The Division of Continuing Education and External Partnerships is committed to creating pathways to higher education, job training and professional development programs as well as personal enrichment opportunities for our community. By serving a diverse population of learners, we help meet the economic and workforce development needs of the evolving New York City workplace as we promote and encourage lifelong learning.
The Division of Continuing Education and External Partnerships provides pathways to higher education and is committed to providing personal enrichment, job training and career enhancement programs for all New Yorkers. We offer comprehensive learning opportunities, community service and customized training to meet the needs of diverse learners and business and industry partners.
Division of Continuing Education
300 Jay Street, Pearl Building
4th Floor Room 409
Continuing Studies Center programs provide career-enhancing skills for adults in a competitive job market. Reasonably priced courses range from Pharmacy Technician, Web Development, and Solar PV, to certificate programs in A+ certification preparation, Refrigeration Mechanics and Construction Safety. CSC works collaboratively with the College's academic departments to bring professional, hands-on training to a diverse audience and is approved by municipal and state licensing authorities to offer qualifying courses in fields including driving instructor education, fire safety, and real estate. The Center also offers personal enrichment courses to enhance quality of life.
We look forward to having you join our community.
STARTING SOON: UPCOMING COURSES
Through hands-on exercises, explore advanced 3D
building information modeling concepts and learn essential commands for
improving workflow and productivity.
The ability to read blueprints is an important
skill for designers, contractors, real estate brokers, and building
owners. Learn the essential in this hands-on class.
This course is designed to train those with no
previous knowledge in the industry for entry-level employment in the
field of security system installation.
Learn from seasoned EMS professionals such as
Firefighters, EMT's, and Paramedics who have spent years working on the
streets of New York City.
This FLSD Graduation Diploma is the first step to
achieving an FLS Director Certificate of Fitness, T89, or F89. The
diploma is valid for 9 months.
The course is designed for building maintenance and
security personnel, handymen, and hardware specialists, and those
aspiring to become locksmiths.
Over a billion prescriptions are filled in the U.S.
each year. Our instruction-led online PTCB exam prep class prepares
students for employment in a variety of settings.
This lecture/lab course follows the NABCEP PVA
Associate Job Task Analysis and provides hands-on training at our
in-house lab and Brooklyn Navy Yard training sites.
Don't hold the ladder - Climb it! Level 1 Building
Supers skills provides hands on training in basic repairs and
maintenance for multi-family buildings.
The Teaching Assistant Program is an integrated
course for adults in transition to new careers working for adults in
transition to new careers working with children. Students are prepared
for employment in both day care centers and school settings.
The city is a little safer with the establishment of our Academy for Occupational Health and Construction Safety facility at City Tech. Since 2006, we have enabled construction workers and other professionals to obtain hands-on safety training with proper equipment and full-sized scaffolding.
Academy courses are offered in a state-of-the-art lecture-lab that raises the bar on workforce training. Safety-compliance training is mandated by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the New York City Department of Buildings or various other authorities before working with certain equipment and/or moving into such job titles as construction super or site safety manager.
We can also send our expertise to off-site facilities and can interpret private lessons into: Spanish, Polish, Russian, and additional languages upon request.
For further information, email AOHCS@citytech.cuny.edu or call 718-552-1116.