Student Learning Center with UGA bannerThe mission of the University of Georgia Griffin Campus Office of Continuing Education is to enrich lives through learning by providing exceptional programs in a stimulating environment with superior service. Continuing Education provides a local hub within the Griffin Community for conferences and events, continuing professional education, and youth programs.

A variety of courses are available, with some offering professional certifications, Professional Learning Units (PLUs), or Continuing Education (CE) credits. The Office of Continuing Education also hosts satellite feeds of live broadcasts from the Institute of Continuing Legal Education so that practicing lawyers may earn CLE credits to meet the requirements of the Bar Association.

In addition to professional courses, the Office of Continuing Education also offers educational opportunities for personal enrichment and development, youth programs, and community outreach opportunities. Conference facilities are also available by reservation.

 

Upcoming Events

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  • Community Outreach

Dates ongoing, call for information

UGA Griffin Campus Office of Continuing Education, Griffin-Spalding Literacy Commission, and Southern Crescent Technical College partner to serve adults interested in passing the General Education Development (GED) examination. In an effort to fulfill a critical community need - greater literacy in Griffin and Spalding County and a more literate workforce - UGA is joined in a partnership that seeks to make this kind of difference in the community. Hence, Adult Education classes are held on our campus twice weekly. To register for these classes, you may contact Southern Crescent Technical College at the following web address: https://www.sctech.edu/adulteducation/. Or, contact Adult Education at Southern Crescent Technical College by telephone at (770) 229-3176.

  • Personal Course

Erosion and Sediment Control Recertification Level 1A Fundamentals

This course updates currently certified individuals on changes, new practices, and new information on erosion and sediment control. If you have been Level 1A certification , you may re-certify by taking this 4-hour continuing education course. There is no exam for recertification.

Registration Fee: $79 (price includes materials and breaks)

Number of sessions: 1
Location: Stuckey Conference Center, Room 119
Instructor: Scott Brumbelow

Time: 8:00am until 12:00pm

Wednesday August 8, 2018

Click here to register online.

  • Professional Course

Thursday August 9, 2018
8:00AM- 2:30PM
UGA Griffin Campus
1109 Experiment Street
Griffin, Ga. 30223

Early registration fee extended until July 27th
Registration: $65 if received by July 27, 2018. After July 27th, registration is $80.
Student Registration: $25 if received by July 27, 2018. After July 27th, registration is $30.

Click here to register for TGFD.

Receive a 10% discount( calculated at checkout) if you register 4 or more people. Maximum of 12 people may be registered at once. For more than 12 people, begin an additional registration or call our office at 770-229-3477.

  • Professional Course

(Approved by the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission)

Registration Fee: $150 (price includes materials, breaks, and exam)

Number of sessions: 1
Location: Stuckey Conference Center, Room 119
Instructor: Scott Brumbelow
Time: 8:00am until 5:00pm

Wednesday September 19, 2018

To register online: Online registration for full certification (credit card only).

 

  • Professional Course
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Thursday September 20, 2018

Experts from across the state will present the latest research on 28 topics at the field day, which is set to begin at 9:15 a.m. and conclude at 4:15 p.m. Registration starts at 8 a.m.

The event will be held at the University of Georgia Griffin Campus Westbrook Research Farm.

Click here to register.