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Occupational and Trades

Visit Career/Continuing Education for latest catalog of On Campus Classes.

To register, please call 908-689-7613.

On Campus Classes

Continuing Education offers occupational and trade training programs, many lead to certifications or prepare students for certification exams.  Please see the Continuing Education Catalog for additional information and requirement details.

Fiber Optics Technician Training (FOT600 & FOT601)

We offer Fiber Optics Association (FOA) sanctioned Basic Certified Fiber Optics Technician (CFOT), Certified Fiber Optics Specialist in Testing and Maintenance (CFOS/T) and Certified Fiber Optic Specialist Outside Plant (CFOS/O) certification courses. For current courses see the Continuing Education Catalog.

NJ Uniform Construction Code (UCC) (CTC610 & CTC607)

We offer the mandatory educational programs, as specified by the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code, required of candidates for licensure as Construction Code Enforcement Inspectors and Officials.

Real Estate Sales Pre-Licensing Course (RET600)

We offer a 75-hour Real Estate Sales Pre-Licensing Course, preparing students to sit for the NJ Real Estate Salesperson’s Exam.

ServSafe® Manager Certification (FNM615)

This course satisfies the NJ Chapter 24 Food Code Requirements. Recertifying and/or 1 year food service industry recommended. Certification test given the last day of class.

Online Classes

 ANIMAL CARE

On Campus Classes

Veterinary Assistant

We offer a 150-hour course covering the “essential skills” of NAVTA Certification for Veterinary Assistant.

Grooming Assistant 

This 60-hour course prepares a student to enter the growing industry of pet grooming services.

Pet Sitting 

This 24-hour class will provide the necessary information for a student to enter the “pet sitting industry”. This class providing knowledge for basic care of “man’s best friend”.

Online Classes

Horse Care Management

The Horse Care Management course provides a broad overview of horse care topics such as selection guidelines, stable management practices, hoof and foot care, principles of exercise and conditioning, equine nutrition and herd health management, and horse breeding.

Online courses can be found at www.warren.edu/online/.

 

Warren County Community College
475 Route 57 West
Washington NJ 07882
(908) 835-WCCC (9222)