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A number of courses designed for people looking for new job skills, advancement in the workplace or personal enrichment, will be offered this spring by Northeastern Technical College’s division of continuing education.


Courses for new job skills or advancement in the workplace, including basic CNC training, blue print reading, pipe welding, introduction to Excel, and ward clerk/unit secretary, will begin in the upcoming month. Two of NETC’s newest certification programs, SCMC production technician and community health worker, will begin in March.


Some of the continuing education programs have funding available, such as the SCMC production technician program, which offers 100% scholarships for eligible SC residents. Funding for many of the new job skill courses are available through the SNAP2Work program.


Personal enrichment courses including defensive driving, cake decorating, gunsmithing, floral design and digital photography will be offered at the main campus or at one of NETC’s community campuses in Pageland, Cheraw, Bennettsville or Dillon.


A wide selection of online courses for personal enrichment, new job skills or advancement in the workplace is also available.


To obtain a complete list of offerings contact the division of continuing education at 921-6900 or 1-800-921-7399 and choose option 4. Course offerings are also available by visiting www.netc.edu, and clicking on the “Continuing Education” tab.


All continuing education courses are offered as non-college credit courses, typically meet once a week and last for a shorter period of time than regular semester long classes.


Registration for classes must be complete 10 business days prior to the first day of class.


To register, you may visit the division of continuing education on NETC’s main campus in Cheraw from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday or from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday. You may also register for classes offered on the community campuses in Bennettsville, Pageland or Dillon by visiting those campuses during their normal hours of operation.


For more information or to request a registration form, call the division of continuing education at the numbers listed above. Registration forms are also available on the continuing education webpage located at www.netc.edu. Some classes are limited in size and enrollment is on a first pay, first serve basis. Tuition payment is due at the time of registration.

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