Degress & Classes

Degrees & Classes

Corporate & Continuing Education (CCE)
Health & Safety

Bellingham Technical College offers a variety of Health and Safety classes as part of our commitment to the community. Course offerings include first aid, CPR, EMT training, and fire extinguisher training, just to name a few. Many of these courses meet employment requirements and follow OSHA and L&I rules.

Due to recommendations from local and state officials, BTC’s Corporate and Continuing Education is delaying the start of all spring quarter classes at this time. The delayed BTC spring quarter is currently scheduled to run April 20, 2020 – June 30, 2020. In an effort to maintain social distancing and to keep our community healthy, we will be offering many of our Continuing Education classes on-line only for spring quarter. For classes that require hands-on training, the format of each course will be adjusted for the subject matter and students will be contacted by the instructor with additional details. Please see specific courses for individual start and end dates and class format details. Please email Autumn Callaway ( if you have questions.

    Advanced Hypnotherapy TechniquesHYPN 103
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    This course is the third in a 3-part series for the serious student wishing to use hypnotherapy as a career, or to supplement an existing healthcare field and practice. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to apply to become a registered Hypnotherapist with Washington State through the Department of Health.
    Future Offerings
    4/6-6/22T 6:00p-9:00pENGHOLM J$625.00
    Item Number: 4284

    Registration begins 3/1/2021

  • HIV/AIDS: For Healthcare ProfessionalHLTH 133
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    This workshop is designed for the professional needing seven hours of HIV/AIDS education for licensure or professional update. The program utilizes a multi-media approach and meets Washington State certification requirements.
    Future Offerings

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