Miles Community College offers the Commercial Transportation Basics CDL course designed to provide students with the essential knowledge and practical skills necessary to take the Montana CDL Class A Knowledge Test and Road Test. This course provides tractor-trailer driving fundamentals to students who have minimal or no truck driving experience. This six week course includes classroom instruction, hands-on labs, behind-the-wheel driving time, hours of service, trip planning, and much more. Please visit our CDL Page for more information.
There are many computer, internet, and personal enrichment classes offered at www.ed2go.com/milescc. All courses are offered monthly, run for 6 weeks, with 2 lessons a week. The classes are available 24 hours a day, for 10 days after release date. Please visit our Distance Learning page for more information Professional Development classes.
The U.S. Department of Labor and the 2000 Kiplinger letter
predict that 75% of the current workforce will need significant
retraining in the next decade. The Community Outreach Department is here to fill that need.
Talking with business owners, labor, job service and workforce development professionals in the nine-county area served, led to the development of the following courses to be offered this semester. Anytime you would like to request courses, please contact the Community Outreach Department by e-mailing Carolyn Kimball at KimballC@milescc.edu or call 874-6164.
Miles Community College’s Community Outreach Department is ready to work with businesses and organizations to develop customized training programs. This training can be utilized to receive recertification and renewal credits, college credit, or other forms of professional experience. We will work with the certification bodies of all professions to develop an acceptable training for their certification requirements.
Choosing to train locally gives you:
As a community college, Miles Community College provides a
quality educational environment and serves area residents
through involvement in the community. Both goals are vitally
important to MCC and have resulted in a wide variety of
educational offerings, programs, and services designed for the
college community at large. Special courses, programs, and
workshops meet the interest of individuals and community groups.
Interested in teaching a Community Education Class, or have a class you want taught, contact The Community Outreach Department - Carolyn Kimball @ 874-6164.