Employability Skills Training/Human Resources Development
Human Resources Development (HRD) skills assessment services, employability skills training and career development activities for adults who are unemployed or underemployed.
*Registration fees for the following classes Employability Skills classes will be fee-waived for individuals who meet one of the following criteria:
- Working and earn wages at or below 200% of the federal poverty level guidelines
- Working and eligible for Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEIT)
- Received notice of pending layoff
Please note: If you are interested in any Employability Skills class contact Danielle Hussey at (919) 209-2042 for more information and to have your name added to a sign-up list
Digital Literacy Certificate – 33 Hours
This course sets the foundation for other computer courses. This content introduces the student to the fundamentals of computing, explores the basic computer operating system, utilizes search engines, provides an understanding of security and privacy as well as an introduction to MS Office Applications.
|Date:||March 27 - April 26|
|Days:||Tuesday & Thursday|
|Time:||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Location:||JCC Main Campus, Elsee Bld, Room A 164|
For additional Continuing Education Computer Classes, please visit the Computer Classes page.
Job Search, Resume, and Interview Open Lab Course
Learn how to use technology to enhance your job search! Need to create a resume or cover letter, work on interview techniques, job searching and application assistance or soft skills training? Practice on KeyTrain for your National Career Readiness Certificate/WorkKeys test. Enter the classroom anytime and work at your own pace to fulfill your goals and career objectives. For questions, please call (919) 209-2042.
|Time:||1:00 pm - 4:30 pm|
|Location:||JCC Main Campus, Wilson Bldg, Room C1034, Career Services Center|
Working Smart Training - 24 Hours
During the training, students and job seekers will master the skills that employers know to be crucial for job success. In this course you will learn more about: Communication Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Time Management, Accountability, and so much more! If you are interested in increasing your chance for employment and promotion, Working Smart Training is the session for you!
This Soft Skills Program is endorsed by the Capital Area Workforce Development Board. Certification will be handed out after all classes are completed.
TOP FIVE REASONS TO ATTEND THE WORKING SMART TRAINING
1. Make yourself stand out in the competitive job market.
2. Learn strategies that can help you both at work and at home.
3. Increase your earning potential.
4. Broaden your career opportunities.
5. Impress your boss with your Working Smart attitude.
Call 919-209-2042 for the 2018 Spring Class.
Direct Care Basics - 72 Hours
Direct Care Basics introduces students to the necessary skills and responsibilities of the Personal and Home Care professional. Participants will gain an understanding of what it takes to be a Direct Care Worker, and how to get and keep a job. Building on these skills, participants will also learn to include in-home management and personal care tasks using limited assistance. Module 10 is taught by an experienced RN instructor. Participants will receive 6 hours of health care provider CPR during this class.
|Date:||August - December|
|Time:||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
Direct Care Basics student testimony: "The Direct Care Basics class was indeed one of the most amazing classes I have challenged myself with. The instructors were simply fantastic! The way they presented themselves, the way they communicated with each one of us, the way they gave us a chance to ask any questions we had and the way they demonstrated every single thing to us. Every task they took us through was so great. I have learned a great deal and would truly take this class all over again!" Thank You, S. Watson
Skills for Success - 3 Hours
Get encouraged by a motivational instructor who will share with you some great tips. Why is a 30 second elevator speech so important? Learn how to communicate your transferable skills on your resume and in the interview. What are you aiming for? Come to this energetic workshop and find the one thing you might be missing in your job search.
|Date:||February 22, March 8, or March 29|
|Time:||9:00 am - 12:00 noon|
|Location:||NCWorks Career Center, 8998 US Hwy 70 West, Suite 101, Clayton|
How to Get Noticed at a Job Fair - 1 Hour
Be prepared to attend the March to Work Job Fair sponsored by NCWorks Career Center (March 22nd 10 -1pm, Paul A Johnston Auditorium, Johnston Community College).
|Time:||11:30 am - 12:30 pm|
|Location:||Johnston Community College Health Building Room F105|
Keys to Success of Landing a Job - 6 Hours
This course is designed as an application-oriented course where students can implement the tools they have obtained in the “Skills for Success” class. Come network and learn the hidden job market, dynamic resume, ace the interview and how to make a GREAT first impression.
Other training opportunities are offered at the NCWorks Career Center located at 8998 US Hwy 70 Business, West, Suite 100, Clayton, NC 27520, (919) 553-0953. Additional information and classes can be found at NC Works Online. Those interested in attending NC Works Career Center classes will need to set up a profile and register with the NC Works Career Center. Should you have questions, please contact the NC Works Career Center at (919) 553-0953.
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Students must complete the JCC Combined Continuing Educations and Fee – Waiver registration form (PDF) prior to the class start date.
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