Center for Business, Workforce & Community Learning
Workforce Training & Business Development
Oregon’s workforce and small businesses are as unique as our state. From forest-to-farm, from main street-to-manufacturing; we provide tools and resources to help with every stage and every part of your business.
The Center for Business, Workforce & Community Learning (CBWCL) and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) customize our services; providing specialized workforce development programs and small business advisory tailored to our unique local business trends.
From professional programs with pathways to degree programs, to one-day workshops and individual business advisory; we are the one-stop connection you need to succeed.
Find a complete list of all non-credit classes offered.
Thinking of starting a business? Own a business but need some advice? Start here.
Let us know what you need and we will work with you to create a training program just for you and your employees.
From flagger to food service and real estate to OSHA, find certification courses to meet your goals.
To give local contractors the opportunity to interact with job seekers in the construction industry.
The Treasure Valley Community College Center for Business, Workforce & Community Learning (TVCC CBWCL) has partnered with several local organizations to provide FREE training in construction skills to interested trainees. Contractors will be selected to attend to help meet their hiring needs and to brush up on their employee training skills.
Earn a certificate and get started in this exciting career.TVCC offers a One-Year Emergency Medical Technician Certificate program, which provides students with the first year of a two-year degree leading into becoming a paramedic. This certificate is designed to articulate with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Emergency Medical Technology-Paramedic or a baccalaureate degree in Emergency Medical Services. The certificate program requires a minimum of 47 credits.
Learn CPR and get certified
TVCC uses approved American Heart Association guidelines for CPR training. AHA Guidelines are used to create the highest quality training materials, courses and programs in CPR, first aid and advanced emergency cardiovascular care for healthcare professionals, first responders, employees and the general public. Click below to see our current class flyer.
All Wildland Fire classes meet or exceed federal course standards as outlined by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG)TVCC is an active partner with local and regional federal and state agencies to provide training opportunities for current agency personnel, private fire contractors and individuals seeking employment as firefighters. Many of these courses have pre-requisite requirements in order to register. Space is limited and there are enrollment pre-registration deadlines.
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