2013 SUMMER PREVIEW
Summer Registration Opens May 6th!
- Our schedule changes constantly so please check back often!
- No class dates: 7/3, 7/4
New Online Classes
We have recently partnered with Ed2Go, an online learning solutions provider offering courses in a wide variety of topics. Browse the personal enrichment courses if you're looking for short term, instructor led courses. Browse the career training programs if you are looking for longer, more intensive certificate trainings.
- Online personal enrichment courses
- Online career training programs *Note: There are NO REFUNDS FOR ANY REASON for online career training programs.
- Financial assistance is available for online career training programs! Click Here for more information.
The Environmental Training Center (ETC) offers the following classes:
- OSHA 40-Hour Hazwoper
- OSHA 8-Hour Refresher Federal & Cal/OSHA Standards
- OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Safety Training
- Department of Transportation/HAZMAT Regulations
Click on the class titles to learn more about each specific class. In WebAdvisor you can search for these classes by TOPIC CODE!
Why Get Certified?
CALCTP will dramatically increase the demand for lighting controls in commercial buildings. For a building to be eligible for incentives, CALCTP partner utilities, which encompass over 90% of the California market, will require CALCTP-certified contractors and general electricians on each project. If you want to be part of this growing work opportunity, you must be certified. Space is limited and classes are starting soon! Please see the flyer for more information and to contact the Program Manager.
Welcome to Continuing Education
Continuing Education's courses afford
students an opportunity to increase their personal and/or professional
skills and knowledge in several areas. All of our classes
carry no units of credit and the progress of students is not graded.
Classes are held on college campuses and at various locations throughout East County.
The Mission of California Community Colleges, first articulated in the Master Plan for Higher Education in 1960 and since reaffirmed in AB 1725 (1988), is to provide California with quality programs in transfer and career education and in the mastery of basic skills and English as a Second Language.
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”