About Corporate College
Corporate College utilizes Grossmont and Cuyamaca College faculty, curriculum, and facilities, to meet the training needs of local business and professionals. Currently, Corporate College offers Disability Suppport Services Training to prepare professionals to support individuals with developmental disabilities in a variety of residential, employment, educational, and recreational settings. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about contract and individual training.
Corporate College classes are not for credit courses, and are not part of an academic degree program. The program is self-supporting and is not funded by tax dollars. Financial Aid is not available; however, discounts may be available.
Corporate College classes are open enrollment. No formal admission process is necessary. Visit our Course Registraton page to find the course you want to take and follow the registration prompts.
Disability Support Services Student Testimonies
“Taking the Positive Behavior Support class has greatly impacted my personal and professional life.
The knowledge taught by Dr. Melroy, completes the missing link of the Maslow’s hierarchy! In this class I have learned essential tools to identify the languages and behaviors that we all use to express a human need.
Learning about person centered care, challenging behavior identification tools, behavioral support and essential components of a healthy environment conducive to thrive, have removed the absurd idea that we must change people in order to support their functionality.
I received timely feedback from my instructor that allowed me to modify my support approach to my focus person.
This class changed my perspective and I went from removing behaviors to teaching empowering tools to my clients!!”
“I very much appreciated the excellent quality of the class and content delivery by the instructor”
“Doctor Janice is wonderful! Very understanding and detailed with her instructions”
“It makes it a lot easier to do this course virtually because sometimes it’s hard to drive to a location and stay there for hours”