Online Welder Technician Training 

Become a Welder Technician

 

Welder technicians use welding tools to bond metals into new or repaired components and parts. They may fix damaged metal machines or help engineers create new designs and equipment. Welder technicians work in industries ranging from aerospace to construction to oilfield operations and many more. If you enjoy working with your hands, using machines, and solving problems, this 100% online course will train you to start a career as a welder technician.

 

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Job Outlook for Welders in Northwest Colorado

  • According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), welders in Northwest Colorado earn $32.05 per hour or $66,660 per year on average. This is higher than the overall Colorado average of $49,870 per year.
  • Northwest Colorado ranks second in the US among non-metropolitan areas for welder pay yet hires only half as many welders as the average US area. The combination of strong pay and low hiring rates means employers are offering high wages but struggling to hire good welders. This indicates that the area is facing a shortage of qualified welders.

 

Welder Technician FAQs

WHAT SKILLS DO WELDER TECHNICIANS NEED?

Welder technicians use a variety of welding techniques, including arc, soldering, plasma cutting, and oxyfuel cutting processes. They use math to determine tolerances, read blueprints, and configure physical designs from engineering concepts. They must be familiar with the properties of metals, including both ferrous metals like steel and iron and non-ferrous metals like aluminum, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium, and zinc. Welder technicians work with powerful equipment, so safety procedures and practices are very important. Finally, welder technicians often work in teams on loud, sometimes dangerous jobs. Therefore, listening and collaboration skills are crucial.

CAN WELDER TECHNICIANS WORK ANYWHERE?

Although some state and local governments have license or certification requirements, welding is generally considered a very mobile career. Excellent welders are known as elite trades practitioners who can find work almost anywhere.

IS AN ONLINE COURSE GOOD FOR LEARNING WELDING?

This course is designed as an accelerated training package that will give you the concepts and skills you need to get started in a welding career. These include math, inspection, safety, materials, quality, metal cutting, grinding, forming, robotics, rigging, and welding.

 

Course Objectives

  • Welding Safety, Processes, and Applications
  • Troubleshooting
  • Inspection Methods
  • Metallurgy
  • Rigging
  • Fabrication Processes
  • Prepare for a career as a welder technician
  • Gain confidence in your ability to perform your job
  • Get the knowledge and skills you need to start your career in an accelerated format

 

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Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no prerequisites to take this course.

Curriculum

  • Key course topics include:
  • Math
  • Inspection
  • Safety
  • Materials
  • Quality and Manufacturing Management
  • Grinding and Machining
  • Press Brake
  • Robotics and Mechanical Systems
  • Rigging
  • Welding and Assembly

Instructors

This self-paced course is not instructor-facilitated; however, support will be provided through email, online forms, and phone.

Registration and Enrollment

This course is open enrollment. You can enroll and start anytime.

 

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For more information and assistance contact

Director of Workforce Training & Community Programming
Sasha Nelson
Office: (970) 824-1118 

Leigh Sokol
Phone: (970) 824-1109

Online Teacher’s Aide Training 

Become a Certified Paraprofessional

Today’s teachers need skilled paraprofessionals more than ever. This 100% online course will train you to work with K-12 students in as little as six months. By course completion, you will also be fully prepared to pass the ETS ParaPro Praxis Assessment exam and become a certified paraprofessional.

 

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Job Outlook for Teacher’s Aides in Northwest Colorado

  • According to labor analytics firm, Burning Glass, the demand for teacher assistant roles (teacher’s aides, teacher’s assistants, and paraprofessionals) is projected to increase by 21% over the next decade.
  • The average salary for teaching assistants in Northwest Colorado is approximately $31,548 per year, according to Burning Glass data.

 

Teacher’s Aide FAQs

WHAT IS A TEACHER’S AIDE?

Teacher’s aides play a key support role in student learning and development. Typical duties for a teacher’s aide include preparing lessons or activities for a teacher, setting up materials, or monitoring student progress and activities.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A TEACHER’S AIDE, A TEACHING ASSISTANT, AND A PARAPROFESSIONAL?

