HCCC provides residents of Hudson County with personal enrichment and professional development opportunities through Non-Credit programs in collaboration with academic divisions and in partnership with local organizations.
Non-credit offerings may take place during daytime hours, in the evenings or on weekends. Programs run throughout the year. Participants may take advantage of multi-session courses, certificate classes and training programs in person or online.
Non-Credit Course Offerings are listed in the following areas:
Culinary Arts Courses, Creative Arts, Wellness, and Languages.
English as a Second Language
Speak American English and Grammar, Reading and Writing.
Ideal for Seniors, these courses are open to participants of all ages, but are delivered at a leisurely pace, usually during daytime hours.
Designed for those seeking to enhance or update career skills; offerings include courses such as New Pathways for Teaching (an alternate route to teaching certification), Certified Nursing Assistant, Certificates in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Bookkeeping and more.
Business & Entrepreneurship
Office Management, QuickBooks, Social Media Marketing, Job Search and more.
Various software applications including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, as well as, Computers for Beginners.
High School Youth on Campus
Summer programs include career exploration programs like culinary arts, allied health careers, creative arts or computers instruction.
Prepare for TOEFL or the Pre-NLN. Other test prep opportunities are added continuously
Go to this link for more information: http://www.hccc.edu/CommunityEdOnline/. Click either the “Online Development Center” for shorter online offerings or the “Online Career Training Programs” for longer-term certification courses.
For more information or to register for these offerings and more go to our website at http://www.hccc.edu/communityeducation/ or call us at (201) 360-4224/4246.