The Center for Workforce Development houses the college's Adult Education program, and has a variety of programs available to help students improve their basic skills and transition to college or a career. Programs offered include High School Equivalency (GED) preparation, Community ESL, and bridge programs into healthcare and IT certificate programs.
The Center is located at the CCA Lowry campus in the North Quad Building, Room 200, at 9202 E. Severn Place in Denver, CO 80230.
For general information regarding the Center for Workforce Development, contact:
The Community College of Aurora (CCA) and The Learning Source (TLS) are partnering to offer Adult Basic Education (ABE) and High School Equivalency (GED) preparation classes at the Center for Workforce Development on the Lowry Campus. The GED® test evaluates skills and knowledge in four different subjects: Language Arts (Reading and Writing), Science, Social Studies and Math.
High School Equivalency (GED) classes are held Monday through Thursday. Daytime classes are offered from 9:00 AM to noon. Evening classes are from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Your choice – choose either mornings or evenings.
The cost of this class is $60 per session. For more information, please see the schedule of 2016 class offerings and enrollment dates.
The Center for Workforce Development is located on the Lowry campus of CCA – near 6th Avenue and Dayton. The address is: 9202 East Severn Place, Building 901, North Quad, Denver, CO 80230, Room 200. The building is at the corner of Alton Way and Severn Place.
For additional information about the ABE/HSE program, call the Information Line: 303-340-7797, or call The Learning Source at 303-922-4683. You may also call:
Please visit the Adult Education Healthcare Bridge Program page for more information.
Located on the first floor of the North Quad building, the Community English as a Second Language (CESL) program offers English language classes to speakers of other languages.
CESL students come from all over the world: In the past year, the program’s students have come from 95 different countries, such as Brazil, Ethiopia, Iraq, Mali, Mexico, Moldova, Myanmar, Sudan, and Vietnam. Some of the 73 different first languages our students speak include Afaan, Amharic, Arabic, Bangla, Burmese, Dari, French, Korean, and Spanish.
The program also offers citizenship-preparation classes, where more than 200 students a year study for their citizenship tests and practice citizenship interviews so they will be well-prepared for their appointments at USCIS. The CESL program has helped many of its students successfully earn their U.S. citizenship, including 11 students who have naturalized since the beginning of 2016.