• Programs in Workforce, Career and Skilled Trades

    These programs have all been designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills for working in your field. In addition, many of the courses at CCAC will transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The College's accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools facilitates this transfer.

    After graduating, many CCAC students who find work later decide that further education would help advance their career. Many of these former students return to CCAC to update their skills and gain further knowledge. This educational need may also be satisfied by pursuing a Bachelor's Degree at a local college or university.

    Many of the Community College's career programs are guided by advisory committees. Practitioners in your field meet with faculty to determine the best instruction to serve your needs. These advisory committees and the ongoing evaluation of the college's programs ensure that the program you have chosen is relevant to the workplace.

    Also see our Center for Professional Development Mechatronics Training

  • Trades

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    These programs have all been designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills for working in your field. In addition, many of the courses at CCAC will transfer to four-year colleges and universities.

  • Apprenticeship Programs at CCAC

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    CCAC is pleased to offer seven apprenticeship programs through the Local Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JATC). Available apprenticeship programs include carpentry, electrical construction, heavy equipment operating, ironworking, plumbing, sheet metal working and stationary operating engineering. Learn more about CCAC Apprenticeship Programs.
  • New Opportunities and Careers in Welding

    The team at CCAC’s West Hills Center details the benefits of their welding program, which is meeting the high industry demand for a qualified workforce. Learn how CCAC students prepare for high-earning welding careers through CCAC fast track training—earn while you learn and graduate with little or no educational debt.