Career Technical Education
Complete programs in two semesters
Clovis Community College offers a wide variety of career and technical training to help students meet their educational and career goals.
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at Clovis Community College prepare students for employment and help them to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to succeed in a competitive job market. Clovis Community College offers:
- Vocational programs
- Academic Counseling Services
- Career placement services
- Training programs
- Career planning
Career Technical Education programs at Clovis Community College
Training for careers in accounting, general business, marketing, retail, hospitality, or management.
Training for careers in child care programs, home day care facilities, elementary schools, adult educational programs, creative arts and media, social services, or health related fields.
Training for careers in law enforcement, such as a bailiff, correctional officer, criminal investigator, detective, police officer, or security guard.
Training for a career as a graphic designer, photographer, music composer, or visual arts animator. Learn about the impact of music and visual arts in a personal, cultural and global context.
The entrepreneurship program supports students and local businesses to help facilitate the launch of new startups and further the goals of established businesses.
Train to understand essential biological and physical processes, analyze human/environment interactions, understand different cultural perspectives on the environment, build critical and analytical thinking skills. Career options include environmental consultant, environmental officer, and recycling manager.
Provides the necessary skills for current industry employees to perform the food safety tasks that are required under the FDA FSMA regulations.
Health Care Administrator
The Associate in Science Degree in Health Care Administration program prepares students for employment as a leaders of business operations of health care facilities. Students receive instruction on the fundamentals of business and the theories and practices applied to health care organizations.
Health Care Interpreter
Provides vital services to patients and practitioners in the healthcare industry in hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics.
Information Systems & Web Design
Basics of computers (hardware & software), troubleshooting, and maintenance. Overview of diagnostics, test equipment, information systems networking, and configuration.
Information Technology & Cyber Security
Troubleshoot and solve hardware, software, and network problems. Install and configure network operating systems. Prepare to take the CompTIA A+ Essential and A+ Practical Application exams.
Obtain the skills to work as a technician maintaining electrical, mechanical, computer and control systems.
Medical Office Administrator
Administrative Medical Assisting Principles and techniques to assist with administration in health care offices and clinics. This includes receptionist duties, maintaining patient records, billing, insurance, bookkeeping, appointments, and scheduling.
Rehabilitation Aides have clinical and office training to work in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing, and private practice clinics. Employment is expected to grow by 23-40% by 2024, with $15-21/hour pay
Operate and maintain wastewater treatment facilities, solve problems and safety procedures, water mathematic calculations, flow and velocity in relation to the motion of water.
For more information call Counseling at 559-325-5230.