Yes. You can pay with cash, check Visa or MasterCard via, phone, fax or in person. You can also register online with Visa or MasterCard. For more information call 208.562.3000.
Workforce Development FAQs
No, you will not receive college credit for any of our classes. All of our classes are personal and professional development non-credit classes.
We want to help you get the education you deserve. While our programs are priced much lower than our competition, we know that sometimes it is difficult to find the funding to pay for an entire class in a lump sum. To help you, we have a payment plan for some of our classes. Call...
After registering and paying for the class, students receive a confirmation in the mail or via e-mail. The location of the class is on the confirmation. We also include a map. If further help in locating a class is needed, the student can always call us at 208.562.3000...
We take Visa and MasterCard - these can be used online, by phone, fax, mail or in person. We also take cash, checks and money orders by mail or in person. If your employer or an agency is paying your course fees, we need a letter of authorization to bill your employer or vouchers from the...
The majority of our classes are all pass/fail. This means if you attend the minimum number of hours required, you will pass. However, a number of our health courses and our apprentice courses require a minimum grade to pass the course.
Does this orientation apply to those taking the in-person “Hybrid” program or to the “Distance-Only” online program?
This orientation is for ANY first year apprentice to complete regardless of which program you are enrolled in.
Students can be enrolled from 3 to 24 months depending upon their individual situation.
A bi-weekly stipend or bonuses are distributed based on completion of certain programs or agreed upon requirements.
No, the program information sessions are only required for first year students. However, returning students are welcome to review any of the information provided as a refresher.
This online orientation is your primary source for initial program information. Your teacher and program coordinator are available by appointment to go over additional needed information with you.
Yes, the link will be available for you to go back in and access information that will prove useful to you throughout your program. You can do that any time.