You can pay more for workforce training. Why would you? You’ll get more and pay less at Lincoln Land Community College. That’s why we’re THE school for the job. We offer state-of-the-art training facilities and industry experts teaching real-world, marketable skills. To get a job, or get better at your job, without breaking the bank, choose LLCC.
LLCC offers several training options through credit degree programs or industry certifications. Explore the items in the Career Training menu to learn more about each program listed below!
Degree & Certificate Programs
Business and Technologies
The Business and Technologies department offers the following programs of study: Accounting, Agriculture, Architecture, Auto Body, Automotive, Aviation, Business, Computer Science, Construction Occupations, Cosmetology, Customized Applied Technology, Electronics, Help Desk, HVACR, Hospitality & Culinary Arts, Industrial Technology, Landscape & Turf Management, Networking Administration, Office Professional, and Welding.
The Health Professions department offers the following programs of study: Central Sterile Service Technician, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science Technology, Medical Coding Program, Neurodiagnostic Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiography, Respiratory Care, Surgical Technology, Transition to Surgical Technology, Associate Degree Nursing, LPN to ADN Transition, Practical Nursing, and Basic Nurse Assistant (CNA).
Training programs in: Business Training, Computer Training, Dental Assistant, Health Care Continuing Education, Massage Therapy, Online Courses, Paralegal, Personal Trainer, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, Real Estate, Social Media Marketing, Traffic Safety, and Veterinary Assistant.
Workforce Development Programs
HireEducation programs in: Agricultural Watershed Management, Certified Production Training, Highway Construction, Transportation Distribution Logistics, Training Opportunities & Workshops, Green Facilities Management, Manufacturing & Industry Related Technology, Solar PV Training, and Value-Added Local Food Program.
Guidance for starting and running a small business.
Professional training, community workshops, and degree programs in green industries.
Improve skills through basic education, literacy tutoring career pathway programs, and ESL courses; or prep GED and Citizenship tests.
If you are undecided on your future path and need some guidance, contact a member of our recruitment team. Call 217.786.2227 (Mac) or 217.786.9657 (Terri). They’re here to help!
Other helpful phone numbers:
- Registration: 217.786.2292
- Advising: 217.786.2224
- Financial Aid: 217.786.2237