Feb 08, 2023  
2009 - 2011 CNM Catalog June 2010, Volume 43 with Addendum Information 
    
2009 - 2011 CNM Catalog June 2010, Volume 43 with Addendum Information [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Non-Credit Options


English as a Second Language

The Adult Basic Education (ABE) ESL program offers free courses in English as a Second Language (ESL). The goal of these courses is to help adult students improve their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English. A range of leveled courses is available from Literacy level to Advanced. Other courses that the program offers are Integrated (multi-level) courses and Citizenship. Most courses meet for 15 weeks in the fall and spring and for 12 weeks in the summer term. Students usually attend classes twice a week. ESL classes are non-credit courses; students completing this program can transition to credit courses through the ESOL (credit ESL) program.

Contact Information

The School of Adult & General Education, (505) 224-4282 at Main Campus; (505) 224-5993 at Montoya Campus.

GED

The Adult Basic Education (ABE) GED Program offers free instruction to adults who do not have a high school diploma. Through this program students can improve their math, reading, and writing skills in order to prepare for the GED exam and obtain a diploma. Students at the basic literacy level can also learn to read and write. GED Integrated courses also include job/life skills and computer literacy.

Contact Information

The School of Adult & General Education, (505) 224-4282 at Main Campus; (505) 224-5993 at Montoya Campus.

Workforce Training

The CNM Workforce Training Center (WTC) offers short-term, noncredit courses, assessments, exam preparation, professional development and continuing education to upgrade skills and improve career potential. We also offer high quality, customized employee training to meet specific organizational needs. Our customized training is:

  • Convenient – Offered any time and place
  • Affordable – Quality training that won’t drain your budget
  • Relevant – Training which meets your organization’s specific needs
  • Diverse – Programs cover a wide range of business, health, and technical needs and interest
  • Applicable – Training which can be readily implemented “on the job”
  • Real World – Instructors with industry and teaching expertise

Contact Information

CNM Workforce Training Center, 5600 Eagle Rock Avenue (near I-25 and Alameda); (505) 224-5200; cnm.edu/wt.; workforce@cnm.edu

Community Education

The CNM Workforce Training Center (WTC) also offers area residents short, non-credit community education courses and workshops for those who want to further their knowledge and understanding in computers, digital cameras, digital technology, culinary arts, health and wellness and other life enrichment topics. In addition to offering a core of courses, Community Education includes a broad selection of new courses every term. Please contact us for more information and a list of upcoming classes.

Contact Information

CNM Community Education, (505) 224-5506; cnm.edu/wtc; workforce@cnm.edu