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Center for Business, Workforce & Community Learning

Treasure Valley Community College's Center for Business, Workforce and Community Learning (CBWCL) is your training partner in the design and delivery of innovative solutions to enhance the performance levels of individuals and organizations. Whether you are a business committed to taking your company to the next level or an individual ready to advance in your career, CBWCL can assist you with your goals.

The primary objective of CBWCL is to plan and promote full use of college resources to assist individual, business, industry, and community growth through training and education. All programs are intended to enrich, strengthen, and support those who are not served by the traditional instructional activities of the College. Based upon community interest and need, these programs help our customers upgrade their skills, increase their knowledge, learn a new hobby, advance their careers, solve problems and stimulate their minds. Courses are informal, relaxed and noncompetitive. Most courses will not be graded, nor will the student receive formal college credit, unless respective classes meet certain educational prerequisites. Professional credit and continuing education certificates are available. Courses can be offered at TVCC or onsite at your organization.

We offer courses that cover the complete spectrum of interests including academic, cultural, business related, occupational licensing, regulatory requirements, art, music, physical fitness, travel, gardening, and local history.

  • Training - We develop training in customer-specific areas for individuals or groups to help businesses/industries maximize their productivity and profit. We offer courses which can lead toward the completion of a degree, certificate, or license.
  • Workforce Development - We provide training to individuals and companies to improve their general skills, technical skills, and professional knowledge. Not sure exactly which program is right for you? Let us work with you to perform a needs assessment and tailor a program for your company. We are committed to maintaining and growing a quality workforce in our region.
  • Personal Enrichment - We provide entry level, customized training, and continuing education in the areas of emergency medical services, healthcare personnel, wildland and fire safety, and flagging. We are a designated American Heart Association Training Center.

For information please contact the Center for Business, Workforce and Community Learning at (541) 881-5755. We are located on the TVCC campus in the Albertson Center. We look forward to working with you to fulfill your lifelong educational pursuits.


Albertson Center - Call (541) 881-5772, or email 

The TVCC SBDC (part of the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network) offers complete, one-stop business assistance and advising services to new and existing businesses in eastern Oregon and western Idaho. The following are the primary services offered through the SBDC.


The SBDC employs a professional and knowledgeable team of advisors who can help business owners set and reach their goals. Advisors offer free, confidential, one-on-one business advising to clients. Advisors provide in-depth assistance on a variety of topics, including how to start, business planning, financial management, loan packaging, marketing and more.


The SBDC offers a wide variety of workshops designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of business owners and employees. Topics include sales and marketing, human resources, financial management, business planning, and more. Reasonably priced classes are offered throughout the day and evening as well as online, 24/7. In addition to regular class offerings, the SBDC offers several specialized curricula.

ED2GO-Powerful Employee Development Tool for Busy People.
ED2GO is the SBCD's online provider of more than 300 instructor-facilitated, online courses. The Ed2Go curriculum offers convenient, affordable and accessible employee and personal training programs. Courses are comprehensive and self-contained. Expert instructors interact with students during the 6 weeks of instruction, and students have 24 hour access. TVCC's ED2GO courses can be found here:

Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) Certified Curriculum and CCB License Application Assistance.
The SBDC offers a CCB-approved 16-hour training program through a self-paced, instructor-supported, interactive web-based curriculum. In addition, the SBDC offers comprehensive CCB license application and business advisory assistance as part of this curriculum package. For more information on the SBDC's CCB training program, visit:

To find out more about business services, to schedule an individualized business advisory appointment or to find out about affordable workshops and to get added to the SBDC Monthly ENews, highlighting upcoming workshops and relevant business articles, contact the SBDC at (541) 881-5772 or email