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Economic Development Training & Continuing Education Courses

Chattahoochee Technical College offers a wide variety of courses that are geared toward the current and growing needs of our community partners.

Our Courses

Click the links below for a full description of our available training options in key areas.

Industrial/Technical Courses (register here)

  • CEFGA – Construction Ready
  • Forklift Training Program
  • Multi-Craft Industrial Maintenance, Level 1
  • Multi-Craft Industrial Maintenance, Level 2
  • Welding

Leadership Courses (register here)

  • Leadership Academy
  • Project Management
  • Lean Six Sigma Courses:
    ——-— LSS Green & Black Belt Certification

Mine/Workplace Safety/Prescribed Fire Certification Courses (register here)

  • MSHA
  • OSHA 10 Hour
  • GFC Prescribed Fire Certification
  • Arc Flash/LOTO

Online Courses:

  • Ed2Go – 6-week Professional Development courses for online certification
  • Ed2Go – Advanced Career Training Programs for online certification
  • Legal Studies – Paralegal Courses, Legal Writing and other Legal Classes
  • Health Ed Today – Online Healthcare Education Programs
  • Test Prep – ACT/SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, etc.

Professional Development/Certificates (register here)

  • MS Excel Specialist
  • Grammar for Business Writing
  • Wastewater Collection System Operator
  • Water Distribution System Operator and Maintenance Training

How to Register for Our Training:

You can register for our training by selecting the above links.

Students can also register for classes by phone at 770-529-2345.

We accept credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express), cash, cashier’s check, money orders, and checks. Checks should be made payable to Chattahoochee Technical College.

If you need to pay in person: Payment can be made in person at any cashier window at the following campuses: Appalachian, North Metro, Marietta, and Paulding.

Telephone payments can be made with a credit card by calling the Student Accounts Office at 770-528-4570.

Do you qualify for assistance to get back into the workforce? Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)