The Non-Credit Computer Education Department delivers basic and advanced technology training so you can learn a new skill or earn an industry-recognized credential to level up to your next job.
Many non-degree IT courses align with Wake Tech’s IT degree programs, which means you can take certain “non-degree” course and still earn college credits for that course, if you enroll in a qualifying degree program.
|CompTIA, Cisco, Cybersecurity, Open Technologies||Professional Skills Development (1 to 3-day classes)|
|Office Technology||Software Programming|
|Accounting Technology||Web Design and Development|
|Drafting and Computer-Aided Design (CAD)||Database Administration|
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SAS Programming 3: Advanced TechniquesSEF-3001LK2
Are you an experienced SAS Programmer with an interest in data analysis? This course focuses on acquiring skills for useful comparisons of manipulation techniques and resource cost benefits, which are designed to help programmers choose the most appropriate method for their...
Social Media FundamentalsSEF-3001EZ2
Improve your online visibility by using social media to achieve your personal and professional goals. Reach thousands of potential customers with little-to-no expense. Those with no experience in social networking will build the skills to advertise ideas, promote messages, u...
This instructor-led course (the third in a three-part series) picks up where the SolidWorks Intermediate course left off. Participants will gain advanced SolidWorks experience using real-world projects, expanding their knowledge base of parts, surfaces, SimulationXpress, she...
This instructor-led course (the second in a three-part series) builds on the SolidWorks Introduction course. Participants will gain comprehensive SolidWorks experience using real-world projects, expanding their knowledge base of surfaces, multibodies, surveys, lofts, boundar...