Certificates of Completion

An Adult Education Certificate of Completion is not a State or National Certification.  The Certificate of Completion is to show a student has achieved a grade of "C" or higher and the number of hours for the course or program.  It is the responsibility of the student to obtain and complete a Certificate of Completion form and turn it into the Adult Education Office. Students will have six (6) months from the end of their course or program to request a certificate of completion.  The Adult Education Office will keep a copy of the certificate in the student file.  An additional copies of the certificate may be requested but it will not be an original.

There are two types of Certificates of Completion

Individual Course Certification of Completion: A student may request a Certificate of Completion for an individual course. 

Program Certificate of Completion:  A student may request a certificate of completion for a program area.  To be eligible  for a program certificate of completion, the student must complete ALL of the courses required.  Below are Program Certificate of Completion Requirements.

Medical Office Assistant:

 

  • Medical Terminology
  • Medical Office Assistant I
  • Medical Billing
  • Medical Office Assistant II*

*Medical Office Assistant II is only offered in the second and third trimester

CNC Machinist:  

 

  • Blueprint Reading
  • Machine Shop Fundamentals 
  • Machine Shop II & III
  • CNC I & II (With Mastercam) 
Arc Welding:

 

  • Arc Welding I
  • Arc Welding II
  • Arc Welding III
  • Arc Welding IV
  • Blueprint Reading

~Each level of welding is a full semester except for Blueprint Reading. 

Phlebotomy

Certified Nursing Assistant

For More Information about the program contact us at:

Bay-Arenac ISD Adult Education 4155 Monitor Road                           Bay City, MI 48706                         Phone: (989) 667-3275                   Toll Free: 1-800-227-6382              Fax: (989) 667-3291

2014-2015 Ongoing Registration

Begins August 18, 2014

All Adult Education Program Registrations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis until program(s) are full.