Welcome to our Online Instruction Center.
We offer a wide range of highly interactive noncredit courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.
Our noncredit courses can help you get skills for a new job, provide you with training to pass industry certification exams, or improve your abilities in personal interest areas.
Online registration is the process of signing up for classes. Find out what classes are available for sign-up. Our courses can help you get skills for a new job, provide you with training to pass industry certification exams, or improve your abilities in personal interest areas. Register now to reserve your spot!
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- Tap into the MANY resources we have available to adult learners and career-seekers!
The North Santa Barbara County Adult Education Block Grant Consortium, aka California Adult Education Programs (CAEP), holds public meetings alternating locations between Allan Hancock College, Lompoc Lompoc Unified School District and Lompoc Adult School and Career Center. This is planning the future of Lompoc Adult School and Career Center with use of the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG).
Chapter 13 of 2015 (AB 104, Committee on Budget), created The 2015-16 Budget Act provided $500 million in ongoing Proposition 98 funding for the block grant. The state provided this funding to further a restructuring of adult education services begun in 2013. Under the restructuring, adult education providers formed regional consortia to improve coordination and better serve the needs of adult learners within each region.
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