WHAT IS CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION?
South Florida State College is the Heartland’s premier provider of continuing education and professional development. Find out what SFSC’s continuing education programs can do for you!
Business people, skilled trade workers, and service providers need to continue their education – not only to remain knowledgeable about advances in business-related technology but also to maintain their professional certifications in areas such as real estate, construction, health care, and cosmetology.
South Florida State College’s Corporate and Community Education (CCE) Department is the first choice for work-related education. Our ongoing workshops and seminars can help you sharpen your job skills or earn the continuing education units (CEUs) you need to maintain your professional license.
CCE classes are delivered in a variety of formats and with the flexibility to meet the educational needs of individual workers, small businesses, and large public and corporate enterprises. CCE training is available at SFSC locations. Courses can also be customized to meet the needs of any business, large or small, and delivered at the workplace. Contract training options allow businesses to lease SFSC facilities for their own training programs.
South Florida State College is an open-access, higher education institution dedicated to providing a learning-centered environment through quality programs, training, and services. Working in partnerships with organizations and communities, the college provides leadership and a comprehensive range of opportunities for the educational, cultural, and economic development of the service district.
The college assists the people of its service district (DeSoto, Hardee, and Highlands counties) regardless of economic, social, or educational background to achieve success in
completing an associate degree in preparation for pursuing a baccalaureate or other professional degree or credential;
completing a baccalaureate degree, associate degree, or certificate related to career and technical preparation to enter the workforce or to improve career circumstances;
completing college preparatory programs of study including those leading to the high school diploma;
obtaining basic skills in literacy, numeracy, and citizenship to prosper as a contributing member of society;
gaining personal, cultural, and global awareness, appreciation, and understanding needed in a complex contemporary society;
pursuing advanced academic preparation and credentials available through partnerships with colleges and universities; and
participating in the social, cultural, environmental, and economic development of the communities served by the college.
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Tuesday: 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday: 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday: 08:00 - 17:00
Friday: 08:00 - 17:00
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