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Working with compassion, integrity, and in a spirit of excellence, EDvance provides lifelong opportunities for professional development and personal growth in our local and global community.
Programs & Courses

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Apprenticeship

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International Education

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HINET / SNAP

Students can save over $4,700 a year

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Custom Training

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EDvance at Hawai'i Community College 

EDvance formerly known as the Office of Continuing Education & Training provides lifelong learning opportunities to all ages by offering courses and programs that include non-credit courses,workshops, and customized training for businesses and industries, workforce training and other activities to enhance local economic development efforts. We offer programs designed to inspire and promote engagement both on campus and in our communities, which supports local workforce needs. We work with employers who seek help adapting to change. We also take requests from their employees, students and parents, the un-employed, self-employed, retirees, and the workforce in general.

We strive to address your challenges by developing classes or programs that are designed to meet the needs of your business, education pathway,change in workforce or employment goals. We offer customized options for any group of six or more. Thanks to our network of experts and instructors, we can build a non-credit class to fit your needs. We also meet your geographic needs, including bringing the class to your workplace. Keiki, ages 5 to 18, can choose from a variety of hands-on courses or academic enrichment programs during spring and summer break.

Motorcycle Training

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF Basic RiderCourse (BRC) Hawaii edition is approved for use by the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) for Motorcycle Rider Education. Upon successful completion of the course, qualified students who hold a State of Hawaii Class 2 Permit will be ...


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Security Guard Training

Prior to employment as a guard, it is a state mandate to meet certain training requirements. These training requirements include successful completion of an initial eight hour classroom instruction preceding the first day of employment and four hours of classroom training annually. In acco...


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Journeyworker Electrician (EJ)

The Electrical Technology Program – Journeyworker Electrician provides participants with the academic coursework required by Hawaii Revised Statute HRS 448E for journey worker electrical apprentices. Participants gain foundational skills in applied math and electrical safety as well as th...


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The Basics of ARC Welding

Introduction to the basics of ARC Welding with daily class lectures on welding safety, principle and techniques with daily hands-on live labs where student will be able to apply what they have learned in the classroom.


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Is it too Early for Summer?
  1. Summer Youth Academy
  2. Carpentry
  3. Summer Youth Engineering
SUMMER 2018

at Hawaii Community College

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