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Business Education - Continuing Education

Begin a new career path today!

Adult Basic and Secondary Adult Education, Short Term Vocational (formerly known as Office Business Technology), Parent Education, and Life Long Learning will begin registration for fall classes starting Monday July 20th!

Call for assistance with registration!
(818) 240-1000, ext. 5099 or 5678

FALL 2020 Short Term Vocational Noncredit Classes (STV) (pdf)
(Previously OBT, Business and Computer)

If you want to improve your job skills, enhance your chances of getting a new job, or change careers, the Continuing Education Business Program on the Garfield Campus is here to assist.

Tuition-free classes provide instruction in the following business skills:  on-the-job communicationfiling, business writing, math/accountingcustomer service, keyboarding, office equipment, and 21st Century Employment Strategies.

Computer Applications classes include the following: Introduction to Computers, Windows, Internet, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, QuickBooks, Peachtree, and Integrated Technology.

The recommended level of English proficiency for enrollment in Business Skills and Computer classes is ESL-IV.

Classroom instructors award Completion Certificates to students who successfully complete the requirements for individual classes.

Vocational Certificate Programs are offered for Account Clerk, General Office Clerk, Medical Front Office and Dental Front Office. At completion ceremonies, students who successfully complete the series of classes required for a vocational program are awarded a Certificate of Completion approved by the Chancellor’s Office of the State of California.

The Business Education office is located on the top floor of the main building on the Garfield Campus at 1122 East Garfield, Glendale. CA 91205. For further information, please call 818.240.1000, Ext 5690.

Our classes start throughout the semester.

Consult the online schedule for class offerings and registration dates.

You can access printable versions of noncredit class schedules here.