Continuing Education FAQs
Can I pay with cash, through a third party job training provider, or with a check?
Yes. To do this, please contact us at (775) 445-4210.
Can I transfer to a new session of the same course?
Transfers may be available on a case-by-case basis. A $125 administration fee may apply.
Can I transfer to a different course?
Please contact us with a detailed explanation of the issue. Please keep in mind that if a transfer is granted, you may be responsible for the material, instructor and vendor fees associated with that program.
Can I get an extension on completing my course?
For most certification programs, extensions are available, but cost and duration vary by program. You can request an extension directly from your Student Advisor. Please note that if you are funded through grant or government funds, you must have your agency counselor’s approval to obtain an extension.
Do I receive a certificate of completion?
Yes. Successful completion of your course will result in a WNC certificate of completion.
Do my course fees include the materials I need for the class?
Yes. Your course registration fees include everything you need to complete your class. Books and other materials will be shipped to you within 7-10 days after enrollment.
Do these courses offer credit towards the completion of an Associates or Bachelors degree?
No. These course are designed to promote career advancement.
What are the computing requirements for the online courses?
All courses can be taken on either a Mac or PC. Software requirements vary by course and are available under the “Requirements” tab for each class. However, you can expect that most courses will require either Widows XP or later on a PC, or OSX Snow Leopard 10.6 or later on a Mac. You are also likely to need the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari, as well as Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Acrobat Reader (all available to download for free). If you do not have access to a computer that meets these requirements, you may access the computers in the WNC library to complete your coursework.