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New Certificate Courses to Increase Your Business and Entrepreneurial Skills

April 1, 2021 | Heather Fletcher

Elevate your skills, increase your marketability and gain the credentials you need to stand out to your current or future employers with self-paced certificate courses from the UWF Center for Entrepreneurship.The new non-credit certificate courses are designed for anyone interested in improving their knowledge of business and entrepreneurship. Courses address specific needs including project management, continuous process improvement and how to start your own business.


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How to Excel as an Online Learner

March 1, 2021 | Heather Fletcher

Most of us have found ourselves at home more often as we practice social distancing due to COVID-19. If you’ve considered using this extra time to delve into topics that you have always been interested in, you are not alone. Shifting your energy towards investing in yourself through online learning has never been easier. Whether you are new to online learning or are looking to dive right into virtual courses, be sure to practice these simple steps for online learning success.


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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Program Graduate Spotlight: Marsha Little, Spring 2018

February 1, 2021 | Heather Fletcher

Marsha Little began her medical career well over 20 years ago and holds a deep passion for helping others. After finding out about UWF Continuing Education’s Certified Clinical Medical Assisting (CCMA) program through an online ad, Marsha was sold immediately. With previous experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and in-home healthcare, Marsha was an ideal candidate for the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant program.