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High Impact Career Training
Professional Development Training
Through NWACC's professional development courses, you can experience quality, cost-effective
and convenient options that meet specific needs in a variety of areas and can build
new skills and strengthen existing knowledge bases. The college offers flexible schedules
with both in-person and online training for individuals.
Courses are designed to offer upskilling in the industry's most in-demand professions. NWACC instructors are experts in their field, dedicated to equipping you with the tools necessary to excel in the workplace.
Many courses qualify for tuition coverage through the Arkansas Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Find out if you qualify for financial assistance by emailing TrainingHelp@nwacc.edu or text (479) 323-2775
NWACC Workforce Development is a Partner School Provider for Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) testing. Employers may email WEDforms@nwacc.edu to schedule CRC testing onsite at NWACC. Job seekers, please follow the instructions below:
- Go to Arkansas Job Links to create your profile (or update your profile—must be current). Record a participant number if provided.
- Select and take your practice exam at ACT.org
- Email WEDforms@nwacc.edu for CRC scheduling.
Visit Arkansas Division of Workforce Services for more information.
Contact Business and Professional Development
- Shewmaker Center for Workforce and Economic Development (SCWT), A107
- (479) 619-4175
- M-Th, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Choose from career-enhancing courses in project management, IT, Amazon Web Services,
real estate and more.
Choose from specialized online courses in areas such as freight brokerage, medical billing, IT, pharmacy technicians, computer science and more.
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Between now and March 31, 2023, earn a Google Career Certificate for FREE and gain access to in-demand jobs in IT support, user experience (UX) design, data analytics, project management or digital marketing and ecommerce.
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