Evening College

Complete your certificate or degree on your time.

Looking to get a certificate or degree, but can’t attend classes during the day?
You now have more choices with ICC Evening College – a variety of programs you can complete at the same campus, on the same day, at the same time — all in the evening. Each is designed to provide you with a timeline of coursework to complete your degree or certificate by attending evening classes one or two evenings a week. Some programs even offer hybrid classes, allowing you to attend class in-person once a week and complete the rest of your coursework online. More options for how and when to attend classes means you can complete your degree or certificate in a way that’s best for you.

Offered at East Peoria Campus

Accounting Bookkeeper

Accounting Bookkeeper

Certificate|32 Credit Hours

The Accounting Bookkeeper Certificate prepares students for possible employment as a bookkeeper, payroll clerk, or similar positions in other areas of accounting, such as manufacturers, service industries, accounting firms, financial institutions, insurance companies, and not-for-profit and governmental organizations.

Your 1st-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 2nd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Business

Business

Associate in Applied Science Degree|61 Credit Hours

The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Business degree is to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge in fundamental business concepts including accounting, business math, management, customer service, finance, and marketing to gain entry-level employment in a variety of business enterprises.

Your 1st-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 2nd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 3rd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Cisco Certified Networking Associate

Cisco Certified Networking Associate

Certificate|16 Credit Hours

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certificate is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in associate-level technologies that focus on core routing and switching. The certificate is career-focused and certification aligned aimed at helping students prepare for entry-level networking opportunities.

Fall Semester

Cisco Certified Networking Professional

Cisco Certified Networking Professional

Certificate|15 Credit Hours

The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certificate is designed to provide students with hands-on networking experience in enterprise-level networking that develops an advanced understanding of routing and switching technologies. Instruction includes, but is not limited to advanced knowledge of routing protocols, LAN protocols, WAN protocols, and further hands-on experience with enterprise-level network devices and their configurations. The certificate is career-focused and certification aligned aimed at helping students prepare for professional-level networking opportunities.

Fall Semester

Cisco Networking Specialist

Cisco Networking Specialist

Associate in Applied Science Degree|63 Credit Hours

ICC’s Cisco networking courses are aligned to all Cisco certifications beginning with the Entry-level CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician) and Associate-level CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certifications. Certification training for the Professional-level or Enterprise-level CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) that aims to further develop networking skills in core routing and switching are also available.

Your 1st-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 2nd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Commercial Refrigeration Technician

Commercial Refrigeration Technician

Certificate|28 Credit Hours

The Commercial Refrigeration Technician Certificate program will provide students with the knowledge and skills pertaining to the maintenance and repair of ice machines as well as both medium and low temperature walk-ins, reach-ins, and supermarket refrigeration. Previous experience in refrigeration is not required to enter the program.

Fall Semester

HVAC Residential Installer

HVAC Residential Installer

Certificate|16 Credit Hours

The Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Residential Installer certificate program will provide students with the knowledge and skills to understand and follow the manufacturer’s specifications when installing basic residential heating and air conditioning equipment as well as the skills to complete the installation. Students will learn the theory of residential heating and cooling through extensive lab experiences as well as lectures.

Fall Semester

HVAC Technician

HVAC Technician

Certificate|28 Credit Hours

The HVAC Technician certificate program will provide students with the knowledge and skills pertaining to the maintenance and repair of air conditioning systems as well as the following heating systems: natural gas, propane, electric, air source heat pumps, and geothermal heating systems.

The Residential Installer certificate is required to enter this program. Students must complete the Academic Placement Test before admission into this program.

Fall Semester

Network Administrator

Network Administrator

Associate in Applied Science Degree|65 Credit Hours

The Associate in Applied Science Network Administrator program of study prepares students for employment as network administrators, through training to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network operating systems as well as how to install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot network connectivity devices, in Windows and Unix operating systems, as well as Cisco switches and routers.

Your 1st-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 2nd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Networking

Networking

Certificate|28 Credit Hours

The mission of the Networking Certificate is to offer students a working knowledge of the principles, techniques, and skills required to set up and maintain a networking environment so that individuals following this sequence of courses are prepared for employment or enhancement of their skills as a network technician or network administrator.

Your 1st-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 2nd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Production Welder

Production Welder

Certificate|7 Credit Hours

The mission of the Production Welder certificate program is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills pertaining to gas metal arc welding processes for employment as an entry-level welder. This certificate program provides minimum coursework and laboratory practice for individuals gaining MIG (GMAW) welding skills required by local employers for entry-level production welding skills.

