b"throughout the district through a consistent procedure to include: short term, non-credit classes, industry specific training courses, travel to learn, workshops and seminars, and non-credit basic skills classes. To enhance and market regular programs, the delivery of non-credit programs may be provided at all department levels in the college and online. B. Adult Education (AE) Classes and Testing AE preparatory classes are available at the campuses as well as at most college centers. College adult education intake specialists 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 AE office. C. English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes These classes are non-credit classes for the individual for whom English is not the primary language. Contact the campus adult education skills managers 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. 67"