Human Resources Development (HRD)

//Human Resources Development (HRD)
Human Resources Development (HRD) 2017-10-19T21:22:47+00:00

The Human Resources Development (HRD) program provides employability skills training, skills assessments and career exploration. Essential skills that are needed for the job seeker to change over to a new career or to transition back into the workforce.

Cost: Tuition for qualifying adults who are unemployed, working part-time, or working full-time and annual income is within the federal poverty guidelines may be waived.

National Career Readiness Certification

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Employability Lab

Students gain occupational, career and technical information and soft skill training necessary to be workplace ready.

Job Search Strategies

Designed to develop an effective job search plan on where to seek information about job openings, how to use social networks, and how much time should be devoted to the job search. It will include tips on interviewing, appropriate attire to wear to an interview, and completing job applications accurately. (1.5 CEU)

Tips to Nail that Interview

The course focuses on the interview skill needed to secure a job offer. Students will learn the different phases of the interview process and the skill needed to succeed in each phase. (1.2 CEU)

Make Your Resume Work for You

This course will provide students the fundamental skills for building an effective resume’. Plus hands-on instruction for developing a resume’ in Microsoft Word. (1.5 CEU)

NC Works Online

This class will provide an overview of NCWorks Online. Students will learn how to post a resume online, find the latest job openings, and find information on local employers. Students will also learn how to set up an individual NCWorks Online account. (0.4 CEU)

Technology Awareness for the Job Seeker

Market yourself in a tough job market using today’s technology. Learn technology-based job search strategies, how to apply for employment on-line, and develop a moderate comfort level of basic computer skills. (4.0 CEU)

Digital Communication Skills Do’s & Don’ts

This course is designed to help job seekers learn why effective and professional digital and in-person communication is important in the workplace. (1.2 CEUs)

Job Hunting, Networking & Resources

This course is designed to help job seekers explore both traditional and innovative job search methods. Students will also learn how to utilize community resources to their benefit. (1.2 CEU)

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Sat 16

WAAT Dance

December 16 @ 11:00 pm - December 17 @ 2:00 am
Mon 18

Bistro Closed

December 18 - December 20
Thu 21

College Closed

December 21, 2017 - January 1, 2018
Wed 03

Curriculum – Regular Registration

January 3, 2018 - January 4, 2018