School of Continuing Education

The School of Continuing Education Transition program is designed for students with developmental or learning disabilities and results in a certificate in either independent living or pre-vocational training. The program provides instruction in job skills training, decision making and independent living to prepare students to live and work in their community.

Housing: No housing is offered through this program.

Duration: The certificate program is a two year course of study.

Admission

Application:

Students meet with a disability specialist prior to enrolling in classes. They determine goals, select classes to meet their needs and verify disability.

Program Content

Credit, Degree or Award: Certificate, Non-credit courses

Course Types: Independent living skills

Volunteer opportunities, Internships & Employment: Off Campus employment, Volunteer opportunities

Costs

Please inquire with program staff for detailed information regarding associated costs and fees (i.e. Tuition, Application, Books, and Miscellaneous).

Funding:

Most classes are free; 2 classes receive funding through Regional Center

Program Transition

Transition services for Students exiting the program:

Students graduating from the Transition program will connect with a Transition Specialist to determine appropriate support agencies to help student meet their vocational and living goals.

Course Type
Independent living skills
Credit, Degree or Award
Certificate Non-credit courses

Contact person: 
April Guajardo

Contact email: 

Phone: 
(714) 484-7065

North Orange County Community College District
9200 Valley View
Cypress , CA 90630
US