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Corporate Education

HCC’s Continuing Education Department works with individuals and businesses looking to improve skillsets and train the local workforce.

Community Resources

The Community & Corporate Education program is designed to provide courses, seminars and activities that contribute to the community's overall cultural, civic and intellectual growth. We strive to assist adults in the development of new personal and leisure skills or the upgrading of existing ones.

The goal of this program is to provide lifelong learning for adults to meet their customer or client needs. Additionally, the goal is to assist the community’s overall cultural, civic, and intellectual growth. It is our desire to assist the community and educate the public in their interests, contributing to raising their knowledge in their chosen passion!

Community Education courses consist of single courses, each complete in itself, that focus on an individual's personal or leisure needs. Program offerings include non-credit classes, seminars, workshops, or other special events.

By design, Community Education programs can serve wide interests of the community.

Business & Industry Services

HCC provides learning opportunities through a variety of classes to support the economic development and advancement of continued adult learning.

Through a variety of community assessments, our programs are designed to meet your training needs by providing job training and retraining and further enhancing the growth of our students both personally and professionally.

As the primary center for training the area’s workforce and providing direct assistance to small business development, HCC partners with numerous organizations to ensure economic development in Haywood County. These partnerships are designed to attract new industry to the area, retain existing industry, and build an environment that fosters economic growth.

Our partners include:

  • Haywood County Economic Development Commission
  • Haywood County Chamber of Commerce
  • WNC Advanced Machining Center Project

Contact Us

Contact Doug Burchfield at 828-564-5128 or ddburchfield@haywood.edu