The future of Georgia is Continuing and Professional Education. The Department of Education predicts the number of non-traditional-age students to rise to a far higher rate than the number of traditional-age students. Classes, conferences and seminars hosted by Continuing Education Units result in a $637 million dollar boost for the state’s economy. Therefore, the value of professional certificates is crucial to the growing workforce and to Georgia’s economic development and impact. (Source: GA CE Department Economic Impact Report)
Certified Financial Planner™ Program Instructor Spotlight: Christian Mauser
The need for financial planning services has resulted in the demand for professional, competent advisors. Christian Mauser, one of our Certified Financial Planner™ Program instructors, will be teaching the investment portion of our course. Here, he shares how he got... read more ❯
Karen Schmidt, Pharmacy Technician Grad
A career change and a heart attack can be daunting — just ask Karen Schmidt, 2007 Pharmacy Technician graduate. However, through the training gained at CCPE, Karen went from working in healthcare insurance to employed at WellStar.
At the age of... read more ❯
Eating Healthy on a Budget
Amber McElduff, Health Coach grad, shares tips and tricks on how to live a healthy lifestyle on a reasonable budget. From being an athlete to battling anorexia, Amber has dedicated her career to helping others realize that their health is... read more ❯