Workforce Continuing Education Course Catalog

Browse the catalog below to see what we offer. New courses are added regularly.

If you have questions about the status of a non-degree Workforce Continuing Education (WCE) class, please contact the staff member listed as the course contact. You can find the course contact by clicking on the title of a course in the catalog below, then clicking on the "more details" tab. You can also email the WCE registrar’s office at [email protected].

Need financial assistance to take a course? See if you qualify for funding through the Workforce Continuing Education Career Pathways Program & Student Resources department. Email them at ceresources.waketech.edu.

Veterinary AssistantSEF-3001ANG
Do you love animals? Have you ever thought about a career as a veterinary assistant? This intensive course will provide the information you need to become a productive member of a veterinary team. The course is designed for people who want to work as veterinary assistants at...
Veterinary Medical TerminologyANS-3011GE
Learn the language unique to the veterinary field – the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of animals – in this online course. You’ll learn terminology and how to use it through a process that builds on commonly used parts of words. Each lesson builds on the foundation, with...
Wake Tech Auctioneer AcademyMKT-3093A2
Are you ready to become an auctioneer? Taking bids now! This course provides a working knowledge of the auction business, including conducting auctions, ethics, contract drafting, bid calling, basic mathematical computations and percentages, advertising, settlement statement...
Web Programmer Using Python and DjangoCSC-3110EJ2
The course is for those with web development skills who want to develop additional skill sets. Students will further their knowledge using Python programming and the Django framework. Instruction will prepare students to apply programming techniques, enhance applications wit...
WeldingWLD-3106Y1
This course introduces the principles and practices of welding, with an emphasis on welding processes and hazards such as extreme temperatures, burn hazards, dust, and noise. Course content will be specific to SMAW (stick) welding with the potential to progress to GTAW (TIG)...
What Not to Say: Interview EssentialsHRD-3001AU2
Learn the words and phrases you should avoid in an interview -- the ones that can make you sound indecisive or insincere. Find out how to eliminate “credibility robbers” from your vocabulary. Enlist the support of your instructor and fellow students to remind you when you ar...
What's New in Microsoft Office 2013NOS-3100LE
Are you ready to acquire essential skills producing professional work with Microsoft Office 2013? This course will prepare you to learn how to use the exciting features of Microsoft Office 2013, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, OneNote, and Publisher, usin...
Wireless NetworkingNET-3100DE
Wireless networking is one of the fastest-growing segments of the computer industry. All of today’s electronic devices are capable of transmitting wirelessly: computers, handhelds, cell phones, and even digital cameras. To many people, those wireless connections are nothing...
Work Histories, Resumes and ApplicationsHRD-3001AF2
A work history is the foundation for developing a resume and for answering questions for applications and interviews. It is important to transform a work history into a well thought out and strength based resume. This course provides tips and techniques for developing accomp...
Working Smart (Soft Skills for the Workplace)HRD-4100A2
Technical skills are important, but not enough in today's workforce. Employers want workers who are not only highly trained, but highly effective on the job. Soft skills – critical interpersonal skills – are essential for success. Each lesson in this course focuses on a spec...