Welcome to the Allan Hancock College CAEP
The Allan Hancock College California Adult Education Program Consortium typically meets on the third Thursday of every other month. Meeting agendas, minutes and board meeting reports are provided below.
Allan Hancock College is part of a regional consortium with Lompoc Adult School and Career Center called the Allan Hancock College Adult Education Consortium Program (AHC-CAEP). AHC-CAEP is tasked by the Chancellor’s Office and the California Department of Education with implementing AB 86 Section 76, Article 3, the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG) renamed to California Adult Education Program. The funding is allocated to the region and is a designated governance body per state legislation AB 86 (2013) and AB104 (2015).
The purpose of the AHC-CAEP is to oversee the development and implementation of the AEBG/CAEP plans within the geographic boundaries of the Northern Santa Barbara County as it addresses adult education needs of the region. The AHC-CAEP is charged with improvement of adult education service integration, improvement in student transitions to post–secondary education and workforce, alignment of adult education services in the region amongst adult education providers and the Workforce Development Board programs, and engagement of providers and stakeholders in the development of adult education plans.
What Are Adult Education Programs?
Life gets busy and sometimes education gets put on hold. Maybe you want to go back to school and get your high school diploma or equivalency? Or do you want new skills to find a better job or career path? Do you need to improve your English? Or go to college? No matter where you are on your educational journey, adult education is there to help you along every step. Start here: Community Education
- Earn a high school diploma
- Earn a high school equivalency certificate
- Learn to speak English
- Learn how to become a U.S. citizen
- Explore careers
- Learn new job skills
- Earn job certificates
The Allan Hancock College Adult Education Consortium is governed by Assembly Bill 104 and the Governance Documents found below.
Assembly Bill 104 (AB104)
Governance Compliance 2015 Approved by the California Community College Chancellor's Office
Planning documents guide the work of the Adult Education Consortium