Functionally, there are no key differences between teacher’s aides, assistants, and paraprofessionals. While the specific job titles may differ between school districts, these roles all provide administrative and classroom support for lead teachers and share the same qualifications.

HOW IMPORTANT IS A PARAPROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION?

As with any industry-recognized credential, paraprofessional certification signifies a deep understanding of student needs and how to best help them while learning. In fact, teaching assistants are required to get paraprofessional certification in many states.

 

Course Objectives

  • Take and pass the ETS ParaPro Praxis Assessment exam
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of paraprofessional educators 
  • Identify benchmarks of development for children and adolescents
  • Gain classroom management strategies, instructional control, and positive behavior supports
  • Identify characteristics and intervention strategies for students with various disabilities

 

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Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no specific prerequisites for taking this course.

 

Curriculum

TEACHER'S AIDE FOUNDATIONS

CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

COMMUNICATION AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

SUPPORTING STUDENTS IN THE GENERAL EDUCATION SETTING

STUDENTS WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES

MIDTERM EXAM

SUPPORTING THE READING PROCESS

SUPPORTING THE WRITING PROCESS

SUPPORTING MATHEMATICS

PREPARING FOR THE ETS PARAPRO ASSESSMENT

CAREER ROADMAP: THE JOB SEARCH AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES (OPTIONAL LESSON)

PORTFOLIO FINAL PROJECT: INSTRUCTIONS AND SUBMISSION

FINAL EXAM

Instructors

Kt (Katie) Paxton 

Kt Paxton is a certified teacher with a master’s degree in Education focusing on Learning and Technology. She has more than 20 years of classroom experience and has been an online instructor since 2003. She also owned and managed a home daycare for five years and is the author of More Adventures With Kids in San Diego. Furthermore, Kt has trained and placed tutors with at-risk students in over 100 schools in addition to working with the students herself.

Registration and Enrollment

This course is 100% online. Start anytime.

 

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For more information and assistance contact

Director of Workforce Training & Community Programming
Sasha Nelson
Office: (970) 824-1118 

Leigh Sokol
Phone: (970) 824-1109

Online Plumbing Training

Learn to Become a Plumber

Plumbers are in demand. Because the current plumbing workforce is nearing retirement age, the plumbing industry is facing a shortage of working plumbers. In addition, aging buildings that require maintenance or replacement of their plumbing facilities are expected to keep demand strong far into the future. If you have strong mechanical skills and enjoy solving problems, this 100% online course will give you the foundations for a great career as a plumber.

 

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Job Outlook for Plumbers in Northwest Colorado

  • According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), plumbers in Northwest Colorado earn, on average, $22.65 per hour, or $47,110 per year. Statewide in Colorado, plumbers earn an average of $54,380 per year.
  • BLS data also notes that the Northwest Colorado region employs approximately twice as many plumbers per resident as the average US region. This indicates strong demand for plumbers in Northwest Colorado.

Plumber FAQs

WHAT SKILLS DO PLUMBERS NEED?

Plumbers need to be able to diagnose problems with piping systems, then figure out solutions and fix those problems. They must be able to work in confined spaces, using tools such as saws, wrenches, pipe brushes, and specialized cutting tools. They may also need to solder or weld, especially in older buildings. They work with adhesives and chemical compounds, so safety procedures and skills are very important. Finally, plumbers need good listening skills to properly diagnose problems. And they must know and apply building and safety codes to comply with national and local regulations.

ARE PLUMBERS LICENSED?

Each state and local government determines its own licensing requirements for plumbers. In Colorado, the State Plumbing Board licenses, registers and regulates plumbers. Colorado recognizes three levels of plumbers: residential, journeyman, and master plumber. Because each level requires work experience, most new plumbers begin as plumber apprentices. This course is designed to provide the training you need to start your career at this level.

IS PLUMBER A GOOD LONG-TERM CAREER?

