Online Training Courses
There are online training programs available to students in a variety of fields. These courses are geared for Ed2Go, noncredit career training, or the fitness/health industry.
Ed2Go Non-Credit Online Courses
Online courses are offered in accounting and finance, business, computer applications, design and composition, healthcare and medical, language and arts, law and legal, personal development, teaching and education, technology, and writing and publishing.Learn More
Career Training Online Courses
Online open enrollment noncredit courses designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations. Courses are available in the following areas: Arts and Design, Business, Career Online High School, Computer Applications, Computer Programming, Construction and Trades, Health and Fitness, Hospital, Information Technology, Language.
Online Fitness, Health, and Nutrition Classes
Web-based certificate programs are available for those that want to enter or advance in the fitness/health industry. Upon graduation, you will receive a certificate of completion. The following online college certificate programs are available: personal fitness trainer, fitness business management, personal/group exercise training for older adults, women's exercise training and wellness, functional nutrition, sports nutrition, family nutrition, school nutrition, posture specialist, resistance training professional, and essentrics instructor.
Workforce ProgramsMore Info
- Bridge to Best Program
- English Language Studies (ELS)
- GED® Testing & Transcripts
- GED® Ready
- Corporate Language Training
- Adult Education Professional Development
CCRI’s Career services Office provides students and alumni with high-quality services, support and resources for successful career planning and superior experiential learning opportunities.
The CCRI Workforce Partnerships Team works in close collaboration with industry and business leaders to ensure the college’s offerings are meeting both current and future workforce needs.