General Information

Workforce Development

Registration Deadlines

Registration should be received no later than five days prior to the first day of your seminar or workshop, unless otherwise indicated. We urge you to REGISTER EARLY– many courses fill early, while other courses are sometimes canceled due to insufficient enrollment. The College reserves the right to change course locations, dates and instructors when necessary.

Fees

Material and lab fees are listed under each course description. Payment must accompany registration in order to be placed on a class list.

Confirmation

A confirmation notice will be sent to the email address on your student account. If you have not received a notice and it is the day before the first meeting of your course, please contact workforce@atlantic.edu or call (609) 343-5655.

Refunds for Workshops & Professional Development

Full refunds are given if Atlantic Cape cancels a class. Refunds requested due to withdrawal by the student require notification in writing to workforce@atlantic.edu at least 48 hours prior to the first meeting of the course. Refunds are issued by check or credit card.

Lifelong Learning and American Opportunities Tax Credit

Visit IRS.gov for information and eligibility.

Telephone Directory

  • 343-5655         Workshops & Seminars – Registration/Information
  • 343-4893         Atlantic City Campus Credit Classes Information
  • 343-5655         Career Training Programs
  • 343-4831         Learning Assistance Center
  • 343-5651         Workforce Solutions (Training Services for Businesses)
  • 343-4893         Student Development
  • 343-4802         Meeting & Conference Services

Directions

Detailed directions to our Mays Landing, Atlantic City and Cape May County campuses.

Program Information

  • All participants entering programs requiring a TABE test will be required to complete the assessment.  We also accept (CASA). The assessment scores are valid for one year from the original test date.
  • High School Diplomas: High School diplomas written in English are accepted. All others must be translated.

Refund Policy

Students who enroll in a Workforce Development training program or workshop and then withdraw or are terminated from the program will be subject to the following refund policy:

  • Students who enroll in a Workforce Development training program or workshop and then withdraw or are terminated from the program will be subject to the following refund policy:
  • Workshops and Seminars & Career Training Programs (up to 150 Hours): If a student withdraws 48 hours prior to the start of class a full refund will be granted. No refund will be given if withdrawal is within 48 hours of the start of class. Students will be responsible for any outstanding balance due. All refunds require the completion of our “refund request form.”
  • Career Training Programs (exceeding 150 Hours): If a student withdraws 48 hours prior to the start of class, a full refund will be granted less a non-refundable processing fee of $150. A refund of 50 percent of the total cost of the course (less the $150 processing fee) will be granted if a student withdraws or is terminated from the program within the first 15 business days of the first day of class. Students who withdraw or are terminated from the program after 15 business days will receive no refund. Students will be responsible for any outstanding balance due. All refunds require the completion of our “refund request form.” • A full refund will be given if Atlantic Cape deems it necessary to cancel a class.

Payment Policy

  • Professional and Personal Enrichment workshops and Career Training programs must be paid in full at time of registration. Students registering for any class exceeding $1,000 may inquire about a payment plan. Optional payment plans are made at the discretion of the Business Office and will comply with departmental business practices. Fees apply.
  • Agency-Funded Students: Vouchers for tuition provided by job training agencies are accepted for registration. If for any reason a funded or sponsored student withdraws or is terminated from their program of study, the student will be responsible for any unpaid portion of the program cost.
  • Financial Aid: Career Training programs over 600 hours may be eligible for federal financial aid assistance. In order to be considered for tuition assistance from any job training agency, all candidates for these programs must complete a FAFSA application. Any balance due after all tuition assistance and federal grants have been applied are the responsibility of the student and fall under the previously stated payment plan constraints.