Training and Certifications

Enhance Your Employment and Professional Development Skills

We offer a variety of online courses designed to help you meet your goals!

DACC Workforce Development, DACC Centers for Education and Career Development, and the City of Las Cruces have partnered together to offer a new training opportunity for residents of Las Cruces who need to skill up, get their High School Equivalency or develop ESL skills, and develop networking and professional skills to enhance their career path.

 

DACC Workforce Development & Career Readiness and the City of Las Cruces Economic Development are partnering together to offer several new short-term training programs for community members who have been affected by COVID 19. Residents of Las Cruces can take advantage of these training programs to upskill or reskill to improve their technology skills.

 

Interested in finding out more?  Contact our office today or Apply now!

Email workforce@dacc.nmsu.edu or Call 575-527-7776

Online Fundamental Training - Ed2Go

Doña Ana Community College, in partnership with ed2go, offers online open enrollment programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional level positions for many in-demand occupations.

Online Career Training - UGotClass

From Accounting to web design, Doña Ana Community College in partnership with UGotClass, offers online training to help sharpen and upgrade workplace skills. CEUs are available!

Advanced Career Training - Ed2Go

These open-enrollment online courses provide advanced learning topics. Typically up to a year long, the focus is on information and certification. You will be assigned an advisor through our online partner, Ed2Go, and financing is available. Get started on a new career today!

Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program

Pharmacy Technicians support the work of pharmacists in retail or hospital pharmacies. They help to prepare medications, assist customers, and manage clinical and business aspects of the pharmacy.

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance may be available if you are unemployed, a veteran or military spouse, or if you have a disability.  Educational loans are also available from many local banks.  Please contact WDCR to set up an appointment for more information, 575-527-7776 or ctp@nmsu.edu.