“EMCC has taught me lots of hands-on learning, and provides the best education around while doing it at an incredibly affordable price.”
No-cost, short-term training available now
We’re here for you.
MCCS is offering over 25 free online training programs that are tied to skills and jobs currently in demand in Maine.
See the list of offerings that include medical coding, pharmacy technician, medical records technician, and Microsoft office specialist.
Courses can be started online at any time, are self-paced, and typically take between 5 and 12 months to complete. Most allow you to earn industry-recognized credentials that signal to employers that you have the skills they need.
To learn more or to sign up for one of the offerings, contact the individuals listed here.
MCCS is grateful to Governor Mills and the Maine State Legislature for funding and supporting these important training opportunities.
Eastern Maine Community College’s Center for Professional and Workforce Development serves as an economic resource for the community by supporting individuals, businesses, and entrepreneurs through improving their skills and increasing their value and effectiveness for stakeholders. The Center works closely with regional businesses to solve issues related to workforce growth, training necessary skills, professional development, and other education areas.
Through the Center for Professional and Workforce Development, businesses can receive contracted technical training, specific corporate mission tailored programs, and assistance with access to funding. We have been providing training to a variety of industries since 1987, creating a dynamic curriculum and programs that foster workforce growth and success. Examples include mini-split heat pump training for Bangor Hydro and RH Foster, table games training for Hollywood Casino, and supervisory and teamwork training for The Jackson Laboratory.
The Center also offers a variety of noncredit courses to help community members gain industry-recognized certifications and important skill sets. These range in topic from healthcare to computer applications to energy and professional studies. Click here for a complete listing of noncredit courses.