Workforce Education

Workforce & Community Education, a branch of Cowley College, is committed to providing working partnerships for every business and industry we serve - from manufacturing, to professional business services, to retail and beyond. We know this not only pays dividends for our industry and business leaders, but also provides vitality to the local economy by supporting the communities we serve.

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Workforce and community education

We offer practical training modules tailored to your specific needs to improve skills, increase productivity, promote safety, and encourage the application of new technologies in the workplace.

We won't assume what you need; we will assess! We will work with you to develop the best solutions for your training needs. We will deliver an engaging, highly interactive program using the latest technologies to enhance the instruction at an economical price.

Let’s accomplish goals and solve problems together. Find out how your business can benefit from trainings that pay dividends.

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Community Education Coordinator



Business & Industry Training

Educator Continuing Education

Medical Certification

ParaProfessional Program

Community Resources

The Adult Education program at Cowley College typically offers 3-hour sessions on Monday through Thursday for eight to ten weeks. Workforce & Community Education will work with our clients to schedule sessions that are acceptable to you, your employees, and the Adult Education staff.

Because this program is funded by state and federal grants, Cowley College can provide these services at no additional cost.

  • Beginning - Individualized instruction for reading and writing. Course content may be customized to include: company/job-specific vocabulary, forms, standard operating procedures and safety information.
  • Intermediate - Studies in reading, writing and math.
  • Advanced* - Writing, math, social studies, science, & technology.

Help your Employee get a GED

For employees that do not have a high school diploma, the Adult Basic Education includes a program to help them prepare to take the GED examination.