Community Education andWorkforce
The Office of Community Education andWorkforce offers a wide range of non-credit classes and seminars designed to
help the individual fulfill his or her potential, both personally and professionally. Programs and classes are held throughout
Monroe County at three different convenient locations; Upper Keys Center at Coral Shores High School, Overseas HWY,
Tavernier, FL; Middle Keys Center at Marathon High School Sombrero Rd, Marathon, FL; and in Key West on the main
campus as well as at business sites.
Customized non-credit training programs tailored to meet the specific needs of business, industry and/or government
organizations may be held on-site at any business in Monroe County or any of the FKCC campuses.
Classes meet for various lengths of time and are scheduled on both weekdays and weekends, for the convenience of
students. A variety of classes are also offered for professional growth to prepare, update or refine participants’ employment
Registration is available by telephone or walk-in and pre-registration is required as classes may be limited in size. For more
information or a schedule of classes please call the Office of Community Education andWorkforce at (305) 809-3185.
Distance Learning at Florida Keys Community College
Distance Learning at FKCC refers to the method of instruction delivered through the use of technologies such as computers,
video, and the internet. Distance Learning courses are offered so the student and the instructor do not have to be in the
same place at the same time. Through the use of technology, students can fit classes into their busy schedules.
Distance Learning Course formats that are offered at FKCC campuses are:
– when 80 percent or more of instruction takes place over the Internet using the college’s adopted
online learning management system (LMS) where the student and faculty member are separated by time and space.
Online courses can be taken with few or no on-campus visits and use one or many different types of technology for
remote delivery of course materials. This may include, but is not limited to, Desire2Learn, the WorldWide Web, WebEx,
- when 80 percent or more of instruction takes place using the college’s
videoconferencing system where the student and faculty member are separated by location. Classes and programs
taught via video conferencing can be received by and sent from any of our three campuses.
- when 30 to 79 percent of instruction takes place over the Internet using the college’s adopted online
learning management system (LMS) where the student and faculty member are separated by time and space. Hybrid
courses have scheduled on-campus classes and use one or more types of technology for remote delivery of course
Technology Enhanced Courses
-when a course uses the college LMS but continues to meet in the traditional face-to-
face format. The class uses online resources to add to student engagement in the course.