Ongoing changes in technology, and career and job requirements, create the need for life-long learning for individuals in both occupational and vocational areas. The Continuing Education Division is responsible for responding to these needs by providing services to individuals, organizations, businesses, and industries within Alleghany, Ashe and Wilkes counties. Tailored to the needs of our service area, continuing education programs range from courses in basic skills to advanced courses in various technical fields. In addition, a range of vocational programs are offered that meet the needs and interests of the citizens of the region.
These are non-curriculum classes that provide continuing education units and are made available whenever there are a sufficient number of students interested in a specific subject area.
Adults may also attend continuing education courses to improve vocational and practical skills. These programs are available to adults 18 years or older.
ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS: The NC General Assembly has issued a
statement to all Community Colleges as of August 15, 2013: THERE WILL BE
NO SENIOR CITIZEN FEE WAIVERS. Seniors will be required to pay the
current tuition for each class.
Continuing Education Classes - Fall 2013
Continuing Education Policies
**ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FOR MANY CLASSES**
Instant Enrollment (Link and Directions)
Web Advisor Instructions
Vehicle Inspection and OBD Initial/Recertification courses now require all students to bring
the NCDMV LT-310 Form signed by their shop owner/manager with them to class. Not having
this form will delay DMV in the processing of paperwork.