- Workforce Development Apprenticeship
- Professional Development
- Succession Planning
California State University, Sacramento and Los Angeles are two of the 23 campuses under the management, administration and control of the California State University System, Board of Trustees. The College of Continuing Education (CCE) is one of eight colleges on the Sacramento State campus and The College of Professional and Global Education (PaGE) is one of the eight colleges on the campus of Cal State LA.
Both CCE and PaGE have been offering courses, seminars, institutes, workshops, webinars and conferences in local, regional and statewide settings for decades. Through daily observations with leaders in public and private sector organizations, CCE and PaGE program development staff identify the diverse educational needs of the statewide workforce and design programs that meet those needs. Programs with a career development emphasis enable individuals to acquire knowledge, training and skills that can be used in a work setting. Courses are offered in a variety of locations including on both campuses, at client sites around the state, and online.
CCE and PaGE are well known for their ability to deliver a wide variety of courses, statewide conferences and certificate programs. A certificate program is a cluster of courses that provide training and knowledge in a specified field. These programs offer practical skills and current information for job improvement and skill advancement. Each program or individual course has been reviewed and approved by university faculty and administration. Students can request Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a recognized unit of measurement for non-credit post- secondary level of study established by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET). One CEU is earned for every 10 contact hours of participation or portion thereof.