Do you work in a regulated occupation? Are you a health care worker required to retain licensure or certification? A law enforcement officer in need of advanced training?  Or, a business professional who needs to keep up with technological advances? PHSC helps professionals meet the requirements in their career to remain competitive in their field.

Continuing Professional Education courses are designed for busy working students and are offered at convenient times.

Course Selections and Schedules

  • Campus based Continuing Professional Education courses offer certification, licensure and training for health, business and computer professionals, workers in child care, and more.
  • Ed2Go online courses provide basic and advanced skills training in an online environment.
  • OLT online courses provide online training for real estate and insurance professionals.
  • Law Enforcement Advanced Classes (see table below) are offered through the PHSC Law Enforcement Academy located on the East Campus in Dade City.  

Fire Science Technical Certificate Courses - Spring/Summer 2020

The Fire Science Technical Certificate courses provide technical training for local fire science personnel in accordance with the state of Florida requirements. All courses are held at the PHSC East Campus, Public Services Technology, Building E, 36727 Blanton Road, in Dade City.

Spring/Summer 2020
Course Course Number Date Hours Cost
Rope Rescue Operations NCT0007-0124 Feb. 10-14 40-hours $450

Rope Rescue Technician

(Pre-requisite: Rope Ops-NCT0007)



Feb. 17-21






Hazardous Materials Technician








April 6-10

April 13-17

April 20-24

April 27-May 1

40-hours per week

Total = 160-hours


$1,200/4 weeks

Rope Rescue Operations NCT0007-0126 June 8-12 40-hours $450

Rope Rescue Technician

(Pre-requisite: Rope Ops NCT0007)



June 15-19






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Continuing Education Refund Policy

Full refunds for PHSC continuing education courses are given when the College cancels a class. A full refund will be made to a student who drops from any noncredit class prior to the starting time of the first class. This policy applies also to workshops, seminars, conferences, and special training programs. A claim for refund due to death must be made in writing and signed by a person legally authorized to act for the deceased.