Workforce Services

Fall 2014

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42 PVCC DIGITAL FALL 2014 Workforce Services Class Schedule workforce@pvcc.edu l www.pvcc.edu/workforceservices or 434.961.5354 PVCC Workforce Services Online Classes Taking classes online is a great way to fit career training and lifelong learning into your schedule. Learn from home or the office at your own speed. Browse through the hundreds of classes offered through our online vendors. • Ed2Go Hundreds of entry-level classes for business and personal enrichment • Ed2Go Career Training Prepare for industry certification or start a new career with programs in health-care, business, IT, media and design, hospitality, skilled trades and sustainable energy. • U Got Class Classes and certificate programs in business, marketing, health care and information technology. • The Income Tax School Career training and continuing education for tax preparers • Health Ed Today Since 1993, Health Ed Today has been supporting innovative health-care training and education programs with a wide range of courses including Medical Billing & Coding, Hospital Coding, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy Technician, EKG Technician and other leading health-care courses. • Protrain Protrain classes provide activities to guide students throughout the entire process of learning. You will receive support from your assigned Training Assessment Manager (TAM) and Student Services Specialist (SSS) representative. Tax Preparation A Flexible and Rewarding Career Opportunity Attention Current Tax Preparers: The IRS requires all tax preparers to pass a basic competency test and to complete 15 hours of continuing education each year. Looking for a new career? In just weeks, you can start earning income in the tax preparation field or complete your continuing education requirement with our new online courses. To view our course listings, go to: www.theincometaxschool.com/pvcc PVCC Workforce Services Offers

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