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Continuing Education and Customized Training

Why MCTC

“The nurse in the perioperative environment coordinates communication among surgical team members. Even in the high tech arena of the operating room, the nursing role as patient advocate remains constant, and the skill of patient assessment is critical as the nurse implements individualized nursing care using evidence-based practices.”

–Mary Mirick, R.N., M.S.N., C.N.O.R., Continuing Education Nursing Instructor

Why MCTC

“I continue learning from students and they continue to energize me! I feel I am respected and valued, and some of my co-workers are like family. What else could I ask for?”

–Pat Reinhart, R.N., Allied Health Instructor

Addiction Counseling & Social Work

Our courses were developed specifically to meet the requirements for continuing education for alcohol and drug counselors, social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, crisis counselors and allied health professionals.

See our course schedule for classes currently open for registration in Addiction Counseling/Social Work.

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Customize it!

Our courses can be tailored to your organization's needs and delivered at your site or ours. Contact us today to discuss customized training for your team.

For more information about courses or customized training contact us at 612-659-6500 or continuinged@minneapolis.edu.


Regular course offerings include:

$3.3 Million Grant Means Customized Training for Pioneer Press, Gedney Foods

Training at MCTC.

With help from a $3.3 million MN Job Skills Partnership grant to MnSCU, MCTC's Division of Continuing Education and Customized Training will provide uniquely designed programs for the St. Paul Pioneer Press and Gedney Foods.

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MCTC–Thermo King Partnership

hermo King President Ray Pittard, left, and MCTC president Phil Davis.

MCTC was awarded $300,000 by the Department of Employment and Economic Development Minnesota Job Skills Partnership to develop and implement lean process improvement training. The training will be delivered to more than 550 engineering, design and management staff at Minnesota-based Thermo King, a manufacturer of transport temperature control systems for a variety of mobile applications and a brand of Ingersoll Rand.

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