Whoever you are and wherever you are in your career/life, learning will always be a step that leads to growth. Whether you’ve come to Carteret Community College for pleasure, or need training to get where you want to be professionally, we have something for you.
Job opportunities exist for those with the right skills and credentials. With that in mind, professionals need programs that prepare them for the careers that are in demand now, and help propel them into tomorrow’s jobs. Carteret offers just that, along with the faculty, technology, affordability, friendly environment, and individual attention you’re seeking.
Carteret is the perfect place to learn new skills, have fun, or explore your interests. We are constantly developing exciting new courses to inspire you, and keep you growing.
The following departments are devoted to keeping up with trends, and responding to training needs of individuals who come from many different fields.
The Basic Skills department consists of four program areas including Adult Basic Education (ABE), Adult High School (AHS), English as a Second Language (ESL), and High School Equivalency (HSE). There are unique requirements for minor students (16 or 17 years old). An orientation is required prior to enrollment in any of the Basic Skills programs. Please call the Basic Skills office at (252) 222-6195 for additional information.
All North Carolina High School Equivalency (HSE) records (GED, HiSET and TASC) transcripts will be handled by Diploma Sender.
For more information about these programs, contact the Corporate and Community Education office at (252) 222-6200.
American Heart Association
Massage & Related Bodywork Therapy
Medical Coding Professional
Nurse Aide I
Nurse Aide II
Physical Therapy Technician
Carteret Community College offers continuing education courses over the internet. Enroll and study in the privacy of your own home.
Through the Public Safety, Fire and EMS programs, we deliver training in the areas of Emergency Medical Services, Fire and Rescue Services, and Law Enforcement. Students are able to obtain certifications that lead to initial employment or advancement.