Continuing Education -- NonCredit Courses*


Continuing Education -- NonCredit Courses*

Florida SouthWestern State College offers a wide array of Academic Programs which result in Credit. Florida SouthWestern State College also proudly sponsors Noncredit courses. Noncredit is a term indicating that credit, is not awarded. These courses are offered in various forms such as continuing education, professional development, certification, and corporate training. The unit of measure is hours of instruction.

To ensure appropriate rigor and quality experience for participants, courses are presented by credentialed and/or subject area experts in the following Schools:


School of Business and Technology+

Continued Education Course Offerings for Corporate Groups and Individuals

Below you will find courses offered for individuals and corporate groups. We do our best to keep these lists as up to date and comprehensive as possible. Should you be unable to find a course offering you are interested in, or wish to find out more information on any of the courses listed below, please contact Jenna Valdez at (239) 433-6915.

Please click one of the images below to see the corresponding links to current course offerings.

Online Individual Training Courses

Corporate Group Training Courses


* Please remember: Credit is not awarded for these courses.
** Course availability is subject to change according to registration size
** Corporate Group courses, are only for corporate groups.

Quick Response Training (QRT) Grants and Florida SouthWestern State College

Florida SouthWestern State College is the State Fiscal Agent for QRT grants in SouthWest Florida. By working closely with CareerSource Florida in Tallahassee, the School of Buiness and Technology (SoBT) has been successful in securing $3.9 million of QRT funds to train over 2,300 new hires over the last four years in both Lee and in Collier counties.

This funding not only directly benefits the companies receiving training funds, but also results in a local economic benefit through the multiplier effect.

The QRT grant lasts for two years and is targeted on the highly customized training programs that companies need to improve the skill base of new hires. These programs can be instructed by specialists from the company itself or by a one of the SoBT's extensive portfolio of private and internal subject matter experts.

If you would like more information on Quick Response Training Grants, please contact Jenna Valdez, at (239) 433-6915.


School of Health Professions+

 

* Instruction in postsecondary career centers operated by school districts and Florida College System institutions are defined as Credit and Noncredit per Rule 6A-10.033 Postsecondary Instructional Unit Definitions.