The idea that learning is finished once we graduate from high school or college is a thing of the past. Personal and professional development is an ongoing process that continues for a lifetime. Scientific research has revealed the many benefits of lifelong learning. We now know that lifelong learning improves quality of life, as well as both physical and mental health. Lifelong learning is even tied to longer lifespan.
Continuing education is the opportunity to pursue our real passions that can lead to rewarding careers and a vibrant life where our passions are integrated into our vocation. Earning a living doing what we love is a goal we strive for, and continuing education is often the key to achieving that goal.
What is Continuing Education?
The Continuing Education Department at Emily Griffith Technical College offers non-credit courses to help people from every walk of life pursue their next learning adventure. Our offerings are designed for both personal enrichment and professional development.
In the spirit of our founder, Emily Griffith, registration is open “for all who wish to learn,” regardless of age, area of residency, or educational background. Applications are not required.
Are scholarships or financial aid available?
Scholarships and financial aid are not available for Continuing Education classes; however pricing is very reasonable and competitive with similar classes offered in the Denver area. Classes start as low as $25.
Need more information?
Continuing Education Division
Check out our course categories below. Or, you can click here to see an index of all of our classes.
- Beginning Blacksmithing
- Advanced Blacksmithing
- Welding for Homeowners
- Metalworking for Artists
- Furniture Upholstery
- Furniture Upholstery - Open Lab
- Cushion Sewing
- Clock Repair
- Real Estate Broker
- Real Estate Appraiser
- IV Therapy for LPNs
- CEAUC Conservation Easement Appraiser Update Course
- TEAC 1222 - Effective Teaching Strategies
- TEAC 1250 - CTE in Colorado
- TEAC 1260 - Adult Learning and Teaching
- Entrepreneurship Program
For more information on Professional Development courses, please contact Tim McMahon at 720-423-4865