Welcome to the Virginia Tech Hampton Roads Centers
The Virginia Tech Hampton Roads Centers offers an array of educational services to meet the needs of working professionals in the Hampton Roads region of the Commonwealth. Conveniently located in Newport News and Virginia Beach, we offer:
- Professional Development in the form of a variety of workshops and customized certificate programs to serve the needs of the organizations in the private sector as well as those of our state and local governments.
- Graduate Programs in Education, Engineering, Information Technology, Instructional Technology and Career and Technical Education and Licensure
- Conference Planning and Management Services
- Exam Proctoring
> Facts and Snacks, December 13, 2018 from 3:00pm - 4:00pm. Join us for an abbreviated workshop to explore how to communicate with your boss to achieve successs for your entire team. Please share this flyer and contact Lynda King at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
> Newport News is offering PMP this spring at our center! The Project Management Certification Course will be offered at the Newport News Center, Richmond Center and Roanoke Center, February 5, 2018 - April 3, 2018 on Tuesday's from 5:30pm - 9:00pm. This course will thorougly cover the core competencies of project management and provide the requistie 35 hours of instruction needed for the Project Management Institute PMP certification exam. Included in the cost are textbooks, instruction, CEUs and access to the FastTrack Exam Simulater.
City of Newport News Waterworks, Manager Retreat, August 15, 2018: The venue was highly praised and Lynda was very welcoming and helpful - Sue Houser, City of Newport News Waterworks
Virginia Chamber Briefings, ITA International LLC and Virginia Tech Hampton Roads, Newport News, commence Data Analytics Education Program.
VT and ITA International LLC kicked off their 10-month Data Analytics Course on August 2, 2018.
Ideation Lunch & Learn, September 14, 2017, Newport News Center, Lesa Hanlin facilitator: Thanks very much Lesa – I really did enjoy the session, although I came away craving either a bag of key lime Oreos, or a bag of maple bacon Oreos! We have been using ideation principles and design thinking at Mariners’ now for a little over a year. Some folks are ingrained with “how we have always done things” and it’s taken some time to get everyone comfortable in constructive, focused and highly creative ideation! ...very informative and interesting Lunch and Learn! -Lyles Forbes, Mariners Museum
Hampton Roads Centers News
- New programs are available: Advanced Current Topics and Trends for Engineers, Best Practices in Supply Chain Management and Diversity Training; Moving from Tolerance to Inclusion. Please contact Teressa Trotta for more information about these new programs!