Adult Education Program. The Department's program includes a variety of courses for adult learners, with integrated programs and services in the areas of basic education, Hawaii adult community school diploma, family literacy, citizenship, workforce education and life enhancement. Continuing Education. Choose a school below to find out more about the continuing education classes offered: University of Hawaiʻi; Hawaiʻi Community College, Hilo; Honolulu Community College, Honolulu; Kapiʻolani Community College, Honolulu; Kauaʻi Community College, Līhuʻe; Leeward Community College, Pearl City; Maui Community College.
Continuing Education opportunities are available in a wide range of programs, courses, and services to meet the needs of business and industry as well as the community and special groups. Honolulu Community College has expertise in more than 25 specialty areas offered at the college. The Kapi‘olani Community College Office of Continuing Education and Training information can be found on our site (https://continuinged.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/).Visit the new site to register and for more information on programs, courses, and certification.
The mission of the Kupuna Education Center is to develop and provide training and education for the older adult community population in active aging, provide family caregiver training, and coordinate this information with all of the University of Hawaii Community Colleges. Office of Continuing Education and Training Community Survey We are looking for your input on what the Office of Continuing Education and Training should offer to the public. Weʻve started with our new Do-it-yourself series and cooking camps but we are.
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