Continuing Education

Customized Training E-Newsletters

 

Want to keep up with the latest news for the Customized Training and Continuing Education department?   Sign up for our quarterly E-Newsletter!  You’ll get updates on featured courses and news for the department.

For more information regarding our courses, please visit our website at  http://www.dctc.edu/continuing-education/

Amy Evanson
CT Information Systems Coordinator
651-423-8269

New Courses Planned for Fall

What’s New in Customized Training and Continuing Education

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The summer has brought many new courses and training opportunities offered by DCTC. New Online Professional Series and Importing 101 had their first classes run, just to name a few. Many new courses are on the horizon for fall as well as many corporate and customized training offerings. Check out our website for information regarding all of our new opportunities!

Amy Evanson
CT Information Systems Coordinator
651-423-8269

 

DCTC Basic Motorcycle Maintenance Course

Basic Motorcycle Maintenance Course

This hands-on, 4-hour course is designed for new riders or people who want to learn basic motorcycle maintenance. Learn how to do a pre-ride inspection, preventative maintenance, repairs on the road and winterization. To ride safely, riders should know their bikes as well as the rules of the road.

Course Information

Date: Tuesday, August 27

Time: 6 – 10 p.m.

Location: Dakota County Technical College Public Safety Training Building (located on the north side of County Road 42 across the road from the main campus building)

Cost: $65

Register now, online or call Gretchen Strehle at 651-423-8224.

For more information, contact:

Jim Unger

651-423-8482

jim.unger@dctc.edu

To learn more about DCTC’s motorcycle course offerings, visit our Motorcycle Safety page.

New Online Professional Series Offered at DCTC

Online Professional Series

DCTC’s online professional series will help you learn business skills for the 21st century that will boost your productivity and your organization’s bottom line. The Internet and social media have created new marketing opportunities and an immediate presence for your business or organization. Get in front of your customers using the latest technology and tools to create your identity, get your message out and improve customer interactions.

Many of the classes in the online professional series can be taken individually, however there is discounted pricing when you register for the entire series.

In addition to classes in the online professional series, we also offer the following courses:

Register for the series and then select the order in which you wish to take the courses.

For more information, contact:

Karen Christiansen

 651-423-8092

karen.christiansen@dctc.edu

Next Railroad Conductor Program Starts in August

Railroad

Next Railroad Conductor Program Starts August 26th.

This program prepares students to serve as railroad conductors in the railway industry, which is critical to our nation’s livelihood. Retirement rates of current conductors promise excellent job opportunities. DCTC formed partnerships with Canadian Pacific Railway, Union Pacific Railroad and many other regional and short lines to develop a curriculum that puts graduates on the fast track to employment in the industry.  Only a few spots are availible for the August start date, the next start is October 21.

For more information about the Railroad Conductor Technology program at DCTC, contact:

Larry Lewis

Manufacturing & Technology Coordinator

651-423-8276