Adult Education

Adult Education


DCMO BOCES Adult and Continuing Education programs provide Career and Technical Education training that supports workforce preparation suitable for Adult Learners. 

We offer 13 full-time courses ranging from Health Occupations to Welding! Contact us at 607-335-1210 for more information.

Don't have your high school diploma? 
We have programs that can help with that too! A variety of options are available.  
Call 607-335-1210

The premier services we provide connect our students to good careers right here in our community with first class employers. 

Please browse the many programs we offer and let us help you find a pathway to your next job.

Security Guard Training

Next class is scheduled for 
Saturday, May 5th, at the Harrold Campus BOCES, in Sidney Center. 
Topics Include  
Role of a Security Guard, Powers and Limitations, Emergency Situations, Communications, Public Relations, and more. 
Gary Ramsey
Security and Law Enforcement Instructor at DCMO BOCES RWH Campus. 
Call 607-335-1210 to register.  

Career Training

Career Training Courses
Health Occupations Training Options 


Office of Adult and
Continuing Education

2018 Leisure Learning Programs Now Accepting Students

DCMO BOCES announced today the expansion of the 2018 Leisure Learning program introducing seven new instructors, 20 courses, and an additional classroom venue at the Sidney Memorial Library, in downtown Sidney, NY.

Mary Carson, Coordinator of Adult Education commented, “We are pleased to be working with a talented team of instructors who bring to the table a diverse pool of experience and knowledge.”  Carson added, “In addition to the many fun learning courses such as Crazy Calligraphy, Bookbinding, Mime/Improvisation, and Juggling, courses such as Google Complete and Microsoft Office Level 1 provide opportunities for professional development and resume building.”

For those interested in one on one instruction, BOCES has added a customized technology course as well. DCMO BOCES has expanded choices to benefit adults in the community.  The program fills a need for individuals who are unable to travel to access Leisure Learning.  “From Automotive Maintenance to Social Media Marketing, we are sure to have something to keep you busy,” said Carson.  

The new electronic course catalog is now available on our website. For more information call the Adult & Continuing Education team at 607-335-1210.

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