High School Professional Development Workshops

These workshops are open to high school educators in the Central Community College service area. They help educators develop skills taught at the college level that can be articulated between the high school and CCC to assist with training future CCC students.

Joanie Guerrero
Jamey Peterson-Jones
Payment Questions

Registration Instructions

  • Mark the box by each workshop you plan to attend.
  • Add the cost of workshops and type in Total Amount (at the top of form).
  • Select Submit – If confirmation page does not appear, complete the fields in red.
  • Confirm your registration. Payment Amount needs to equal workshop amount.
  • Select Pay.
  • “Thank you for registering” page will appear. You will receive an email confirmation. You also have the option to print this page.

Important Note 

If you are registering only for a free workshop, scroll down and complete the form at the bottom of this page. If registering for a workshop with a cost, follow the instructions listed above and use this "Register/Pay Online" button.

Register/Pay Online 


These workshops have limited space. Be sure to register early.


High school educator must pay at the time they register. Some workshops are free to attend.


Who will receive the stipend?

  • High school teachers who teach within the same discipline area as the workshop
  • High school counselors
  • High school Early College contact person

Those who qualify will receive a stipend if they attend each day for the entire time.

All high school teachers are welcome to register for these workshops, although they will not receive a stipend unless the workshop aligns to their discipline teaching area. 

Workshop Descriptions

AMDT Teacher-Trainer Workshop - Hastings (CLOSED)


Date: May 29-31 
Time: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. (1 hour lunch) 
Location: Hastings Campus 
Building and Room: Hamilton, Room 126 
Instructors:  Brian Davis, Troy Davis, Bruce Bartos 
Cap: 12 
Cost: $60 
Stipend: $450

This workshop will give high school educators a chance to learn various skills on using a variety of equipment. We will cover: Measurement, Manual Lathe and Mill, Surface Grinding, Basic CNC on both Lathe and Mill, which include machine setup, tool offsets, programming and operation. We will answer questions about problems experienced while using the equipment or about any CCC’s program of study.

Also, CCC Instructors will work with area High School Dual Credit Instructors to build and refine skills needed to teach the curriculum. Additionally, the high school instructors will walk through each of the courses they are teaching for CCC credit and will work to create their Moodle courses and grade books for the upcoming semester.