Register Now for Spring Term; Classes Begin Week of 4/9

March 9, 2018 5:56 AM

Register NOW for the 2018 Spring Term; Classes Begin Week of 4/9/18

Spring is the season of renewal. Renew your commitment to learning this spring by enrolling in one or two classes at NOCE! The 2018 Spring Term begins the week of April 9, 2018, so register today! Check out the schedule of classes online at www.noce.edu/schedule. (Classes begin at various start times throughout the term, so check individual class listings for start and end dates).

Following is additional information regarding the 2018 Spring Term:

Online Orientation and Assessment Required for High School Diploma Program (HSDP) and Career Technical Education (CTE) Programs

  • Online Orientation is required for students entering the HSDP or CTE Programs
  • The following Career Technical Education classes require completion of an assessment before registering for the following classes.
    - Administrative Assistant: BUSN/320, BUSN/340
    - Early Childhood Education: ECE/136, ECE/140
    - Electrical Trainee:ELECT/140 Only
    - Funeral Services: FSRV/100
    - Management: BMGR 412, BMGR/430
    - Medical Assistant: MEDO/260
    - Pharmacy Technician: MEOC/130
    - Quality Assurance: BMGR/645, BMGR/648
    All assessments are located at the Anaheim Campus: 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim CA

Completion of this sign-up form is MANDATORY in order to attend the assessment: https://tinyurl.com/ctesummer18

The 2018 Spring Term class schedule details the steps needed to apply for an NOCE Banner ID, to complete the required orientation and assessment, and to register online: page 11 for HSDP and page 16 for CTE.


Try Something NEW this Spring!

  • High School Diploma (page 11)
  • Administrative Assistant Certificate (page 19)
  • MS Excel - Power-User Skills (page 22)
  • Electrical Trainee Certificate (page 24)
  • Funeral Service Assistant Certificate (page 25)
  • Management Certificate (page 26)
  • Safe Shopping and Safe Money Management for Students with Disabilities (page 33)
  • Educational Support and Employment Prep Lab for Students with Disabilities (page 32)
  • Social Skills for Students with Disabilities (page 34)
  • English as a Second Language Program: Reading and Writing for Academic Success (page 37)
  • Citizenship Preparation (page 37)
  • Mature Driver (page 39)
  • Creative Writing for Seniors (page 39)
  • Staying Mentally Sharp for Older Adults (page 43)
  • Beginning Drama for Older Adults (page 43)
  • Joyful Parenting - Creative Art/Music (page 46)
  • Bartending Workshops (page 49)
  • Notary Public Seminar (page 50)
  • Project Management Certificate Program (page 50)
  • Watercolor Painting (page 51)
  • Sewing Techniques for Beginners (page 52)
  • Guitar for Adults (page 53)
  • Photography (page 53)
  • Spanish Conversation I (page 54)
  • East Coast Swing Dance - Adults (page 55)
  • Yoga for Relaxation (page 55)
  • Kids' College: Pencils and Paintbrushes (page 56)
  • Kids' College: Microsoft Word for Kids (page 56)
  • Kids' College: Kids Fun Cooking (page 57)
  • Kids' College: Tiny Tots Tumbling (page 58)
  • Kids' College: Math Common Core (various grades) (page 59)
  • Kids' College: Musical Theater (page 60)
  • Kids' College: Public Speaking for Children (page 61)
  • Kids' College: Memory Power for Kids (page 62)
  • Kids' College: Water Polo for KIds-Beginning (page 63)


Every day counts at NOCE! Attending every class meeting is important for ALL NOCE students. Your attendance is directly related to how NOCE receives state funding to offer your classes. Your consistent attendance also helps you achieve your goals. See you in class!

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