Who is eligible to participate in the WCE Career Pathways Program? 

The program is designed to serve any student registered or interested in registering in a course that is linked to an industry-issued or industry-recognized credential. *Some exclusions may apply*


Download a brochure to learn more about the credentials you can obtain through this program. 

These programs are supported by the WCE Career Pathways Program & Student Resources.

  • Train with subject matter experts to earn industry-recognized credentials.
  • Learn in a small group environment, with schedules that fit your busy lifestyle.
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Residential Contractors Exam PrepCAR-3118B3
This course is a review of the laws, codes, and procedures covered by the NC General Contractors License Examination for residential and light construction, including all one- and two-family dwellings covered by the NC Residential Code. The course covers blueprint reading, c...
Learn the principles of safety and sanitation in the food service industry. In North Carolina, a restaurant or food service establishment can receive a two-point deduction on its health inspection grade. NC regulations now require all establishments to have a manager on dut...
ServSafe SpanishSEF-3001V3
Aprende los principios de seguridad y sanidad en la industria del servicio de alimentos. El objetivo de este curso de dos días es capacitar a los profesionales en esta rama enfocándonos en los conceptos básicos de ServSafe® que cumple con el requisito de NC persona a cargo (...
The Role of Culture in Teaching ESLSEF-3001HP2
Culture has been described as the "fifth skill" in language acquisition, equal in importance to reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Helping learners make sense of the culture that is intertwined with language is a difficult role for the ESL instructor. Learn practical...
Work Zone Flagger CertificationSEF-3001J7
This course trains students to work as flaggers, providing safe and effective passage for traffic through and around work zones, highways, and roads – and to minimize confusion by using standard flagging procedures. Students will learn flagging protocols and equipment requir...
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