General Information & Policies
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How Can We Help? Advice & Consultation
For information about proper placement within programs according to skill, ability, or program content levels, call and speak to a Program Associate at 813.259.6010. Assistance will be offered according to the information which you provide. We are pleased to help you in any way possible.
HCC Institute for Corporate and Continuing Education (ICCE) @ Dale Mabry Campus
4115 N Lois Ave., Tampa, Florida 33614
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Closed on national & HCC holidays.
On-Campus Emergencies: or x7911 from an internal phone.
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How do I search for a particular course topic?
Here are two options for searching for courses:
1. Hover over the ‘Browse Courses’ menu listed on the gold bar near the top of our web-page. Now select your preferred course category. This will take you to a list of available offerings withing your chosen category. You may browse the entire list, or you may narrow further by typing a word or phrase associated with your preferred training topic in the search box in the top left of the page.
2. From our homepage select one of the course categories indicated on the seven (7) program tiles. This will take you to additional information regarding your chosen course category. You may select a ‘Featured Course’ by clicking on the courses tile, or you may select ‘View Catalog’ to see a full selection of offerings within this course category. You may browse the entire list, or you may narrow further by typing a word or phrase associated with your preferred training topic in the search box in the top left of the page.
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Continuing Education Units
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded upon satisfactory participation in non-degree-credit programs offered by The Hillsborough Community College based on the national standard developed by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. The criteria for awarding CEUs is based on the ten criteria issued by that organization. One (1) CEU is defined as “ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.” An hour of time is based on the sixty (60) minute hour. “Satisfactory participation (attendance) in attendance monitored programs or 80% pass rate on programs utilizing objective evaluations.
CEU’s are not convertible to degree-program credits. Specialized versions of certain CEUs such as state board certified (SB-CEUs) or life education units (LEUs) are utilized in certain professional areas. Where such specialized credits are awarded, those credits conform to the standards of the monitoring or regulating institution/association.
Social Security Number Collection Usage
For any workforce program, funded through the Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI), HCC uses your SSN as an identifier for program enrollment and completion. Also, it is used for entering placement information into the statewide data collection and reporting system. Because these are performance-based contract programs, AWI requires that all participants and their program-related activities be recorded in the Florida State system. Courses and programs may include Associate in Science, Post-Secondary Vocational Education, College Credit Certificate, and Workforce courses offered through HCC’s Institute for Corporate & Continuing Education. For more information about this policy please visit https://www.hccfl.edu/about-us/consumer-information/social-security-number-collection-usage.
Corporate Account Representatives Are Ready To Assist You
Account Representatives are available to provide assistance for group training activities. Every training program outlined in this publication can be delivered at your location, or anywhere you need us. In addition, any program can be customized to your exacting needs. Please callfor further information.
Certificates of Participation
Certificates of Participation are awarded upon satisfactory completion of each non-degree-credit program. Individual participants will receive a certificate suitable for framing. The certificate indicates only that the individual satisfactorily met the attendance requirements for the program. CEU credits do not transfer or convert into degree-program credits.
Certification Programs provide participants with the opportunity to enhance current skills and increase opportunities for success by participation in an objective evaluation process. Participants satisfactorily completing each program evaluation within a carefully planned sequence of individual programs earn certification in a specially designated discipline/content area. Certification programs, where applicable, are described in detail within individual program publications.
Current and Former Institute for Corporate & Continuing Education (ICCE) students can request transcripts for their workforce-related training courses. Please note the following before requesting your transcripts:
- If your name has changed since your last period of enrollment, please include your present and former names on your request.
- HCC will not provide transcripts if you have an outstanding financial obligation to the college.
You may request your transcripts by visiting the following link transcript request at Parchment.com. There will be a minimal processing fee for all transcript requests.
Any errors in enrollment information should be reported to ICCE@hccfl.edu.or
Special Needs & Accommodations
ICCE conducts its programs in Barrier-free facilities.
Prior arrangements to provide special assistance or accommodations must be requested directly through the Center site at least five business days in advance of the accommodation need. Please advise your registration consultant at the time you register.
ICCE’s non-degree-credit computer seminars and workshops offer hands-on instruction in one of the dedicated computer classrooms located at ICCE. Because these facilities are extensively scheduled for a complete array of program offerings, additional laboratory time is not included in the program fee. Some instructional programs require or suggest additional computer time to complete assignments or practice related exercises. We suggest that participants have access to a personal computer at another location to complete supplementary exercises.
All software used in the presentation of our programs has been licensed to the College for its exclusive use in an educational setting. Program participants are prohibited from copying, transmitting or otherwise moving the software in any form.
Registration & Program Availability
Registration in any program may be made via the instructions outlined in the Registration section of this catalog. As registrations are accepted on a first-made, first-confirmed basis, we encourage registering early. Because most programs are maintained with strict census limitations, waitlists will be established for programs that exceed capacity. All space is subject to availability. Students attending professional development and personal interest classes with HCC ICCE must be 18 years of age.
Changes to Program Offerings
We reserve the right to modify or cancel programs and substitute presenters without notice at HCC’s own discretion.
All programs are copyrighted; therefore video, audio, and/or photographic recordings are not permitted. Materials distributed as a part of any program entitle the user to reference the materials, but not reproduce, distribute, or store them electronically, photographically, video graphically, digitally, or by any other means.
Please note that due to technical anomalies, on rare occasions, a course fee may appear as zero ($0). In such cases, the field should read: “Please call for pricing.” None of the courses offered by ICCE are presented without charge. No other materials nor activities are included. Meals and/or beverage breaks are included only if specifically mentioned in individual program descriptions. Travel and lodging are not included. We will be happy to provide local hotel accommodation referrals upon request. ICCE will not be liable for unusable or non-refundable airline tickets purchased or other expenses incurred in anticipation of participation in a program that is canceled for any reason.
Payment Policy & Forms of Payment
Payment for individual program registrations may be made by personal or company check, money order (Bill-to-company), or by utilizing Master Card or Visa credit cards. Credit card payments may be processed online at the time of registration or at one of our campus bursars’ locations. Bill-to-company instructions must be approved in writing by an authorized agent of the company. Full payment is expected at registration for individual enrollments prior to participation in the program. Fees include instructional materials, specifically referenced food and beverage service, and use of related facilities during the period established for instruction.
Refunds, Cancellations & Substitutions
A start date for an online or hybrid course is defined as the initial login to the Canvas learning management system (LMS). Initial access to an online course implies acceptance of the refund policy.
For clinical experience courses, a refund cannot be issued once the student has accepted the ‘Castlebranch’ invitation. A start date for a clinical experience is defined as the clinical requirements deadline date (please see each clinical experience course for specific date requirements).
We reserve the right to cancel activities that do not meet minimum enrollment levels or for other good cause. Activities canceled by the College will have refunds processed in-full.
Tax Deduction For Educational Expenses
Program fees and expenses for professional development purposes (including travel, meals, and lodging) paid to maintain and improve professional skills may be tax-deductible. ICCE recommends that you seek the advice of the IRS or a qualified tax advisor to determine your individual status.
It is not permitted within any campus building.
Special discounts for groups or on-site/in-house corporate programs, etc., may apply for certain program types. Please contact a sales associate for additional information on applicable discounts for certain programs that are described in detail on this website. Discount types may not be combined.
Code of Student Conduct
By registering for a course with the Institute for Corporate & Continuing Education at Hillsborough Community College, you are agreeing to accept and follow Hillsborough Community College’s Code of Student Conduct. Click Here to review the entire Code of Student Conduct.