Skills Training for Job Seekers (HRD)


HRD (Human Resources Development) courses provide employability skills training and assistance for adults who are trying to find employment, transitioning back into the workforce, or working to redefine their professional niche in today's global market.

Classes are designed to address current needs and trends of the complex and constantly changing workforce. 

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*All HRD courses are fee-waived for qualifying individuals who are unemployed, "underemployed," or who have received notice of layoff or pending layoff.*


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Steps 2 SuccessHRD-3001BN2
This program provides opportunities for unemployed citizens receiving services through Wake County's Economic Services Program. It is a partnership of the Wake County Manager's Office, Wake County Human Resources, Wake County Human Services, and the Capital Area Workforce De...
Strategies for Career SuccessHRD-3006F2
This course is designed for unemployed or underemployed adults who want to learn new job search strategies and utilize the support of coaching to secure career-related employment, attain a successful career, identify vocational or educational training opportunities, and plan...
Technology Tools for Job Search StrategiesHRD-3005N2
Learn to use computer technology, the internet, and e-mail to search for jobs – develop and market your brand, apply for multiple positions using search assistants, and identify resources that can help you find employment. Use word processing to create forms for tracking job...
What Not to Say: Interview EssentialsHRD-3001AU2
Learn the words and phrases you should avoid in an interview – the ones that can make you sound indecisive or insincere. Find out how to eliminate “credibility robbers” from your vocabulary. Enlist the support of your instructors, fellow students, and others to remind you wh...
Work Histories, Resumes and ApplicationsHRD-3001AF21 available classes
A work history is the foundation for developing a resume and for answering questions for applications and interviews. It is important to craft a work history that is well thought out and strength based. This course provides tips and techniques for constructing work histories...
Working Effectively With OthersHRD-3006H2
This course is designed for those who want to learn how to be more effective in their personal and professional lives. Explore the natural filters through which people see the world and make decisions – and become more aware of your own filters. Interaction style, psychologi...
Working SmartHRD-4100A2
This course provides critical, work-related interpersonal skills. Each lesson focuses on a specific skill required to succeed and advance in the workplace: employer awareness, self-awareness and self-management, organization, and conflict resolution. You will become a better...
You Can Earn More than That!HRD-3006AA2
Learn how to create a clear plan for upward mobility and increased pay. Students will learn to set short- and long-term goals that lead to higher wages and career advancement. The classes prepares jobseekers to communicate effectively for career success.
Your Employment Search: Stand Out through Your Personal BrandHRD-3003AT2
Understand the message your “personal brand” conveys and how to use it to your advantage in the job search! Learn how to project a clear and consistent message of your strengths and the value you can add to an employer. This course explores why personal branding is important...
YOUR Resume is Your Roadblock!HRD-3001BQ2
Resumes are designed to get interviews and a poor resume can hinder your career. This class will help you to examine your resume for common pitfalls. You will learn how to use your resume as a tool to advance your career.
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