If you consider lifelong learning as important as we do, Chaffey College can provide you with a wealth of high-quality professional development, continuing education and youth programs. Our programs give you and your family opportunities to learn, grow and develop. We make our programs accessible by providing convenient instruction times and by keeping them open to everyone – even if you’re not enrolled in credit courses at Chaffey. Community education programs are different than others offered at Chaffey because they do not result in college credit, they don’t meet credit course prerequisite requirements and are not funded through tax dollars. Community education is funded through enrollment fees.
Learn more by browsing our program details below or by calling our office at (909) 652-6041.
Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
5885 Haven Avenue | Wargin Hall #181 | Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
Phone: (909) 652-6041
Interim Director: Alisha Serrano
Administrative Assistant: Gina M. Valdez
Program Offerings: At Chaffey College, the health and safety of you and your respective families, is our top priority. With that said, the following programs cannot currently be offered:
- Summer Youth Academy
- Clinical Medical Assistant Program
- 24-Hour EMT Refresher Course
We understand that the decision to put a temporary halt on our programs may impose an inconvenience on your anticipated goals. However, know that our office is already planning on how to better serve you when our campus once again re-opens. Until then stay safe and well.
Phlebotomy Technician Training Program - New Program Begins June 29, 2021
Chaffey College's Phlebotomy Technician Training Program prepares students for the California Phlebotomy Certification Exam. The program spans approximately eight weeks and includes 68 hours of in-class training and 80 hours of clinical training.
General Eligibility Requirements
Register for an online information session
Possess a high school diploma or GED at the time of registration
Be able to pass medical screening
Be able to pass background check
Be able to perform physically demanding tasks
Please do not pursue health screening, physical exams, or background checks until you attend an information session. Doing so may result in outdated or incomplete information and additional expenses to you.
$2,299 plus additional costs for materials, background check, physical exam and certification exam. This program does not result with college credit nor does it meet prerequisite requirements for college credit courses. This program is not eligible for financial aid, fee waivers, or student loans.
Free Mandatory Information Sessions
An online information session will provide you with necessary details about Chaffey College's phlebotomy technician training program and eligibility requirements. All information sessions are currently held online.
To register for an online information session, please click here.
Registration is by appointment only, and is offered on a first complete, first served basis. You must first register for an online information session, to qualify to register. During your registration appointment, please ensure you have all of the required documentation reviewed in the information session. Incomplete documentation will not be accepted for registration. In addition, please check our website often, as registration may close earlier than expected.
Do you have questions about certification and/or the State of California Department of Public Health requirements? Click the following link to earn more about California Department of Public Health requirements for phlebotomy.
Summer Youth Academy - Currently Not Offered
Your children are out of school for the summer, and that’s a perfect opportunity to get them ahead of their studies for the upcoming school year or give them other fun learning activities. Chaffey College has hosted a variety of programs for children in elementary through high school ranging from math and English instruction to video game design to robotics.
Online Summer High School Program
General Program Information
High school students wanting to recover high school credits and manage impacted schedules can take advantage of our online summer high school program, which is provided through a partnership between the Chino Valley Unified School District summer high school program and Chaffey College community education.
Summer Program Information
Students will earn high school credits for the successful completion of courses offered through Chaffey College community education’s online summer high school program. These courses do not result in college credit, nor do they meet college prerequisite requirements. This program is open to all high school students in all districts.
Courses are UC/CSU approved and meet “A-G” and NCAA requirements. These online courses are powered by: Pearson Virtual Learning & Edgenuity.
$250 per course. Refunds are not permitted. Payment is due upon registration.
Who do I call regarding registration?
Contact Chaffey college community education at (909) 652-6041
All other questions?
Contact the alternative education center at 909- 591-3682
Clinical Medical Assistant Program - Currently Not Offered
The Inland Empire has a growing need for clinical medical assistants, with jobs increasing in the region by 28 percent through 2026. If you’d like to receive training for this profession, Chaffey College can help. In less than five months, we’ll prepare you to:
- Assist physicians with procedures
- Care for patients
- Perform simple laboratory tests
- Complete injections and venipuncture
- Administer medications
Other important aspects of the program
- Includes 160 hours of classroom and online instruction and a 160-hour externship in a medical facility
- Includes CPR certification and a national certification exam
- Cost is $2,499 (full payment due upon registration)
- Textbook sold separately
- The program does not result in college credit and does not meet prerequisite requirements for college credit courses
- The program is not eligible for financial aid, fee waivers or student loans
Please attend one of our information sessions to register.
Online registration accepts debit and credit cards only. At this time check registration payments must be mailed to the Rancho Cucamonga campus, Cashiers Office.
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 24-Hr. Refresher- Currently Not Offered
Upon successful completion of this program, the participant will earn 24 hours of continuing education units required for state of California EMT re-certification and will be issued an American Heart Association CPR card. The program is intended for individuals who possess a current EMT certificate and need to re-certify. Participant must possess a current state of California EMT license or be within the 6-month grace period.
In three days, you’ll:
- Receive an introduction, CPR/AED course lecture and required skills testing.
- Learn airway management, obstetrical emergencies and medical/trauma assessments. Begin state required 10-area skills testing
- Learn about neurological, musculoskeletal and circulation emergencies. Complete state required 10-area skills testing.
- Fees: $199 – includes certificate for continuing education units for EMT license renewal and CPR/AED card
Community Education Policies
A refund may be obtained up to five working days prior to the program start date. The college does not offer refunds due to failure to attend. Refunds are subject to a $10 processing fee per person, per term. 100 percent of the collected fees will be refunded if a program is cancelled by community education. Refunds may require up to fourteen (14) business days. Chaffey College reserves the right to add or cancel programs, make adjustments in the scheduled days, hours, room assignments, fees or presenters of any program.
**High school summer school programs are non-refundable and the above referenced refund window does not apply. In the event that a program is cancelled by community education, 100 percent of the collected fees will be refunded.
Registered students will receive notification upon cancellation of a program no later than two business days prior to the start date. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that their contact information on file is accurate.