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Students can sign up now for Continuing Education classes this fall.

Fall Continuing Education classes open for enrollment

Continuing Education has online and in-person classes to help you get that certification you need to move ahead, learn new hobbies, or to help you start a career in healthcare!

New this fall, we have many online small business seminars to help you adapt to this new business environment and many personal enrichment classes held through Zoom.

This is all in addition to our popular High School Equivalency (GED) classes, English Language Acquisition, Nurse Aide I, Lawnmower & Small Engine Repair, Advanced Manufacturing Institute, Registered Medical Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, EMT, CDL Truck Driving, Career Readiness Certification, Apprenticeship opportunities, Small Business Center seminars, and much more!

We are actively accepting and processing fall course registrations. We will offer in-person, hybrid, & online classes this fall. Most BCCC classrooms cannot accommodate more than 10-12 students at a time given the constraints of social distancing, so class sizes will be limited. All employees & students will be required to wear masks at all times inside BCCC buildings. Our custodial staff will implement additional cleaning and sanitation protocols throughout classrooms & instructional spaces to protect everyone.

Courses start in August so please register quickly before they fill up!