Growth in the construction industry is expected to keep the demand for plumbers strong. The average building in the US is almost 50 years old. And the average plumber in the US is 58 years old. These factors, taken together, suggest that the long-term career outlook for new plumbers is very strong.

Course Objectives

  • Basic concepts of plumbing safety and the safety procedures for material and equipment use.
  • The function of components required for the construction of standard piping and water supply systems.
  • The use and meaning of specialty drawings associated with construction detail.
  • The application and installation of standard plumbing fixtures.
  • To identify piping materials and fixture types used in plumbing work.
  • To perform the essential math functions, calculations, and interpretation of the plumbing codes required to complete standard plumbing services.

 

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Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no prerequisites to take this course.

Curriculum

Key course topics include:

  • Plumbing History, Codes, and Principles
  • Tools of the Plumbing Trade
  • First Aid and Safety
  • Basic Math for Plumbing
  • Water Supply, Water Sources, Waste Disposal, and Sewage Disposal
  • Mechanical Properties and Protection of Building Materials and Structure
  • Piping Materials Used in Plumbing Work
  • Joining Methods for DWV and Pressure Piping
  • Squares, Square Roots, and Basic Geometry
  • Plumbing Fixtures
  • Faucets and Related Devices
  • Valves
  • Water Heaters
  • Building Plans, Drawings, and Scale Rulers
  • Sketching
  • Communication and Skills Professionalism
  • Pipe Joining Techniques
  • Special Applications of Plastic Pipe and Fittings
  • Introduction to Welding
  • Soldering, Brazing, Cutting, and Gas Welding
  • Piping Materials, Sources, and Distribution for Potable Water
  • Water Pipe Sizing: Main-and-Branch and Individual Run Systems
  • Water Heaters and Hot Water Distribution
  • Cross-Connection Protection and Pipe Identification
  • Sewers & Sewage Disposal Methods
  • Drainage Fixture Units
  • Building Drains
  • Stacks
  • Applied Plumbing Mathematics
  • Applied Geometric Concepts
  • Properties of Water and Air
  • Venting Plumbing Drainage Systems
  • Sump Pumps, Sewage Pumps, and Sewage Ejectors
  • Plumbing Traps
  • Fixture Supports
  • Hoisting and Rigging
  • Safety Concepts
  • Rough-In Sheets, Single Line Drawings, and Isometric Drawings
  • Venting Plumbing Drainage Systems
  • Winning Customer Service
  • Customers Revealed
  • Customer Expectations
  • Customer Service: Why Do It?
  • The Decline (and Revival) of Customer Service
  • Moving Forward with the Four P's
  • Traits of Outstanding Customer Reps
  • Measuring Customer Service
  • Customer Service Communication
  • Helping Upset Customers

 

Instructors

Adam Seek

Adam Seek has more than 25 years of experience in the plumbing industry. He is a licensed plumber, pipefitter, instructor, and maintenance/service technician with an excellent track record of success in safety, quality control, planning, development, and project management. His career in plumbing started at a young age when he first joined his family's plumbing business. He then went on to a four-year program where he was awarded for his aptitude and academic achievements.

Registration and Enrollment

This course is open enrollment. You can enroll and begin anytime.

 

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For more information and assistance contact

Director of Workforce Training & Community Programming
Sasha Nelson
Office: (970) 824-1118 

Leigh Sokol
Phone: (970) 824-1109

Online Human Resources Professional Training Course

 

Become a Certified HR Professional

Human capital is the single most important asset in any business and human resources professionals are charged with protecting these assets. This 100% online training course will prepare you for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification exam offered by the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). You will be fully equipped to advance your career as a certified PHR in only 6 months.

 

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Job Outlook for Human Resources Professionals 

  • Labor analytics firm, Burning Glass, estimates a 17% job growth for human resources specialists in Colorado and a 23% increase in demand for those in management roles over the next decade.
  • In Colorado, the median salary for those in a human resources specialist position is nearly $49,000 with top earners making more than $80,000 annually, according to Burning Glass data.  

