May 2015

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The Workforce Development Division provides a broad range of programs, services, and training opportunities for residents in the Butler, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, and Geneva county areas.  The goal of the Adult Education and Workforce Development Division is to offer quality educational programs and services that will meet the changing personal and professional development needs of the community, including employees of local business and industry.

The Adult Education and Workforce Development Division offers a variety of courses, workshops, programs, and other services that are designed for quick skills training, professional development and personal enrichment.  Although these courses are non-credit and will not lead to a college degree, certificates are awarded for each completed class.  These short-term personal and professional development courses are provided on campus, off campus, and in the workplace.

The Adult Education and Workforce Development Division provide the following services:

  • Access to Alabama's Career Center System 
  • Adult Education/GED Preparation
  • Computer Training
  • Continuing Education Courses
  • Customized Training for Existing Business and Industry
  • Skills Assessments, including Workkeys
  • Others

If you are an employer seeking to increase productivity and profits or an employee seeking to improve or upgrade job skills, you should contact the Adult Education and Workforce Development Division to inquire about available classes.  For further details, please contact Jimmy Hutto at (334) 493-5347 or Jennifer Hall at 334-493-5315. 

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**Cancellation and Refund Policy
Enrollment is not official until payment is received.  No refunds will be issued after the first course meeting.  Students may enroll in Continuing Education courses until the first course meeting if space is available.  A cancellation decision will be made for any course that has not met minimum enrollment requirements.  If a course does not have sufficient enrollment, the Business Office will issue a refund to those who have registered and paid for the course.



Training for Existing Business and Industry (TEBI) includes non-credit courses for a specific skill area offered to the general public, as well as training customized by LBW Community College for the employees of a particular company.  Courses may be taught at the work site or on the college campus.  Courses are offered at a time and place that is most convenient for the participants.


Customized training has been provided for the following businesses
and industries:

  • SMART Alabama, LLC - Luverne
  • Shaw Industries, Inc. - Andalusia
  • Connector Manufacturing - Greenville
  • Sister Schubert's - Luverne
  • South Central Alabama Mental Health - Andalusia
  • Troy Cablevision - Troy

For more information, please contact:

  •  Jimmy Hutto, Associate Dean of Adult Education & Workforce, (334) 493-5347,

  • Jennifer Hall, Adult Education & Workforce Specialist, (334) 493-5315,




Lurleen B. Wallace Community College offers a variety of affordable short-term, non-credit training courses.  For more information, contact Jennifer Hall at (334) 493-5315 or

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