Are you an adult looking for assistance getting behind the wheel? We are proud to be the leading driving school in Orange County for adult drivers. Take a look at what our clients have to say about their experience with Wheely Good Driving School:.
SCE offers non-credit certificate programs in 10 areas to help adults improve their basic academic and English language skills, and train for the workplace. These include:. SCE's high school program allows adults to earn their high school diploma or prepare for the GED by taking high-school level courses and earning credits.
Our staff are here to support you every step of your educational journey. Are you interested in receiving help to navigate college? Are you interested in taking a tour of campus?
Independent Living Skills. Adult 18 and over. T he Independent Living Skills Program serves adults and older adults in Orange County living with serious and persistent mental illness or co-occurring substance use disorders.
Examine and research strategies and approaches to develop Orange County as a community that facilitates successful aging. Nonprofit housing developers and universities will work together to identify the disparity between older adult housing needs in Orange County and housing availability. Conduct a data review to identify top transportation needs and explore innovative options.
We are parents, adults, teens, kids, professionals, and educators who have or deal with someone with ADHD. We are volunteers who serve people throughout Orange County, California on behalf of our national organization. Each group offers programming or information specific to their geographic area.
We offer a wide range of quality and convenient adult learning opportunities that are essential to helping our volunteers gain the skills and knowledge to deliver the life-changing Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Our adult learning opportunities are an investment in you and the girls you serve. To learn more about training offerings and upcoming sessions, select a topic below:. Product Sales Training.
As young adults with developmental disabilities approach the time when they will no longer be eligible for services through the public school system, they begin a process much like their age-typical peers: taking stock of their interests and abilities, and making decisions about how they will live their lives as adults. The adult day program services provided through RCOC are as diverse as the people who receive them. Work-focused programs, which enable adults with developmental disabilities to earn a paycheck, are increasingly popular choices.
Over 90 community partners attended and enjoyed breakfast, learned about NOCRC's implementation strategies, and participated in break-out sessions to discuss how we can better serve the adult learners in our region by Rethinking and Redesigning Adult Education To view the full report, click on the link below. Consortia across the state recently submitted their 3-Year Update and Annual Plans along with the Implementation Budget to the state and work is beginning in earnest on the proposed strategies for adult education. Implementation of the approved strategies including hiring new consortium staff and faculty.