Lansing Community College

The Job Training Center at Lansing Community College aims to offer a wide variety of training programs designed to help participants prepare for careers that will be in demand for years to come.

Need assistance paying for training?

Are you looking for training, but find that your resources and funding are lacking? You may qualify for training assistance, including help paying for college programs, through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

To find out if you qualify, review the CAMW! Connections presentation and complete the accompanying survey.
WIOA Survey

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Hybrid | July 18 – August 25  |  (Contact us for information on training funds support)

This program is designed to help those with no experience or prior training in the Information Technology field gain entry-level employment. Participants will work to increase their customer service skills while gaining the technological knowledge needed for day to day tasks. Upon successful completion participants will gain two nationally recognized credentials CompTIA A+ and Certified Customer Service Professional as well as gain a thorough understanding of how to get and maintain a job in the IT field.

Credentials Gained:

  • Certified Customer Service Professional
  • CompTIA A+ 220-1001 (Core 1)
  • CompTIA A+ 220-1002 (Core 2)

Career Highlights:

  •  Average Wages: $22-24/hour
  • Growth of Field: Project 5-10% growth over the next 10 years
  • Average number of monthly hires in region: 75
  • Jobs related to this training: Service desk analyst, Technical support specialist, Field service technician, and more!

Program Highlights:

  •  A new career in 7 weeks
  • Gain two industry-recognized credentials
  • Opportunities to engage with hiring employers in the area
  • Funding opportunities available for eligible participants

Program Length:

6 weeks, Monday – Friday
Class time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Times will vary 
Format: Hybrid; both virtual and in-person instruction

Important Dates:

Application Deadline: July 1, 2022, 12pm
First Day Class: July 18, 2022

Requirements for Training:

  • Attend Information Session
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • IT IQ Assessment passing rate 

Information Sessions:

Program Application and IT IQ Assessment links will be provided during Information Session.

Registration is now closed for the July 2022 Cohort. New dates will be announced soon! 

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Are you looking to gain entry-level employment in a field that has many opportunities for growth? The Modern Warehousing program through LCC’s Job Training Center is an industry-led program that prepares individuals for front-line material handling and supply chain logistics positions in medical centers, fulfillment centers, warehouses and factories. With this training, you will understand the flow of a product from the time it enters a logistics facility through its processing, storage and shipment until it is transported to a final destination. Upon successful completion, participants will earn multiple nationally recognized credentials including Certified Logistics Associate, Certified Logistics Technician and OSHA-10, and will gain an understanding of how to get and maintain a job in the warehousing field. 

  • Foundational-Level Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) ® Certificate
  • Mid-Level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) ® Certificate
  • OSHA 10-Huor Safety Certificate
  • OSHA Forklift Operator*
  • Work Ethic & Career Readiness

*To receive Forklift certification, the successful participant will need to complete on the job training with employer.

  • Average Wages: $14-17/hour
  • Growth of Field: Project 9% growth over the next 10 years  
  • Average number of monthly job postings in region: 141
  • Jobs related to this training: Material Handlers, Warehouse Associates, Warehouse Workers, Warehouse Shift Managers, Warehouse Package Handlers

**Data obtained from Emsi Burning Glass; gathered by scraping over 45,000 websites, including company career sites, national and local job boards, and job posting aggregators.**

  • A new career in 6 weeks
  • Gain multiple, industry-recognized credentials
  • Opportunities to engage with hiring employers in the area
  • Funding opportunities available for eligible participants  

Program length: 6 weeks, Monday – Friday 
Class time: 8am – 12pm 
Format: Online instruction  
Classes begin: October 10, 2022 
Application deadline: September 30, 2022 

Requirements for training:

  •  High school diploma or GED 
  • Attend an Information Session 

Information Session Registration

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Need to build new job skills!

Through our non-credit online certificate programs and other non-credit classes, you can receive the accelerated or self-paced training you need to obtain skills for new career opportunities through the Job Training Center.

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For registration assistance, please contact us at 517-483-9853 or email

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Contact Us

Main Contact: Lee Gardner
Director, Job Training Center & Centralized Services
Phone: (517) 483-9853

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