Welcome to Community Education
Noncredit classes at AHC Community Education help you build important job skills, improve your basic computer skills, learn English as a second language, and more! Our students learn skills that prepare them for promotions or for new careers, and often transition into for-credit college courses.
Spring 2023 registration starts on November 5, 2022 (online). In-person registration assistance starts on Monday, Nov. 7, 2022.
To look for classes, or register for noncredit courses, use the buttons below:
Step One: Find a Noncredit Class Step Two: Submit an Online ApplicationStep Three: Register for ClassesPlease note: Completing the noncredit online application will prevent you from registering for credit courses.
Community Education (Building S) will be closed as follows:
- Wednesday, Nov. 23 - Closing at 4:30 pm
- Thursday, Dec. 22 - Closing at 4:00 pm
- Friday, Dec. 23, 2022 through Jan. 2, 2023 - Closed
- Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023 - Back to regular hours
To view courses offered for Spring 23 in PDF form, use the following links.
Click on a program link below for more information on classes, including CRN# for registration, date, time, location, and instructor.
View complete listing of all Community Education Spring 2023 classes here. Listings by program are also available below.
AHC Community Education is open for in-person services as follows:
- Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
- Fridays, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Cashiering services end 30 minutes before building closure.
AHC Community Education offers free noncredit programming in:
- Basic Skills (College Readiness and GED/HiSET Preparation)
- Citizenship Preparation
- Commercial Truck Driving
- English as a Second Language (noncredit)
- Early Childhood Studies (noncredit)
- Home Economics
- Health and Safety
- Health Sciences (noncredit)
- Parent Education
- Personal Development (noncredit)
- Courses for Older Adults
- Courses for Adults with Disabilities
- Short-Term Vocational Education
- Workforce Preparation
The noncredit program provides adults the opportunity to learn English, earn a vocational certificate, prepare for the High School Diploma equivalency (i.e. GED or HiSET) or U.S. citizenship tests, upgrade job skills, strengthen basic skills, and/or transfer to credit programs.
AHC Community Education also offers low cost fee-based programming: College for Kids, Career Training, Personal Development, Fitness, and Music. AHC Community Education has also partnered with Ed2Go to provide career-related fully online courses. Click on "Courses Offered" below to see all Ed2Go class offerings through AHC. You can visit our AHC Ed2Go page to see our Ed2Go start dates, class syllabus, and to register online.
Receive support in adult basic education, noncredit English as a Second Language,
citizenship, and short-term vocational skills classes.
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Community Education offers noncredit certificates to prepare students for employment or to be successful in college-level credit courses.
Community Education also offers low cost fee-based programming: College for Kids, Career Training, Personal Development, Fitness, and Music. Community Education has also partnered with Ed2Go to provide career-related fully online courses. Click on "Courses Offered" below to see all Ed2Go class offerings through AHC. You can visit our AHC Ed2Go page to see our Ed2Go start dates, class syllabus, and to register online.
Do you have questions for the noncredit counselors? You can:
- Visit the Noncredit Counseling webpage
- Call 805-995-4189, ext. 3740
- Email email@example.com
AHC Community Education Staff:
AHC Community Education staff are available to answer all your questions.
- Call 805-347-7553
- Text 805-214-4655
- Email CommunityEducation@hancockcollege.edu
For more information on noncredit courses or programs call 805-347-7553 or email CommunityEducation@hancockcollege.edu