Serving the community by offering a wide range of courses at reasonable cost, Continuing Education classes
are primarily non-credit and non-graded. Most of the classes are taught by community members who are experts in their fields.
Classes may range from one evening to a full quarter in length. Costs vary by class.
Classes include personal enrichment or professional development in areas as diverse as arts and crafts, dance and exercise,
food and wine, foreign languages, computer applications, web design, programming, gardening, job hunting, financial planning
and many more. Many Continuing Education classes are available online as well.
For further information or a schedule of classes, please visit the individual college websites:
Seattle Central offers a non-credit Teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certificate and 26
courses for certified K-12 teachers to earn clock hours.
North offers teacher clock hours for most courses,
including Continuing Ed courses.
South offers Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Certification for business and industry professionals
to become secondary school teachers.
Business and industry clients can select from a full range of management and employee training
and development services through customized or contract training offered by Continuing Education. These courses may be held at
the employer’s site or at any of our three colleges. Continuing Education units may apply to professional development requirements.
Central: (206) 934-5448
North: (206) 934-3706
South: (206) 934-5857 or (206) 934-6853
Program & Study Options
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