Continuing Education Rapid Credentialing Courses 

PHSC’s Rapid Credentialing Program provides students with short-term continuing education and career and job training to earn certificates and certifications in their chosen career path. Interactive classes and a dynamic curriculum helps students develop the fundamental skills to enter the workforce in their chosen field. 

Rapid credentialing courses are an excellent option for adults displaced by COVID, recent high school graduates, and those looking to further their career or start a new one. Students will lay the groundwork for a career with mid- to high-wage earning potential and through PHSC's community partnerships, students will graduate with tangible job opportunities in the local community. 

The Rapid Credentialing career and job training program consists of many individual courses in Continuing Professional Education that can be articulated and stacked to earn certifications or an associates degree, Law Enforcement Advanced Courses, and more. These courses are designed for busy working students and are offered at convenient times. Find the educational path that suits your specific needs and career goals.

Explore the following career paths in degree and certificate programs:

  • Business
  • Engineering and Manufacturing
  • Health
  • Fire Science
  • Law Enforcement
  • Technology
  • Transportation

Get There

PHSC’s Rapid Credentialing Program is part of Get There - Florida's Workforce Education Initiative, which provides affordable, stimulating options for adult continuing education at local colleges across the state of Florida.

Scholarships

Scholarships are offered by PHSC via the CARES Act Governor’s Emergency Education Relief fund. Complete the Rapid Credentialing Scholarship Online Application to see if you qualify.

Safety

All certificates, certifications and short-term training classes will be offered virtually with instruction to be delivered via remote access or online with exceptions noted and following all current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.