Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

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Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

From professional development and life-long learning to CEUs and national certifications, FDLTCC looks forward to serving you!

Welcome to the online registration site for Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Continuing Education and Customized Training. To register for a course, simply click on the program category below or use the search feature to the right. Don't see what you are looking for? Contact us today at Continuing Education and Customized Training or call 218-879-0775.

FDLTCC's College for Elders/Seniors provides life-long learning programs within a supportive environment for older adults. A variety of courses are offered annually to stimulate intellectual, emotional, and physical well-being.

FDLTCC offers educational activities on a non-credit basis for a broad range of college and community purposes, including college-based programs for high school students, Indian Home School Liaison training for the Minnesota Department of Education, and college-based exit exams for the college's graduating students.

FDLTCC offers a variety of training related to law enforcement for students, law enforcement professionals, and organizations with safety concerns. Current classes include POST preparation class, verbal judo, and active shooter preparedness.  Please direct any questions to Jodanna Wherley in the Customized Training/Continuing Education Department.

An affordable workshop series for those wanting to learn more about how to make and use maps in the 21st century. Terrific for K-12 educators (CEUs awarded); hikers, hunters, and anglers; and folks searching for family fun! For more information regarding learning objectives and assessments related to CEUs, please contact the instructor, Carl Sack, Ph.D., at or  218-879-0718.

The Preservation of Traditional Arts Workshops (PTAW) is a community extention program that provides traditional Ojibwe-Anishinaabe art programming aimed at restoring and preserving lost and/or endangered art forms. PTAW's purpose is to retain and reclaim the cultural knowledge and skills of traditional Ojibwe art forms indigenous to the band, tribe and/or region and to restore there art forms in the community. 

Additionally, PTAW increases the direct support of master artists, culture bearers, established artists, and apprentices in the community and supports the intergenerational transference of cultural knowledge and artistic practices sending forward the knowledge and skill of master artists. 

BPI & Energy Auditor Training/Certification (MN Department of Commerce)

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College provides a variety of workshops and conferences throughout the year.