Community Education provides "fun" classes which include special, personal, professional, hobby, and recreational interests, and some credit classes. Courses are offered through the community and we are rapidly expanding our course offerings in many locations throughout Klamath County.
Klamath Community College is always looking at expanding their current offerings to meet the needs and interest of the local and surrounding communities. If you have education interests or are interested in teaching a class, please contact the community education coordinator.
Klamath Community College partners with local businesses and industries to provide specific workforce training that can help organizations stay competitive. Customized training programs are available to individual employers for current and new employees. On-campus or on-site training may be arranged at times convenient for organizations and their employees.These training courses include, but not limited to computer skills, management/leadership skills, Spanish, CDL,forklift and safety. We pride ourselves in developing courses to fit your organization. Give the Community & Contract Education Coordinator a call at 541-880-2253 for more information.
On a recurring basis, we offer certifications for flagging (traffic), welding, EMT, health care provider CPR, and wildland fire courses.
Klamath Community College would like to welcome new Phlebotomy instructors Emily Galindo & Sarah Yoldi.
Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood from patients and taking the blood specimens to the laboratory to prepare for testing
KCC Now offers Non-Credit Phlebotomy – Class starts March 1st. 2016
Cost $1495.00 includes books and certification testing fees. Student is responsible for criminal background check and drug screen.
This course will be 10 weeks long with 8 hours of classroom instruction per week as well as a 40 hour externship with Sky Lakes Medical Center to practice phlebotomy on real patients. Participation and attendance are mandatory to be placed in an externship and to take the national certification exam. At the end of the course, students will be eligible to take the AMT (American Medical Technologist) Phlebotomy certification exam to become a certified phlebotomist
Class space is limited, so apply today !!!! Application must be returned to building 3 at the Front Desk.
Klamath Community College also provides and selection of online learning through ed2go.