Workforce Development Programs at NHTI

Explore Lifelong Learning and
Professional Development Opportunities

The Workforce Education (WE) Center at NHTI – Concord’s Community College is dedicated to improving the quality and labor market relevance of workforce investment, education, and economic development efforts by providing individuals the training, skills and credentials necessary to secure and advance employment and to provide employers with skilled workers to address workforce needs.


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Workforce Education - Commercial Driving and Transportation

Commercial Driving/Transportation


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Computer Applications

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Construction/Building Inspection

Check back for spring dates for this class:

  • Beginning Soil Pits and Testing
  • Construction Technology – Level 1
  • Construction Technology – Level 2
  • Construction Technology – Level 3

Financial Obligation and Refund Policy

I understand by registering for courses at NHTI, I am financially obligated for all costs related to the registered course(s) by the established tuition deadline, or I may be subject to withdrawal from course(s). Upon a drop or withdrawal, I understand I will be responsible for all charges as noted in the student catalog and handbook. I further understand that if I do not make payment in full, my account may be reported to the credit bureau and/or turned over to an outside collection agency. I also understand that I will be responsible for the cost of the outside collection agency, any legal fees, and any bounced check fees under RSA 6:11, which will add significant costs to my account balance.

Registrations will not be processed if you have an outstanding obligation to NHTI. Upon registration, you are enrolled unless otherwise notified. Classes are subject to change. Students need to visit the NHTI website and proceed to the Student Information System (SIS) for their classroom location(s), schedule, grades, financial aid information, student email account, etc.

Students registered for WE courses, workshops, or seminars must notify the Workforce Education Center in writing at least 5 business days prior to the first session to receive a full refund minus any fees, if applicable. If students registered online or with a credit/debit card, there is a 7.0% transaction fee and $1.99 administration that will be deducted from your refund.

Students who cancel within 5 business days prior to the first session of class will not receive a refund.

If a class is cancelled by WE for under-enrollment or other unforeseen issues, a full refund will be issued.


WE must be notified 10 days prior to the first workshop session, even if the first session is online, for the following courses: Administration of Local Anesthesia, In-Office Whitening, Coronal Polishing, Monitoring Nitrous Oxide, Review of Local Anesthesia, Dental Sealants, Techniques in Dental Radiology, Caries Stabilization, EFDA and Dental Hygiene Refresher.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy. It requires that we obtain information from students. The use of your social security number is requested in order to access wage and employment information through the state Unemployment Insurance wage information database to conform to WIOA regulations. You cannot be denied enrollment for failure to provide your social security number although we strongly encourage you to do so in order to enable the program to determine employment related outcomes. Your personal information will be kept confidential and secure and will not be shared with any outside agencies other than New Hampshire Employment Security.

WE Vision and Values

Our vision is to be a center that empowers our students and inspires their success through innovative training and education programs. NHTI’s purpose informs our vision in serving students, businesses, and the community by building academically excellent pathways towards sustainable careers that support personal and professional growth through our quality education and training programs.

Learning: WE foster intellectual curiosity and the application of knowledge to promote critical, creative thinking.

Mutual respect: WE cultivate an environment in which acceptance, kindness, and collegiality create a valuable exchange of ideas cultivating diversity, equity and inclusion.

Engagement: WE collaborate with each other, businesses, and community organizations to develop principled and ethical citizens.

Accountability: WE commit to individual and institutional responsibility in the stewardship of our human, intellectual, physical, and fiscal resources.

Innovation: WE support the development and pursuit of new ideas to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Integrity: WE uphold fairness, honesty, and ethical behavior.