Description

Unlike most career training institutes, which are often for-profit, the Center for Employment Training is a non-profit organization. This means that you can be certain that CET is focused on your educational and professional needs, not on its bottom line. The school is dedicated to eliminating poverty and stimulating economic development in Durham.

In line with this mission, CET teaches a number of courses designed to help you find permanent employment. These courses lead to a variety of in-demand careers, from trade to office jobs. Some of CET’s 20+ courses include:

* Accounting Clerk
* Truck Driver
* Culinary Arts
* Business Office Technology
* Computer Office Occupations
* Medical Assistant
* Welding Fabrication

All of the Center’s courses have open-ended start and end dates, so you can begin training at your convenience. You can set your own pace for your training, taking as much time as you need, and CET tailors your program to your individual needs.

As soon as you’re ready, one of CET’s Industrial Relations Specialists will help you begin your career. Your time at the Center isn’t over until you get hired. At CET, success isn’t measured by the certificate you earn for your vocational training, but the job that you land after your training is done.

Quick Facts about CET, Durham

Region

Southeast

Setting

Mid-size City Setting

Type

Private

Affiliation

Not applicable

Size

Small (Under 2,000 Students)

Website

cetweb.org

On-Campus Housing Available

No

Selectivity

Open Admissions

Tuition

$ 8,060

Retention Rate

92%

Enrollment

367

Students

Total Students
367

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students

Full-Time
26%
Part-Time
74%

Ethnic Diversity

Latino
1%
African American
97%
Caucasian
1%
American Indian or Alaska native
1%

International Students

International
0%
Domestic
100%

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