Online Non-Credit Partnerships

Your professional development is important. Earning a non-credit certificate or participating in relevant training will demonstrate to your current and/or prospective employer that you are dedicated to keeping current with the development of 21st century career skills that will continue to bring value to the workplaces of today and tomorrow.

The flexibility of online course delivery makes ACE non-credit offerings and certificates manageable, regardless of your schedule. Invest in yourself and your future today.

 
GreenFig is uniquely positioned to keep pace with the rapidly changing business environment and develop curriculum and applied learning experiences that reflect what employers seek today.


 
Development Dimensions International is an international human resources and leadership development consultancy.

DDI works with organizations to make changes related to leadership development, leadership selection, succession management, and execution and performance.
 
Establish yourself as a globally recognized human resource expert by earning the new standard in HR certification utilizing the 2021 SHRM Learning System® for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP.

WSU partners with St. Cloud State University to offer a live, online instructor-led course.

This course has consistently surpassed the national pass rates for certification (pass rate 100% compared to the national average 66%).
 

The Winona State Wound, Ostomy Continence (WOC) nursing (PDF) education program prepares baccalaureate RNs for direct care of persons with complex issues.

This 11-month online program leads to qualification* to sit for national WOCN certification.

120 hours of clinicals are incorporated into the program. Applications for the next cohort will be open in Spring 2021.

For more information or to express interest in applying, please contact Abby Kugel at akugel@winona.edu

This program was developed in partnership with Mayo Clinic and through the support of a Minnesota Job Skills Partnership grant.

* This program is in the final stages of receiving accreditation from the Wound, Ostomy, & Continence Nursing Society.