Professional Development

West-MEC offers professional development classes available to anyone interested in growing and developing personally and professionally.

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OSHA 10 CERTIFICATION

General & Healthcare

This safety course provides a broad look at workplace (general industry or healthcare) safety topics. It helps workers identify, avoid, & correct on-the-job hazards. Additionally, workers learn their legal rights and how to protect them. OSHA 10 workplace helps companies protect workers and avoid costly legal proceedings.

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CERTIFICATION
CLASSES & NC3

West-MEC believes that strong business relationships are necessary to have a quality CTE program. Our alliance with the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3), Snap-On, and many others, allow us to bring these quality programs to our students, instructors, and technicians. For more than 90 Years, stackable Snap-on certifications have been compatible with other industry-recognized certifications. They are developed and administered with NC3, a leader in connecting industry and education to the benefit of all involved.
If you are currently a West-MEC student or working in the industry and looking to further your certification resume, contact us today about the certification opportunities available to you.

GROW WITH
GOOGLE

Now more than ever, Americans need digital skills to land the jobs they want, advance their careers, and grow their businesses. Grow with Google aims to help by providing free training, tools, and expertise.
Grow with Google helps ensure that the opportunities created by technology are available to everyone. Through free tools and training, we help people get the right skills to find jobs they want, advance their careers, and grow their businesses. Since launching in 2017, we’ve trained more than five million Americans on digital skills. And through a network of more than 7,500 partner organizations–including local libraries, schools, and nonprofits–more people across the country can reach their full potential.