Train for A Job – Certificate Courses

Certified to Operate by the Missouri Department of Higher Education

The following courses have been approved for students to earn credentialed certificates:

Office Technology – 62% Credential Attainment Rate; 100% Job retention rate*

Basic Clerical

Office Support Specialist

Secretarial Refresher


Executive Office Administration

Legal Office Administration

Medical Office Administration

Office Tech Brochure

Construction Trades – 51% Credential Attainment rate; 75% Job Retention Rate*

Intermediate Construction Trades (ICT) Program

Introductory Craft Skills

ICT Carpentry Fundamentals – Level 1

ICTP Brochure

Highway/Heavy Construction (HHC) Trades Program

Introductory Craft Skills

HHC Construction Skills – Level 1

Heavy Highway Brochure – For Employers and Students

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Program

Introductory Craft Skills

HVAC Level 1

HVAC Level 2

Trades Internship

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Brochure

 Trades-Programs PowerPoint

Health Care Occupations – 100% Credential Attainment Rate; 71% Job retention Rate*

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

CNA Brochure

Healthcare-Programs PowerPoint


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*data Updated June 2019.  Job Retention Rate based on 180 days of employment.

For More Information, See Our

Course Catalog – Rev March 2020

Student Handbook – Rev March 2020

Admission Requirements by Program – Rev November 2018

Faculty Qualifications – Rev March 2020

Enrollment Application – April 2020

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