We can design and implement programs tailored to your business needs. Courses can be offered in person and online.
This program provides 200 hours of instruction related to advanced manufacturing. Courses cover topics such as safety, quality practices and measurements, manufacturing processes and production, and maintenance awareness.
Courses offer a robust introduction to mechatronics theory and allow documentation of hands-on electrical, mechanical, fluid power, and computer skills. These courses offer the opportunity to earn PMMI Mechatronic certifications in Industrial Electricity 1and Mechanical Components 1.
Help improve the relationship between managers, team leaders, supervisors, and team members with programs to improve productivity, enhance employee motivation and retention, and develop employee work habits and potential.
Certifications are built on core competencies and standards of excellence geared to meet industry’s qualifications for employment. Instruction combines the blended learning styles of online theory and hands-on instruction on industry-grade equipment with instructors who are experts in the field. Concentrations are available in:
- Industrial Automation Technician
- Industrial Mechanical Technician
- Industrial Electrical Technician
Courses cover topics like workplace safety, firearm safety, and classes for security and law enforcement.
Funding and WEDnet
The Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA) was created to make companies across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania more competitive locally, nationally, and internationally by updating and improving the skills of their employees to meet specific company needs.
We are a regional partner for WEDnetPA funding, which means participants are eligible for grants. Visit WEDnetPA’s website to learn more.
For additional information about LCCC’s Center for Leadership & Workforce Development and WEDnetPA Grant Funding, please contact Maureen Donovan at 570-225-7021 or email@example.com.
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LCCC offers noncredit personal interest courses perfect for those looking to learn something new in a fun, supportive environment. Courses cover topics like cooking, fitness, languages, and more.
Courses change often, so be sure to check back to see what is being offered each month. These are noncredit courses that cannot be applied towards a degree program.
How to Register
Once you know the course you want, you can complete the noncredit registration form and register in one of four ways:
To register, contact Noncredit Registration & Student Records at 610-799-1197 and when prompted, press 3 for Noncredit.
You can register in person at Noncredit Registration & Student Records in the Student Services Center Building on LCCC’s main campus, or at the Donley Center or the Morgan Center. Please bring your personal contact information, course selections, and payment. Please use only check or debit or credit card at off-campus sites.
Organizations enrolling staff for training and development purposes will be invoiced if a purchase order number is provided. Fax your completed registration form with your purchase order number to 610-799-1018.
Send completed registration form with check or money order to:
Lehigh Carbon Community College
Noncredit Registration & Student Records
4525 Education Park Drive
Schnecksville, PA 18078-2598
Materials fees are included with registration payment but can only be refunded up to four days before class start date. For most classes, the book fee is also included in the tuition cost.
If you must withdraw from a class, you can receive a refund, provided you have informed the Enrollment Services Office in writing before the beginning of the second class. If a class meets only once, written notice must be received prior to that class. Enrollment Services hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday.
4525 Education Park Drive Schnecksville, PA 18078
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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