Worker Retraining is a state-funded program designed to help eligible individuals update their job skills and return to employment.
What services does Worker Retraining provide?
- Payment of tuition and fees
- Assistance with the Employment Security CAT/TB application (permission to attend school while collecting your unemployment)
- Educational advising and planning
- Assistance in locating additional funding for training
- Priority registration
- Liaison to other agencies, programs and funding
How do I get more information about each program?
Attend a Workforce Education Information Session. These are held every Tuesday on the main campus. No registration is required – just show up! Building and rooms change quarterly, so check our Workshops page or call 425-564-4054 for the location. Plan to arrive early, for the session starts promptly at 2:30pm and no latecomers can be accommodated.
Bellevue College Worker Retraining welcomes Microsoft and other employees affected by recent layoffs.
BC is the third-largest higher education institution in Washington state, and offers a wide variety of bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs geared for employment in high-demand sectors. Visit our Approved Programs page to see the numerous programs supported by Worker Retraining.
Interested students should attend a Workforce Education information session to begin the enrollment process, or call 425-564-4054 for additional information.
Last Updated July 7, 2017