Human Resources Professional FAQs

DO YOU NEED A CERTIFICATION TO WORK AS A HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST? 

While a certification is not required to work as a human resources specialist, the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification is one of the most widely known and most respected credentials in the field of human resources. It is also a requirement by most employers before you will be considered for higher-level human resources roles.

DOES THIS COURSE PREPARE ME FOR CERTIFICATION? 

Yes. This Human Resources Professional training course will prepare you for the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) exam offered by the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI). According to Payscale.com, those who have PHR certification get promoted faster and have a median salary that is $20,000 higher than those who do not. 

IS HUMAN RESOURCES A GOOD CAREER? 

Absolutely. Every organization, large or small, needs someone who can help them with employee relations. A career in Human Resources can be whatever you make it. There are dozens and dozens of specialties and career paths to fit almost anyone interested in helping others while improving relations between employers and employees.     

Course Objectives

  • Be fully prepared for the Professional in Human Resources certification from HRCI
  • Understand human resources practices, valuable skills related to recruitment and training
  • Gain foundational knowledge of employment laws and regulations
  • Develop retention initiatives and best practices for strategic decision making

 

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Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no specific prerequisites for taking this course. However, HRCI requires that you meet one of the following criteria in order to sit for PHR certification: 

  • If you have a Master’s degree or higher = 1 year of work experience in a professional-level HR role
  • If you have a Bachelor’s degree = 2 years of work experience in a professional-level HR role
  • If you have anything less than a bachelor’s degree = 4 years of work experience in a professional-level HR role

Curriculum

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCES

Learn about opportunities in the HR field and the skills you will need for success.    

HR’S ROLE IN STRATEGY 

Learn how to create compelling vision and mission statements, policies, and metrics grounded in business strategy.   

RECRUITING AND HIRING EMPLOYEES

Understand how to write a job ad that will attract candidates, effectively review résumés, properly prepare for an interview, and formally make a job offer. 

TRAINING PROGRAMS

Learn the basics of training, including the design, development, implementation, analysis, and evaluation of training programs. 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Understand all the things that must be considered when designing a compensation and benefits package.  

EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND SAFETY

Learn the ins and outs of complying with OSHA, protecting against workplace hazards, and investigating, recording, and preventing accidents and employee illnesses.  

THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

Gain knowledge of employment law as well as an understanding of equal employment opportunity, avoiding discrimination, and what happens when an employee files an EEOC claim.  

MAKING HR DECISIONS

Learn how to make decisions based on various company growth strategies and how to use HRIS Software as well as job analysis as a tool for decision-making. 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

Learn the full spectrum of affirmative action, how to create an affirmative action plan, and information on the AAP you will need to know. 

DIVERSITY

Understand what diversity is and why it is a good thing in an organization as you learn to manage it and handle conflict. 

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND DISCIPLINE

Learn the laws that protect employee rights and privacy and how to properly monitor and document behavior and discipline employees. 

TERMINATION

Understand the alternatives to firing as well as how to prepare for termination, including proper separation agreements as well as what to do in the event of wrongful discharge. 

INVESTIGATIONS

Learn why it is so important to investigate problems as well as the steps of an effective investigation including preparing, conducting, and wrapping it up. 

MANAGING LABOR RELATIONS

Get a quick overview of the history of unions as you learn how they work and why employees join them. 

CREATING A HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORKPLACE

Learn how to ask employees for input and act on it, delegate authority, keep communication open, and continuously ask for feedback as you strive to develop a high-performance workplace. 

GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES

Understand the basics of staffing strategy, cultural differences, HR in other countries, choosing global employees, and issues faced by expatriates. 

RETENTION

Learn the top reasons employees leave a company and how you can encourage them to stay as well as the importance of succession planning.  

MOTIVATION, REWARDS, AND RECOGNITION 

Find out fun ways to motivate workers and gain nine strategies for creating a great rewards program. 

