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|Where can I find Community Paramedicine Conference information?||
The Community Paramedicine Conference is designed to educate, train and support community paramedic professionals by gathering expert speakers, relevant topics and educational break out sessions which promote and support this fast growing profession. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/cpc.
|Does HTC offer Building Contractors continuing education courses?||
HTC offers Building Contractors continuing education courses for current licensed builders. Students need to attend a one-day session to satisfy the seven hours of required instruction. Students must provide contractor license number along with their picture ID in order to receive a certificate. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/cts/pages/1280.
|Does HTC offer TOEFL or TESOL?||
HTC Continuing Education offers both TOEFL ( Teaching English as a Foreign Language) prep and TESOL ( seminar for Teaching English as a Second Language). View current offerings and/or register here. Or call 952.995.1330 to learn more.
|Does HTC offer Continuing Education classes?||
HTC offers Continuing Education (non-credit) classes designed to boost your career, enhance your skills or enrich your life. Courses include Professional Development, Computer Applications, Healthcare and IT Training, EMS, Safety Phlebotomy Technician, Veterinary Assitant and much more. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/cts/programs.
|Does HTC offer CTOT (Construction Truck Operator Training)?||
HTC offers Construction Truck Operator Training (CTOT) training through its Continuing Education and Customized Training Services. Learn more at HennepinTech.edu/ctot.
|Does HTC Offer a Photography Program?||
HTC does not offer a Professional Photography program, but Continuing Education offers non-credit digital photography courses. View all currently available non-credit photography courses and/or register here.
|Does HTC offer a Veterinary Assistant Program?||
Yes. This new Continuing Education program includes 25 hours of classroom (Saturday mornings), 25 hours of online/blended learning and 40 hours of arranged internship. Students will learn the skills, knowledge and hands-on experience to begin on a new career path working with animals. This program is run through HTC Continuing Education, and is a non-credit program. Learn more at Veterinary Assistant Program .
|Does HTC offer online courses?||HTC Continuing Education offers non-credit online, short-term, self-paced programs via Ed2Go. Start anytime and work at your own pace.|
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