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Continuing Education Division
Laura Perez, Dean of Adult, Non-Credit, Continuing, & Community Education
Student Services Education Center, Room 116A
323-241-5281
lascnaces@lasc.edu

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Continuing Education Division

Continuing Education Students

Enrich Your Life and Expand Your Opportunities

LASC offers a wide variety of noncredit, short-term educational experiences to gain new technology and language skills and expand your knowledge in a variety of topics. With our flexible schedules and diversity of subjects, it’s never too late to learn something new! 

Building and Construction Trades Certificate

The Introduction to Building and Construction Trades Certificate of Completion will prepare you to meet the application requirements for entry into construction-related apprenticeship programs and entry-level construction positions in the public and private sectors.

Careers for a Cause

Careers for a Cause offers critical pre-employment training to those who qualify who want to receive critical pre-employment training to prepare for an entry-level position in the homeless services social services sector. Find out more about this amazing program!

Custodial Technician Preparation Certificate

The Custodial Technician Preparation Certificate of Completion will prepare you to meet the application requirements and job seeking and retention skills necessary for entry-level custodial positions in the public and private sector. 

Foster and Kinship Education

The Foster and Kinship Education (FKCE) Program provide quality education and support opportunities for caregivers of children and youth in out-of-home care so that these providers may meet the educational, emotional, behavioral and developmental needs of children and youth.

In-Home Supportive Services Certificate

The coursework and hands-on training provided in the In-Home Supportive Services Certificate of Completion curriculum is designed for those wishing to become an in-home supportive services provider, home health aide or personal care aide. This is a great way to get into the field of healthcare.

Noncredit Adult & Continuing Education Services Center (NACES)

Reach your personal, academic, career, and citizenship goals with our FREE noncredit classes.  We offer various courses where you can prepare for college-level courses in English and math, build your computer skills, learn building construction, study towards becoming a United States citizen, and feel more confident speaking English, just to name a few. Find out all we have to offer you.

Phlebotomy Technician Certificate

The academic coursework and clinical training provided in the Phlebotomy Technician I Certificate of Completion curriculum is designed for those planning to become a California Certified Phlebotomist Technician I. After completion of the program and passing the approved certifying exam, you will be eligible to apply for certification by the Laboratory Field Services, California Department of Public Health.

 

Division Chair

Dean Laura Perez 
Student Services Education Center (SSEC)
Room 110A
323-241-5552