PREPARING FOR THE PHR EXAM

Gain information on externships and internships as you review the basics of the PHR exam and begin to study. 

Instructor

Anna Smith

Anna Smith has worked in the field of human resources for 30 years and has taught at the university level for over 20 years. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Spalding University, a master's degree in management from Webster University, and a Master Online Teaching certificate from the University of Illinois. She is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional. Her experience spans many areas of human resources, including recruitment, labor relations, and affirmative action plans.

Registration and Enrollment

This course is 100% online. Start anytime.

 

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For more information and assistance contact

Director of Workforce Training & Community Programming
Sasha Nelson
Office: (970) 824-1118 

Leigh Sokol
Phone: (970) 824-1109

Commercial Driver Training

Become a Commercial Truck Driver

As business shifts from store-based to e-commerce and home delivery, commercial drivers form a crucial link between companies and consumers. Yet the commercial delivery industry faces a shortage of over 50,000 drivers, according to the American Trucking Association. If you enjoy operating large vehicles, meeting schedules, and working with many types of cargo or even passengers, this 100% online course will prepare you to enter the world of commercial driving.

 

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Job Outlook for Commercial Drivers in Northwest Colorado

  • According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), heavy tractor-trailer drivers in Northwest Colorado earn an average of $24.39 per hour or $50,730 per year. Light truck drivers, such as local package delivery drivers, earn $21.65 per hour or $45,040 per year. Bus drivers, including local and intercity or national route drivers, earn $22.37 per hour or $46,530 per year.
  • The BLS expects companies to increasingly rely on trucks to deliver their goods, even as supply chains and delivery times shorten. In addition, the Bureau notes that the average US truck driver is 55 years old, nearing retirement age. The BLS expects these factors to drive strong demand for commercial drivers well into the future.

Commercial Driver FAQs

WHAT SKILLS DO COMMERCIAL DRIVERS NEED?

Commercial drivers need to be able to operate large vehicles safely and efficiently. They need strong hand-eye coordination and navigation skills, especially in close quarters. They must understand how to safely load and unload large cargo loads. And because they work with a variety of customers, vendors, regulators, and colleagues, they need strong communication and collaboration skills.

IS COMMERCIAL DRIVER A GOOD CAREER AFTER COVID-19?

The commercial transportation industry is one of the few areas that has grown during the Coronavirus pandemic. As consumers moved from in-store to e-commerce shopping, retailers and logistics networks have depended on commercial drivers for safe, timely deliveries to warehouses and homes. This has created an increase in demand for qualified drivers, which many experts expect to become permanent long after the public health crisis has passed.

IS AN ONLINE COURSE GOOD FOR LEARNING TO BE A COMMERCIAL DRIVER?

Earning a commercial driver's license (CDL) is the first step toward starting a career as a commercial driver. The CDL is a requirement for any commercial driving job. Every state's CDL includes a written component dedicated to safety, regulations, transporting cargo, operating commercial vehicles, and handling hazardous materials. In Colorado, for example, you must successfully pass the written tests that apply to the commercial license you desire. They include a general knowledge exam and specific exams that apply to vehicles of increasing size. This course is designed to prepare you to sit for and pass your state CDL written exam.

Course Objectives

  • Driving safety
  • Transporting cargo
  • Transporting passengers
  • Combination vehicles
  • Tank vehicles
  • Hazardous materials
  • Complete self-study preparation to obtain a commercial driver's license
  • Gain in-demand soft skills to improve your employability

 

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Prerequisites and Requirements

There are no prerequisites prior to enrolling in this course.

