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Terry Campus Announces Professional Development Programs for Spring 2016


Dover, Del. —  The Delaware Tech Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education division has finalized its spring 2016 non-credit professional development and personal enrichment program offerings.

The complete continuing education course catalog is available online at go.dtcc.edu/DoverNonCreditSchedule.

Among the professional development offerings are health and medical certificate programs in the fields of Home Health Aide, Dental Assisting, Dialysis Technician, Polysomnographer (Sleep) Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Nursing Assistant, Ophthalmic Assistant, and Clinical Medical Assistant with Electronic Health Records.

There are also programs offered in the areas of entrepreneurship, optimizing social media for businesses, computer training, industrial training in asbestos education, certificates in retail operations and retail management, leadership, early care and education training, and ServSafe® food safety.

Personal enrichment programs include basic American Sign Language, culinary arts, hip hop fitness, photography, defensive driving, SAT Prep, babysitting and Junior Cotillion.

For additional information on Delaware Tech Terry Campus Workforce Development and Community Education programs, please e-mail terry-workforcedevelopment@dtcc.edu or call (302) 857-1400. Online registration for Workforce Development and Community Education programs is available at https://registration.xenegrade.com/dtccterry.

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