Google is not the answer to everything. Sometimes one needs to investigate specific websites rather than trust in google. As someone else here suggested, in this case it would be a good idea to investigate particular school websites. perhaps community colleges in your area. look at their website and try to find the information there (likely in a catalogue ) However, if you fail to find the information in this manner, it is also feasable to give each university a phone call. If you don't get the right person on the line the first time, ask them to give you the number at which you can get the information you are looking for.
It's important to use a few different methods when searching for this kind of information, but ultimately, having an expert to talk to is King. Of course, not everyone you reach on a phone call is an expert. Many of them will have no idea what you are talking about. Just continue to ask for a better number from the person on the phone, and eventually you should find the person who will be able to give you all the answers you are looking for.
A final note: not all colleges have all their information on the internet, especially if they are small colleges. So for serious phone might be the way to go. And, like Omega-Werewolf said, You CAN call them.
(because phone calls may be expensive, ) Alternately, look up a school you are interested in and find an email address (perhaps a helpdesk email address or something similar) then send your question to that email address.
here is the helpdesk message utility for washington state community college: [link]
I think your problem here was in trying to find a class before finding the right school or you are expecting to find the perfect result from a search. You have to dig through results to find what you need. All you need to do is find schools that teach the type of courses you want and then browse their catalogs on their sites. The above links should help you do that. If all you find is the name of a school that has the program you want but no links, then go back and google the name of the school to find their website and then browse that.
Why didn't you just go to the Washington-whatever website and look there? Or even better, CALL THEM! Cell phones are these wonderful devices that allow you to communicate with people long distances from you.
Also you Googled it wrong. You need to Google big bootied donk busters.
Even the most difficult of subjects can be found with the right words. Keywords are a MAJOR part of Engine search. True the downside to this is that many times one keyword will be used hundreds of times, but still every little bit narrows down, right?
From your post I see that you have gone about your search entirely wrong. You have neglected to state what type of class you wish to take. Vocational is a broad term. When you search again, try using sentences and questions that include the state, city, specific class, and any other information you think is important. For example: Are there any *woodshop* courses near Seattle, WA?
It's all about which words you use and how you use them. The internet has become so vast that everything needs to be as specific as possible, whether it be jobs, classes, games, or even porn (yea, it's sad that something like porn has to be specific in an attempt to search isn't it?).
So try that and see what happens. Hope that helps. I'd be happy to help you more if your efforts still come up vain. Just note me if you need help or advice.
Google will adjust the results you get based on what you have clicked on in the past, so if you've never looked for this sort of thing it might not show up. Maybe try another search engine, such as DuckDuckGo (doesn't track you and modify results)?