The Workforce and Economic Development division offers local business, industry, and organizations a variety of training opportunities designed to increase employee productivity and efficiency, helping them to maximize profits.
CORPORATE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Microsoft Office Instruction
Coaching and Mentoring
Completely Customized Training
Fire Extinguisher Certification
Industry Supervisor Training
Programmable Logic Control
CPR and First Aid
Online Training with Ed2Go
Online classes through WVU Parkersburg’s Workforce & Economic Development are an easy, affordable way for you to get the training you need to take your career to the next level. We partner with national leaders in online education to offer a comprehensive library of practical, career-enhancing classes available at your convenience. Our online classes are non-credit, and in many cases, can lead to a professional certificate in a number of practical areas.
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"I enjoyed the dental assisting course I took because it challenged me. I am currently 40 years old, so have not been in school in quite a while. I am a server at a local restaurant and even though it is hard work physically and I make a decent living it is not extremely rewarding, and it is not a career. This did wonders for my confidence, it proved to me that even after all these years I can do anything I set my mind to."
Autumn A Pittman
“I have had a great experience with WVU Parkersburg’s Short-Term education programs. My daughter took the Phlebotomy course and was hired at Camden Clark, and my son who took an aluminium welding course through your program got a job at a local manufacturer as an aluminium welder. We are so glad that WVU Parkersburg is here to help so many”
When Chemours finds itself with a training challenge, we’ve had great success partnering with WVU Parkersburg’s Workforce and Economic Development division. No matter what kind of instruction we’ve needed for our employees, WVUP WED has been able to quickly develop a customized solution to solve our problem and give our workers the skills they need to help keep us competitive”