Workforce Development and Continuing Education
Important COVID-19 Update
BCC is offering a limited number of Continuing Education and Workforce Development programs during the current Coronavirus crisis. In accordance with CUNY policy, all programs must be online. Our instructors have converted their classes to online instruction using different platforms and technologies. Some online classes are currently running. New classes begin in April and May. Take a look at the programs we have to offer and sign up now!
Bronx Community College provides high-quality vocational training programs that help our students start new careers, land new jobs or get promotions. In addition, we provide customized contract training in many disciplines to meet the needs of employers and unions.
New BCC Business Resource Center
Specialized Training for Union Jobs in Film and Television Production
Learn the skills required for entry level work in film and television at Bronx Community College’s Continuing Education (non-credit) Film Production Training Program. Prepare for exciting opportunities in multiple film production crafts.
Check out our New Film and Television Production Program
To learn more about the program, please contact Michael Brown at (718) 933-1836.
Child Development Association (CDA)
The Child Development Associates program is designed for individuals who are eager to work with young children in early childhood settings. The Career Path Teaching Assistant Program in partnership with the Office of Workforce Development and Continuing Education offers the Child Development Associates Credential (CDA). The CDA credential is the most widely recognized credential in early childhood education which sets forth a core of competency standards which guides early professionals as they work toward becoming qualified teachers of young children. Participants are required to create a portfolio highlighting their 120 hours of coursework.
To learn more about the program, please contact Madelaine Centeno at (718) 933-3730.
Community Health Worker (CHW) & Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA)
BCC now offers a new program to prepare students to become Community Health Workers (CHW) and Certified Recovery Peer Advocates (CRPA). CRPAs, also referred to as Peer Advocates, are individuals who have been certified to provide coaching, support, information, guidance and motivation to those seeing or sustaining recovery from substance use disorders.
To learn more about the program, please contact Barbara Hart at (718) 220-6202.
BCC offers low-cost training for jobs in Building Trades, Computer Technology, Healthcare, Early Childhood Education, Food Safety, EMT and more.
Start Your Journey Toward Success!
BCC’s Workforce Development & Continuing Education programs have helped thousands of students to improve their lives through lifelong learning, starting and/or advancing their careers, and growing and energizing their businesses.