2018-2019 Catalog


Continuing Education

The College of Central Florida is committed to meeting community learning needs through continuing career education and adult personal development course offerings.

The college provides noncredit courses leading toward short-term career development, as well as programs that provide ongoing continuing education requirements for many professions. Short-term career training includes a wide variety of areas such as security officer training and manufacturing-related careers. Customized corporate training is available to meet the needs of local businesses and their employees. Additional classes are offered for everything from computer classes to an extensive list of online offerings for students who prefer to learn at their own pace.

Continuing education courses are offered through these CF departments:

  • Early Childhood classes – Teacher Education, 352-854-2322, ext. 1405
  • Business, Computers and online classes – Business, Technology and Workforce, 352-854-2322, ext. 1855
  • Health classes – Health Sciences, 352-854-2322, ext. 1401
  • Academic Integrity classes – Humanities and Social Sciences, 352-854-2322, ext. 1502
  • CPR and EMT refresher classes – Emergency Medical Services, 352-291-4411
  • Art classes – Appleton Museum of Art, 352-291-4455

Career and Technical Certificate Programs

Area vocational education school programs are open to high school completers, persons who have left high school prior to graduation and dual enrollment students. All students enrolled in an occupational program of more than 450 clock hours must be tested. CF uses the Test of Adult Basic Education or the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test.

Career Pathways

Career Pathways is a collaborative educational program with Citrus, Levy and Marion county schools in which students begin their technical or applied science courses in high school and advance to higher level courses at CF. Current programs of study include Accounting, Agribusiness Management, Business Administration, Computer Information Technology, Criminal Justice, Dental Assisting, Digital Media Technology, Early Childhood Education, Engineering Technology, Equine Studies, Health Information Technology, Logistics, Nursing, Office Administration, Physical Therapist Assistant and Welding Technology. Students who have graduated from an approved and articulated Career Pathway course of study may be eligible to receive college credits and/or advanced standing in specific programs of study toward an Associate in Science degree or Career and Technical certificate.