SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education is committed to providing a comprehensive variety of high quality programs that reflect the learning interests of our local population. We offer non-credit courses, workshops, teleconferences, seminars and webinars intended to provide opportunities for skills enhancement and professional development to the public and private sectors and the community.
- Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor Credential (CASAS-T),
- Health Information Technology
- Medical Auditing and Charting for CPC or CPC-A
- Medical Coding
- Pharmacy Technician-Online Hybrid Program
We provide webinars to area schools for students K-12 who have an interest in science, After School Enrichment at Queensbury WHBIS, a week long Winter Enrichment 2014 Program and every summer a 3 week Summer Enrichment 2013 Program Our emphasis is conveying science and math are fun and engaging!
A Lecture Series-Fall and Spring Semester are some of the most popular in the area and sell out fast!
Finally, we offer : Yoga,Cardio Fitness, Memoir Writing, Motorcycle Riding, Culinary, and much more...
Continuing Education professionals meet on a regular basis with various community groups including the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce (ARCC), Adirondack Business Development Partnership,Washington and Warren County Local Development Corporations, Workforce Investment Board, One-Stop Centers of Warren, Washington, and Saratoga counties, BOCES, and the Interagency Council.
SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education is divided into two program areas :
- Community Outreach/Personal Enrichment
- Workforce and Professional Development
In an effort to accommodate individuals who are unable to attend non-credit courses on campus, Continuing Education also offers online programs and a site in Wilton, NY. We will also accommodate groups in other settings.
DEVELOPMENT OF NEW COURSES
Short duration, non-credit programs are cooperative efforts between SUNY Adirondack Continuing Education, business and industry, community agencies, area professionals, and the community at large. Continuing Education is always looking for new course ideas and proposals to teach. Individuals interested in teaching Community Outreach/Personal Enrichment, Summer Enrichment, or Workforce/Professional Development non-credit courses should submit a Personal Enrichment Course Proposal Form, Summer Enrichment Course Proposal Form or Business and Career Course Proposal Form. For more information, call Continuing Education at 518/743-2238.