Lincoln Land Community College short-term, hands-on career training will continue in a face-to-face format in the spring semester, beginning in January.
Truck driver training begins Jan. 4 with four-week daytime and six-week nighttime sections available. HVAC courses also begin Jan. 4. Welding and automotive technology programs begin Jan. 11. Students can earn short-term certificates in these fields leading directly to employment, with no general education classes required, or take additional classes to earn degrees. These programs are located in the Workforce Careers Center on the LLCC campus.
The LLCC aviation mechanics program, located at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport, takes 18-months to complete. A new training session begins Jan. 6.
“Our programs are currently operating with small-group, in-person labs and live, interactive online lectures,” says Nancy Sweet, dean of applied and emerging technologies. “As COVID-19 mitigations are reduced, we will move back to both in-person labs and lectures. LLCC is committed to offering quality career and workforce programs, even in a pandemic.”
More information on enrolling in these programs is available at www.llcc.edu/applied-and-emerging-technologies, emailing AETech@llcc.edu or calling 217-786-2750.