Curriculum

Key course topics include:

Commercial Driving 1: Semester 1

  • Understanding Self-Esteem
  • Setting Goals
  • Learning Styles
  • Professional Uses of Technology
  • Security in Technology
  • 21st-Century Written Business Communication
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Anger Management
  • Conflict Resolution Strategies
  • Communication and Diversity
  • Communication in the Workplace
  • Sexual Harassment Awareness
  • Ethical Behavior

Commercial Driving 1: Semester 2

  • Basics of Notetaking
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Understanding and Improving Study Habits
  • Memory Techniques
  • Test-Tasking Skills
  • Effective Environments for Learning
  • Distractions and Deterrents to Educational Success
  • What is Motivation?
  • Self-Motivation
  • Trust and Motivation
  • Change as a Motivator
  • Embracing Change
  • Critical Thinking Basics
  • Problem Solving Model
  • Decision Making
  • Improving Decision Making

Commercial Driving 2: Semester 1

  • Communication Overview
  • Verbal Communication
  • Verbal Business Communication
  • Written Communication
  • Written Business Communication
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Communication Styles and Interpersonal Communication
  • Effective Communication
  • Active Listening
  • Assertive vs. Aggressive Communication
  • Communicating in Difficult Situations
  • Difficult Behaviors in the Workplace
  • Negativity and Power Struggles at Work
  • Working with Procrastinators and Untrustworthy People
  • Communicating by Telephone
  • Networking for Success

Commercial Driving 2: Semester 2

  • What is Stress?
  • Signs and Symptoms of Stress
  • Sources of Stress
  • Techniques for Managing Stress
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Mindset and Stress
  • Stress and Values Clarification
  • Stress at Work
  • Emotional Intelligence (EI)
  • Emotional Intelligence Skills
  • Understanding Anger
  • Anger Cycle
  • Anger Management
  • Conflict Basics
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Addressing Violent Situations

Commercial Driving 3: Semester 1

  • Pretest
  • Budgeting
  • Saving
  • Credit
  • Healthy Lifestyle Choices
  • Personal Wellness
  • Self-Awareness
  • Positive Self-Talk
  • Accountability
  • Self-Management
  • Tips and Tricks for Smooth Living
  • Crisis Management
  • Using Critical Thinking in Work and Life
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Balancing Work and Life
  • Pros and Cons of Social Media
  • Basic Professionalism

Commercial Driving 3: Semester 2

  • Introduction to Time Management
  • Time Management Types and Styles
  • Procrastination
  • Time Management Antagonists
  • Time Management Strategies
  • Personal Productivity
  • Handling Information Overload
  • Setting Priorities
  • Diversity in the Workplace
  • Tolerance and Respect
  • Respect and Employment
  • Becoming the Go-To Person
  • Advancing in a Job
  • Cooperation and Compromise
  • Influencing and Persuading
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback and Criticism

Commercial Driving 4: Semester 1

  • First Aid
  • First Aid: Guidelines and Precautions
  • First Aid: Physical Injuries and Emergencies
  • First Aid: Physiological Incidents and Emergencies
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Medical Emergency Awareness
  • HIV/AIDS Awareness
  • Pretrip Air Brake Inspection
  • Knowing Your Route
  • Vehicle Operation
  • Blind Spots/Danger Zones and Mirrors
  • Backing and Turnabout Maneuvers
  • Inclement Weather and Adverse Conditions

Commercial Driving 4: Semester 2

  • Driving
  • On the Road
  • Road Awareness
  • Safety
  • Sharing the Road
  • Traffic Lanes
  • Turning
  • The Threat of Road Rage

Instructors

This self-paced course is not instructor-facilitated; however, support will be provided through email, online forms, and phone.

Registration and Enrollment

This course is open enrollment. You can enroll and begin anytime.

 

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For more information and assistance contact

Director of Workforce Training & Community Programming
Sasha Nelson
Office: (970) 824-1118 

Leigh Sokol
Phone: (970) 824-1109

About CNCC

Colorado Northwestern is one college in two Colorado communities. Depending on what you want to study, CNCC has the perfect surroundings and facilities to meet your needs. Founded in 1962 as “Rangely College,” CNCC now serves nearly 1,800 students on two campuses, two service centers and online. Our two campuses are located in Craig and Rangely and are 90 miles apart in the mountains and canyons of Northwestern Colorado.

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