Fees and Policy

Financial Assistance for Continuing Education

Students seeking financial assistance must successfully complete an Orientation course. Orientation is offered for the following training areas:

  • Certified Logistics Technician (CLT)
  • Certified Production Technician (CPT)
  • HVAC
  • Siemens Level I/Mechatronics
  • Truck Driver Training

 

Continuing Education Course Schedule


Project Skill-Up Pathways (PSUP)

Project Skill-Up Pathways is a grant provided by the NC Tobacco Trust Fund Commission for Caswell or Person County residents who have been affected by the decline in the tobacco industry.  The grant pays up to $500 towards registrations fees, books, required supplies, and state-exam fees.  

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

WIOA is a federally funded program for low income adults and dislocated workers enrolled or wishing to enroll in occupational training through Curriculum or Continuing Education. These funds may assist with registration fees, books, tools, required supplies, state-exam fees, and childcare.

Applicant must be 18 years or older and a US citizen or eligible non-citizen. To apply, students must complete a WIOA application, assessment tests, and provide eligibility verification.

Golden LEAF Scholarship Program

The Golden LEAF Scholarship offers reimbursement of up to $250 towards a continuing education class that leads to a state or national credential and is at least 96 hours in length. Students must be residents of Caswell or Person Counties, meet income requirements, complete an application, and provide required documentation and receipts.

Download the Golden LEAF Application

State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) Scholarship

The SECU Scholarship offers reimbursement of $750 towards a continuing education class that leads to a state or national credential and is at least 96 hours in length.  Students must apply for the scholarship prior to beginning the class.  Upon successful completion, their application will be reviewed for selection.  Applications are reviewed in November and April annually.  

Download the SECU Scholarship Application


Contact Information

For more information on any of the above services, please contact the Workforce Development office.

Caswell County:                        Person County:

Bonnie Gibson, Office Assistant                    Jeanette Godsey, Program Specialist
(336) 694-8064                                                (336) 322-2156
bonnie.gibson@piedmontcc.edu                   Jeanette.godsey@piedmontcc.edu

Lori Watlington, Associate Director              Beverly Clayton
(336) 694-8080                                               (336) 599-4620
lori.watlington@piedmontcc.edu                   Beverly.clayton@piedmontcc.edu


Registration and Paying for Courses

Welcome and thank you for choosing Piedmont Community College for your Continuing Education and Workforce Development needs. In this section you will find information regarding registration fees, refund policy, and repeat policy. You will also find a link to our course schedules.

Registration fees are established in compliance with North Carolina law and vary according to the type and length of course. Current registration fees are:

Continuing Education Course Schedule


Click below to download the Continuing Education Registration form.

Occupational Extension Course Fee Schedule:

0-24 hours, $70;
25-50 hours, $125;
51+ hours, $180.  

 CE Price List for Certificate and Credential Courses

Self Supporting Courses

Self Supporting course fees vary. Please consult the course schedule for registration fees. Tuition waivers may not be used for Self Supporting courses.

Refund Policy

A student who officially withdraws from a course prior to the first day of class, will be eligible for a 100 percent refund, if requested. Classes that are canceled do not require a request from a student for a refund and will be refunded at 100 percent. A 75 percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the course on the first day of the course, or prior to the official 10 percent point, if requested. No refund is available after the 10 percent point. In order to receive a refund, the student must officially withdraw from the class.

Repeat Policy

State regulations require that students who take an Occupational Extension course more than twice within a five-year period shall pay a registration fee based on self-supporting rates, not the Occupational Extension Fee Schedule. For a job-related course taken more than twice in a five-year period, students must pay for the course at the higher self-supporting rate, unless the student is required to repeat the course for certification or license renewal.