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Tom Dillingham
(931) 393-1760
(800) 654-4877 Ext. 1760 Toll Free
(931) 393-1774 Fax
Marcum Technology 209

Workforce Development and Extended Services

Welcome to Motlow's Extended Services Department!

The purpose of the Workforce Development and Extended Services unit includes several functions such as managing Campus Facilities Requests, issuing Continuing Education certificates, supporting non-credit company and government training, and serving as the Motlow College point of contact for the TBR Regents On-line Continuing Education (ROCE) initiative.

Specifically, this unit administers the "Use of Campus Property and Facilities Reservation" program by ensuring Policy & Procedure No. 3:02:02:00 is adhered to, and utilizing the "Facilities Request / Student Event / Visiting Speaker" electronic form. From this, we serve as the Motlow College point of contact to off-campus individual or group requests, including the negotiation of room rental charges. Requests are submitted, reviewed, and approved through Motlow's online Facilities Request system. The Facilities Request form can be found on the Workforce Development and Extended Services web page or here.

When requested, Workforce Development Extended Services delivers continuing professional education programs by meeting the non-credit training needs of businesses, industries, and governmental agencies. As a service to our customers, we can issue Continuing Educational Units (CEU's) certificates of completion. Workforce Development and Extended Services keeps pace with managerial and technological changes that require training and retraining of the workforce.

Furthermore, this unit serves as the Motlow College point of contact for the TBR Regents On-line Continuing Education (ROCE) initiative, under the Regents On-line Campus Collaborative (ROCC) program. Additionally, this unit provides classes in ACT Preparation for high school students and Motorcycle Safety courses throughout the year.


The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is awarded upon successful completion of certain non-credit training courses or activities. The CEU is defined as "ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction." To meet conditions for satisfactory completion, participants must:

  1. Be properly registered and pay all fees
  2. Attend a minimum of 75 percent of scheduled classes
  3. Achieve a "satisfactory" rating from the instructor and receive a certificate


The Extended Services unit is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and is located upstairs in the Marcum Technology Center, room 209.
The phone contacts are 931-393-1760, or 931-393-1601.


For more information about upcoming courses or to schedule an appointment, please contact:

Mr. Tom Dillingham, Director (931) 393-1760
Ms. Elizabeth Lamb, Secretary (931) 393-1601
Mr. Rick Orzino, Coordinator ( 931) 393-1758