Why is an Industry Certification Important?
Found in almost every industry, Industry Certifications help employers in evaluating potential applicants and provide a standard or baseline of a future or current employee’s knowledge and skills. Having a certification helps secure future job advancement and increased wages.
The certifications below are offered in a variety of training programs in the Division of Workforce Development. Certifications are issued by a 3rd party representing the Industry and not by TCC.
Program Area Contact: Rick Frazier
(850) 201-6240 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Certified Beer Server: Cicerone
- Certified Financial Planner: CFP
- Human Resources Certified Professional: SHRM CP
- Medical Billing & Coding – Medical Administrative Assistant: CBCS
- Medical Billing & Coding – Medical Administrative Assistant: CPC
- Insurance Agent
- Project Management Professional
- Real Estate Agent/Broker
Program Area Contact: Marty Milner
(850) 201-6070| email@example.com
- EPA Gas Certification
- NCCER CORE
- NCCER - HVAC Level 1 - Level 4
- NCCER - Masonry Level 1 - Level 3
- North American Board of Certified Energy Professionals (NABCEP)
- OSHA 10 Hour 1926 Construction
- OSHA 30 Hour Construction
Program Area Contact: Bobette Stubblefield, M.S.Ed.
(850) 201-9719 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- American Society for Quality (ASQ): Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)
- Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC): J-STD-001, A-600 and A-610
- Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC): Certified Production Technician (CPT)
- National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS)
- NCCER - Industrial Maintenance Mechanic - Level 1 and 2
- OSHA 10 Hour General Industry
- OSHA 24 Hour HAZWOPER
- OSHA 30 Hour General Industry