Workforce Preparation

Careers

Career and technical education programs are short-term preparation for high-wage in-demand careers.  IVCC has certificate options for students that would like to go to work quickly, for those that would like to get an Applied Associates degree, and even for those that would like to transfer to a four-year institution.  Some programs can be completed in a year or less, while others are complete within two years for full-time students.  For students that need quicker skill enhancement, the Business Training Center offers customized upskill training to individuals that would like to excel or move up in their career.  Explore our current offerings, and feel free to contact the Division of Workforce Development for more information.

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Automotive Technology

Do you like to work with your hands? Enjoy troubleshooting to figure out the problem? Then the Automotive Technology program may be the career field for you.
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Computer Numerical Control Operators (CNC)

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Cybersecurity

WHY STUDY CYBER SECURITY? Cybersecurity is critical to all areas of society, including healthcare, business, finance, public utilities, transportation, and our personal lives. The Cyber Security degree program provides students with a strong foundation in computers and networking with an emphasis on security. Courses are aligned with industry-recognized certifications in operating systems, ethical hacking, computer hardware and software, and network infrastructure configuration, as well as the skills required to defend networks and devices against cyber-attacks.
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Emergency Medical Services

Are you interested in helping other?  Looking for ways to give back to your community?  The Emergency Medical Services Program is a way that you can do both.
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Machinist and Tool and Die Making

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Office Professional

If you like coordinating projects, working with technology, or having a variety of responsibilities; then you can use your good communication skills to support others in an office environment.  The career path for office technology is exciting, varied, and a stepping stone to many other positions in the business environment!
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Truck Driver Training

Are you looking for a flexible career? Do you like to drive? Are you looking for a career in a high demand trade? Holding a Class A CDL may be the ticket to a better paying job.  Do you have a Class B CDL and need to upgrade to Class A?  Contact IVCC Truck Driver Training for class schedule and more information.