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Workforce Training -

TrainND serves

North Dakota businesses as a provider

for employee training and development

courses, training needs assessment,

customized training curriculum and group

training facilitation. TrainND Northeast

serves business and industry in 10 counties

of Northeast North Dakota. Through an

expanded array of services businesses can

address their workforce training needs

today to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

TrainND is commissioned by the legislature

to provide any training, any time, any place.

As part of the North Dakota University

System, the largest network of industry,

technical and academic specialists are

available—making virtually any type of

training a reality.

TrainND Northeast offers several non-

credit career training programs: Certified

Nurse Assistant (face-to-face or blended

with online), Qualified Service Provider and

Health Information Technology (online),

Commercial Driver Training and many

online options in healthcare, management,

business, skilled trades, hospitality and

sustainable energy. For more information,

contact TrainND at Lake Region State

College at 1-800-443-1313 ext. 21578 or

701-662-1578.

Building Services

Campus Housing -

Residence Halls provide

double or single room housing to men and

women, and apartments for family housing.

Most housing units are connected to the

dining room and to the main classroom

building. Students in college residence halls

are under contract for the academic year

and are required to participate in a college

meal plan. Charges for these services are

listed in the tuition and fees section. Each

room has high speed Internet, cable TV

and telephone. Residence hall students

may lease computers from Information

Technology Services.

College for Kids -

College for Kids is a fun,

enriching summer program that encourages

children to use their imaginations, ask

questions, think creatively, experiment,

meet new friends and experience a taste of

college. The courses are designed to be fun

and educational and are available to children

in grades first through seventh.

Community Education -

Community

education courses are non-credit courses

offered for skill development, social activity

or life enrichment. These courses are less

costly than credit courses and are offered in

a shorter time frame allowing participants

to learn a subject without dealing with

“homework” or worrying about getting

graded for participation in the course.

Courses such as Golf 101, Introduction to

Photography, Word, Excel and Introduction

to Computers are some examples of

community education classes. These courses

are coordinated through TrainND NE, the

workforce training division of Lake Region

State College. We welcome anyone who

would like to share their skill or talent to be

an instructor.

Plus 50 Encore Completion Program

- A

national effort to train 10,000 baby boomers

for new jobs in healthcare, education and

social services. The program is sponsored

by the American Association of Community

Colleges (AACC).

LRSC assists adults age 50 and over in

completing degrees or certificates in high-

demand occupations that give back to the

community. With many adults age 50 and

over out of work or seeking to transition to a

new career, the program offers skill updates

and career makeovers. LRSC will prepare

older adults for such careers as home health

aides, certified nursing assistants, speech

and language pathology assistants and

many other careers.