English as a Second Language course (ESL) serves adult learners through Transition English/Academic Prep. English reading, writing, speaking and listening skills are incorporated into a curriculum with topics related to American life skills, culture and activities to support learner goals.
This curriculum is designed for a multi-lingual group of English non-speakers who have language proficiency problems. It facilitates in the talking of the language, in its broadest. Their most helpful sense is presented through a series of specific, connective words and concepts that are essential with connective concepts or as the term cognitive awareness expresses, and are most useful in the learning of the English language.
The Health education modules help individuals to increase their jobs opportunities, and able to seek employment in the health care system, as health educators, community health workers, health coaches etc. They can learn new skills, refresh their knowledge, or gain a new experience with these healthcare modules.
Individuals can apply their knowledge in their own work place or able to work in the health care system. For individuals seeking to start a career in healthcare this is a wonderful opportunity. These modules will help to engage individuals in the health field, and to understand basic health topics including cancer education, diabetes prevention, and senior care, among others. Both programs are combined with computer basic literacy classes to help participants to increase their market and the uses of new learning skills and technology.
This program is offered remotely.