ITI Frequently Asked Questions
ITI computer classes are Open Admissions, Noncredit courses. There is no admission requirement for these courses, however some require prerequisite skills or training. No report cards are issued, but a Certificate of Completion will be issued to students who attend at least 80% of the course. These are fast paced / accelerated courses geared towards working adults who need to learn a product quickly.
These are open enrollment, hands-on/lecture classes geared towards adults.
You are welcome to enroll in any class before it begins (if space is available) as long as you have the prerequisites (either by experience / previous training / classes, etc). We do not test or check past skills but ask that students use their best judgment when deciding if they meet the prerequisites.
The non-credit computer classes are not a certificate program but individual classes.
We do not offer or provide certification exams
Financial aid is not available for these classes. Full payment is expected at time of registration.
WDCE may have a limited number of career related scholarship opportunities available. See WDCE Scholarships for information about possible scholarships and the deadline for applying.
For specific questions regarding payment / registration / residency requirements / tuition waiver / transportation options / parking / scholarships please contact the main office for Workforce Development and Continuing Education at 240-567-5188.
To help you decide which class is best for you visit the ITI home page for a listing of the many categories of computer classes that we offer. Under the header Browse Courses by Topic, select a topic that may interest you. Click on that link and you will find all the courses in that category, and a suggested course sequence. If you click on a course title, you will find information about the course, such as a number of hours, course description, course prerequisites, and course objectives.
We do not test or check past skills but ask that students use their best judgment when deciding if they meet the prerequisites.
Some ITI courses are online, or hybrid (part online, and part in-person). Check the course schedule for more information.
Another department offers a variety of noncredit online classes. Information regarding
WDCE noncredit online classes is at this site:
To help you toward a goal of an IT career, we have formulated an ITI Classes to Careers Roadmap. (PDF, ) This guide will give you an idea of a where to start your career path, and what classes to take to achieve your goal.
In addition we have listed WDCE Programs that prepare you for Industry Certifications & Licensure Preparation Programs.