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Washington County Center

ThWashington County Entrancee CCAC Washington County Center offers local residents affordable and accessible higher educational opportunities. We are committed to offering a wide variety of classes and programs throughout Washington County. In addition, we offer evening classes in the fall and spring at various high school locations across the county.

Washington County residents can take CCAC Credit courses at affordable tuition plus applicable fees. In addition, residents can benefit from reduced-cost Personal and Professional Development courses and tuition-based Workforce Training courses.

  • Credit
  • Non-credit
  • Personal and Professional Development
  • Workforce Training
  • Dual Enrollment (for high school juniors and seniors)
  • Act 48 Training classes will be offered throughout Washington County for your convenience.
  • for the placement test, make an appointment with an Advisor, and complete the FAFSA application (financial aid).
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Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

CCAC's curriculum will prepare students for taking the CDL Class A knowledge, skills and road tests. 

Nurse Aid Training at the Washington County Center

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The Nurse Aid Training Program consists of 24 days (168 hours) of instruction, and is approved by the PA Department of Education. Once Successfully completed, students would be eligible to sit for the state competency exam to be placed on the PA Registry.

The majority of CNAs work in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Primary duties consist of cleaning, bathing and helping patients with toilet duties. A student will be qualified to feed patients and help them transfer in addition to taking vitals. As a registered nurse, you have the widest array of responsibilities that can include providing doctor-ordered treatments, operating and monitoring medical equipment, observe and record patient symptoms and oversee a staff of licensed practical nurses and CNAs.

Program will begin February 14, 2022, and conclude on March 17, 2022.

Monday – Friday 8:30AM to 4:00PM
Call 412.237.4470 for more information!

CCAC Now Offers A+ Certification Program

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The 14-week A+ Certification Program is considered the industry standard for launching an IT career. It builds skills in computer hardware and operating systems, including installation and support, troubleshooting, security, networking, mobile devices, operational procedures and more.

Click here to learn more!

Register for COMP TIA A+ (Part 1)
Register for COMP TIA A+ (Part 2)

Why do students choose Washington Center?

  • “I love coming to CCAC because I am getting the same education as any other student going to a university. The staff is great, and the expense is reasonable.”– Bethany S.
  • “CCAC has been a great experience for me. The instructors and staff have helped me gain the confidence that I needed to realize that I can accomplish my goals when I put my mind to it.” – Kadie P.
  • “My opportunity for a college education right here at home at a cost I can afford.” – Calvin C.
  • “CCAC has given me a fun college experience with low tuition.” – Kyle L.
  • “The reason why I came to CCAC is to save money. I love the Washington Center because the staff is wonderful!.” – Adam B.

Campus Specific Programs - Washington County Center

The following academic programs are offered at Washington County Center:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Business Management
  • Liberal Arts and Pre-nursing

To sign up for courses a new CCAC student must schedule for the placement test, make an appointment with an advisor and complete the FAFSA application (financial aid).


Go to Appointment Central to sign up for placement testing or make an appointment with an advisor.