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Lifestyle learning is a commitment to growth. It is measuring satisfaction based on getting better, not necessarily being the best. With a growth mindset, progress, not perfection, is the standard.


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A New Year’s Resolution to Give
January is National Blood Donor Month and Casa Loma College students and employees are set for Thursday, January 17th to give!

Blood donations typically drop off during and immediately after the winter holidays, which makes National Blood Donor Month in January a critical time for the American Red Cross. The Red Cross needs to collect more than 13,000 donations every day to keep the blood supply ready and available to meet the needs of about 2,600 hospitals, clinics and cancer centers across the country....
Welcome Anthony Medrano
A big Casa Loma College welcome to Mr. Anthony Medrano. Anthony is a December 2014 graduate of our MRI program. With both ARMRIT, ARRT (MR) certifications under his belt, Anthony has been working 3 ½ years as an MRI Technologist at MDI in Thousand Oaks.  He recently came aboard as one of  two MRI Clinical Coordinators. He will be assisting  our MRI students in externship to ensure a meaningful experience.

A little about Anthony … Red is his favorite color;  he has four siblings; and the love of his life...
Welcome to Kaleena
A Warm Welcome to Kaleena

On behalf of the College’s faculty , staff and students, we are delighted to welcome Kaleena Findley as the College’s newest Registrar.

Kaleena Findley is a Native New Yorker who relocated to the Greater Los Angeles area in September 2018. She has 14 years Registrar experience in various higher education institutions including working abroad in China. She enjoys working in higher education because she wants to help future generations with their academic, career and personal...

Lifestyle, Community, and Professional Education

The Lifestyle, Community, and Professional Education Department serves a broad population of learners committed to Lifelong Learning. Some are developing skills to take their career to the next level, others are training for a new career, and still others simply want to learn something new for their own personal growth and development.

Our individual courses cover a wide variety of topics valuable for both personal and professional growth and development. Current highlighted courses include:

  • The Psychology of Food/Eating
  • Nutrition and Mental Health
  • Inter-professional Team Leadership for Allied Health Professionals
  • Workplace Violence Prevention
  • From Grit to Grace: Cultivating Resilience and Coping with Stress
  • Medicinal and Culinary Herbalism and Plant Medicine
  • Your Personal Myths: The Stories You Live By

We also offer non-credit, CEU approved certification programs in subjects such as:

  • Workplace and Healthcare Violence Prevention
  • Inter-professional Team Leadership for Allied Health Professionals
  • Urban Critical Incident Response
  • Integrative Nutrition and Health Science

We’re adding new courses and certificate options all the time so be sure to sign up for updates and latest news.

Course Delivery
Our CEU approved courses are delivered online to accommodate our learner’s varied schedules and typically run for eight (8) weeks or less. Exact schedules are identified in the individual course descriptions. Most courses are instructor led, however, there are a few Independent Study options. The course description explains what the course is about to help you choose which courses are for you that will change your life!

Instructor-led courses can include synchronous and/or asynchronous activity; discussion forums, webinars, and live chats occurring within particular time-frames, which are identified in individual course descriptions.

Independent Study courses are learner paced and have ongoing registration.

Courses are accessed through Moodle, Casa Loma College’s e-campus. Upon registration, Learners will be provided a profile and account/course access.

Casa Loma College awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to those who complete designated courses, workshops and seminars. The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a uniform measurement of individual participation in non-credit programs. One Continuing Education Unit represents 10 contact hours (ex. for a designated course 30 contact hours = 3 CEUs). Records kept for those students who accumulate CEUs will be available upon written request from the Registrar’s Office.

CEU’s are offered in accordance with approval from identified professional organizations.

Learners can register and/or apply for course offerings a variety of ways. Course placement is not secured until payment has been received.

Some courses allow registration using our online Registration and Payment Portal. If this option is available it can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Please allow 48 hours for payment to be processed and course placement to be confirmed.

Note: You can register online until midnight the day (1 day) before a course begins. If you are registering on the day the course is scheduled to begin, please register by phone, fax, or in-person.

Online registration is not available for students using purchase orders, tuition waivers or learning certificates.

By Phone
To register by phone using your AMEX, Discover, VISA or MasterCard, call (818) 785-2726. Please be prepared to give all information required on the registration form.

By Fax
Complete the registration form and fax to (818) 785-2191. Be sure to include a cover page with ATTN: Lifelong Learning Department, identifying course information, followed by the registration form and payment information.

By Mail
To register by mail, complete the registration form and return it with the course payment in check or money order payable to CASA LOMA COLLEGE. You may also register by mail using your AMEX, Discover, VISA or MasterCard by simply completing the appropriate section of the registration form.

Registration and Payment should be mailed to:

Casa Loma College
Attn: Lifelong Learning Department
6725 Kester Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91405

In Person
You may also register in person at the campus:

Casa Loma College
6725 Kester Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91405

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
(excluding college holidays)

The information listed below pertains to all Lifestyle, Community, and Professional Education courses, unless otherwise noted.

Please note that the request to withdraw from a class and receive a refund must be submitted in writing.

  • Requests can be sent via email to or faxed to (818) 785-2191.
  • Requests can also be mailed to:
    Casa Loma College
    Attn: Lifelong Learning Department
    6725 Kester Avenue
    Van Nuys, CA 91405

*Please note – you cannot withdraw from a class online. Even if you have registered online, you must submit your request to withdraw in writing.

Upon occasion, instructor-led courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment. Every effort will be made to notify students of cancellations and refunds will be made.

All refunds will be in the form of a check. Refunds typically take 14 – 21 days to be processed.

NOTE: If the course fee includes a materials fee, the materials fee will not be refunded if the refund request is submitted less than five business days prior to the first class.

Courses eight weeks or less
Prior to first class: 100% refund
During first week of classes: 25% refund
After first week of classes: no refund

Employers, Clinics, and Healthcare Facilities, we can work directly with you to create customized staff development and training packages for your employees.

Our current certificate programs in Healthcare and Workplace Violence Prevention Training, Interprofessional Team Leadership for Allied Health Professionals, and Urban Critical Incident Response are examples of ready to go, fully interactive, courses and programs that meet state and federal mandates.

Courses are easily accessed online, fully interactive, and conclude with certificates of completion and where applicable CEU credits.

Courses can be chosen from either our current listing of courses or we can develop a specific course or program designed to meet your workplace needs. All courses are developed and delivered by industry experts, ensuring quality learning and development.

Casa Loma College’s Lifelong Learning Department can:

  • Work with you to create client-specific training that meets your needs
  • Find others in your industry or field to share costs for training
  • Offer quality instruction at competitive prices
  • Provide training that is flexible, accessible, and high quality.
  • Offer online and distance learning options
  • Corporate Programs and Customized Training

To discuss training specifically for your company or organization, contact Greg Malone, President at (818) 785-2726 or complete the Request for Information form.

Casa Loma College’s Lifelong Learning courses and programs do not fall under the institutional grant of accreditation and are not offered for academic credit.


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