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Workforce Training Center

About Us

For more than 25 years, NIC Workforce Training Center (WTC) has offered learning opportunities that increase the economic self-sufficiency, business productivity, and quality of life of students and the community. Whether you want to advance your career, develop a new skill, or enrich your life, WTC has a program for you. You can choose classroom, self-study, or online courses to fit your lifestyle. Classes are open to the public, generally without pre-admission, academic, or residential requirements.

 NIC Workforce Training Center also works closely with industry and business partners to develop high-demand training. WTC specializes in apprenticeships, health career training, professional development, transportation, and safety training, serving more than 5,000 students annually.

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Workforce Training Catalog

The WTC Summer Catalog is here! Love where you learn while you train for a career that will keep you here!

Learn about the many accessible, affordable, high-quality NIC WTC certificate and apprenticeship programs that position completers for rewarding careers with wages that make living in North Idaho possible.

This issue highlights our Outdoor Pursuits program offerings, which give students, community members, and visitors a chance to learn how to more fully experience the North Idaho environment.

This issue identifies courses that are eligible for the Idaho Launch program, which covers up to $5,000 for training for in-demand careers. Applications for Launch funding will be accepted again beginning July 1, 2024.

For information about Idaho Launch, visit

Accreditation does not apply to non-credit programs

Please note, nearly all Workforce Training Center programs – including certificates and apprenticeships in health care, emergency services, trades, and industry, as well as Business and Professional Development, Special Interest, and Customized Training programs – DO NOT require accreditation.

The most up-to-date information on the accreditation issue can be found at