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Workforce Development and community education

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s Department of Workforce Development and Community Education offers trainings to businesses and industry, as well as classes for enjoyment and lifelong learning.

One of our purposes is to provide a highly-skilled workforce in UACCM’s six-county service area (Conway, Faulkner, Perry, Pope, Van Buren and Yell) by providing customized training opportunities. Our customized opportunity begins with a needs assessment to identify gaps or areas for improvement in skills and efficiency. We work with individual businesses/industry to provide cost-efficient trainings to meet company needs. We also provide general business/industry trainings as open enrollment so multiple companies can take advantage of the training opportunities; which is especially beneficial to smaller companies that may not have a large enough employee base to do customized training.

A second purpose is to provide opportunities of personal enrichment and lifelong learning. This may include courses that improve efficiency in a skill or just for enjoyment of learning. Community education courses are designed to serve and enhance our community and its citizens, including reaching children and youth through summer camps/programs and working with local school districts to provide educational opportunities for students.

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Workforce Development and Community Education Classes

A variety of workforce development and community education courses are offered so participants can learn something new, advance hobbies to next level, or just to get out of the house and have fun.

Administrative Staff

Jessica Rohlman

Director of Workforce Development and Community Education

Denise Pote

Coordinator of Workforce Development and Community Education