CampusCE is proud to announce its partnership with the Office of Continuing Education at the University of North Alabama. UNA’s Continuing Education program offers contract training, professional development certifications as well as opportunities for community members to explore new interests or build on existing ones. “Lifelong learning” and service to the community define what continuing education at UNA is all about.
SEATTLE – CampusCE is thrilled to announce that Pueblo Community College’s Economic & Workforce Development Department (EWDD) has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.
“CampusCE is pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with Pueblo Community College to extend the college’s eLearning offering to the college’s community of learners,” said Loren Pace, CEO of CampusCE Corporation.
Importantly for PCC, teaming with CampusCE also gives it a new means of providing quality, non-credit programs that are already established, saving it considerable inputs of time and expense needed to develop them.
“PCC is excited to partner with CampusCE to provide hundreds of new online training opportunities to our students and community,” said Amanda Corum, Director of PCC’s EWDD. “This also will enable us to extend our reach outside our regional market, even to other states.”
Through the partnership, PCC will offer on-demand online training courses to meet the needs of its market. For a full listing of courses offered, visit the CampusCE website at http://www.campusce.net/pueblocc/category/category.aspx?C=&S=3.
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About CampusCE Corporation
CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs, and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.
The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve over 500,000 students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions located in over twenty five states, including state-wide and regional systems such as the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and the Washington State Community and Technical College system for which we serve eighteen of the largest institutions. CampusCE also specializes in working with membership based Lifelong Learning organizations. CampusCE’s products are offered on an on-demand, Software as a Service (SaaS) basis. www.campusce.com
About Pueblo Community College
Founded in 1933, Pueblo Community College is a premier teaching institution focused on providing academic and service excellence, without discrimination, to help its students acquire the 21st Century skills needed to better their lives. An educational and technological leader, PCC fosters economic development and utilizes strong partnerships in the communities it serves through its Pueblo, Fremont and Southwest campuses.