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The Career Technical Education Program, former Vocational & Business Skills, prepares students for work. Students learn the computer skills and personal skills that are much needed at work. Students learn how to prepare themselves when looking for a job and to get the skills to keep their jobs.
Students can take classes in a classroom with a teacher or independently in a lab.
The lab classes are perfect for the busy worker who wants to update his or her computer skills. Students can take a computer class or complete a series of classes to obtain one or more State Approved Certificates.
We have classes at Centennial Education Center and other community sites in the city of Santa Ana.
If you have any questions about the classes and certificates go to our blog at ceclab.wordpress.com
or come in person or call us at:
Centennial Education Center
2900 West Edinger Avenue
Room E108 (714) 241-5736
Depending on your learning style and schedule you can choose from:
- Independent Study, lab Classes
- Teacher directed
- Full Semester classes
- Classes in English, Spanish or taught by a bilingual teacher
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