b"Adult Education preparatory classes are available at the campuses as well as college centers. College adult education academic assistants may schedule assessment testing to determine the student's potential for earning a high school equivalency credential. Testing is offered in the assessment centers on each campus. For more information about testing, contact your local Adult Education office. C. English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes These classes are non-credit classes for whom English is not the primary language. Contact the campus adult education academic assistant for class placement. D. Mobile Training Units Providing a skilled workforce for business and industry is key to regional economic development. In addition to traditional and non-traditional classroom and laboratory training environments, the Community Campus provides skills specific training with self-contained, state-of-the-art mobile units. These mobile training units can be utilized anywhere at any time to meet the needs of the community regardless of location.69"