HLG OFFERS CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM
Friday, November 10, 2006
by Beth Sowers
Hannibal, MO. - Hannibal-LaGrange College Continuing Education now offers online non-credit programs giving students a broad range of educational options. The courses range from personal “how-to” courses to ones designed to keep you abreast of the latest developments in your profession. Many courses offer certificates that will prepare you for reentry into the workplace, enhance your credentials, prepare you for a promotion or career change, or can be used to meet continuing education or degree requirements.
For employers, HLG can be a one-stop resource for finding online business training and development courses. According to Johnny Abbott, director of dual credit and continuing education, “Increasingly providing and supporting continuing education is essential to attracting and keeping the best employees, remaining competitive in the marketplace, and increasing profits. Integrated into a corporate training program, our online training is a cost-effective and efficient way to help employees learn and grow.”
Certifications offered in this program include: internet design and technical programs; Microsoft certification training programs; networking and Comp TIA; healthcare, business, construction, video game design and development; business communications management, strategic leadership, finance and accounting management, human resource management, manufacturing management, general management, quality improvement management, customer satisfaction management, and project management.
“HLG continuing education classes are now available at anytime to anyone, reaching well beyond our campus in northeast Missouri. We offer many new, exciting, and challenging opportunities for learning, from informing to enhancing your career and enriching the quality of life. For our alumni and others, HLG is truly a lifelong education partner,” says Abbott.
For more information please contact Johnny Abbott at (573) 221-3675, ext. 338.
Contact InformationCarolyn Carpenter
Director of Public Relations