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Current Classes

Current Classes

Great Oaks short-term classes are offered both in a classroom setting as well as on-line. (Great Oaks Career Campuses has recently partnered with ed2go for a variety of on-line courses.)

Short-term classes are offered in the following categories; click on the category for more details, or on the link at the bottom of page for list of all classes.

Business and Computers

  • Business Skills
  • Computer Applications
  • Information Technology & Programming
  • Testing and Assessment

Health and Medical

  • Health Care Provider
  • Medical - Clinical
  • Medical - Office

Personal Enrichment

  • Animal Interests
  • Art and Photography
  • Culinary Arts
  • Flowers & Plants
  • Healthy Living
  • Language
  • Music
  • Special Interest
  • Teen & Youth Programs
  • Writing & Publishing

Public Safety Services

  • CPR
  • EMT
  • Fire Fighter
  • Fire Investigation
  • Fire Officer
  • Firearms Certification
  • Hazmat
  • Occupational Safety

Technical and Industrial

  • Building Construction & Maintenance
  • Manufacturing

Click here to register and view current class listings. For on-line classes, visit

Great Oaks accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. 

All programs and services are offered by Great Oaks Career Campuses without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, creed, gender, age or disability.

We welcome input from the community of students.  Contact us here.


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