Your Center for Workplace Learning
The Business and Continuing Education Division of Temple College offers workforce training programs for individuals and businesses throughout Temple, Belton, Hutto, Taylor, Cameron, and the surrounding service area. Many of our programs are open to the public, providing an opportunity for adults to train for a new career path, remain current with new developments related to their present career or to explore possibilities for personal and professional growth. We also offer organizational consulting and customized training for businesses and organizations in our area. Refer to the Current Class Schedule to see what courses are currently on the calendar. Our Course Catalog by Categories below provides additional information about these courses and other courses that may be offered in the future. Want to see a course offered soon? Looking for Corporate or Customized training? Contact us and let us know!
Latest NewsTemple College has received a $750,000 grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to cover tuition and fees for adults who started college but dropped out before earning a degree or certificate.
The money also can be awarded to graduates who could benefit from additional training, such as Business and Continuing Education programs.
Eligible students can receive up to $2,500 per semester.
|BCE Grant Interest Form||Grant Info|
Course Catalog by Categories
|ACT/SAT/TSI Prep Classes|
|Commercial Driver’s License|
|Accounting & Finance|
|Communication & Language|
Leadership & Human Resources
|Occupational Health & Safety|
|Building Effective Teams with “TotalSDI|
|Business, Sales & Marketing|
|Manufacturing & Trades|
How to Register
The best way to register for courses is to call 254-298-8625 or write firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Corporate and Customized Training|
Business and Continuing Education partners with businesses and other organizations within our service area to identify specific employee or team development needs and create a targeted plan for addressing these needs. Whether we are identifying training needs, customizing a specific course for your employees, facilitating meetings, offering one-on-one coaching, or working on strategic planning, we are here to help.
For-profit businesses may also consider applying for a grant, which may cover all or part of the costs of training.
Temple College Business and Continuing Education has a long-standing history of success in helping our corporate clients – whether large or small – obtain grant funding for training we provide.
Skills for Small Business is targeted for those with less than 100 employees. For more information, please visit their website .
The Texas Workforce Commission’s Skills Development Fund is targeted for larger, growing corporations. For more information, please visit their website .
Upon written request to the Division of Business and Continuing Education, and
Courses that incur administrative and materials costs may only be eligible for reduced refunds, depending on costs incurred by the college. An administrator must approve exceptions to the tuition refund policy.
If Temple College cancels a class, a 100% refund will be granted. A class is cancelled when insufficient enrollment occurs. To help avoid class cancellations, paid registrations are required at least 48 hours prior to the first class day. The Business and Continuing Education Division makes every effort to notify students if a class will not be held due to a cancellation.
|What are CEUs|
|Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are nationally recognized to record satisfactory completion of certain approved occupationally related programs. Generally one CEU is awarded for each 10 contact hours of instruction included in a specified continuing education program or activity. Successful completion is grade and attendance-based. Eighty percent attendance is required for most classes, but some require 100 percent attendance. Individuals who register for and successfully complete our courses are awarded CEUs.|
|Did you know that you can take some college credit courses as continuing education credit (CEU) classes? These are called mirror classes and provide a number of benefits for those who want to build their work-related knowledge and skills without working on a degree plan.|
Temple College’s Division of Business and Continuing Education is always interested in discovering well-qualified instructors to help us accomplish our mission of developing the skills of the local workforce. We are looking for individuals with:
On occasion, we will “train-the-trainer” and welcome those who can instruct a variety of subjects in Spanish.
Our adjunct faculty teach:
Employment applications must be completed through the Temple College Human Resources Department. Contact us if you are interested in applying.
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