ONLINE ACCOUNT ACCESS - ​If you registered for a course online you can view your courses and profile by clicking the button on the left.
Our Medical Assisting Program, launching on October 25, is designed to get you started, and features preparation/ testing fees for multiple credentials to give you a well-rounded skillset. Our standards are aligned with national certifications and our evening/weekend schedule is made to accommodate those who may be working or going to school during the day.

As a Medical Assistant you may pursue a rewarding career in a number of settings, including: family and internal medicine clinics, hospitals, pain centers, and a variety of specialty areas. LEARN MORE

New Website Coming Soon

A newly designed, mobile-friendly version of our website will be launching soon. This new site will be streamlined, with better integration of our registration system. There will be a short transition of a day or two when the site will be down as we switch over. We will post an advanced notice on this website, and send out email notifications to those on our email list. To join our list, subscribe here. Mahalo for your understanding as we strive to improve our customer's online experience.
For those who need to get a forklift re-certification we are offering a one-day class on Saturdays starting in September. This weekend schedule adds flexibility for those who are tied up with work and other commitments during the week. Click the button below to view schedule.
With support from a generous grant from Assisted Living Options Hawaii (ALOH), the Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society (HPGS) is offering an Eldercare Worker Training Award for $500 (while funds last). Our Nurse Aide Training Program qualifies for this award. Please click the button below to apply, or email Jan Thurman for further assistance.
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Leeward Community College is now accepting students in its newest academic program, Integrated Industrial Technology (IIT), with classes beginning in January. The program offers a two-year associate in science degree and related certificates and will prepare students for a wide range of careers such as manufacturing and electromechanical systems technicians in industrial automation.​