Welcome to Continuing Education at Atlantic Cape Community College. Our goal is to provide a broad range of workshops, seminars, and career training programs to the residents and businesses of Atlantic and Cape May Counties.
Take 2015 In a New Direction
Spring 2015 Guide Released!
Are you unemployed and seeking a new career or changing careers to technology, health care, physical fitness or the casino industry? Thinking about starting your own business? You may be eligible for up to $4,000 in training funds through the local One-Stop. Email Susan DeCicco or call (609) 343-5655 to find out the steps you need to take today.
Natural Gas Industry is hiring trained professionalsNatural Gas Industry - Utility Locate Technician Training
Qualifies for Funding for Unemployed and Underemployed.
Employers will interview upon completion of program.
A free mandatory information session is being held Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 11 a.m. in Room 276 of the Worthington Atlantic City campus.
Graduates of the second Natural Gas Industry Construction Operations Technician class
Must be 18 years old or older, high school diploma or GED, pass drug and alcohol screening, criminal background check, ability to lift 100 lbs, possess a drivers license.
Want to become a valuable employee and better protect your employer’s business?
There is a growing need for Notaries Public in many fields, including financial, real estate, business and legal professions. Training is May 16, 2015.
We are always creating new programs, and not all programs run every semester. If you do not see a program you are looking for in our course guide or on our website please email Esther Gandica or call (609) 343-5655 with your request.
No Cost Training Programs
Atlantic Cape Community College’s Basic-Skills Workforce Training Program offers free basic skills training to employees of Atlantic and Cape May County businesses.
Periodically Atlantic Cape Community College has funds available through grants, partnerships and collaborations for other training opportunities. Requirements for these funds will vary. Contact us to inquire about available funding. Classes can be offered at your site or one of our three campuses in Atlantic or Cape May counties. Email Esther Gandica or call (609) 343-5655.