It's never too late to continue your education or learn a new trade/skill
Ready to start a new career or continue your education? Your life can change forever in as little as four months with the help of our following programs. Below is a brief description of our programs. For more in depth information, click on the program title.
Antelope Valley Adult Education offers a diagnostic program that pinpoints your specific learning gaps and provides a targeted, data-driven instructional pathway to help you catch up, keep up, or get ahead in math and English Language Arts. With solutions available for students from 3rd through 11th grade, our program can help you with the targeted instruction to be successful in your chosen path.
Antelope Valley Adult Education offers individuals in our community an opportunity to advance professionally through quality, low-cost career technical education programs in the clerical/secretarial, medical, dental and technology fields.
This program is designed for adults who did not finish high school. The program meets the same graduation requirements found in regular high schools.
A High School Equivalency is an alternative to a high school diploma. It is a certificate earned by a state approved exam, GED or HiSET.
Antelope Valley Adult Education offers classes for adults who grew up speaking a language other than English. We have class for student who have had little exposure to English to those who have a good background in English and just need to improve their skills.
Citizenship classes prepare students for U.S. citizenship. Additionally, the staff at AVAE can help guide you through the citizenship process while you are completing your classes.
The Antelope Valley Adult Education partners with Desert Haven Enterprises, a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to developing, enhancing and promoting the capabilities of persons with developmental disabilities.
This course is for the beginning/intermediate/advanced welder who would like some basic to advanced welding skills, but needs some guidance or certification from an instructor from our classroom lab while working on personal projects. These courses are designed for both the beginning welder to the experienced welder looking to upgrade his or her skills. The courses are self-directed welding experiences. You will learn the welding process you need without spending time on skills you will not use. You will begin welding the first night of class once a safety test has been passed. Your 6 week course is almost entirely hands-on. Students will learn and apply basic and advanced welding techniques as they decide the importance of projects and needs for welding. As your instructor I can provide ideas, or you can bring your own original concepts and get help turning your vision into art or great work skills for job placement or advancement.
Class is Postponed until further notice. The Cost is $25. Thursday 5pm - 8 PM. @ the Rosamond Campus. Questions call Mark: (661) 256-5020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.