Skills Training for Job Seekers (HRD)

Enhance Your Resume, Market Yourself, Explore A New Career

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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Networking, Resources and Job HuntingHRD-3001AH21 available classes
In difficult times, job seekers sometimes need a new perspective to land a job. This course explores both traditional and innovative job search methods. Participants will understand how to create a pro-active job search plan that strategically maximizes their efforts and uti...
Pathways to Careers in Social and Human ServicesHRD-3004AV21 available classes
If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of others, social and human services is the field for you. Pathways to Careers in Social and Human Services will explore entry-level career opportunities that involve working with children and families to improve thei...
Pathways to Launching a Clinical Research CareerHRD-3004BN21 available classes
This course explores employment opportunities in clinical research that support the development of new, innovative treatments. You’ll learn about the roles of researchers, research assistants, data managers, and monitors and coordinators – and find out why this industry is e...
Resume Style and OrganizationHRD-3003AV23 available classes
Students will review and assess their strengths and weaknesses in the context of employment experiences as they learn to customize their resumes to build and convey self-confidence. This course also covers resume organization and formatting, styles, and the role information...
Smart Money ManagementHRD-3008O21 available classes
Developing money management skills, especially when facing unemployment or reduced wages, can be a daunting challenge. Our Smart Money Management course will provide financial management skills for adults in these situations, along with tips for living on less. Participants...
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...
And That's Why You Didn't Get the Job!HRD-3001BP2
Break the cycle of not getting the job you deserve by uncovering common pitfalls that occur in the various stages of the job search process. You will learn the most common mistakes on resumes and applications. The class will also cover interview errors that hinder employme...
BEST YOU Project (12 hrs)HRD-3001AY2
BEST YOU stands for Building Employment Success Together – Yielding Opportunities Unprecedented, and this class outlines strategies for career success for ex-offenders and others who face significant barriers to employment. The class offers practical information on resume wr...
Beyond the ResumeHRD-3003V2
Today's economic marketplace is undergoing rapid change. Learn the essential elements to secure a job in today’s market. Identify your natural strengths and how they relate to career success. Develop an elevator and identify your personal brand. Don’t forget the job intervi...
Career Assistance Lab (Spring/Fall)HRD-3002W2
This lab features an open-entry, open-exit format to meet the customized needs of students and agencies who may refer students, including the JobLink career centers, public libraries, and employment security commissions. You’ll become comfortable with basic computer skills f...
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