Business & Community Services
Pellissippi State Community College is monitoring developments with the coronavirus pandemic and making contingency plans with the best interest of our faculty, staff and students in mind. The health and safety of the community remain a top priority. As circumstances change, Pellissippi State may alter or suspend non-credit classes at any point in the future.
Several lifelong learning classes are now being offered virtually, allowing you to interact with instructors in real-time and connect with others from the comfort of your home.
Lifelong learning classes held on-campus are also following new safety precautions. Masks or face coverings must be worn by all instructors and students for the duration of the class, and class sizes are being limited and held in larger classrooms to ensure that participants can maintain 6 feet of distance between each other.
For more information about Pellissippi State’s full response to COVID-19, visit www.pstcc.edu/coronavirus
Pellissippi State has the lifelong learning opportunities you’ve been looking for – in everything from professional training to self-improvement to personal hobbies. Our classes are available at convenient times at several of Pellissippi State’s five campuses in Knox and Blount counties. We can help you reach your personal and professional goals.
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Your Training Connection
Pellissippi State’s Business and Community Services is your one-stop provider of training, offering an array of creative workplace solutions that generate real results. Take advantage of our years of educational expertise to advance your employees, your company and your business.
Pellissippi State offers more than 3,000 engaging, interactive online classes through partnerships with web-based educational training providers. Whether you need a refresher course or recertification, we offer a solution to fit your needs and busy schedule.
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Introduction to Aviation
Are you interested in a career in aviation? Industry reports expect an ongoing shortage in aviation personnel, including pilots, maintenance technicians and cabin crew needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years. With career opportunities as a pilot, operations manager, engineer, maintenance and quality control technician, administrative personnel or in the armed forces, there is a path for any student with an interest in the industry. Pellissippi State now offers a 15-week introduction to aviation class that satisfies the requirement of ground school and is designed to assist teens and young adults with goals of becoming a professional pilot.
Learn more about the Introduction to Aviation