Fall Semester

Truck Driver Training Program

Truck Driver Training Program

Certificate|7 Credit Hours

This course is designed to prepare individuals for a career as a commercial driver and leads to a Tractor Trailer Driver Certificate. Students will develop proficiency in operating a vehicle and will study trucking regulations, reporting requirements, map reading and trip planning. Upon successful completion of coursework, students will take the Secretary of State Class A Skills Test. Daytime classes begin monthly, and evening classes begin every two months. Usually taught with forty hours of classroom lecture and 120 hours of yard work and behind-the-wheel practice.

Register by calling 309-694-8555

Fall Semester

Welding Operator

Welding Operator

Certificate|12 Credit Hours

The Welding Operator Certificate consists of twelve semester hours of instruction. Upon completion of this program, the graduate is prepared for employment as an entry-level welder.

Fall Semester

Offered at Peoria Campus

9-1-1 Telecommunicator

9-1-1 Telecommunicator

Certificate|18 Credit Hours

The mission of the 9-1-1 Telecommuncator certificate program is to prepare the graduates for employment as a 9-1-1 telecommuncator by educating them in the knowledge, skills, and behaviors as an entry level 9-1-1 telecommunicator at a police, fire, or EMS department.

Fall Semester

Business

Business

Associate in Applied Science Degree|61 Credit Hours

The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Business degree is to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge in fundamental business concepts including accounting, business math, management, customer service, finance, and marketing to gain entry-level employment in a variety of business enterprises.

Your 1st-year Fall Semester Schedule

Your 2nd-year Fall Semester Schedule

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Certificate|8 Credit Hours

The mission of the Emergency Medical Technician certificate program is to prepare graduates for licensure/certification and employment as an EMT by providing theoretical knowledge, practicing technical skills, simulation, and field practicums, and enhancing professional behaviors.

Fall Semester

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant

Certificate|32 Credit Hours

The practice of medical assisting directly influences the public’s health and well-being, and requires mastery of a complex body of knowledge and specialized skills requiring both formal education and practical experience.

Medical assistants are multi-skilled health professionals specifically educated to work in ambulatory settings performing administrative and clinical duties such as assessing patient’s vital signs and histories, preparing patients for procedures, assisting the physician with examinations and treatments, collecting and processing specimens, performing selected diagnostic tests, performing electrocardiograms, and administration of medications as directed by the physician.

Fall Semester

Medical Coder

Medical Coder

Certificate|22 Credit Hours

A patient’s record contains information about a patient’s diagnosis, treatments, and services. Coding is more than attaching numbers and letters or medical “codes” to each symptom, diagnosis, disease, operation or procedure that appears in a patient’s chart. As a medical coder, you’ll abstract information from the patient record and combine it with your knowledge of reimbursement and coding guidelines to make sure reimbursement is correct.

Fall Semester schedule

Medical Office Administrative Assistant

Medical Office Administrative Assistant

Certificate|20 Credit Hours

The medical office assistant usually works in a physician’s office, but job opportunities are available in hospitals, pharmacies, insurance companies, long-term care facilities or other healthcare organizations. As a medical office assistant, you are often the office’s “face to the public.”

Fall Semester schedule

Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Certificate|6 Credit Hours

Nursing assistants help registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) with providing patient care. As a nurse assistant, you may work in a hospital, long-term care facility, or other care agency.

Fall Semester

Paralegal

Paralegal

Certificate|37 Credit Hours

A bachelor’s degree (4 years/undergraduate) or associate degree from an accredited college or university is required for admission to the program. The mission of the Paralegal certificate is to produce competent, well-rounded individuals who are able to work under the supervision of an attorney in the many areas of the practice of law. The student will be prepared to perform such tasks as legal research, client interviews, investigations, preparation of legal documents, and other legal work as delegated by an attorney.

Fall Semester Schedule

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician

PDI|50 Credit Hours

The Professional Development Institute at Illinois Central College is a comprehensive training organization whose mission is to serve businesses and individuals by providing both open enrollment and customized, in-house or on-site, quality seminars and workshops. Through our dedicated staff, state-of-the-art technology, and community and academic resources, we seek to continuously improve our programs and services to our customers.

Register through Professional Development Institute at (309) 690-6909

Fall Semester

  • Pharmacy Technician
  • 6 – 10 pm
  • Mon

Phlebotomist

Phlebotomist

Certificate|9 Credit Hours

Phlebotomists are employed in hospital laboratories, physician clinics, and other healthcare institutions to perform the collection of blood specimens by venipuncture and micro-puncture techniques. Theory and practice in phlebotomy skills are studied in addition to ethical and legal responsibilities, effective communication skills, and safe practices. Successful completion of the program will allow the graduate to seek employment as a phlebotomist and be eligible to take an appropriate phlebotomy certification examination.

Fall Semester