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The mission of Eastfield College is to provide excellence in teaching and learning.

Eastfield College Continuing Education Staff

Eastfield College Continuing Education consists of several response units designed to maximize the delivery of educational services to our Community: A general program that provides for the workforce development and community enrichment needs of all service area residents. The Criminal Justice Center responds with training required in the field of law enforcement. The Workforce Development Center addresses the needs of business and industry. Certificate programs respond to the specific needs of workforce.

Staff

Department Developmental Programs

Roy Bond, Dean, External & Community Relations
roybond@dcccd.edu

 

Randy Stewart, Associate Instructional Dean
972-860-7689
randystewart@dcccd.edu

Criminal Justice Training Center

Johnnie Bellamy, Associate Dean, Career Technologies
972-860-7619
fax: 972-860-8393
johnniebellamy@dcccd.edu

AutoCAD
Auto & Mechanical
Contract Training
Digital Imaging
Digital Photography
Trades

Precious Betford, Department Assistant
972-391-1084
pbetford@dcccd.edu

Criminal Justice Training Center

Joel Klump, Department Assistant
972-860-7114
joelklump@dcccd.edu

Continuing Education

Megan Harris, Department Assistant
Social Media Coordinator
972-860-7017
meganharris@dcccd.edu

Continuing Education
Marketing for Eastfield College

Schneil Dunn, Program Services Coordinator
972-860-7077
schneildunn@dcccd.edu

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Computers
Medical Administrative Assistant
Medical Billing & Coding
Phlebotomy

Marica Hasenyager, Instructional Specialist
972-860-7239
hasenyager@dcccd.edu

Criminal Justice Training Center

Janet Loper, Program Coordinator
972-860-7232
jloper@dcccd.edu

CPR for Health Care Providers
Emergency Medical Training
Motorcycle Training
Truck Driving

Rosana Martinez, Program Services Coordinator
972-860-7102
rosanamartinez@dcccd.edu

Adult Basic Education (ABE)
English as a Second Language (ESL)
General Educational Development (GED)
Teacher Assistant (TA)

Center for Workforce Development

Eastfield College is helping Business and Industry build a viable workforce by designing programs that relate specifically to the needs of their organization. Courses can be delivered at the company site on their schedule. Program Directors work with a company to incorporate workforce needs into every aspect of training. Most instruction and curriculum can be customized to provide the skills and knowledge needed for new entry-level employee or upgrading skills of emcumbent workers.

OFFICE LOCATION : Building W, Room 117

 Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.