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Welcome to the TCC Agency for Persons with Disabilities Training site. Below are the steps to completing Agency for Persons with Disability online courses at TCC. Please click on the steps for more information.
  1. Apply to the College​
  2. Register and Pay for Your Course(s)
  3. Access Your Course(s)
  4. Proof of Completion


  • Effective August 19, 2016, TCC is no longer hosting the three (3) APD online courses (Zero Tolerance; Health and Safety; and Developmental Disabilities). The last date to register for the TCC Agency for Persons with Disabilities training was August 19, 2016.  Students who registered before this date, will have 90 days from the date of registration to complete the courses. TCC will continue to offer the HIV and HIM online courses after August 19. Visit the TCC Online Programs site for more information about the HIV or HIM course. 

    If you are having difficulty accessing your courses, have questions about your grades, or for other specific information about your TCC APD account, please contact APD Support by email at or by phone at 850.201.9632 (long distance charges apply).Please note, if you forgot your password or login information, you will need to Call the Help Desk toll free at (866) 605-7274 or (850) 201-8548 (long distance charges apply).  

    As of August 20, 2016 TRAIN Florida is the official Learning Management System for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities. 

    Please contact the TRAIN Florida APD Support Team at for additional information.
  • Please be advised of the following dates for the Summer 2016 semester:
    • Registration closes: August 19, 2016
    • Summer 2016 Access in Canvas ends: November 17, 2016
    • Summer 2016 Instructor Access end/Last Day to grade APD classes: November 24, 2016

  • Tallahassee Community College has partnered with Credential Solutions to provide transcript order processing services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students seeking an official transcript will have the option to request one in a PDF format to be delivered electronically. There is a $2.25 processing fee per transcript. As most individuals who have taken APD classes are only looking for an Unofficial Transcript, we expect the impact to be minimal to APD students. The process for obtaining an unofficial transcript remains unchanged.
  • Tallahassee Community College is proud to offer our new Healthcare Information Management (HIM) course. This course prepares an individual to sit for the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS) exam. Click here for more information.
  • Tallahassee Community College offers an HIV/AIDS and Blood Borne Pathogens course. This course is designed to teach you about a variety of blood borne pathogens, modes of infection, safety procedures to be observed when dealing with possible blood borne pathogens, how to counsel  people infected with blood borne pathogens and more. This self-paced online course is now being offered at $15. This course complies with Chapter 381.0035 Florida Statutes.

 Support Pages


​Please reference the following pages for information about APD training:


 APD Service Provider Announcement


For Employers​

If you are helping your employees sign-up and register for TCC's APD Training courses in order to be in compliance with Federal and state of Florida regulations, please read and comply with the following.

Please note that an individual may receive assistance completing the online TCC application from a third party (e.g., employer, co-worker, family member, friend) but the student must:

  1. Verify all information provided in the application.
  2. Physically click the “Submit” button of their TCC application.
  3. Use their home address (not a second party’s address) in their TCC application.
  4. Provide the “Security Question” and “Answer to the Security Question” if in the future the student needs to reset their Password.
  5. Print out and maintain the E-mail Address used to apply to the college, and the Password created to apply to the college.

Additionally third parties, including service providers, will not be given access to a student’s E-mail Address used to apply to the college, and the Password created to apply to the college, and Transcript (unless a student has completed a transcript request form) by TCC, since the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) restricts access to this information.  

Employers who need verification of the student's grade(s) have two options. The first option is  the quickest and easiest:    

  1. Student requests their transcript online (click on the "Proof of Completion" link above) and follow directions to print out an "unofficial transcript." Student provides a copy to their employer. 
  2. Student completes a request online to have the transcript sent to them through the TranscriptsPlus page by providing their Student ID number, social security number, and/or date of birth. There is a fee for this service.


Contact Information

For more information contact the APD Training office by phone (850) 201-9632, toll free (866) 605-7274 or e-mail

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