Admission and Enrollment
5C’s Development Program (5C’s) is open to all individuals who are eligible for admission, and we are dedicated to serving your educational needs, without regard to age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion, marital status, disability, political affiliation or belief.
How To Apply
Educational requirements are determined by the 5C’s Development Program. Requirements may vary according to the selected program of study. A high school diploma or the equivalent (GED) is desirable but is not an entrance requirement for all of the 5C’s programs. We highly encourage all applicants without a high school diploma or GED to take steps to complete a recognized GED program to ensure future employment. We have provided students with a list of online programs on the student resource page.
Home-schooled student documents are also accepted for participation in the 5C’s Development Program.
Home Schooled Applicant Guidelines
Applicants who have been home schooled must submit the following documentation:
Submission of a letter of intent to home school.
Verified attendance reports.
Annual progress reports or final transcript from junior and senior years written by the student’s primary instructor at his/her home school.
The final progress report with the student’s graduation date.
Applicants for admission to 5C’s technical certificate programs are required to provide the following documents: High School transcript or GED transcript on file in the Admissions Office according to the deadline dates, published on the 5C’s calendar. Applicants with an incomplete file or application received after the deadline may choose to be processed for special admission status. It is the mission of 5C’s Development Program to assist students in achieving their personal and professional goals. It is the responsibility of the student to complete the requirements for admission into the 5C’s Development Program.
OSHA 10 Construction Training
OSHA 10 General Industry Training
The 5C’s OSHA 10 – Hours Construction Industry Training Program is designed to provide an entry-level general awareness of a construction worker and focusing on teaching students how to recognize and prevent hazards on a construction work site.
Program Length: 10 hrs
OSHA 30 Construction Training
OSHA 30 General Industry Training
The 5C’s OSHA 30 – hour Construction Industry Training course is a comprehensive safety training created for individuals who desire a higher level of safety training within the construction industry. This course was specifically developed for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors. The program offers complete information on OSHA compliance issues.
Program Length: 30 hrs
The 5C’s Workplace Readiness Skills certificate program directly correlates with the essential curriculum and competencies developed by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE). Workplace readiness focuses on building professionalism, personal qualities, technology awareness and new 21st century job readiness skills to excel.
Course topics include building personal qualities, communication, technical, people skills and more. Program graduates will receive a Workplace Readiness Skills Certificate.
Program Length: 30 hrs
Get Started! Enroll Today!
Imagine having the ability to see into your future. You can see the outcome of the decisions you made in the past. Your life has stability. You have time to spend with your family. You are happy with your career choices. You own a home. You’re financially secure. In your future, you have options because you made the right decisions in your past.
This vision can become your reality. When you enroll with 5C’s you have an opportunity to change your life, today. We are accepting students who have a strong desire to commit to learning from some the area’s best instructors. We are looking for students who are willing to take a leap and invest in their life. We are looking for you.
Enrolling is easy. Take your first step in creating the future you deserve with 5C’s.
Complete our student inquiry form and we’ll send you a enrollment package. Our classes are filled on a first-come, firs-serve registration. Once a class is filled, students are added to a waiting list for the next available class. Applicants for admission must be at least sixteen (16) years of age.
5C’s Development Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). For further information regarding these laws (Title VI and IX) contact Name of Person, equity/special needs coordinator, 5C’s Development Program, P.O. BOX 74611, North Chesterfield, VA 23236, 804.277.4409, Email: email@example.com.
The Office of Admissions
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Friday 9AM – 12NOON EST
Phone: 804.277.4409 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus of United Nations Church International
1731 Walls Street
Richmond, VA 23224
5C's Development Program
P.O. Box 74611
North Chesterfield, VA 23236
Meet Our Team
The Foundation of 5C'S
5C’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
John H. Brown, III, President
Melanie Crocker, Secretary
Clifford D. Brown, Treasurer
Vice President in Banking Industry
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
William Johnson III
City of Emporia, Virginia Local Government
Lawanda Woods- Howard
Brightpoint Community College Employee
Thomas Midgette Ed.
Director of Industry Partnership & Workforce Initiatives, FAME Director, Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education at Richard Bland College of William and Mary
MBL Metropolitan Business League, President
Evette L. Wilson
Southside/ EduServ Uniserv
Director of Virginia Education Association
Darlene E. Hart
State Workforce Development Director
Associated Builders and Contractors Virginia
Director of Baul Academy of Unique Learning
Dr. Kim Allen
Andrea Green Kinard
Director of Technology
Community Relations and Fundraising Director