Workforce Education

Check out our Spring 2019 Non-Credit Schedule. Listing starts on page 27.

Three Rivers’ Workforce Education offers non-credit training and certification programs to approximately 2,500 students each year. We are proud of our partnerships with local and regional companies, responding to their needs by creating programs for their high-demand industries and which in turn provides job training and job opportunities for our students. Whether your goals include learning new skills, reinventing your career, or personal enrichment, join TRCC today.

Please note that we offer courses that are covered by your SNAP benefits.  To see if you qualify, please call (860) 215-9426.

Because we accept SNAP scholarships, the USDA requires that we post their Nondiscrimination Statement. Three Rivers Community College also has an Affirmative Action Policy and Non-Discrimination Statement.

Allied Health

Some of the fastest growing careers in Connecticut are in the field of health care. We offer several non-credit courses in the Allied Health Field. Check out our offerings.

Manufacturing

Like working with your hands and building things? We offer courses in welding, machining and more through the Manufacturing Pipeline program.

Online Learning/Ed2Go

Thinking about learning Italian, brush up on your grammar, learn how to publish, be a better photographer. All these and more await you, all online.

Professional Development

Looking to advance in your current position or change your career, even become a security officer or real estate agent? These and other courses are available.

Computer Skills and Training

Build your job skills by learning how to use Microsoft Word and other softwares.

Business and Industry

Three Rivers Center for Business & Industry Training is part of the statewide Business & Industry Services Network (BISN). TRCC provides client companies with a variety of services which include: customized training, business consultation services, data gathering and referral, plus seminars and workshops.

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