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Ed2Go classes begin

Apr 14, 2021

Online, 6-week classes with LIVE instructors offered monthly – that’s Ed2Go! Did we mention there’s over 100 courses available and they begin at only $70 per course?

Explore the catalog at    www.piedmontcc.edu/ed2go/    when you click “Our Catalog”. This list includes:
• Creating WordPress Websites
• Speed Spanish
• Medical Coding
• A to Z Grantwriting
• Singapore Math Strategies
• Introduction to QuickBooks
• Introduction to Natural Health and Healing
• Stocks, Bonds, and Investing
• Secrets of Better Photography
• Reading Strategies that Work
• Accounting Fundamentals
• Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
• Genealogy Basics
• And so much more!

For a more categorized list, select from the popular options on the left, including:
• Accounting and Finance
• Business
• Computer Applications
• Design and Composition
• Healthcare and Medical
• Language and Arts
• Law and Legal
• Personal Development
• Teaching and Education
• Technology
• Writing and Publishing

Users can also search for specific courses titles or key words.

How to Register:
Courses begin at $70 and start dates are offered monthly. To register:

  • Visit     www.ed2go.com/pcc
  • Locate the course
  • Click the “Add to Cart” button
  • Choose a session date
  • Follow the checkout instructions.

The official registration form for Piedmont Community College, accessible when registering online or at     www.piedmontcc.edu/Portals/0/Documents/CE/CE_Reg_form.pdf     is required within 10 days of the course start date to finalize registration. Once the form is submitted, you will receive an email with payment instructions.

For additional information or assistance with PCC’s Ed2Go courses, contact Velma Drumwright at     ed2go@piedmontcc.edu     or (336) 322-2156.

About the instructors:
All Ed2Go courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. For example, the Explore a Career as a Paralegal instructor, Sam Germana is General Counsel for a New Jersey hospital and previously worked for a private law firm representing physicians and hospitals. He has taught paralegal studies online and in the classroom since 1997, and he is an adjunct faculty member at the College of St. Elizabeth.