CCBC’s School of Continuing Education provides:
- Career training to assist individuals in building skills for a new career and enhancing career opportunities.
- Customized workforce training for businesses and organizations.
- Continuing Education classes for all age groups from youth to seniors at locations throughout the community.
- Life Enrichment classes to enhance your life.
- Online courses that are affordable, fun, fast, and convenient.
- Academic classes to earn a high school diploma.
- English classes for speakers of other languages.
- Job training for special populations.
In a flexible and supportive learning environment, students can attain a continuing education certificate leading to a new career, develop career and academic skills, earn high school diplomas, or take personal enrichment courses. Continuing Education offers the opportunity for adult learners to earn licensures or continuing education certificates in more than 120 subject areas.
Continuing Education classes are held on all CCBC campuses and extension centers, at numerous community locations and online. They can also be delivered directly to the workplace, making learning available to the community any time and any place.
Continuing Education develops relationships in the community with private, government and business organizations and promotes programs, courses and services that support economic and community development.
Code of Conduct and Financial Obligations
CCBC Continuing Education students must follow the CCBC Student Code of Conduct, and by registering also agree to the stipulations of the CCBC Statement of Financial Responsibility. These require the student to act in a manner that promotes civility, growth and development; and to pay all assessed tuition and fees resulting from all registration activity. Students are not able to register until all prior financial obligations are satisfied. These policies can be found on the CCBC website.
Students Under the Age of 16
Unless an age is specifically identified, CCBC Continuing Education courses are available to students 16 and older. Special permission is required for students under the age of 16 to take an adult course. Call 443-840-4700 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Students of all ages must follow the CCBC Student Code of Conduct.
CCBC’s School of Continuing Education (CE) provides many ways to make the registration process easy and convenient for students. Organizations and businesses can arrange for a consultation on a customized contract course through the same contacts. Registration options are as follows:
800 South Rolling Road
Baltimore, MD 21228-5317
at the following CCBC campuses:
Catonsville, Dundalk, Essex, Owings Mills, Hunt Valley, and Randallstown.
(Credit card payment, letter of intent, or voucher)
(Credit card payment only)
|Download the CE registration form.