Find your career path by searching the programs offered by Central Piedmont.
College and Career Readiness' I-LEAD provides courses for adults with a diagnosed intellectual disability, traumatic brain injury, or other need.
Our curriculum is designed to prepare you for a variety of job opportunities in the fields of both residential and non-residential interior design
Develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to work as an entry-level ASL interpreter.
Math courses for general education credit; includes Developmental Mathematics (DMA) courses
Prepare for a mechanical engineering technician career to work in NASCAR, manufacturing, product design, sales, service, and more.
We provide the hands-on medical assisting training you need to pursue a successful career in the healthcare setting of your choice.
Learn how to use technology to manage office operations in a variety of healthcare settings.