Scholarship opportunities are available in a wide variety of allied health, public safety, and workforce training courses.
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Through BCC continuing education programs, adults may continue learning experiences in a wide variety of fields, both occupational and cultural in nature. Continuing education programs are offered according to community interest and need and include such opportunities as High School Equivalency, allied heath, defensive driving, emergency medical services and crafts & hobbies. A course may be organized when interest is expressed by a sufficient number of people in a particular area. Bladen Community College cooperates with community organizations and agencies such as schools, libraries, civic and community clubs, religious groups, law enforcement agencies, fire service groups, emergency medical services, rescue squads, business, and industrial groups to provide needed educational services.
Any person 18 years of age or older and who is not enrolled in the public school system is eligible to enroll. Under certain conditions, however, individuals between the ages of 16 and 18 years may be admitted as persons with special needs or under a dual enrollment arrangement between the college and the Bladen County Public Schools.
Pre-registration/prepayment is required for most continuing education classes. The occupational extension registration fees are based on the total class hours. Purchase of book(s) may be required for some courses.