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Workforce Development

Visit the Dothan course catalog and the Eufaula course catalog for more information on schedules.

Wallace Community College is pleased to offer workforce development services and courses to area businesses, individuals, and groups. The mission of the Workforce Development Division is to:

  • To provide quality and relevant short-term training programs to those who are seeking quick entry into specific career fields.
  • To provide skills upgrade training for those seeking to refine computer skills and/or other employability skills.
  • To provide customized training services for business and industry. Wallace Community College wants to partner with area businesses to help meet identified training needs.
  • To provide continuing education courses to area professionals who require courses to maintain various licensures.
  • To provide WorkKeys® services to area businesses and students.
  • To offer relevant community interest course offerings such as introduction to welding courses and self-defense courses.
  • To offer quality, short-term summer enrichment programs for children in grades 1-6.
  • To offer quality online course options for those who need flexibility in scheduling their training to better fit within their busy schedules.
  • To offer a convenient and professional environment to area organizations who are seeking a location to hold off-site meetings or other gatherings.

IT Assessment Center

The IT Assessment Center is located on the Dothan Campus in the Workforce Development Office.  All candidates must arrive at the testing center at least 15 minutes prior to their exam appointment.  All exams are administered in Gary Hall, Room 131.  Candidates wishing to schedule a test offered through Pearson VUE or Certiport need to schedule their test through the sponsor’s website listed below.

Visit the sponsor’s sites:  Pearson VUE Testing     Certiport Testing

Identification Requirement:  Two forms of identification are required. One must be a valid government-issued, photo-bearing ID. Candidates need to access and know their exam sponsor’s specific identification requirements. It is your responsibility to read and understand the ID requirements as published by the exam sponsors. Candidates that do not present acceptable ID will not be allowed to test. Acceptable photo identification include federal and state issued IDs.

  • Valid Driver’s License
  • U.S. Military ID
  • Passport

Accommodations for Disabilities:  Candidates needing special accommodations must make prior arrangements with their exam sponsor during the initial application process well in advance of a preferred testing date. Accommodation requests will be reviewed by the test sponsor.  Testing centers are not permitted to offer accommodations that have not been approved by the test sponsor.

For additional information about the IT Assessment Center, call (800) 543-2426, ext. 2414 or (334) 556-2414.