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JCCC Continuing Education has funding available to train eligible students at little or no cost.

Funding has been earmarked for workforce development to pay for training and skill-building for businesses that need to reskill or upskill their employees.

Individuals who have experienced job loss or wage cuts may qualify, too.

Continuing Education Training Awards are generously funded through a variety of sources, including U.S. Department of Education Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds, JoCo Works, Workforce Partnership, Johnson County and the JCCC Foundation.

Short-term training is available in almost every job category

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Business Leadership

Including Living as a Leader

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Computer and IT

Including Project Management

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Healthcare

Including seminars and maintenance courses

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Transportation & Logistics

Including CDL training

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Manufacturing

Including Lean Six Sigma

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Construction and Skilled Trades

Including Plumbing and HVAC

JCCC Offers a Wide Variety of Courses — At Times That Work With Your Schedule.

Browse All Continuing Education Courses

Who Qualifies?

Individuals:

Unemployed or underemployed individuals who live in Kansas or Missouri.

Businesses:

Businesses can qualify too! Businesses must demonstrate the impact of COVID-19.

Proof of impact includes:

  • PPE Loan
  • EIDL Loan
  • Revenue decline of at least 20%

Or your business can be approved through JoCo Works.