Online courses provide the perfect opportunity for you to learn new skills when and where you want. None of our online courses require you to be online at a specific time, so you can work around your busy schedule while learning something that will enrich your life.
Our courses start monthly and range in length from 8 hours to 6 months. It is recommended that 2-4 hours per week be allocated to each course. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion once entire course is complete with a passing grade. Please note that our courses are non-credit and earn Continuing Education Units (CEU's).
We partner with nationally known organizations to offer hundreds of online courses designed to provide you with necessary professional level skills, enhance your professional development or just teach you a new hobby.
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Instructor-Led and Career Training Programs
Our Instructor-Led courses are designed for students who are searching for a greater insight in a particular field of interest. These courses are offered online only and typically run six weeks containing 24 hours of instruction. Instructors lead each course.
Benefits of Instructor-Led Courses:
- Two lessons are released each week, so you never feel overwhelmed with your workload
- Access an expert instructor to reinforce your learning and get feedback
- Learn from your peers and engage in weekly discussion forums
- Award of completion with passing score
Our online Career Training Programs are specifically designed to prepare students for entry level employment, offer many more hours of instruction, and may also prepare students for a national certification. Materials may also be included in the cost of these programs. There is an instructor available for assistance. We recommend these courses to students who are sure about their career path, and are looking for immediate employment in that field after completing the course.
Please view course requirements before registering for your course. Course requirements can be found by clicking the "Requirements" tab.